Articles in Category: Recommendations
Revo Uninstaller is a useful utility to remove things from your computer that won’t otherwise uninstall or uninstall completely.
Cryptomator is a powerful tool to protect the data you store in the cloud.
The Internet Archive is a fascinating collection of site archives, snapshots, and other data recording the internet’s growth and history.
Good help is hard to find. That’s just as true when it comes to finding good local computer service and support as it is anywhere else.
We are often advised to trust only “reputable” sites. How do you tell if a site or service has a good reputation?
Virtual credit cards are a great tool to help protect yourself when shopping online. After using a service for well over a year, I have a recommendation.
Even with the Recycle Bin to protect you, it’s not uncommon to need to recover files that have been “permanently” deleted. Recuva gives you a chance.
CCleaner is a highly-regarded tool for cleaning files, history, cookies, and much more from your computer. It’s particularly helpful in Windows 10.
Ninite is a bulk installation and update utility that quickly, easily, and safely manages downloads and installations of many popular free software packages.
I don’t have all the answers; I don’t even have time for all the questions! Here are some additional resources to get your questions answered.
Dropbox is a utility that allows you to instantly share files between machines, and even with other users elsewhere on the internet. Up to 2GB is free.
Web of Trust is a “crowdsourced” collection of website ratings that can help you decide if a site is trustworthy or not.
When you are about to dispose of a computer or hard disk it’s critical that you erase your data. DBAN does it, simply and securely.
The internet is full of seemingly bizarre terms and acronyms. Webopedia is great resource when trying to understand just what they mean.
As much as we use it daily, Google and searching in general, remains a massively under utilized tool and skill.
Sometimes the best resource for information about Microsoft products is, in fact, Microsoft’s own support site.
There is a LOT of information on the internet, particularly for tech. Here are some newsletters and other on-line periodicals that I find worthwhile.