This week’s email newsletter article is:
- How to Create a Thunderbird Folder in Windows 8.1
I received some questions about my favorite email program Thunderbird from Janet, another new Windows 8.1 user who has been a Terry’s Computer Tips newsletter subscriber for a long time. Janet wanted to know:
Have a new windows 8.1 computer and a new Samsung 3 in one printer. Can’t get it to scan to an email. It will print from an email, and scan, and copy, but not to an email. I can print on it from my laptop Windows 7.
I use Thunderbird also, can’t get it to make folders to put recipes and my file and different things in. […]
This Week Online — Blast From The Past
A Look at Articles from Past Newsletters
We’ve all had that "Oh, No!" moment. We just deleted a file and realized that we deleted the wrong file.
It should be an easy step to get it back, right?
Windows has included a Recycle Bin for many years. When you tell Windows to delete a file, Windows changes the entries in the drive’s table of contents to flag the file as deleted — but it’s not really destroyed at that point.[…]
Jump straight to the listing (and links) for my various How To articles…
I received a question recently from a subscriber who was upgrading to a new computer. Of course, they wanted to lose as little information as they had to lose.
In this case, they wanted to how to move their Internet Explorer Favorites from their old computer to their new computer.
Fortunately, that’s a very easy task to complete. Internet Explorer stores its Favorites as Windows Shortcuts. Shortcuts are actuallyh stored in Windows as individual files […]
One of the things I’ve really missed with Windows 7 has been the Run command on the Start button’s menu.
The Run command has been available via the Start button’s menu for a lot of versions of Windows — but not for Windows 7.
Fortunately, during a series of emails back and forth […]
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