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A. Browsers
  1. Internet Explorer
  2. Edge
  3. Google Chrome
  4. Firefox
B. Desktop
C. Download Video Files
D. Files and Folders
E. Microsoft Office
F. Printers
G. Skype for Windows


Topic Tip # Hints, Shortcuts, Tips & Tricks - Description
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Browser
Browser
Browser
Browser
Browser
Browser
Browser
Browser
Browser
Browser
1 Address field shortcut:
Use this browser shortcut instead of entering an entire website address.
Let's say you want to buy a Ford car at their web site: "http://www.ford.com"
Enter the following in your browser address field:   ford
Then hold down the CTRL key and press ENTER.

Result: "http://www." Is added to the front and ".com" is added to the end. (With "Internet Explorer" this only works for a “.com” address.)

[If you use a FireFox browser you can also use "Shift-Enter" to add ".net" to the end or "Shift+CTRL-Enter" to add ".org" to the end.]
2 Highlight your FIND Command Search Results:
To start the FIND command, click on the "Edit" menu then click on FIND or use the shortcut "CTRL-F".
To make your search results easier to locate, click on the highlight icon just to the right of the "FIND-NEXT" command button.
If you can't find what you're looking for, left-click on the Find "Options" tab button and make sure the options are set correctly.
3 In Google, use "def:" to research any definition.
When using "www.google.com", find the definition of any word or phrase by using the following shortcut:
Example: (enter the following without the quotes)
"def: byte"
The google results will point to an answer at "answer.com" as follows:
(A sequence of adjacent bits, usually eight, operated on as a unit by a computer.)
4 More Google Search Tips
www.google.com
Search engines have gotten so good that we sometimes forget that they offer fantastically useful syntax for more specific results. Here are three more useful Google search modifiers that use a colon: © PC Magazine

site:URL and search term

As in, site:www.pcmag.com "wireless router"

This modifier is even stronger if you drop the www. You can also drop the domain name entirely and search, for example, only .gov sites.

As in, site:.gov "student loans"

define:word

This brings up definitions, related phrases, and offers to translate the word.

filetype:file extension and search term.

It may be obvious, but this lets you search for files with a certain extension, such as PPT for a PowerPoint presentation on your topic.

You can also read an article at www.cnet.com on advanced search features:
Search Faster With Google's Built-in Shortcuts
5 Computer specific definitions
When researching the definition of a computer specific word or phrase, try the following web site:
http://computer.yourdictionary.com
Suggestion: Search for the word "byte".
6 Save an Image, Music or other date file from an Internet source:
You can save items you see on the Internet as a file on your PC as follows:
  1. Read this entire section before doing anything. See warnings below.
  2. Right-click over the image.
  3. If the command "Save Target As.." is grayed out then skip this section.
    1. Left-click on "Save Target As..."
    2. Check the preloaded file name in the "File name:" box and the "Save as type:" box. The file extension and the file type name must match. If you are trying to save an image, don't bother saving the image with a ".html" or ".htm" extension. This extension will not give you what you want.
      Warning - Possible Virus: Never download a file with an ".exe" file extension.
    3. Browse to the folder where you want to store your new file.
    4. Left click on "Save".
    5. Open the saved file to see if you have what you are looking for. Can you see your image? Does the music file play OK?
      1. If your file doesn't work, then try the next section.
      2. If your file is OK then your Done!
  4. If the command "Save Picture As.." is grayed out then skip this section. The file is probably © copyrighted and is not available for download.
    1. Left-click on "Save Picture As..."
    2. Check the preloaded file name in the "File name:" box and the "Save as type:" box. The file extension and the file type name must match. If you are trying to save an image, don't bother saving the image with a ".html" or ".htm" extension. This extension will not give you what you want.
      Warning - Possible Virus: Never download a file with an ".exe" file extension.
    3. Browse to the folder where you want to store your new file.
    4. Left click on "Save".
    5. Open the saved file to see if you have what you are looking for. Can you see your image?

