While perpetually scorned by people, for no real reason, Microsoft’s search engine “Bing” has a few tricks up its sleeve.
After an abundance of waiting, and legally mooching WiFi off by neighbors, the cable company here has connected service to my new apartment. I have a wire line high speed Internet connection! This is the last of the utilities I needed hooked up.
On a side note, I have completely vacated my old apartment now.
Sadly my productivity on side projects that I had been working on is likely to decline now. I am still hopeful I can finish a big one for a friend before I completely lose interest.
For now, I have to go and tell my neighbor to change their WiFi password to something new, since I am done using it.
At the State entity I work for, I’ve been annoyed twice by blatant scam robocalls. I decided finally I would report them.
The hardest part of moving is getting the public utilities at the new location.
If you’ve ever used a credit card or debit card for an online purchase, you’ve probably had this happen.
I had an idea when recently removing a (fortunately inactive) virus from my PC.
I was looking through my blog stats one day…
For most people who have fast (broadband) connexions to the Internet, and have called their ISP’s tech support, that line is quite ubiquitous. However, I have to report that doing it actually solved something for me!
Microsoft Windows 10 now (version 1703) has a feature where you can have the screen shift from “normal” (whatever that is) to warmer colors at night. Supposedly this keeps you from staying awake.
I just notice, however, that the default Windows background is a VERY BLUE image, which kind of defeats the purpose. Unless they (Microsoft) think that you never look at the background because you’re never on the desktop?