This question is often asked by those starting to use a computer or going back to a computer after a long time away.
This question is really two questions. The first is what is easiest to learn to use and the second is what is easiest to use after you have learned.
Tablets are probably [...]Continue Reading →
Many of my postings are in response to support questions. A frequent question I receive is how and what to back up.
External drives were the “old new” way to keep files backed up. More recently, Carbonite online backup service has become appealing. Carbonite backs up online at [...]Continue Reading →
Often puzzled seniors ask me about Facebook while others are already deep into it.
For those deep into it, Facebook is a great way of keeping from being disconnected to others. But is Facebook really worth all the hype?
What is Facebook, really?
Facebook is simply a way to connect people together [...]Continue Reading →
Where are we going? From where we’ve been.
We are on the edge of a major change in computers not fully comprehended yet by most of us.
As I started to write this posting I realized that I was about to do it the old way.
Then I backed away from my Windows computer and [...]Continue Reading →
A 7″ tablet and/or 4G Samsung Exhibit II smartphone go everywhere with me nowadays. The smartphone connects tablet [...]Continue Reading →
By Martin Klaver
Bookmarks get you there fast.
Bookmarks are pointers to pages or websites or even programs like word processors. Bookmarks lead the way to easier computing. They can also direct documents to EMail, Facebook, Evernotes, for future reading, and newly to Kindle, iPhone, and iPad.
The idea is to get [...]Continue Reading →
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