      If your file is OK then your Done!
7
When you open Internet Explorer, is the first page the home page you want?
Use the following instructions to change your start-up Internet Explorer page:
  1. Close all running Internet Explorer sessions.
  2. Re-start Internet Explorer.
  3. Go to the Internet Explorer site you want to use as your start-up home page.
  4. At the top of Internet Explorer, left click on "Tools" in the menu bar.
  5. At the bottom of the drop down menu, left click on "Internet options".
  6. At the top of the "Internet Options" panel, make sure the "General" tab is displayed.
  7. At the top of the "General" tab (in the "Home page" section), left click on the "Use current" button.
  8. At the bottom of the "General" tab, left click on "OK".
  9. Close your Internet Explorer sessions.
  10. Re-start Internet Explorer.
  11. Check to make sure Internet Explorer displays the correct start-up home page.
  12. You're Done!
8 What do you do when Internet Explorer has been highjacked?
Use the following instructions to recover Internet Explorer operation:
  1. Close all running Internet Explorer sessions.  (If this isn't possible then proceed to step #3.)
  2. Try to re-start Internet Explorer.  (If Internet Explorer runs OK then you're done.)
  3. Save all your work and boot your PC.
  4. Shut down all applications that started after the boot.
  5. When your PC starts up and is clear of applications go to Control Panel.
    How to start your Control Panel:
    1. Left click on the Start Button.
    2. Left click on Control Panel.
  6. Left click on "Internet Options".  (Some operating systems may require a left "double click".)
  7. At the top of the "Internet Properties" panel, make sure the "General" tab is displayed.
  8. At the top of the "General" tab (in the "Home page" section), left click on the "Use default" button.
    (If the "Use default" button isn't available, some earlier versions of Windows may have a button called "Use blank".)
  9. At the bottom of the "General" tab, left click on "OK".
  10. Close your Control Panel menu.
  11. Go to the previous section block and follow the instructions for:
    "How to change your start-up Internet Explorer page".
9

Warning!
Please read this entire section on
 Java before making any changes.


United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team:

Oracle Releases Out-of-Band Patch to Address Java 7 Vulnerability
added Monday, January 14, 2013 at 3:51 pm
updated Monday, January 14, 2013 at 3:57 pm
Oracle has released an out-of-band patch to address the recently announced vulnerability in Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 7. US-CERT encourages users and administrators to review the bulletin and follow best-practice security policies to determine which updates should be applied.

CERT Releases Oracle Java 7 Security Advisory
added Monday, January 14, 2013 at 3:46 pm
The CERT Program has released Vulnerability Note VU#625617 to address a vulnerability in Oracle Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 7 and earlier that is currently being exploited in the wild. This vulnerability may allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code on vulnerable systems. US-CERT encourages users and administrators to review CERT Vulnerability Note VU#625617 and US-CERT Alert TA13-010A. Due to the number and severity of this and prior Java vulnerabilities, it is recommended that Java be disabled temporarily in web browsers as described in the "Solution" section of the US-CERT Alert and in the Oracle Technical Note "Setting the Security Level of the Java Client."


How do I remove Java from my Browser?

Use the following instructions to remove Java (this may be necessary if security problems are published):
  1. Close all running Browser sessions.  (Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome)
  2. Open all the browsers you use one at a time.

      For Internet Explorer version #9 (If you use version #8 or lower, the instructions will be close but may have different headings.):

    1. On the menu bar, left click on "Tools".
    2. Left click on "Manage add-ons".
    3. In the "Show" box, make sure "Currently loaded add-ons" is displayed.
    4. Do the following for each "Add-on Type".
      1. Highlight the "Add-on Type" (for example: Toolbars and Extensions)
      2. Search under the "Name" column for any "Java" line.
      3. Click on the "Java" line.
      4. If the "Status" column says "Enabled", disable it by left clicking on the "Disable" button at the bottom of the screen.
      5. After all "Java" lines say "Disabled", proceed to the next "Add-on Type".
      6. After all "Add-on Types" have "Java" "Disabled" left click on the "Close" button at the bottom of the screen.
      7. Close Internet Explorer.
      8. If you have another browser, proceed to process it's add-ons below, otherwise proceed to section "C" below.

      For Firefox:

    5. On the menu bar, left click on "Tools".
    6. Left click on "Add-ons".
    7. On the left side of the screen, highlight the "Plugins" line.
    8. Do the following for each "Add-on Name".
      1. Search the add-on list for any "Java" line.
      2. Click on the "Java" line.
      3. If the button on the right side of the line says "Disable" then you need to left click the button to change it to "Enable". The right side of the "Java" header description should say "(disabled)" and the line will be grayed out.
      4. After all "Java" lines say "(disabled)", proceed to the next "Add-on Name".
      5. After all "Add-on Names" have "Java" "(disabled)" then exit the tab at the top of the screen.
      6. Close Firefox.
      7. If you have another browser, proceed to process it's add-ons below.

