I desperately need a call-out to fix my computer problem. Trying to reinstall my printer, it freezes at the last hurdle. I can't take anymore advice online, I've tried ALL of it. I'm 72 and have M.E. so my energy is limited both physically & mentally. I live in West London, Chiswick. Willing to pay but quoted £60 an hour, beyond my means. Know who to contact anyone? Can't use the phone due to deafness, email only. Losing the will to live,lol! Thanks.😃
I am a volunteer for Age UK in Worcestershire and help run a technology club for silver surfers in Bromsgrove. This deals with all types of computers, tablets, laptops, smart phones etc. I enjoy this so much I am looking for opportunities to deliver this in the Warwickshire area also. I live just outside Stratford on Avon and would love to talk to anyone who runs this sort of service or who wants to start one up. I really think help of this type is desperately needed in an society where technology is running our world!!
Hi! I wanted to watch some photography tutorials as I really like to go out and take photos and wanted to improve my skills. I found some videos on Youtube and wanted to save them on my computer. My son recommended me to use https://www.tube2mp3.com/ to convert the video. Is that the only way I can download the video? Or are there other options to download videos from youtube?
Passwords are very often the bane of surfers everywhere. You can end up with needing hundreds of passwords. So how do you remember them all? Here is an easy way to remember your passwords no matter how many you have. Each will be different and secure. example 1: (pick two names) TomandAnn Because full words are broken easier then change some letters for numbers. So TomandAnn might become T0mand4nn. You could make it even more secure (though some sites won't accept it) by changing it to T0m&4nn 2) Take you address, e.g. 75 Some Lane, Village, Bucks AB12 7SU from that a memorable password could be all the first letters: 75SlvbAS127su it looks complicated but it is basically your address. Using either of these methods (or your own variation) just add onto the end wherever the password is for. Ebay, Amazon, Tesco, Facebook etc. So from example 1) a typical password would be T0m&4nnAsda or T0m&4nnSilversurfers. You will never use the same password twice and each password is easy to remeber, unique and quite secure.
I have been teaching older people how to use computers and the internet for about 10 years. I have dowloaded many Freeware (software for which you pay no fees to install or annual fees to use) applications onto desktop and laptop computers, and shown my learners how to use it as well. The is a website called Ninite (www.ninite.com) which will allow you download single or multiple Freeware applications in an easy way. It will check your computer so it will select the applications which are suitable for the operating system installed on your computer. It also ensure that no unwanted things such as Spyware (such as B*ng toolbars) piggyback onto the applications that you have requested. It create an .EXE job (executable program) in your Downloads folder which you just click to trigger ad install the requested application(s) on your computer. It really is that simple. If you are unsure what software you should download, please seek advice from a Digital Champion there are many working for various charities and housing associations throughout the country. Or you could register on the wonderful Digital Unite website (www.digitalunite.com) which is a website that promotes Digital Inclusion (getting more of the population online) and asking there. There are many helpful people and organisations who are happy and willing to help and give advice.