Trying to find out is a 4 step process.
1. click ‘Settings”
2. click “Update & Security”
3. click “Advanced Options”
4. click “View your update history”
Wasn’t that easy — all those semi-colored links you need to search for. It’s almost like MS doesn’t want you to confirm that the update worked, nor find out it failed. I found several updates failed – Continue reading “Did a Win10 update install or fail??”
Gravatar is a free web service that provides a way to automatically insert your avatar (photo or icon) to many website forums, blogs, etc.
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Just when you thought insects couldn’t get any creepier, the US Air Force Continue reading “Skeeter Drone”
Ookla Speed Test
Edit (by Greg): good comment type post . . . can be interesting & informative if everyone enters their speed test results (comments) – kinda like a survey!
- Meeting Logistics & Agenda Items:
- Sump Library
- June 11, 2016
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Computers are and have been a significant part of my world. I know that I tend to thrive on new and different things even if they cover topics I’m well versed on. But for computer clubs looking to boost membership, I probably wouldn’t go looking here!
_ Pew Research Center
Over the past 35 or so years, I’ve seen dozens of learning tools for Windows, Linux, Unix, CPM, DosShell, etc. This is the “best of the lot” especially in how it progresses from basic to detail using structured learning techniques. (a proven methodology). Continue reading “Best Newbie Learning Tool for Linux”