This week’s email newsletter articles are:
- Solving Jerky Streamed Videos
Subscriber Gordon Shaw wrote for help to solve a problem with jerky streamed video:
Hi Terry. Wonder if you could help. I have a PC with AMD Athlon tm 64 processor 3800+. 2.4GHz, ASUS M2V-MX Motherboard & 2GB Ram. The video card is a NVIDIA Ge Force7600Gs with 256MB of Video Memory. I’m running XP Home 32 bit with SP3. I recently installed
- Some Quick Questions, Answers and Comments
I wrote last week about Karen’s Replicator, which is a good free (for personal, non-business use) synchronization program from Karen Kenworthy that I use for daily backups of my computers (as well as using Acronis True Image Home 2011 for periodic image backups).
Shortly thereafter, Christopher Spilker wrote to tell me […]
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This Week Online:
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:
- Neat Products at Amazon.com
These are a few of the neat things that I’ve bought recently at Amazon.com, that a friend has bought and told me about, or that someone’s asked me about […]
- Administrator Permission to Move, Copy or Delete
Windows 7’s file system protection sometimes requires "administrator permissions" in order to do things in folders that are protected. That’s what Subscriber Darrell Pringle found, so he wrote for some help solving his issue:
Hi Terry. Maybe you can help I seem to be bogged with this problem
This Week Online — Blast From The Past
Articles Newly Posted Online
The following are new individual articles this week on my Terry’s Computer Tip web site that were originally posted in my email or online newsletters.
As above, these are now direct links to the individual articles…
- Secure Your Wireless Router – Or Face the Consequences
It’s happened again — I saw an Associated Press report NY case underscores Wi-Fi privacy dangers reports on another case where an unsecured wireless router was used to download illegal images – and resulted in the innocent router owner’s home being broken into by police, the homeowner arrested, and his family’s iPhones, iPads and computer being
- Windows 7’s Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player Disappeared
I ran into friend and subscriber Sam Boggs recently at a home & landscaping show. He followed up to tell me about this recent experience. My first thought was "now, that’s weird, I haven’t heard of that problem before." Then, I realized I had experienced something very similar with Microsoft’s Virtual PC software… Sam wrote: […]
- Eudora Open Source Edition (Eudora OSE) Followup
I started using Eudora Open Source Edition as soon as I knew that it was available (A First Look at Eudora OSE). Within days, I stopped running a parallel version with my earlier Eudora version, and began using Eudora OSE as my primary email program. That was last November. Since then, I’ve continued with Eudora […]
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 Theme Framework.