After years of going to sslforfree.com every few months just to regenerate another SSL certificate for this site, I have discovered the way to handle it automatically.
While attempting to install a new POS (piece of software), Windows Store was crashing and closing immediately after launch. The solution that worked for me was easier than the [failed] solutions stated on other sites. Here’s what I did.
There is a great way to speed up some of the typical repeating tasks you do on your computer: the app called “Auto Hotkey“. What is Auto Hotkey? It’s a lightweight background process that quietly waits and listens for you to press certain keystrokes so that it can perform whatever tasks you gave it to […]
The engineers at Microsoft decided that people who want to save screen space are not interested in knowing the date.
Yes, it is possible to create massive amounts of tags in Evernote rather quickly. You will just need a text editor. First of all, don’t bother trying to use the standard plus-sign on the Evernote left pane. It won’t help you do anything except add one at a time, and will actually be a pain. […]
An email came through that looked somewhat official but had a few “tells” to show that it was fake.
One major inconvenience with Windows is the way the OS applies updates. While I could drone on about my opinion on Windows vs Linux updates, I’ll keep this simple. Last night I chose to “Update and Shut Down” my laptop. Now, logically, one would think that the updates would be applied prior to shutdown and […]
Just in fun. I like Linux, for the most part.
The world is crazier than you may realize. Man-made Climate Change has nothing to do with coal mining and your car’s exhaust pipe. It has to do with militaries using the weather as a weapon against other countries. Yes, I’m serious.
While enjoying my free month of Google Play music, I tried to play something on YouTube, which has now become “YouTube Red” because of my free music trial. The song played for three seconds and then I get this: