Richard Frisch will present The Basics of Microsoft SharePoint Online at the next Connecticut PC User’s Group (CTPC) meeting.
SharePoint Online (SPO) is part of Microsoft Office 365 for Business. SPO helps organize information, people and projects, whether working as an individual or in a team.
Do you remember [...]
The built-in fingerprint reader in the Home button on the iPhone 5s is a convenient security tool, when it works. But it often fails. So it becomes a frustrating tool much of the time.
Below is a method for improving its success rate.
Open the Settings app Go to General > Touch ID & Passcode
Some add-on developers have sold their add-ons to third parties who then injected adware and ad-hijacking code into the previously benign add-on and pushed out an update to unassuming and unaware Firefox users.
You can protect yourself by doing the following:
Open Add-ons from the Firefox menu Click the gear icon next to search bar [...]
Since we all know that nothing adverse ever happens to computer operating systems the following information will never be needed. Therefore, it is for informational purposes only. NOT!
This information comes from Ed Bott‘s Introducing Windows 8.1 for IT Professionals: Technical Overview, available for free from the Microsoft Press.
If you prefer the Desktop to TileWorld (AKA the Start Page), it is easy to change a single setting in Windows 8.1 to boot directly to the Desktop, skipping TileWorld.
Here is how:
Navigate to the Desktop. A quick way is to press the combined “Windows Key + D” keys. Right-click on a blank area [...]
Change the Start Page background to the same image as the Desktop wallpaper.
This makes moving between TileWorld (aka the modern full-screen apps) and the traditional Desktop less visually jarring.
To change the background
Go to the Start Page by swiping in from the right edge of the screen and then [...]
It isn’t pretty. It doesn’t run Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android mobile operating systems. There aren’t many good apps for it. The default email app is not good. The camera is not as good as an iPhone’s and the screen color and resolution is mediocre. Yet, I love this phone!
I bought the [...]
AMBER alerts are government warnings about missing or allegedly abducted children. They are annoying as you would expect of a government alert. They can be broadcast to your phone at any time of the day or night. They will pop over your phone’s screen and make a horrible siren sound. An alert [...]
Digital security is a major concern for everyone today. Malware, such as viruses, rootkits, or keyloggers, are unremittingly trying to install on our devices, compromise our security, and steal our money and confidential information. Corporate and government data breaches are constantly in the news. Even the NSA can’t keep their information from being exfiltrated!