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Issue  #800
Volume 16 Number 16
February 8, 2019

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Cloudeight InfoAve Premium - Reader's Comments

A comment from Ron
When you update Windows 10 to a new Version you may lose certain features that you previously downloaded. Version 1809 wiped out my "Copy to" and "Move to" features. Since most of the extra features that I download were taken from Cloudeight newsletters, I was able to get the reload information from your newsletters that I filed on my OneDrive. All I had to do was make sure that there was new download information available. Those 2 program features are great time savers.

A comment from Betty
Have just had Darcy do a complete check up of my computer. Working at lightning speed she did a very thorough check, made adjustments and corrected a problem I was having. For the time Darcy spent the price for the repair key was so very reasonable I was very happy to make a donation. Very grateful for all the help and great tips we receive from Darcy and TC Betty in New Zealand

A comment from Helga

Dear TC : Many thanks for getting all my pictures back from File History. I am so very glad and sound silly when I thank you over and over again but they represent the last 15 years in my life which were special for me. I am a faithful reader of your newsletters and have learned a lot from them, although I really only read what I actually want to do on my computer. And I am happily computing in my own limited way. Thanks once more and all the best to you and to Darcy from Helga

A comment from Roy

Had a session last Wednesday to update my Emsisoft and a "tune-up". Apparently TC was scheduled to perform the task but Darcy was the pinch-hitter and did a great job as expected!

Understand the reason for the change was TC had slipped on ice and broken his arm. In consideration of TC's obvious sense of humour and occasional essays was looking forward to comical description of the incident from him but it has not been forthcoming to date. Hopefully, that is not because it has proven to be more serious than anticipated.

In any event, can appreciate that with a broken arm, keyboard activity will certainly be handicapped and want to wish TC all the best for a speedy recovery!

(A note from TC: "I'm back to work and healing as expected. Thanks for your concern, Roy.")

A big Cloudeight "Thank you!" to  Ron, Betty, Helga, Roy and everyone who took time out to write to us. We appreciate your kind words and your support very much! EB & TC. 



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Enid wants to make the mouse pointer bigger
Hi: Thanks for your wonderful newsletter. As an oldie (75 yrs.) I can use all the help I can get :). My question is there any way to make the pointer any bigger so it is easier to find? Thank you.

Our answer
Hi Enid. Thank you! It's easy to change your mouse pointer so it's easier to see in Windows 10. Here's how to do it:

1.) Press & hold down he Windows key and tap the "U" key. This takes you directly to "Ease of Access" in Settings.

2.) In the menu on the left, click Cursor & Pointer size.

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3.) In Cursor & pointer size you can use the slider to make the pointer thicker and easier to see; you can change the pointer size to small, medium or large. Below you can see under "Pointer size"  I chose the largest size, and under "Change pointer color", I chose black. You can choose whatever is easiest for you to see on your computer.

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I got tired of hunting for my tiny white mouse pointer on the screen; now I’m happy because I can actually find it very easily. See?

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I hope this helps you, Enid.
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Enid wrote back: "Thank you so much for the speedy reply. I did it on both my desktop and laptop and I am so much happier :) Once again, thanks so much! Enid"
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Michael asks about VPNs
Last year companies were pushing VPNs and I saw VPN Unlimited from Keepsolid that was selling it for $30 for life. I fell for it and used it for a short while. I had a few problems with it and asked them for help a couple of times. I couldn't help to notice in their replies were people with Russian/European type names. The VPN seemed to work but I got a little paranoid seeing where this company was so I deleted the VPN.

Am I being too cautious by this? Have you heard anything about this company? Should I even bother using a VPN in the first place. I am just a home user. Thank you.

Our answer
Hi Michael. VPN companies have made a fortune misleading people about what a VPN can and can't do.

A VPN is a Virtual Private Network, similar to a proxy. A VPN cannot protect your privacy, or prevent your identity from being stolen, or keep your computer from being "hacked" or prevent your passwords from being stolen.

Here's why: VPNs can't prevent users from being tricked. Most identity theft happens when people are tricked into logging into fake sites that look like their legitimate counterpart - for instance banks, credit card sites and other financial sites. Once the criminal has someone's username and password, he or she can log into their accounts. In other words, users voluntarily give up their credentials because they are tricked into it. And VPNs can't prevent that. And, VPNs cannot prevent users from being tricked into downloading malware or from installing keyloggers or other backdoors onto their devices that allow criminals access to computers.

VPNs can prevent your ISP from seeing and logging the sites you visit (although they'll know you're using a VPN or a proxy). VPNs can prevent sites and advertisers from knowing your true location. VPNs allow people in countries with Web censorship to visit sites banned by their country's government.

