Hello Everyone,

The following tip comes to us from SimpleHelp.net.  It’s definitely a keeper.

Mark

HOW TO INCREASE THE SIZE OF THE MENU BARS IN WINDOWS 10
From SimpleHelp.net

With just a few clicks, you can resize the “menus” in Windows 10 so that they’re much more visible (and way easier to click and/or “tap”).  This is particularly helpful if you’re using Windows 10 on a tablet or touch-screen device.  Read the rest of this entry »

Hello My Fellow Apple-orchard Dwellers, 

What is an Apple ID?  An Apple ID is your user name for everything you do with Apple: Shop the iTunes Store, enable iCloud on all your devices, buy from the Apple Online Store, make a reservation at an Apple Retail Store, access the Apple Support website, and more.

Although I continue to be amazed at the ever increasing level of accessibility Apple Inc. affords its physically challenged customers, and although I use both my Macintosh computers and iOS devices more than any other, on a daily basis, when it comes to providing serious online data such as credit card information, billing and shipping addresses, answers to security questions, etc I prefer to use my good-old Windows PC with its ever-so-familiar screen magnifier and text-to-speech engine.   Read the rest of this entry »

Hello Everyone, 

For those of you who want to experience the glorious magic of iCloud on your Windows 7 PC which, among other things, will allow you to seamlessly sync between your iOS devices, Macs, and MS Office 2007/2010, simply Click Here to get started.

Mark

Hello All,

In this approximately 4 minute episode of the Candle Shore Podcast, I offer an extremely useful tip on how low vision users of Windows 7 can now use the High Contrast Themes without losing web functionality. 

Enjoy,

Mark

Episode:  How Windows 7 Low Vision Users Can Now Use High Contrast Desktop Themes Without Losing Web Functionality

Hello All,

Recently, I needed to create another disk partition on my PC; that is, I wanted both drive C and drive D to be that of my internal hard disk.  Imagine my delight at discovering that I did not need to completely erase and format my hard disk nor did I need to purchase a third-party application in order to accomplish this task. 

While I did not write the following instructions, I can vouch for their accuracy. 

Mark

HOW TO CREATE ADDITIONAL DISK PARTITIONS USING ONLY WINDOWS 7

First of all go to “ Start ” and then on the window that appears search for ” Computer ” and then once you right click on it another window opens and then you should navigate to the option “ Manage “.  Read the rest of this entry »

 Hi Everyone, 

The following is a wonderful resource, showcased by SiimpleHelp, for those of us winding our way down the ever-widening Microsoft Windows road:
  
Mark

FIND GREAT FREE AND PAID APPS FOR WINDOWS WITH ALLMYAPPS
 
If you’re doing a fresh install of your Windows computer or need a specific utility, it can be annoying to search all over the Internet for them. AllMyApps solves this problem by providing a central location where you can find free and paid apps for your Windows computer. Read the rest of this entry »

Hello Everyone, 

You know, we live in exciting times evidenced by the following information that brings a smile to my face and puts a song in my soul. 

Best of all, it really works!!! 

Mark

Google recently released Cloud Print, a web feature that allowed you to print documents on your home printer from anywhere. Today, they’re going to start rolling out that feature for mobile Gmail, so you can print straight from your smartphone.  Read the rest of this entry »

Hello All,

The following comes to us courtesy of SimpleHelp.com

Mark

Beginners Guide to Setting Up Windows Live Mail 2011

If you’re moving from XP or Vista to Windows 7, you might be wondering where the Windows Mail app is. It’s actually part of the Live Essentials 2011 suite of utilities and here we’ll give you the beginners guide for setting it up and some basic functions.   Read the rest of this entry »

Hello All,

Just as the title suggests, in this approximately 5 minute episode of the Candle Shore Podcast, I demonstrate how to configure gMail to allow email clients such as Outlook and the MacMail client to undelete messages when using the iMap protocol.

Mark
Episode:  How To Configure Google Mail To Allow Messages To Be Undeleted In Email Clients

Hello Everyone, 

The following is from Simple Help:

Enjoy,

Mark

HOW TO STOP WINDOWS 7 FROM HIGHLIGHTING NEWLY INSTALLED PROGRAMS  Read the rest of this entry »

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