Dash cams are also commonly used by truckers these days as a tool for protecting themselves from fraudulent accident claims.
Hello again everyone. I hope you all had a great week!
If you own an Apple device you probably also have an iCloud account that contains a major portion of your digital life. Have you ever considered what could happen if your iCloud were to be hacked?
As with most online accounts these days, you can lock down your iCloud account with Two-Factor Authentication to ensure that no one will be able to log into your account and/or access your stored information unless they have physical possession of your phone.
It’s quick and easy to enable it using either your Mac (running OSX El Capitan or later) or your iPhone/iPad (running iOS 9 or later). Just follow the steps below for your particular device. [Read more…]
Question from Ellen R.: I used Microsoft Office 2003 on my old computer but the hard drive died and I had to replace it.
I still have my Office 2003 installation discs but I can’t get it installed on the new laptop. I’m guessing that it’s just not compatible with Windows 10.
My brother has a copy of MS Office 2010 Professional that’s still in the box and it’s never been opened or registered. He said he would ship it to me from Scotland if it’ll work with my system, but he doesn’t want to waste money to ship it to me if it won’t work.
My question is will Microsoft Office 2010 run on Windows 10? If it will it’ll save me from having to buy a copy of MS Office that I really can’t afford right now.
Rick’s answer: [Read more…]
Simply connect your new drive to the PC with a USB to SATA adapter cable, use disc cloning software to copy the contents of the existing drive to the new one, then remove the old drive and replace it with the new drive.
Sounds simple, right? Well, it really is pretty simple IF you’ve done it before AND you feel comfortable with the process. [Read more…]
Question from Catherine: I have a big problem Rick. I clicked a link in a Facebook post and it put a virus on my computer.
Long story short, the virus sent a spam message to everyone on my friends list. When I found out about it I changed my password, and everything seemed to be ok.
A couple of days later, I got married and changed my name on Facebook to my new last name. The next day Facebook closed my account.
Now Facebook wants to see a copy of my drivers licence before they’ll reopen my account.
The thing is I REALLY don’t want to give my license out, especially since I’m not even positive that the message requesting my drivers license was even sent from Facebook.
Is there some way to get my Facebook account reinstated with just my cell phone number? Thanks.
Rick’s answer: [Read more…]