      For Chrome:

      I don't use Chrome so I can't give you exact directions. Please consult "Help" within Chrome.

  3. At this point, all your "Java" add-ons should be disabled.


Use the following instructions to uninstall the "Java" ".exe" files from your computer:
  1. Close all applications you have running on your PC.

  2. How to start your Control Panel:
    1. Left click on the Start Button.
    2. Left click on Control Panel.
    3. Turn on "View Small Icons" to show the full list of choices".

  3. Left click on "Add or Remove Programs" or "Programs and Features" depending on which operating system you are using.  (Some operating systems may require a left "double click".)
  4. At the top of the uninstall program panel left click on the "Name" column header. This will sort the list in alphabetical order.
  5. Find any line starting with "Java" and uninstall it by right clicking over the line and following the directions.
  6. Close your Control Panel menu.
  7. Boot your PC and "Java" will be removed when you startup.


Use the following instructions to re-install "Java" files on your computer:
  1. Close all applications you have running on your PC.
  2. Start your Web Browser
  3. Go to web site: http://www.java.com/en/download/ie_manual.jsp?locale=en
  4. Read the comments on this web page.
  5. Left click on the "Installation Instructions" link about two inches below the "Red" button.
  6. You will be downloading Java Version 7 Update 11 or a newer update version if available.
  7. Left click on the "Red" button that says "Agree and Start Free Download".
  8. When a pop-up display asks you to "Run" or "Save", left click on "Run".
    During the download process, a pop-up screen will display asking you if you want to also download a trial version of McAfee virus protection software.  Make sure you remove the check mark in the selection box.
  9. Follow the installation instructions on your screen.
  10. If the system asks you to enable Java on your Browser, click "Yes" or "OK".
  11. When complete, close all web Browser screens and restart your Browser.
  12. Return to the "Installation Instructions" link mentioned above and left click on it.
    Page down the instructions page all the way to the bottom.  At the bottom of the screen just above the word "ORACLE" on the right side you will see a link that says "test applet".  Left click on "test applet" and the "Java" software will run a test of your new installation.  You should get a pop-up display saying
    "Security Warning".  Leave the check box clear so you can see warnings in the future.  Left click on "Run".  If your Java system is working correctly you should see a box displayed saying "Your Java is working".  The version number should be "Java SE 7 Update 11" or higher.
  13. Your done!
10 Computer Owners' Forum Presentation - - - October 21, 2013

Conduit Removal and Browser Home Page Reset
  1. How do you remove the infamous “http://www.conduit.com” software from your computer?
    Some residents have reported this ad software has completely taken over their computer
    while not allowing access to other web sites or home pages through Internet Explorer.
  2. How do you reset your Internet Explorer home page after it has been taken over by unwanted software or adware?
  3. How to use the Advanced Google Search web site.
11 Computer Owners' Forum Presentation - - - January 20, 2014

Internet Explorer Version #11 Compatibility View Problems

What are the symptoms of an "Incompatibility View" web site?
  1. When you try to enter your user id and password on a web site, nothing happens when you press enter of click on a logon or submit button.  The site will appear dead.
  2. You enter your name and address on a site and press the continue button; the site blinks when you press continue or submit, all your data disappears and the site appears dead.
  3. You try to display graphics for a stock in a brokerage account and nothing happens even though it worked perfectly yesterday.
12 Computer Owners' Forum Presentation - - - May 16, 2016

Explain-Check-Boxes-on-Download-and-Download-Type-Programs.pdf

Beware of download screen check boxes and the damage they can do to your PC.
This document describes the problems encountered during "Adobe Flash Player", "Java" and various other updates.
13 Computer Owners' Forum Presentation - - - April 21, 2014

Keyboard-Shortcuts-in-XP-Windows-7-and-Windows-8.1.doc

Many people are intimidated by keyboard shortcuts; they have a problem remembering the proper keyboard code and typing sequence.  This review of keyboard shortcuts I hope will make it easier to remember and use the coding sequence.
14
How-Do-I-Manage-Internet-Explorer-Browser-Add-Ons.pdf

