Introduction to QR codes QR codes are barcode-like graphics, comprised of machine-readable information that, when scanned, can be translated into a website URL. They are used for tracking in augmented… Continue reading QR Codes and Accessibility
This handy guide will help you understand all of the laptop ports, past and present. Modern laptops come with a dizzying array of ports—or maybe only one. But how can… Continue reading Laptop ports explained: Every symbol and connector identified
Can You See Me? This Windows PC app provides a much-needed service which is sadly missing from the Windows operating system. It requires no installation and no administrator permissions to… Continue reading Can You See Me?
The Origins of Control+C, Control+V, Control+X, and Control+Z Explained We use them dozens of times a day: The Ctrl+Z, Ctrl+X, Ctrl+C, and Ctrl+V shortcuts that trigger Undo, Cut, Copy, and… Continue reading The Origins of Cut, Copy and Paste
In an ideal world, products and services would be designed so that every person experienced them in an equitable and comparable way. However, sometimes it is necessary to justify to… Continue reading The business case for accessibility
Some seemingly innocent habits could be putting your entire Windows PC at risk. Here’s what not to do. Have you ever deleted a particular file, tweaked the Window’s setting, or… Continue reading 6 Ways You Could Be Ruining Your Windows PC
Let’s set the record straight on ten of the most prevalent computer myths still in existence. For most tech enthusiasts, computers are relatively simple machines to purchase, operate, and (for… Continue reading 10 Common Computer Myths You Need to Stop Believing
Read this article on the web! When your computer starts slowing down, the first advice you may hear is to go for a RAM upgrade. After all, the more the… Continue reading Does More RAM Make Your Computer Faster?
Back It Up? Here Are NINE Good Reasons (and ANSWERS to YOUR backup questions) Do I Really Need to Back Up My Files? Bob Rankin wrote the first edition of… Continue reading Backups, are they necessary?
Have you thoughts at 25, 30, 35, 40 about retirement? Wondering if you will have to work until your 70 or 75 before you can enjoy retirement? Offten these questions… Continue reading MoneyWithKatie