- Getting on top of GMail – deleting everything not starred or important before YYYYMMDD
- Keeping a Windows PC up to date when we’ve returned it back to you
- LogMeIn Corporate reinstall issue: Error 1920. Service ‘LogMeIn'(LogMeIn) failed to start.
- Finding duplicate photographs software
- Create system images of your Windows PC, the easy way to prevent heart attacks
Ian’s Recommended Backup Hard Drive
The Seagate 2TB External Hard Drive comes with an external mains power supply. Laptops often cannot supply enough power through USB ports for reliable data transfer, not a good idea when you are doing a backup…
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Clients often end up with an AWFUL lot of duplicate photographs. Auslogics Duplicate File Finder does the trick https://www.auslogics.com/en/software/duplicate-file-finder/
Dear Mark, I was talking to a friend, Rick, about security for passwords on the laptop. He told me to go to Firefox. See Options, Security, Saved Logins and there were a whole list of my saved passwords for anyone … Continue reading
A deterministic password generator allows you to remember one simplistic pass-phrase that you can remember for all your passwords but Unique passwords are generated for each site and logins you use They gives you the ability to rapidly change all … Continue reading
Two-factor simply means that there has to be something else other than a password entered when you log into a web site. Try this explanation by Brit Christopher Bernatt, missing the 1970’s Open University BBC 2 late spots, then he’s … Continue reading
What’s the most intelligent thing to do about virus on your Windows PC? Absolutely nothing as it turns out. I have long since considered the paid for Norton / Symantec / McAfee: No better that the free ones Significantly make … Continue reading
OK folks, call it what you want we’ve had a glorious data breach but accidental this time. Not on the scale of Yahoo! where the US equivalent of GCHQ forced the company to include a backdoor on their servers to … Continue reading