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August 11, 2016

The Emoji Craze

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Emoji is a Japanese word that means picture character. It also has a keen association with the English word emotion. These tiny picture characters find themselves in text messages and emails to express thoughts that words alone cannot. If you’re like me and kind of out-of-touch with the kids these days, then let me explain that Emojis are insanely popular.

August 9, 2016

Power Strip Insanity

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Power strips are pretty common. Not only do I have them in my office, but the HDTV has one. Even the kitchen TV has a power strip. And they’re not just those boxy sticks with a row of plugs on them. Power strips can be quite complicated, which makes the choosing and buying process frustrating.

August 4, 2016

Wrap Text Around a Picture

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When you stick a picture into a document, Word chooses the inline with text layout option. That’s fine for simple images and it’s pretty easy to understand and format. When you need to get fancy, and take your document formatting up a notch, you choose another layout option for the image.

August 2, 2016

Playing with Calendar Categories

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When you create an event in your Android’s Calendar app, you might be prompted to choose a “calendar.” I prefer the term “calendar category.” When you use these categories, you can organize your events according to duty. That step may be unnecessary, but it’s an option I find useful.

July 29, 2016

SPECIAL – Windows 10 Do-or-Die Day

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This is it! It’s the day the incessant warnings actually do stop. You have until midnight tonight to accept Microsoft’s polite-yet-aggressive offer of a free Windows 10 update. After then, the Windows 10 upgrade will come at a cost.

July 28, 2016

Adding a Simple Image Caption

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In an earlier post, I made a video on how to stick an image into a document at a simple level. At the same basic level, you can quickly add a caption below the image. It’s not a clever trick, but it’s something that requires a few extra steps when you want to do it correctly.

July 26, 2016

Replacing the Graphics Card

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As I predicted in the last blog post, my son’s PC received a new graphics adapter. Unlike the old one, this newer model featured 2GB of graphics memory. It also sports two fans, and to us that feature was appealing because we figured the issue was the system overheating. We were wrong.

July 21, 2016

Replacing a Power Supply

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After two days, a new 500W power supply was delivered to my abode. My son and I took no time to install the beast into his PC. And right away we noticed that the new power supply featured a larger fan. It looked more efficient. If heat was causing his PC to restart, then the new power supply might help.

July 19, 2016

Too Darn Hot!

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My son’s PC has an annoying habit of restarting. It goes just fine for days, then it will run for 20 minutes, restart, and repeat that cycle all day long. Seeing how I’ve written books on PC troubleshooting, I figured that I would take a stab at fixing the thing.

July 14, 2016

A Picture in Your Document

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Shoving a picture into a word processing document isn’t anything new. Even the text-based word processors of the late 1980s could accomplish the feat, albeit rather crudely and not in a manner anyone called “delicious.”

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