If you want to prevent your ISP from knowing what sites you visit, of if your government blocks certain legal sites (for instance China blocks Google and Bing), or you don't want sites knowing your location, then a VPN can be useful.

As far as your VPN company being located in Russia goes - you have no way of knowing whether or not they're logging your Internet usage. You have no way of knowing what they do with data they collect from you. And you have no legal recourse if they violate the law in your country.

Generally speaking, most users don't need VPNs.

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George wants guidance on buying a new computer
I am currently running Windows 7 on my desktop & laptop but wanting to get a good laptop only to have Windows 10 since Windows 7 will be out next year . What would be a good brand to get that's easy on budget & how much drive, memory & gigs to get .I don't do any gaming or download a lot of movies, pics or music.

Our answer
Hi George. If you're don't do a lot of gaming and you're not a power user, you should be able to find a nice Windows 10 PC for less than $400.

If you're currently using a desktop or all-in-one PC, we recommend that you consider a switch to laptops. There are a lot of nice full-size laptops with plenty of power for any kind of computing. Darcy and I have used laptops exclusively for the last 5 or 6 years.

Any major brand is fine as long it has a screen that suits your needs. Generally a 15" screen will be adequate. RAM is important though. Your new PC should have less than 4GB of RAM, and we strongly recommend 8 GB RAM. Since you don't do high intensity graphics or gaming, the processor is not a big consideration.

Here's a full-size laptop with a15.6" screen and 8 GB RAM for $299.

We hope this helps you make a good choice.

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Len wants to know about AVG PC Tune-up
Is AVG PC Tune Up software worth installing on my aging/slowing computer(Dell Dimension 3100)? I regularly delete cookies etc. & perform a defrag. Look forward to your reply. Thank you for your assistance.

Our answer
Hi Len. AVG which supposedly protecting your computer is bundling a questionable one-click fix with their software. Installing "PC Tune-up" from AVG will most likely bring your PC to the grave a bit sooner; don't install it.

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Anthony wants to get rid of Skype
I have a curious situation I'd like to alleviate and get rid of. Ever since I was updated to version 1809 and have found strange things going on related to my Microsoft account, primarily the Skype icon appearing on my taskbar. I don't like Skype and don't use it, and don't care for it along with the other Microsoft apps just because I have a Microsoft account.

I have tried numerous times to remove the Skype icon to no avail. If there is any way I can disable or remove Skype as well as some of the other software Microsoft deems it necessary for me that I don't want or use. Please help as I have tried doing searches for removing/disabling these software items to no available. I am so frustrated with some of the crap Microsoft tries to foist upon us just because of having a Microsoft account. Please help, Anthony

Our answer
Hi Anthony. It's easy to remove Skype from Windows 10. And while you cannot remove all Microsoft (Store) apps, this way you can remove Skype .

1. Open settings Click on Apps .

2. In Apps, Under ”Apps & features” find Skype .

3. Click on Skype And you'll see the uninstall button Appear .

4. Click on the Uninstall button. ( See screenshot below )

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That's all there is to uninstalling Skype.

As far as taskbar icons go, you can right- click on any taskbar icon and choose “Unpin from taskbar” .

Hope this helps you, Anthony.
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Anthony wrote back: "How do I say Thank You so much. You two are a true blessing to us old codgers that have lost the easiest things to do. Thank You again, Cloudeight. Anthony"

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Bev wants to know how for forward pictures & videos from Facebook
How do I forward Facebook pictures, videos or whatever else they have, to people that do not use Facebook. I have tried, but it seems to show the email addresses of whomever sent me the article. Thanks, Bev. 

Our answer
Hi Bev. I'm not a Facebook expert, so all I can tell you is what I would do.

Here is a picture from a small drive-in restaurant's Facebook page ( see https://www.facebook.com/HoundDogHop/  ).

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OK. So how'd I do that?

Right-click on the image you want to send and click "Copy image address" - that will give you the URL (web address) to the image.

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In the email in which you want to include the picture from Facebook, paste the image address you copied.

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And that's it. 

But, keep in mind, different browsers have different wording. Chrome shows "Copy image address", Firefox shows "Copy image location".

You can also right-click on the pictures on Facebook you want to share by email and save them to you computer then share them as you would any picture from your computer.

For videos, just copy the URL (web address) of the video and use that for the source.

Hope this helps you and gives you some ideas

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Bev wrote back: "Thanks TC. That is basically what I have been doing, with photos or pictures. It was more the videos that I was having trouble with, but your suggestion re the URL hit home and I was able to get the URL and send a video that way. Again, thanks for your expertise, as usual you people save the day every day. Bev."

