Have you ever stayed at a hotel where they only had a wired Ethernet connection and no WiFi? Here’s a solution. There is a program called Connectify available here for $24 which will turn your laptop into a … Continue reading
I’ve just had my first experience with TeamViewer connected remotely to a Windows Tablet running Windows 8.1. Even though it was a touch tablet I could control everything using my keyboard and a mouse. This allowed me to troubleshoot a … Continue reading
There is a new tablet from Samsung called the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4. It has no stylus but it is loaded with everything else and currently costs $399 at BestBuy and Amazon.
Other tablets include the following:
Those of you involved in HDR or High Dynamic Range photography may or may not be aware of the following. The dynamic range of your photo varies with the ISO setting. By using the DXOmark web site at www.dxomark.com I … Continue reading
For those of you wanting to migrate to an SSD to speed up your PC, Paragon Software has a great solution for $19.95 here. It allows you to clone a larger disk to a smaller SSD. Be sure to … Continue reading
After you take your photos there are several activities besides cropping and correcting your photo. Here are some examples:
- Take a series of photos and create an HDR (High Dynamic Range) image
- Turn your photo into a Kaleidoscope
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Thanks to PC Magazine’s web site at pcmag.com, here’s a great article on removing some of those online accounts that you’ve been trying to escape from.
Another web site, justdeleteme.com helps with this also. This site … Continue reading
There’s a few great articles at the venerable Maximum PC’s web site concerning PC hardware. The first one is about repairing your PC and can be found here. The next two are for those of you who … Continue reading
There’s a new online backup service called Backblaze that backups unlimited data and external hard drives for $5 per month. I’d keep my eye on them for 6 months before making a commitment.
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Official support for Windows XP is ending on April 14, 2014. This means that there will be no more security updates issued by Microsoft and no more phone support (big deal).
This could make all XP systems more vulnerable to hacking. … Continue reading