Category Archives: Windows Tips

Two Quick Ways to Clear Chrome Browsing Data

Two Quick Ways to Clear Chrome Browsing Data If you use Google Chrome browser,  here’s the fastest way to clear your browsing date short of creating a bookmark. Open Chrome, and press the CTRL+SHIFT+DELETE keys on your keyboard. Chrome’s “Clear browsing data” dialog will open.Using the down arrow, you can select how far back you… Read More »

One Key Makes It Bigger … One Key Makes It Small

One Key Makes It Bigger … One Key Makes It Small One key makes it bigger, one key makes it small… And the keys that mother showed you, don’t do anything at all… Anyone remember the song White Rabbit by Jefferson Airplane? Am I dating myself.?Sure…. no one else will date me! Anyway, the other day… Read More »

Sometimes Newer is Not Always Better

Sometimes Newer is Not Always Better Today we’re going to share with you two sites we think you’ll find interesting. If you think that an older version of a program was better than the newer version you’re using, you will find the two sites we’re featuring today very useful. It is true that new versions… Read More »

How to use Chrome’s Built-in Password Manager and Password Generator

Chrome’s Built-in Password Manager and Password Generator As you know, we are adamant about using strong passwords and a good password manager like LastPass. However, we know that no matter how much we harp on something some people are not going to use LastPass or RoboForm or any password manager. So we offer this as… Read More »

Windows April 2018 Update Fails: We couldn’t update the system reserved partition

Windows April 2018 Update Fails: We couldn’t update the system reserved partition “We couldn’t update the system reserved partition” is an error we’re seeing frequently when people try to install the Windows 10 April 2018 Update. The System Reserved Partition (SRP) is nothing mysterious. It’s a small space that Windows reserves on your hard drive… Read More »