Here is part 2 in my series about the Microsoft Excel Addition Bug. I demonstrate 2 ways of working around the problem.
The computer training industry has a little secret that no-one wants you to know. Group trainers know it. Courseware developers know it. Industry experts know it, but they want to keep it a secret from you. Why?
Leaving your backup always plugged in, is about as useful as going fishing and leaving your life jacket under the foredeck. The life jacket might save you if you get advance notice of a freak wave but apart from that it isn’t much use.
Do not wait until Christmas Day to set up your new gaming console or you could be waiting 4 hours to use it.
One of the most disliked tasks a P.C. support person is asked to undertake is to “clean up” a system, which equates to cleaning up someone else’s mess or treasure. From time to time this consultant is requested to clean up a computer. More often than not there is nothing wrong with the computer. The…
There are a lot of ways to remove files, and in particular programs, but removing files which are used by other programs could stop them working. Worse still, If the files deleted are required by Windows, then the whole computer could just stop.
One of the things that frequently gets my back up is when I eagerly browse the latest electronic / computer catalogues to arrive in my letter box only to see external hard drives being advertised as back-up devices. Whether USB or Firewire, powered or self powered, an external drive is NOT A BACK-UP solution.