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I don’t always use Internet Explorer but when I do, it’s usually to download a better browser

I don’t always use Internet Explorer but when I do, it’s usually to download a better browser

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How to bring back your WordPress site after it crashed due to a plugin update

After updating the next 3 plugins, I checked the site and got a white screen with an error pointing to a specific plugin. Can’t remember which one it was. Anyway, nothing worked. The site did not work and I could not get into the wp-admin console. This was not a good feeling!

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How to change your own broken laptop screen

This video shows you the basic steps that you need to take to remove and replace a cracked lcd screen. Every laptop is different but the basic principal is the same. I taught my middle school kids how to do it and now they are able to repair cracked laptop screens.

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What’s your favorite device to browse the internet?

When I want to look something up really quickly, the cell phone is my go to.  It’s all about the speed. Voice to text is set up on the phone and it’s really easy to speak what I want to search for.

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iPhone 7 video stuck in a weird loop and keeps flashing a blurry image

double tap the home button…find the photos app…swipe up

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Just upgraded from an Apple iPhone 5 to iPhone 7

It’s been a while since I posted anything on this blog so figured it would be a good time to write something because I just got the iPhone 7. My old phone was a beat up iPhone 5 that i’ve been using for the last 3 1/2 years so it definitely got it’s use. Upgrading from a 5, I am blown away with what this 7 has to offer.

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Beware of Rogue Anti-Viruses, Scareware

Rogue Anti-virus programs (also called “Scareware”) are spreading like wildfire. These programs pretend to be legitimate anti-virus programs, and lock users out their software, making the computer inoperable. They then warn that the computer is infested with viruses, and that you need to activate the program by giving them your credit card.

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Think your WIFI network is protected?

Most people assume if they have a password set on their wireless network that they are safe. This is usually not the case. There are three main types of security methods, and all can usually be cracked quite easily and quickly.

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Parting with Firefox 3.6

Firefox 3.6 is a good browser. It’s such a good browser that 20% of Mozilla clients were still using it last month, even though Mozilla recently released the 9th edition of Firefox. In fact, 82% of Firefox users were still surfing the web with Firefox 3.6 a year ago. Since that time, many users have slowly made the transition to newer versions of the browser. Some Firefox 3.6 loyalists (the 20%), however, have decided to stick with what works for them.

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Digital Nativity – A Digital Christmas Story

The Digital Story of the Nativity tells the story of the first Christmas through the eyes of social media.

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