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Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly
Issue #857
Volume 17 Number 21
March 13, 2020

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Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly - Reader's Comments

A comment from Tricia
Thank you TC for your emails helping me to solve my problem. I think you and Darcy should be called Saint TC and Saint Darcy. I also think that if you liked to double or triple your charges for anything you do, I for one would be happy to pay and I am sure others would too. We want to keep you two in business if not luxury. Cheers, Tricia from Australia.

A comment from Rhea
I can't believe the time that TC spent on my computer and I want to thank him very much. Like I tell my friends and relatives, for all the help they give us and the time spent on the computer, things could not be any better. (Such a deal!) There is no one more honest and never a better deal. I've dealt with them for years and will continue to do so unless I or my computer dies. (Just kidding, if my computer dies, I will buy a new one but if I die, I will still ask for their help wherever I'm at because I'll be taking my computer with me. God Bless ya TC and EB.

A comment from Tom
Thanks to TC! You helped me save my data and you fixed my laptop. This is the first time I used your services and I can not thank you enough. I will certainly recommend you to all my friends. Thanks, Tom.

A comment from Gina

Hi Darcy. Thank you so much for the help you gave me this morning. I truly appreciate it. I was so afraid my laptop could not be fixed. But you did it and I'm grateful. Thank you again. Gina B.

A comment from Rona
Hi again TC. Once more, you have been my trusted "magic man". The download you suggested for my copying problem was just what I needed. I would never have found it by myself, so I am very grateful and the friend I was trying to do a favor for, is very happy also. A huge thank you from two 80-somethings! Blessings Rona

A big Cloudeight "Thank you!" to Tricia, Rhea, Tom, Gina, Rona and everyone who took time out to write to us, share a comment and/or share us on Facebook! We appreciate your kind words and your support very much! EB & TC. 

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Cindy wants to know how to open .ico files
How do I open an .ico file?  Is there a FREE program I can use to open it. I have tried to google it but it looks like there are lots of different programs that will do it but I don't know which ones are safe. Your help would be very much appreciated. Thanks, Cindy

Our answer
Hi Cindy. An .ico is an icon file. We use IrfanView to view them. It's free. Ico files are not actually images - they are image containers for computer icons. Generally, one ico file has multiple sizes and color depths of the icon for viewing in various settings. For example, if you view a folder icon in Windows Explorer, it appears very small, but if you appear a folder icon on your desktop, it will be much larger. Windows also lets you resize icons from very small to extra large. These are all contained in one .iso file.

Here is a link to IrfanView: Be careful when installing IrfanView. From time to time, it may be bundled with something else. As long as you are careful when you install it and make sure you uncheck whatever else it wants to install, you'll be fine.

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Terry wants to know if Microsoft is going to try to get rid of Control Panel in Windows 10

Hi guys. Is Microsoft going to replace the Control Panel with Settings? Do you think Control Panel will disappear from Windows 10 completely? Thanks. I've been with you guys for over 10 years! Terry

Our answer
Hi Ted. Thanks so much. We are gussing that Microsoft will move more and more of the Control Panel's functions to Settings in Windows 10. As to whether or not it will get rid of Control Panel completely, my guess is probably, but not for several years. And it may still be part of Windows, but buried somewhere deep in the inner workings of Windows. But my guess - and this is only our guess - is that it will be completely removed from Windows sometime in the future. But I think we're still several years away from that  There are still settings and features in Control Panel that are not included in the Windows 10 Settings app.

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Chuck wants to know what Windows 10 File History backs up
Hi. I've been with you two since the stationery days and I love your newsletters. I have a question about Windows File History backup. Can you tell me exactly what it backs up and if it's a reliable way to backup my computer? Thank you, Chuck.

Our answer
Hi Chuck and thank you. Basically what File History does is copy your personal folders (Pictures, Documents, Downloads, Videos, Music, Desktop) located in the directory C:\Users\Your User Name. This is the default setting. So all of your personal files are backed up. You can add other directories if you want (like C:\Users\Your Username\AppData) but the way it works by default pretty much covers all of your personal files assuming you keep your pictures in “Pictures” (or subfolders in Pictures) and so on.

You can check what you’ve backed up by looking in on your backup drive, for a folder called “File History”. Click on it, then click on your user name, and keep drilling down until you come to a folder called “Data” “C” (you may have to open several folders before you reach this level).

