How to make technology work for you
The Benefits of WiFi
add WiFi to existing devices
save $ on your cellular plan
Passwords & Security
migrate to a new email address
Be Smartphone Saavy
replace other technology
remote control household devices and lights
essential apps you need
In Synch With The Cloud
which Cloud services are best for your use
decide what to store there
detect unsafe links
manage large accounts
live without using webmail
edit and publish on the go
access your home computer
Optimizing Your System
make it easier to use
make it faster
install inexpensive upgrades
Migrating To A New Computer
change to a new computer without losing your data (or your mind)
what to keep, what to change
when to buy a new device
Keeping Software Up To Date
maintaining updates and upgrades
safely upgrade an operating system
when you should update
Switching From Windows to Mac (or vice-versa)
use one computer to run both Windows and Mac
Super fast SSDs are the future.
But you can get yours today.
Are you still using a hard drive? SSDs are a very fast form of computer storage that are soon likely to replace hard drives. Many computers are now offered with SSDs as "build-to-order" options. You can also greatly enhance the performance of your existing computer by installing one of these.
To Click or Not To Click?
The Dilemma of URL Spoofing
We have became accustomed to emails, which look just like web pages, and have graphics and links to web sites. These links (known as URLs) can be forged, sending you to a different website than the one represented. A fraudulent destination website waits for you to enter your account information and password, and then gain illegal access. The safest way to treat these links is NOT to click on them. (If needed, you can often go to a website manually, ensuring its legitimacy.)
Updates or Upgrades?
What's the difference?
The software on your computer is constantly changing. "System Updates" are usually downloaded and installed "behind the scenes" to fix incompatibilities, problems, and vulnerabilities. Such updates are also available for many of your purchased programs, to keep them performing well, and securely. Updates are almost always free and greatly encouraged. On the other hand, upgrades are rarely free, and advertise new features and benefits. Sometimes they introduce new incompatibilities (with existing items) and therefore should be carefully evaluated before proceeding.
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