Add-ons, also known as; Browser extensions, Browser helper objects, or Toolbars, can improve your experience on a website.  However, some add-ons can cause your computer to stop responding or display content that you don't want, such as pop-up ads.  You might want to use Add-on Manager to disable all add-ons permanently and then turn on add-ons only as you need them.
15 When you open Chrome, is the first page the home page you want?
Use the following instructions to change your start-up Chrome Home Page:
  1. Coming Soon.  Please contact Jim Harris with questions.
16
tying-Edge-to-windows-10-was-a-fatal-error

Edge dies a death of a thousand cuts as Microsoft switches to Chromium.  An unnecessary coupling between "Edge" browser and Windows 10 Operating System made compatibility too hard.

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Desktop
Desktop
Desktop
Desktop
Desktop
1 How to Install a Desktop Icon:
  1. Save your icon file with an ".ico" extension in any folder on your PC.
  2. Write the folder name down so you can find the file later.
  3. If your application is already on your desktop then skip this section.
    1. Find the application you want to run by running "Windows Explorer" or whatever "File Manager" program you use.
      If you are creating an "Internet Explorer" link on the desktop you can point to file:
      C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe (If using Vista.) (If you can't find the file check Properties inside an existing application.)
    2. Right click on the file name (.exe) to display the drop down menu.
    3. Left click or highlight on the "Send To" line.
    4. Left click on "Desktop (create shortcut)".
    5. Go to the Desktop and move the existing icon to the location of your choice.
    6. If you don't need to rename the application then skip this section.
      1. Right click on the existing icon.
      2. Left click on "Rename".
      3. Edit the icon name field.
      4. Press the "Enter" key to save your change.
  4. Right click on the existing icon.
  5. Left click on "Properties".
  6. Left click on "Change Icon".
  7. Left click on "Browse".
  8. Find your Icon file (.ico) in the list.
  9. Left click on the file name to highlight the file.
  10. The file is automatically entered in the field below.
  11. Left click on "Open".
  12. Left click on "OK" on first menu.
  13. Left click on "OK" on second menu.
  14. Double left click on your new icon to check the application will run.
  15. Your done!
2 How to save an Internet Explorer Web Page to the Desktop:
You can save an Internet Explorer web page to the Favorites Folder or directly to the Desktop.
Save to the Desktop as follows:
  1. Display your web page.
  2. Right click the mouse over a blank area on the web page.
  3. Left click on "Create Shortcut"
  4. Click "Yes" to put a shortcut on the Desktop.
  5. Go to the Desktop.
  6. Move and Rename the icon if needed.
  7. Your done!
3 Make a Screen Print and Save to a File:
How-to-make-a-screen-print-and-save-to-a-file.doc
4 Read this to fix the Print Screen Key:
Read-this-to-fix-the-Print-Screen-Key.doc
5 How to Find Your Temp Files:
Have you ever saved a file but couldn't find it? Did a pop-up screen tell you a file was saved in temporary storage? Feeling lost?

Try the following to find your temp files:

For Windows XP:
  1. Left click on the "Start" button.
  2. Left click on the "Run" command.
  3. In the text box type "%temp%" without the double quotes.
  4. Press "Enter".
  5. Windows Explorer will display the temp folder and files.
  6. Your done!
For Vista and Windows 7:
  1. Left click on the "Start" button.
  2. In the search box type "%temp%" without the double quotes.
  3. Press "Enter".
  4. Windows Explorer will display the temp folder and files.
  5. Your done!
6 How to Instantly Jump From One Application to Another:
Have you ever had an application crash or lock up? Don't know what to do next?

Try the following jump command:

For all operating systems (Windows XP, Vista and W7):
  1. Hold down the "ALT" key (on the left side of the space bar) with your left thumb and press the "TAB" key on the left side of your keyboard.
  2. Keep your thumb on the "ALT" key and notice how the display rotates through all the running applications each time you press the "TAB" key. The application is highlighted and the name is displayed at the top of the pop-up display (on the bottom for XP).
  3. When the application is displayed for the item you want to jump to just let go of the "ALT" key and the computer will jump to that application.
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Download Video Files
1 How to "Download Video Files":

