This week’s email newsletter articles are:
- Do I Need an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)?
Do I Need an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)? I’m beginning to think that I really do…
For a lot of years, I kept UPS’s supplying power to all of my family’s computers. I was concerned over power outages and their impacts on the data structure on my hard drives.
I wasn’t concerned with power outages causing damage to the computers themselves, or even to the physical hard drives. I was concerned over the possiblility […]
- Followup and Comments on Recent Newsletters
Subscriber JPB wrote to report about what was really happening in his problem discussed in Windows Media Player and Windows 7…
Subscriber Lew Russ wrote to say…
Subscriber Koniel Day IDEI wrote to say[…]
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This Week On-Line — New Articles
With my new design of my Terry’s Computer Tips web site, I now publish articles individually rather than as an on-line issue. That also means that I can link directly to the articles, as I’ve done below:
- Switching IMAP Email Account to POP3 Email
Subscriber Mike Evans wrote recently with a question about changing from IMAP to POP3 for his email. The IMAP server was responding slowly:
Terry, I recently went to wireless internet and by doing so I got rid of Qwest as my internet provider so I had to change emails and went from q.com(POP acct.) to
This Week Online — Blast From The Past
Articles Newly Posted Online
These are new articles this week on my Terry’s Computer Tip web site that were originally part of my email newsletter.
- Windows Media Player and Windows 7
Long-time subscriber J. P. Biddle wrote with a question about Windows Media Player running on Windows 7:
I have an interesting question. I noticed in Windows 7 64 bit under active tasks windows media player. I try to kill it but you can’t or it comes right back. It’s not listed under start up. Is
I love the redesign of my Terry’s Computer Tips web site — it makes article posting and maintenance much easier than before. I’m glad I switched to WordPress and the Genesis Framework. On my Terry’s Computer Tips site, I’m using the base Genesis Framework without any of their child themes.