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Why I chose IPVanish as My VPN

Why I chose IPVanish as My VPN

| August 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Now that I have the Amazon Fire TV Stick and am able to watch a ton of movies, I decided to get a VPN to hinder the tracking of my viewing pleasure. Not only that, I’ve come to find out that cable companies can not only track my online usage, but they are allowed to sell […]

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Removing Dell Computer Bloatware

Removing Dell Computer Bloatware

| April 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

About a month or so ago I purchased a new Dell desktop to serve as my “home base.” Being old school, I like having something that’s stationary and large. The laptop, tablet and cellphone are convenient, but there’s something about having a large, stationary, go-to computer that comforts me (yes, I’m old fashioned). As a […]

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Learn to Speak Spanish with Duolingo (it’s free)

Learn to Speak Spanish with Duolingo (it’s free)

| February 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

Not too long ago I did a quick review on a website called Duolingo. It’s helping me to learn how to speak Spanish. Back when I did the review I was 6% Spanish fluent. Now, according to Duolingo, I’m a whopping 30% fluent (I’m taking it slow). In my earlier review I failed to mention […]

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Activating Dragon NaturallySpeaking with Windows 10 (Again)

Activating Dragon NaturallySpeaking with Windows 10 (Again)

| December 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

I don’t know what’s going on, but every time I open Dragon NaturallySpeaking (version 13), I’m forced to activate the software. The first time I got the activation notification was right after I upgraded to Windows 10. Ok, that makes sense. I upgraded the operating system, so Nuance asked me to reactivate the software. No […]

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EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Review

EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Review

| January 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

My original review for this data recovery software took a complete U-turn. Well not a complete U-turn but my review is tempered based on recent developments. I purchased the data recovery software because I had overwritten valuable files on my computer and was looking for a way to recover them. In an earlier post I […]

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Backing up Software Profiles

Backing up Software Profiles

| December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Back in the day when it was easy to wipe my computer clean, reformat and re-install the operating system, I had gotten into the habit of backing up my files. Although I backed up the files, I never backed up my profiles. I guess I never realized how important they were or didn’t really know […]

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More Technological Woes

More Technological Woes

| December 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

This is a continuation of my last post where I outline my not so smooth computer reformatting process. I finally did hear from EaseUS about my Data Recovery Wizard refund request (my software review still hasn’t appeared on their website). They referred me to a page on their web server that gives details about their 30 […]

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Technological Comedy of Errors: Backup, Reformat, Lose Data, Restore

Technological Comedy of Errors: Backup, Reformat, Lose Data, Restore

| December 8, 2014 | 2 Comments

The other day I decided to reformat my computer. It had been acting funky and was in need of help. The first error occurred in backing up my files when I over wrote valuable files on a thumb drive. Instead of saving my files in a separate location, I over wrote the existing files on the […]

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NaturallySpeaking Dictation and Transcription Accuracy

NaturallySpeaking Dictation and Transcription Accuracy

| May 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

If it aint broke, don’t fix it, right?  But what about trying to tweak it just a bit? I enjoy the functionality of using the Dragon NaturallySpeaking app on my Smartphone to dictate work to my computer. The downside to the setup, however, is that I have to hold the phone in order to dictate. […]

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How to Set Up Dragon NaturallySpeaking Remote App for Mobile Devices

How to Set Up Dragon NaturallySpeaking Remote App for Mobile Devices

| December 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

After using the dictation app that came with the Samsung Galaxy, I decided to try remote dictation with Dragon’s NaturallySpeaking. After all, if I can write one article on two separate devices at the same time using Android’s default dictation software, imagine what I can do with NaturallySpeaking. To use Dragon’s remote microphone feature you’ve […]

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