Thanks for your nice comments & your support, Chuck.

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Bonnie wants to close her Yahoo account
Hello TC and Darcy. After the big Yahoo breach, I moved both of my webmail accounts from Yahoo. I have an account and a Gmail account. I no longer want or need my Yahoo account and I want to get rid of it. Can you tell me the easiest way to do this? Thanks for all the info over the years. Bonnie.

Our answer
Hi Bonnie. Thanks so much. To delete your Yahoo account do this:

1. Sign in to your Yahoo account.
2. Once you've logged into it, click this link:
3. Then click continue and then confirm your identity then choose terminate

Yahoo notes the following so be aware of this: Your account will be reactivated if you sign in to it within approximately 40 days of closing it, with longer hold periods for accounts registered in Australia or New Zealand (approximately 90 days), and Brazil or Taiwan (approximately 180 days). So once you terminate the account, be sure you don't log into it again.

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Roseanne wants to know saving PDF as JPGs
Please instruct me on how to make PDF pics automatically show up as JPEG. I am just being lazy and trying to avoid the extra step of converting files. When I go to "save as", there is no box for JPG or JPEG, it just says "all files".

Thanks for your assistance. I love your site and have been a member for many years. Thanks to you I have a well-functioning laptop and Desktop. Thanks again.

Our answer
Hi Roseanne There is no such thing as PDF "pics". PDF means Portable Document Format - it's not an image file type. The most popular image formats are JPG, GIF, and PNG. So, you can't convert a PDF to JPG by opening the PDF and choosing "Save as" > "JPG" with any common programs (you can use Adobe Acrobat - and I'll get to that).

There are online file converters that will convert PDFs to JPGs. They are free and easy to use, but you have to be careful as some converters are scams that try to entice you to download something you probably won't want on your computer.

I just tested two converters that worked and are safe.

Here's one:

Here's another:

If you have Adobe Acrobat (not free - expensive) you can convert PDF files to JPG file. Not sure it would be worth $15 to $20 a month to you though.

I hope this helps you, Roseanne.
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Len has a problem accessing Microsoft Outlook 2010
I can no longer access my Outlook 2010. The following error message appears: "OUTLOOK.EXE-Entry Point Not Found. The procedure entry point EnumCalendarinfoExEx could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll." I have tried, without success, to correct the problem with System Restore. Can you offer a solution that will allow me to retrieve my Outlook 2010? Look forward to your reply. Your assistance is appreciated. Thank you. Len.

Our answer
Hi Len. I'm not certain because I've not looked at your computer, but my guess is your problem was caused by a buggy Windows update for MS Office.

Read the information on this page.

According to that article, the fix for your problem is to download and install update 4461585 from this link.

After you install the update, you will need to restart your computer before the changes will take effect.

Let me know if this solves your problem.

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Mary wants to know about Total AV

Love you guys! Thanks for all the info, suggestions and help you provide via your newsletters! I was wondering what you think of this article and Total AV?

Thanks for taking the time to answer my question.

Our answer
Hi Mary. Thanks very much. I think that the article was one big affiliate advertisement trying to sell Total AV. From reading it, you would think Total AV will protect you from everything - hackers, identity theft, etc. and that is total poppycock. Total AV is not free, although you'd have a hard time figuring that out from that article. That article goes to great lengths to hide the fact Total AV is not free. The only thing free is the download.

Total AV is a scammy security program made by the same people who sold and promoted ScanGuard (a notorious scamware & fake security product, of which we wrote about many times. See this article for example.

Total AV is not only a questionable program, but the company that makes also uses deception to sell its products. See this page for example.

They give you a special deal! Only $29! Read the fine print. It will automatically renew for $99. And they'll charge your credit card automatically. Here's the fine print:

"Promotional prices are available to new customers for the initial term only. All services automatically renew at the regular rate using the same payment method, unless you request a change. Prices exclude VAT"

So the entire article you sent to us to review is not only full of questionable - and false information, it's a big advertisement for Total AV written by someone who is making money from every sale of Total AV. Total AV is a kissing cousin of infamous ScanGuard.

Not only would I advise you to steer clear of Total AV, but I'd also advise you to steer clear of that website. I have a feeling most everything on that site was written to sell something.