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Clarifying the Confusion Over the Closing of Google+
For everyone with a Google account

What is Google+?

Google+, is a social networking site that was built by Google to compete with Facebook, but never really caught on. It is a feature of Google accounts. Google says it is closing down Google+ to concentrate on its enterprise (paid) version of it.

The truth is, Google+ was never popular and never had a substantial number of users; It was never the alternate to Facebook that Google thought it would be.  In short, it was a failure,

What does the closing of Google+ mean to you?

There seems to be a lot of confusion about the closing of Google+, so we’re going to try to clear things up. Many of you are worried about this because Google is sending emails to everyone with a Google+ account.  The way Google+ was set up, nearly everyone with a Google account automatically got a Google+ account though very few ever used it.  But it’s important that you know that the closing of  Google+ will not affect other features of your other Google account like Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar etc.

Google is in the process of shutting down Google+ and by April 2nd all Google+ accounts and all data connected with them, will be deleted. If you are a Google+ user, you can use Google Takeout to save your Google+ data should you want to do so. See this article to learn how.

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Making Windows 10 Easier to Use
Windows 10 (all versions)

What is the quickest way to access the following items in Windows 10: Apps & Features, Mobility Center, Power Options, Event Viewer, System, Device Manager, Network Connections, Disk Management, and Computer Management?  

Which of the following would you say is the fastest way to get to any (or all) of the above?

A. Settings
B. Control Panel
C. Start Menu
D. Hidden Start Menu
E. None off these

Who said D? You’re right! The hidden start menu,  also known as the right-click Start menu or the Power users’ menu is the fastest way to access Device Manager, Power options, Event Viewer, Disk Management, etc. You can access this menu by right-clicking the Windows start menu or, if you’re a keyboard shortcut fan like us, you can open this menu by holding down the Windows key and tapping X.

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Bonus!

Why does my right-click menu show Command Prompt and Command Prompt (Admin), but yours shows Windows PowerShell? I changed mine because I use Command Prompt a lot more than Windows PowerShell. If you do too, you can change yours from PowerShell to Command Prompt just as easy as flipping a switch.

Right-click a blank area of the taskbar, click on “Taskbar settings” and flip the switch under “Replace Command Prompt with Windows PowerShell in the menu when I right-click the start button or press Windows Key+X”

See?

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8 “Quick” Windows Tips
Windows 7, Windows 8x, Windows 10 (all versions)

Quick Change
Want to change the name of a desktop icon, folder, file etc.? Click whatever you want to rename, then click the F2 key and make your change!

Quick View
To view properties menu of a file, folder, etc., highlight it and click Alt + Enter. Highlight My Computer (This PC) and click Alt + Enter to view System Properties.

Quick Print
Click Control + P to open the Print Dialog.

Quick Downloads
While using your favorite browser, press CTRL + J to view recent downloads.

Quick History
While using your favorite browser, press CTRL + H to view your browser history.

Quick File Explorer (Windows 8x and Windows 10) or Quick Windows Explorer (Windows 7)
Click the Windows Key + E to open File Explorer or Windows Explorer in a flash!

Quick-Lock Your Computer
(This tip only works if you have more than one user account on your computer and your account uses a password)

Click the Windows Key + L to lock your computer. You’ll need to type your password to log back into your user account.

Quick Run
Press and hold down the Windows key and tap the R key to open a run box.

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A Quick and Easy Way to Add a New Local User Account in Windows 10
Windows 10 (all versions)

Windows usually gives users three or more ways to do the same thing. But this is a quick and easy way to create a new local account in Windows 10.

Type CMD in the Windows taskbar search (Cortana)

When Command Prompt appears, right-click it and choose “Run as administrator”

At the prompt type:

net user <username> /add

Where you see <username> type the username of the account you want to create without the brackets. Blacklist was one of my favorite Netflix shows, and the villain I loved to hate is named Reddington. So, I’m going to make a new local account named Reddington.

After entering the user name you want to use, leave a space before the slash. See below:

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If you did that right, you’ll see “The command has completed successfully.”

If you want to add a password for the user account “Reddington” (or whatever your new account is called) run the following command

net user Reddington <password>

Instead of <password> you’d type the password you want to use (minus the brackets) when you log in to this account.

For example:

net user Reddington eatingmoondaisies

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Now open Settings (Windows key + i) and click Accounts > Family & other people> Other people… you’ll see the account you created. As you can see, there is good old Reddington.

