Tech Talk


iPhones and Windows10 – getting them to work together, Run Windows in Windows

Tech Talk #112 – September 14, 2019 iPhones and Windows10 – getting them to work together iPhones, from both a hardware and an apps perspective, have gotten so good that many people don’t need to use a laptop or a desktop. Social media, email, and shopping can all be done right on your phone. But what if you want to see the pictures from your iPhone on a bigger screen? Or work on a document

Tamper protection, PowerPoint > PDF, Pirated software = bad, Death and passwords

Tech Talk #111 – August 31, 2019 Windows Tamper Protection One of the features in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update is Tamper Protection. Tamper Protection prevents malicious applications from changing your Windows Security settings. A good thing to have, right? So why is it turned off by default? Microsoft ships Tamper Protection turned off because it can break enterprise management tools that businesses use. No worries, though you can turn it on yourself. Here’s

Locked out?

Tech Talk #110 – August 17, 2019 We all use devices (smartphone, tablet, or computer) that contain information we don’t want strangers or thieves to access. To protect our privacy, we lock our devices with a username/password combination. Since we’re going to be unlocking our device 5, 10, 15, 20 times a day, we use our fingerprints, our faces, passcode or PIN, or a lock screen pattern to unlock our device instead of our username/password.