Are you wondering how to add and set up an Email Account on your Kindle Fire?
Guess what? It’s not difficult, and will only take a few minutes out of your day.
Below is a great video that will show you how to do this.
Before you begin, here is one important thing . . . → Read More: Kindle Fire Owners – Send and Receive Email
On April 8, 2014 Windows XP will no longer be supported by Microsoft.
What should you do before this deadline arrives?
I recommend that you track down an off-lease refurbished computer from an authorized reseller – with Windows 7 pre-installed.
Refurbs allow you to get excellent deals on computers – but you need . . . → Read More: XP Panic – Get An Off Lease Refurb!
Are you finally ready to make that leap from Windows XP to Windows 7? That’s great – because it’s not going to be difficult at all.
About the only thing you’ll miss from XP is “Rover” – that cute little sniffing dog that does your file searches for you.
Other than this, Windows 7 . . . → Read More: Easy Transfer Tool for Windows 7
So now it’s time to buy a new computer. Which type should you buy?
There are basically 4 types of computers:
Tower/Desktop Notebook/Laptop Netbook Tablet
1. A Tower/Desktop is a computer system housed in a relatively large metal case, and is generally for people who want to get the most value for their money. . . . → Read More: How to Buy a Computer – Part 2
In the last segment I talked about operating systems – and said you had a decision to make: Windows or Apple?
In this segment, I’m going to assume it’s a PC – a computer with a Windows operating system installed on it.
First of all, if you already have a computer and . . . → Read More: Windows XP, 7 and 8 – Oh My!
Do you want a new computer like a desktop or laptop?
Maybe you’ve seen one of those nice, shiny tablet computers and are thinking about buying one.
Yes, there are a lot of computers out there to choose from. But you don’t have to let the number of choices get the best of you.
. . . → Read More: How To Buy A New Computer – Part One
When you open a Web browser such as Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, your browser will automatically open up a default “home page” that has been pre-set to open.
This is usually Google.com, Yahoo.com or maybe Bing.com.
This is fine if any of these are the websites you want to start your day with . . . → Read More: Set or Reset Your Home Page
Every once in awhile when you turn on your computer, there is an alert on your desktop reminding you to update something called “Adobe Flash Player”.
Given the amount of malware and viruses that can lurk on computers just waiting for you to click a button to unleash a boatload of computer nastiness – . . . → Read More: Updating Flash Player is Easy
Just last week, I talked about using the free, self-hosted version of WordPress (at wordpress.org) to create an easy to manage but very professional looking and multi-functional website.
In one breath I’ve said that WordPress is free – but that you’ll need a paid web host in order to install the . . . → Read More: Why Do I Need Web Hosting?