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Now how did I make old Reddington an administrator? Easy! In Settings > Family & other people > Other people, click on Reddington…

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Click the down arrow next to Standard user, choose Administrator and click OK.

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Now, if you set a password for your new local account, please make sure you remember it or this account will be useless.

Now, if you want to try out your new account, press Windows Key + L.

Click the lock screen, on the log in screen you’ll see your new account. Click to select it and log in. The first time you log in it will take some extra time as Windows will set up the account for its first use.

What if you no longer want this account? No problem, you can divest yourself of this account easily:

Open Settings > Accounts > Family & other people > Other people, click on the new account you created and click “Remove”

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File Conversion At Your Fingertips

This Cloudeight Freeware Pick works with Windows 7, Windows 8x, and Windows 10 (all versions).

There are dozens of online file conversion programs all over the web. And there are dozens of file conversion programs you can download. But today’s Cloudeight Freeware pick, File Converter, is different. It works from your Windows Explorer right-click menu, so all you have to do is right-click a file and convert it to your choice of format. It does not get much easier than right-clicking on a file you want to convert and choosing the format to which you want to convert it. It’s the easiest file converter we’ve ever tested.

And File Converter supports a substantial number for formats, as you can see below:

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Another great feature of File Converter is that if the file format you want to convert isn’t one that File Converter can convert, it won’t show up in your right-click menu. Pretty smart!

Here are some examples we did to show you how easy File Converter is to use.

In the example below, I right-clicked on a Word document; File Converter makes it easy to convert it to a PNG or a PDF file.

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And in the next example, I right-clicked on an MP4 file, and you can see that I can convert the MP4 file to many other formats.

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And in the following example, I right-clicked on a JPG image file. Notice that I can convert it to GIF, PNG, Webp, ICO, and PDF, with just a click.

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The examples above should give you a pretty good idea of what File Converter does and how easy it is to use. This animation from the developer shows you how easy it is to convert multiple files at once using File Converter.

Here are some words from the developer…

"File Converter is a very simple tool which allows you to convert and compress one or several file(s) using the context menu in windows explorer. And it’s FREE!

The interface is designed to be as light as possible to keep the application pleasant to use.

It supports a lot of different file formats…

You can heavily customize the application in order to add / remove conversion presets in the files context menus or edit the existing one to change the conversion options..."

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File Converter is free. It contains no malware and no bundled software.

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I Hates Verbs

I’ve never much cared for verbs. I’m an adjective kind of guy.

This morning I came across a quote from one of my favorite authors, Lewis Carroll. I don’t have many favorite authors, but Lewis Carroll is one of them because of his wonderful word play. You’re probably thinking, “What quote?” aren’t you? I will get to that after I submit to you my reasons for my abject hatred of verbs.

Verbs are nasty things. They has a nasty, vile temper. They is always angry and disagreeable and they has to agree or they doesn’t work. What kind of nonsense is that? You can’t say “You done good.” Done do not agree with “you” or “good” – I’m confused about which, but nonetheless, the verb don’t agree. Most verbs doesn’t agree naturally, they needs to be coddled. Why are verbs so disagreeable? Because, they are nasty, arrogant, things, that’s why. I really hates verbs. I can tolerate adverbs, barely.

Grammarians and English teachers has saddled us poor, confused goombas with all sorts of rules for verbs and they does this just to confuse us. If verbs wasn’t so disagreeable by nature, we wouldn’t need English teachers or grammarians.

So, let’s see: We has transitive and intransitive verbs. We has passive and active verbs. Verbs are so uptight they is tense. Not just tense, their tenseness have levels. A good back rub won’t help a verb relax. They has all sorts of tense levels – past, perfect, future, past-perfect, future-perfect, and so on. When I’m tense, I’m just plain perfectly tense. Verbs? Not so much. They are so arrogant they has different levels of tenseness.

It was bad enough that verbs was nasty, arrogant, and touchy...

Read the rest of "I Hates Verbs" here.

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Why do I have both Program Files and Program Files(X86) on my computer?

In Windows 64-bit operating systems, there are two program file directories:

Program Files

Program Files(X86)

Programs that install to Program Files, by default are 64-bit programs; programs which install to Program Files(X86) by default, are 32-bit programs.

As a general rule, everything you see installed to Program Files is 64-bit software. All programs you find installed in the Program Files(X86) directory, are 32-bit programs. Windows 64-bit operating systems have 32-bit emulation, called WOW64. This emulator allows Windows 64-bit operating systems to run most 32-bit software without a problem.

So, now you know if you have two Program Files directories you have 64-bit Windows; if you have only one Program Files directory you have 32-bit Windows.

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Volume 16 Number 16
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