By Fred Langa on June 11, 2015
Did you know that Microsoft offers over 500 automated, online solutions for common problems you might encounter with Windows software and hardware?
And that’s on top of the dozens of always-available troubleshooting tools built into Windows 7 and Windows 8.
I’m sure most Windows users are unaware of the breadth and depth of fix-it apps and troubleshooters available for free from Microsoft. As the LangaList Plus columnist, I thought I was on top of that topic. But even I had no idea that there are now over 500 solutions at our fingertips. Wow!
Full article in Windows Secrets Newsletter
The Battle For Net Neutrality
In February the FCC will propose new rules governing the use of the Internet. The battle fronts are blurred but the stakes are high: Who will control how we access this vital link to our digitized world?
Craig Aaron, President and CEO of FreePress joins us to describe what is at stake in this epic battle for free flow of information over the Internet. His organization has taken up the consumer banner with a passion in this battle against private monopoly interests bent on restricting the flow of information and the development of innovation in order to promote their own profit goals. We the people need someone looking out for us. Enter FreePress
The Auto Show is in full swing with some amazing, ground breaking things happening right on the show floor, e.g. a company is printing a car or most of its parts right there! (Local Motors) And soon learning your dashboard may be as easy as using your cell phone.(Apple Car Play)
Windows 7 is arguably Microsoft’s best operating system to date but there still can be unforeseen disasters. Fred Lange of the Windows Secrets newsletter posted a whole recipe for recovering from a Windows 7 disaster. This article is worth printing off and keeping on hand if not for yourself then for a friend whose PC has been taken over by a nasty virus. This way you also get to keep your files on the computer without having to remove and protect them all. You did that with backup already…Right?…Right? …Read More