Terry’s Computer Tips Newsletter – September 14, 2014

This week’s email newsletter article is: [...] Advertisement Try AWeber’s Email Marketing Tool Risk-Free This Week Online — Blast From The PastA Look at Articles from Past Newsletters A Look at Webroot SecureAnywhere Longtime readers of Terry’s Computer Tips will know that I’ve been a user of a particular anti-virus, anti-malware, and firewall suite since […]

iPhone 6 – Why? A Contrarian View

The news media has been awash with reviews and comments on the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. they’re talking about all the great new things great new features included in the 6 and 6+, as well as new features of iOS8. But,why should we even consider a new iPhone at this point? If […]

Terry’s Computer Tips Newsletter – September 7, 2014

This week’s email newsletter article is: A Look at Webroot SecureAnywhere Longtime readers of Terry’s Computer Tips will know that I’ve been a user of a particular anti-virus, anti-malware, and firewall suite since the time that it was marketed as individual products. In the last few months, my frustration with a delay from a “not […]

A Look at Webroot SecureAnywhere

Longtime readers of Terry’s Computer Tips will know that I’ve been a user of a particular anti-virus, anti-malware, and firewall suite since the time that it was marketed as individual products. In the last few months, my frustration with a delay from a "not responding," problem in Windows finally convinced me to try changing the […]

Desktop Web Links Open Blank Browser Windows

New subscriber Ken Herrick wrote with a strange problem: Greetings from a new subscriber- Under Win 8.1 and with either Firefox or Duckduckgo as the default browser, and apparently due to a now-uninstalled malware, I found that all desktop-icon Web-links went not to their targets (e.g. NYT website, etc.) but rather just to a new […]

Printer Status Information

Subscriber Mander had a question this week about his printer. He wanted to get some helpful information from his printer: With a wireless printer, one can type the printer IP address into the browser and get A plethora of info about the printer; eg number of sheets printed, approx ink levels in cartridges, etc, etc. […]

Care and Feeding of a UPS

One of the great non-joys of using a computer is the impact of a power outage. Not just the issue of not being able to use the computer, but there’s the problem of the spreadsheets, word-processing documents, and even email programs you have open when the power goes out. Whether the power outage, or the […]

Terry’s Computer Tips Newsletter – August 10, 2014

This week’s email newsletter article is: Adding a Command Window and a Run Command to Windows 8 and Windows 7Subscriber Gary wrote me after a recent newsletter to ask: Terry — your article about MSconfig made me realize that I have an issue: I’ve had this 7 Acer laptop for some time, but I must […]