A misbehaving app is a common error that happens when using a computer. You get the option of either closing it or waiting. Some applications may recover after a few minutes and start working, but some may get stuck and stop working for a long time.
Applications stop responding for many reasons. There may be a conflict between your computer hardware and that program causing it to act up. Other...Read More
The most loved and hated ports are USB ports. This Universal Serial Bus port is the most easily accessible port on IT devices. As long as you turn the device the right direction. And we have all had to flip them. Sometimes more than once. Since the invention of USB, the standard has taken off. There have been some struggles with other standards (fire wire) but, USB is the hands down winner of...Read More
There are many things in IT which are a necessity such as using an antivirus, running backups, and keeping your computers updated. Keeping track of your IT assets is a common item we see that is overlooked. Business, large and small, at times have neglected this simple but crucial task. Keeping a well-documented list of IT assets consisting of both hardware and software will help your...Read More
Have you ever wanted your email to be more “cleaned up”? Or a special notification sound for certain senders? How about forwarding to another email address? These are all potential rules that can be set up in Outlook. Whether you want to personalize, optimize, or stay productive, Outlook rules can help you accomplish your goals. Below, we will outline how to create Outlook rules and what sorts...Read More
Windows 10 power options. Restart, Shut Down, and Sleep. What’s the difference, and what’s special about Windows 10? Everyone who has ever had a computer problem has probably been asked “Have you restarted your computer?” Some people mistakenly choose to Shut Down, and power back on their PCs when asked to do this. Back in the day, that was perfectly acceptable, but in Windows 10, there is a...Read More
Most times when you send an email, you want your name and contact info to be clearly visible. That is what a signature is for. You can set them up with nice looking font colors, all your information and job title, even images. Some people like to have images of themselves, a company logo, or of the different certifications they have. Think of a signature as like a footer that always...Read More