I won't be classified as a senior for some years, and I have still gone through this rigmarole. I do almost automatically put a capital and a numeral in passwords the first time now; but it took me several experiences like the one above before I lea
They have a 20% off offer right now for new subscribers. Family plan 2-10 computers for $120 for a year. We're going for it. Tech support said they are working on new features like photo sharing, so they can compete with the competition, but he said
1. Yes. 2. Yes. Unlimited storage, and they never throw away any files you delete unless unless you choose to exclude them from your backup. 3. Yes, with a combined business plan, but I think it's cheaper to just use a separate home plan for each
Originally Posted By: garyWAlso recommend The Theory of Everything, the bio of Stephen Hawking. Really good. Thanks for this recommendation. I had forgot all about this movie. Will watch it this weekend.
So my workplace is freaking out because of the recent storms in California (Don't laugh). Several offices had the ceiling cave in, because the roof leaks so much. They want a cloud based backup system. I remember your praise of CrashPlan, but wanted
Seriously That's what E-Bay put me through after they'd been hacked last year. * thx for the reminder I just made a paper & ink copy of the dammed pw 'cause I'd never get back into my account if this computer goes down.
Subject: Senior Trying to Reset a Password > > WINDOWS: > Please enter your new password. > > USER: > cabbage > > WINDOWS: > Sorry, the password must be more than 8 characters. > > USER: > boiled cabbage >
Originally Posted By: CelandineOriginally Posted By: Jim_Originally Posted By: CelandineActually most of my posts are non-cryptic and to the point I have to disagree. Most involve wading through pics that may or may not be clickable and links that m
Will keep it in mind I watched the film, "the brothers Solumon" staring the SNL trio of Will Arnet, Will Forte and Kristin Wigg. Very crude, strange and hilarious. They did things not seen before. Plot was predictable but still funny. Lot
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