Check out these three ways to download video from Web sites like YouTube and Vimeo.
  1. KeepVid:
    This is likely the fastest way to grab just about any video from the Web.  YouTube, DailyMotion, Megavideo, Metacafe, and Vimeo are just a few of the sites compatible with KeepVid.  Copy the URL of the video you want to download, head to KeepVid.com, and paste it in the bar at the top.  Then click "Download" to the right of that bar.  Do not click the large green "Download" button.  It will load for a few seconds, then you'll have the option to download the video in FLV (Flash), MP4, or WebM format.  If you don't know which one to pick, go with MP4, as it has the greatest compatibility.
    Link to KeepVid:  http://www.keepvid.com
     
  2. NetVideoHunter (Firefox):
    This Firefox browser add-on also works with many popular video sites, including Facebook.  Once you install the extension from the add-on site, a button will be added to your toolbar.  To use it, head to a page with embedded video.  You'll notice that the NetVideoHunter button will flash, alerting you that video on the page can be downloaded.  Click the button, and click Download next to the video you want to save.  Unfortunately, I haven't discovered any reliable Chrome extensions similar to NetVideoHunter.
    Link to download NetVideoHunter:
             https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/netvideohunter-video-downloade
     
  3. Desktop software:
    As a third and final option, you may download a program for your Windows computer dedicated to downloading YouTube Web video.  Windows users can try Free YouTube Downloader.
    Link to Free YouTube Downloader:
             http://download.cnet.com/Free-YouTube-Downloader/3000-2071_4-75219434.html
     
How to download videos from YouTube, Vimeo, and more:
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Files and Folders
1 How to use the "Open With" Command:

How to change or select which program starts when you double-click a file in Windows?
When you double-click a file to open it, Windows examines the file name extension.  If Windows recognizes the file name extension, it opens the file in the program that is associated with that file name extension.  However, you can change the program that is associated with recognized file name extensions so that Windows opens all files that have this extension in the new associated program.  This article describes how to change these file associations.

How-To-Use-the-Open-With-Command.doc

What can you do if you cannot find a program to open your file extension?

Try web site:

http://www.openwith.org

to search for the correct application to match your file extension.  Enter your unknown extension in the search box to display a possible application.

http://www.openwith.org
2 A Definition of Files, Folders and File Extensions - - - Why are they important?

PowerPoint Presentation: Files, Folders, File Extensions.ppt

A PowerPoint presentation written by Zed Hrubec that reviews important points concerning Files, Folders and File Extensions.
3 The following is a 4 part video series covering best practices for naming files and folders.  It was produced by the "State Library of North Carolina" © :

Part 1: Why is File Naming Important?

Part 2: How to Change a File Name

Part 3: What Not to Do When Naming Files

Part 4: Best Practices for File Naming
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Microsoft Office
1 Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Office Excel:
Once your gain experience with Microsoft Excel you will start to appreciate the use of keyboard shortcut keys. In some cases, certain procedures can only be performed by using shortcut keys. Since Excel changed dramatically when migrating from version 2007 to 2010, I've included two sets of shortcuts:
Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Excel 2007 and earlier

Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Excel 2010
2 Fix MS Excel and Word 'Not Responding' Problems

Fix-MS-Excel-and-Word-2007-Not-Responding.doc

After a Microsoft automatic update of MS Office 2007 software in the last quarter of 2011, Excel and Word ceased to function properly. Both programs went into a “Not Responding” state at random times that locked up the cursor and prevented documents and spreadsheets from being saved. The only way you could continue was to start the Task Manager and force the two programs to stop processing.

This document describes how to repair the damage from the MS update. Also, the document changes can be used to speedup the startup processing of Excel and Word.

To see an example image of the problems with MS Excel and Word click on the following link:

Microsoft Office Addins Problems
3 Recording Sound With PowerPoint Slides

Recording-Sound-With-PowerPoint-Slides.doc

This document describes how to record sound and attached it to individual PowerPoint slides.
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Printers
Printers
1 How To Correctly Setup Your Print Spooler:

This Setup is "Highly Recommended:

Since Windows 95, 19 years ago, the standard method for setting up a printer has changed very little. Windows XP, Vista and W7 are all basically the same. As delivered, all three operating systems default to the same print spooler setup flaw. The following document describes how to correctly setup your print spooler to avoid problems especially with older model printers.
How-to-correctly-setup-your-Print-Spooler.doc
2 The Computer Group recommends buying 'Printer Cartridges' at web site:
http://www.4inkjets.com
Group members have had good performance and service at this site.
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Skype for Windows
1 Skype Instruction Manual