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Quick Tip: How to Hide Your Mouse Pointer While Typing
Windows 10 (all versions)

Have you ever noticed how distracting your mouse pointer can be, especially when you are typing? Don't you wish there is a way for it to go away so you don't have to stop every so often just to move the mouse pointer? Here's how to hide the mouse pointer while you're typing. We find this setting helps by hiding the cursor when typing thus making it easier to type without distractions.

1. Type CONTROL in the taskbar search
2. Make sure your Control Panel is set to Icon view (top right)
3. Click "Mouse".
4. Click the "Pointer Options" tab.
5. Check "Hide pointer while typing" box under "Visibility".

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That's all there is to it!

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How to Find Your Wireless Network Password
Windows 10 (all versions)

Everyone should be using a WiFi password for their home network. And most of us do. And most of us let Windows remember that password for us, so we don’t have to type it in whenever we boot up and connect. But sometimes, for instance, when setting up another computer, a tablet, or a smartphone, you may need to know the network password. And if you don’t remember what it was, you’ll be fumbling around trying to get those other devices connected.

Thankfully, it is really easy to find your network password. All you need to do is enter in a simple command and in just a minute or two you’ll know what your network password is.

Here’s how you do it:

Step one: Type CMD in the taskbar search. Then right-click on Command Prompt and click on Run as administrator.

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Step two: Enter the following command, at the prompt in the Command Prompt windows. Substitute your WiFi network name for my network name OMAHA. Don’t worry: network names are not case sensitive in Windows.

netsh wlan show profile name=OMAHA key=clear

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Above: My network password showing in plain text.  It's next to "Key Content". No! You can’t see it! I blurred it! I don't want EB using my Wi-Fi. Are you crazy?

If you don’t know the name of your network, you can find it in the Network & Sharing Center. You can find Network & Sharing Center in the Control Panel or Settings > Network & Internet > Network and Sharing Center.

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How to Quickly Clear the Windows Clipboard
Windows 10 (all versions)

Whenever you copy sensitive data to your clipboard, it’s always a good idea to clear it right away. For example, if you’ve copied your credit card number to the clipboard, you don’t want to leave it there. The simplest way to remove it is to copy something else to the clipboard as the default Windows clipboard only stores one clip at a time.  

But there are other ways to do it too and we’re going to show you three of them that will force clear the Windows clipboard quickly.

1. Right-click on the Windows 10 Start button, click “Run” and type or copy & paste the following command

cmd /c “echo off | clip”

And press Enter.

2. Type CMD in taskbar search and press Enter. At the prompt, type

cmd /c “echo off | clip”

and press Enter

3. Create a Windows batch file (.bat).

Open Notepad and type the following command:

cmd /c “echo off | clip”

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Save the file with a .bat extension. Be careful now. Notepad saves everything as a text file by default, so be careful here or your batch file won’t work.  Type the file name as Clear-Clipboard.bat (or whatever you want to name it) and then choose “Save file as” and use the arrow to deselect “Text Documents (*txt) and select “All Files”.

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Above: In the “Save as type” dialog, click the down arrow at the right edge and choose “All Files”.

Now save your file anywhere you like. I saved mine to my desktop.

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Now, anytime you want to clear the Windows clipboard, just click on the batch file you just created.

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How to Use Keyboard Shortcuts to Change File Explorer Views
Windows 10 (all versions)

Hey, keyboard shortcut fans! Did you know that you can change they way File Explorer displays files and folders using keyboard shortcuts?  

Open File Explorer (Windows Key + E) and try these.

CTRL+SHIFT+1 = Extra Large Icon View

CTRL+SHIFT+2 = Large Icon View

CTRL+SHIFT+3 = Medium Icon View

CTRL+SHIFT+4 = Small Icon View

CTRL+SHIFT+5 = List View

CTRL+SHIFT+6 = Details View

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Keyboard shortcut fans, rejoice!  And for the rest of you, now you know another way to change file and folder views in File Explorer.

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We reviewed SpeechTexter several years ago, and it was pretty good then. We took another look at it today and it's vastly improved. In short, it’s exceptional. It deserves another look especially if you’d rather talk than type – or if it is easier for you to talk than type.

