Tag Archives: Windows XP

Beware of strange emails

Hi. Read here: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 Have you been getting emails from friends that have the subject “Hi” and nothing in the body but a link and the words, “Read here” or “click here”? Take a look below. If you get an email the body of which has something like this: Read… Read More »

Disabling Toolbars in Internet Explorer

Disabling Toolbars in Internet Explorer Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 Internet Explorer 7 and 8 Last week we had over a dozen subscribers write about problems with various toolbars causing problems or error messages in Internet Explorer. Rather than answering each question individually, we’re going to provide one tip that will work for all… Read More »

Windows Run Commands

Run commands are an easy way to access features of Windows without having to click on your Start button, browse through your Control Panel or any menus at all. All you have to do is press your Windows Key plus the “R” key to bring up the Windows “Run” dialog. Type any of the following… Read More »

Do not track lists

Do not track lists (and browser extensions) Windows XP, Windows Vista, Window 7 There’s a big brouhaha boiling over do-not-track lists. To make a complex thing simple – it take simple minds like ours to skim off the cream and leave the milk behind  -we’re going to give you nothing but cream: Do not track… Read More »