A Skype setup and in-depth tutorial from Erickson Living / Oak Crest Village.
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Date / Time: Tips Page Last Updated - - - Reason for Tips Update - - -
Saturday, September 18, 2010 13:12:28 Tips Page installed for first 2010/2011 COF meeting, 09/20/2010
Tuesday, September 28, 2010 12:43:22 Installed this update section at bottom of page.
Thursday, September 30, 2010 12:30:21 Added to Browser Section "Google definition shortcut (def:)"
Thursday, September 30, 2010 12:36:34 Added to Browser Section "Computer Dictionary"
Thursday, September 30, 2010 12:51:13 Added Links to point to new material.
Saturday, October 09, 2010 12:22:41 Added to Desktop Section "How to save a Web Page to the Desktop"
Wednesday, October 13, 2010 12:09:03 Added to Browser Section "Additional Google Tips"
Saturday, June 11, 2011 10:59:19 Added New Printers Section "How To Correctly Setup Your Print Spooler"
Sunday, June 12, 2011 13:15:04 Added to Desktop Section "How to Make a Screen Print and Save to a File"
Monday, June 13, 2011 13:41:04 Added to Desktop Section "Read This to Fix the Print Screen Key"
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 13:56:10 Added to Desktop Section "How to Find Your Temp Files"
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 13:30:53 Added to Desktop Section
"How to Instantly Jump From One Application to Another"
Tuesday, August 23, 2011 11:15:11 Added New Microsoft Office Section
"Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Office Excel"
Tuesday, August 23, 2011 11:50:22 Added "Table of Contents"
Thursday, October 06, 2011 11:51:00 Added New Files and Folders Section "How To Use the 'Open With' Command"
Tuesday, November 01, 2011 13:28:34 Added to Browser Section
"www.cnet.com Article on Advanced Google Search Features"
Thursday, January 05, 2012 13:55:14 Added to Header: "Liability message"
Saturday, January 14, 2012 14:06:15 Added to Microsoft Office Section
"Fix MS Excel and Word 'Not Responding' Problems"
Monday, February 13, 2012 12:06:22 Added to Printer Section "The Computer Group recommends buying
'Printer Cartridges' at web site: www.4inkjets.com"
Monday, February 27, 2012 12:10:53 Added to Microsoft Office Section "Recording Sound With PowerPoint Slides"
Monday, March 05, 2012 13:17:54 Added new Topic "Skype for Windows"
Saturday, September 15, 2012 14:30:29 Added new Topic "Download Video Files"
Sunday, September 16, 2012 13:57:57 Added to Browser Section
"What do you do when Internet Explorer has been highjacked?"
Sunday, October 14, 2012 13:11:45 Added to Files and Folders Section
"A Definition of Files, Folders and File Extensions - Why are they important?"
Sunday, October 14, 2012 13:43:17 Added to Files and Folders Section
"Best Practices for Naming Files and Folders"
Friday, January 18, 2013 11:56:32 Added to Browser Section "How to Uninstall Java"
Monday, January 21, 2013 11:58:33 Added to Browser Section
"Goverment Web Sites Commenting on Java Problems"
Saturday, October 19, 2013 13:58:31 Added to Browser Section
"Conduit Removal and Browser Home Page Reset"
Monday, January 20, 2014 08:31:48 Added to Browser Section
"Internet Explorer Version #11 Compatibility View Problems"
Saturday, April 19, 2014 14:36:42 Added to Browser Section
"Keyboard Shortcuts in XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1"
Monday, May 18, 2015 06:15:42 Added to Browser Section "Manage Add-ons"
Friday, May 13, 2016 11:05:22 Added to Browser Section
"Explain Check Boxes on Download and Download Type Programs"
Friday, May 13, 2016 12:12:32 Added to Browser Section "Save the Internet Explorer - Current Home Page"
Friday, January 18, 2019 09:48:07 Added to Browser Section:
Edge dies a death of a thousand cuts as Microsoft switches to Chromium.
Monday, February 18, 2019 05:16:57 Added to Library Computer Training Section:
Save Chrome and Desktop Favorites, and new Chrome Home page.


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