Category Archives: Computing
One keeps hearing about Artificial Intelligence and all the forthcoming applications one can expect in the near future and how life might change as a result. So far I have not come across any application which I would consider as … Continue reading
In fact I could do with another large screen to use with my main computer. There are some tasks which are much easier. Fortunately my main screen is large enough I can have split screens.
The [ENTER] button on my iMac wireless’ keyboard no longer works. I have another wireless keyboard but as opposed to the QWERTY I need, it is a QWERTZ set up which makes entering my password impossible. And for some inexplicable … Continue reading
I have only just realised that included in my telephone and internet contract I have 6 Go available for a web page. This is coming very handy and this is where I shall report my forthcoming 2023 trip to Polynesia. … Continue reading
For the past few days I have been plagued by spam emails. Most of them originate from Germanyand most of them are about Bitcoin and such digital currencies. Obviously my email provider, in Germany, has been hacked at some point. … Continue reading
As part of my Digital Footprint clean up, I have now set up my new cloud based data network. Each of my computer, laptop, tablet, phone saves specific data in three separate clouds and each device can access each clouds … Continue reading
Wondering what to do regarding my non-responding computer. Most annoying I am convinced it is actually turned on and watching ME through the dark screen pretending to be asleep.
I actually never thought about it before but this afternoon I successfully paired / connected a mouse with my tablet. It works perfectly and is an excellent alternative to a laptop. Why did I not think about it before?
I have tried most if not all music streaming applications over the years: Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, Tidal, Amazon Music, Qobuz, Napster and Deezer. In the end I found that Deezer suited me best and in the end I … Continue reading