A lot of people are amazed by dictation software. I know I am. I can remember being in my grandpa’s office and looking at a really strange machine and being Amazed. I was about 5 or 6. It was called a Dictaphone. If you don’t know what a Dictaphone is, then you’re too young to understand. They call them cassette recorders now. But Dictaphones were odd-looking things. I was impressed with them when I was a child.

So, it is no wonder I’m impressed with digital speech to text software. There’s a gazillion of -them out there right now. SpeechTexter that recognizes over 60 languages. Since I speak only 1.1 languages — I can say ‘where is the beach” and  “where is the bathroom” in Spanish — the 6o+ language thing doesn’t make much difference to me. But some of you are bilingual and some even multilingual. If you are, then this site should appeal to you. And if you only speak one language, that’s cool too, as long as the one you speak is one of the 62 that SpeechTexter recognizes. And there’s a really good chance, since you’re reading this, that it does.

SpeechTexter is a web-app. It’s a speech-to-text application that will take whatever you say into your computer microphone and automatically convert it to text in an on-screen word processor.  From there you can copy and paste it into your text editor, word processor, email, Website, Facebook page, etc.

I tried it with my feeble attempts at Spanish and it worked great. Donde estas amigos?  Oh, and if you speak English, like I kind of do, you can choose from different versions of English, including the U.S. version of English, the English version of English, the Australian version and so on.

So how about a word from the people behind SpeechTexter? OK here you go:

SpeechTexter is used daily by students, teachers, writers, bloggers, news reporters around the world.

It will assist you in minimizing your writing efforts significantly.

Accuracy levels higher than 90% should be expected (around 95% for the English US).

It can also be used as a tool for learning a proper pronunciation of words in the foreign language, in addition to helping a person develop fluency with their speaking skills.


Powerful real-time continuous speech recognition
Creation of text notes, emails, writing of books, blog posts, etc.
Custom dictionary (you can add your own commands for punctuation, or other data), ex. “question mark” > “?”, “new line” > (ENTER key)…

Remember... you’ll need to use the Google Chrome browser to use SpeechTexter. I tried it with the new Edge, Brave, Epic – all chromium browsers, but SpeechTexter worked only in Chrome.

Give it a try right now. We’re pretty sure you’ll find it types what you speak very well. Visit

You talk. It types.

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Above: SpeechTexter understands my horrible Spanish. And does a good job typing what I speak. And Grammar cops will surely notice I forgot some possessive apostrophes – but that was my fault. And the red lines? Those were put there by Grammarly, which sometimes knows not what it does.

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You’ll be amazed at how well SpeechTexter types what you speak. Don’t take my word for it. If you have Google Chrome installed, fire it up and go to SpeechTexter and give it a whirl!

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I’m Just Killing Time

You don’t have time to read this and I don’t have time to write this. I don’t have time to do anything I want to do because I am too busy doing things I have to do – or too busy doing the things I want to do that I don’t have time to do the things I need to do. It’s all about time.

It seems I’m always killing time, wasting it and running out of it. Someday I won’t have to worry about time. I’ll have plenty of it – or none of it. Time exists only as long as I am alive to perceive it.

It’s funny… while I’m busy killing time, time is killing me.

I stand on a rocky beach and watch the sun go down. Quietly lapping the sandy shore, the waves of water swirl up on the beach in melting, silver, glassy swells. Staring at them makes me dizzy. I stare at them anyway. The sky, streaked with shades of red, grow darker as the final minutes of the day tick away. Tick, tick, tick, tick. Another day in my life ends on some deserted beach, in this tiny, forgotten, corner of the incomprehensibly vast universe – a universe so vast it hurts to contemplate it. I do it anyway and my head hurts. It’s just a dream, I think – and we always have time to dream, don’t we?

The first rays of morning light jolt me. I get up. I have lots of things to do today. I have so much to do that I really don’t have time to wait for the coffee...

Please read the rest of this essay here.

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What's the first thing I should do if I start to have problems with my computer?

This will be, mercifully, one of the shortest answers you'll ever see written by TC.

The first thing you should do if you start having computer problems is:

Restart Your Computer.

If the problem is not solved, shut your computer down - power it off - and leave it off for 3 - 4 minutes, then power it up.

That's it. You'd be surprised how many problems these 2 simple steps can fix.

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Volume 17 Number 21
March 13, 2020

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