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Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly
Issue #928
Volume 18 Number 38
July 23, 2021

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Allen uses OE Classic and wants to know about blocking senders, etc.
I'm using OE Classic Pro 3.2 for my email program. It has two options for blocking junk mail. Which is best to use/ Block by username or Block by user Domain? Thanks!

Our answer
Hi Allen. Blocking by sender is safer but blocking by domain is more effective. A warning though: You should only block a domain if you're sure that no one or no company you know would ever use the domain. You'd never want to block domains like, or any major ISP like,,, etc. so be careful.

That being said, there are times when blocking a domain is very effective and will not result in any good email going to the Junk folder. Let's say you're getting spam from a company called Acanna, and you block all mail from From then on, all mail that was sent from will go to your Junk folder. But let's say Acanna uses many email addresses -- for instance and you block by sender, it will just put anything coming from into your Junk folder. But the next day they send an email from - and the following day they send, those emails mail will go into your Inbox. But if you blocked domain "" all emails from would go to your Junk folder.

Now, excuse me... I'm going to grab Acanna beer!

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Stanley wants to know about bandwidth and connection speed

I am rather confused about the difference between band width and speed. I was under the impression that the time taken to get a web page was analogous to a water pipe. The rate of getting a website (water received) was dependent on speed (water pressure) and bandwidth (diameter of water pipe). However, in your very interesting freeware pick it seems that speed and bandwidth are the same thing. Regards, Stanley.

Our answer
Hi Stanley. Actually, these were site picks and there were five of them. The Cloudeight Site Picks article was titled "Five Good Internet Speed Testing Sites".  We didn't mention bandwidth at all. I see that one of the sites (at least) claimed to measure bandwidth but I take that with grain of salt.

Bandwidth is often mistaken for internet speed. Bandwidth is actually the volume of information that can be sent over a connection in a measured amount of time. This is usually shown as download speed and upload speed but that is not bandwidth.

But let's use water as an example, since that was your analogy. The speed of your internet connection is the speed at which data downloads to your device and uploads from your device to servers on the Internet. Bandwidth is the amount (volume) of data your connection can carry before it slows down. Think of bandwidth this way. A garden hose vs. a fire hose. Water flows just as fast through a garden hose as it does through a fire hose (theoretically), but there's a big difference between the volume of water each can carry. A fire hose has great deal more "bandwidth" than the garden hose, although the speed of the water flow remains the same with each.

Bandwidth does not matter so much if you have only one or two devices in your home using your wireless Internet connection... but if you have several smart TVs, tablets, smartphones, computers and other Internet-connected devices in your home all using the Internet at the same time, then you're going to need a lot of bandwidth, or your connection speed will slow considerably. Think of watering a garden vs. putting out a house fire.

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Tammy wants us to recommend a good file recovery program
Hi. What do you recommend to recover files that were accidentally deleted? I am looking for a freeware program, but I would pay for a file recovery program if there aren't any good free ones. I love your newsletters and your tips! Thanks, Tammy S.

Our answer
Hi Tammy. We've tested a lot of file recovery programs and my favorite is one called Puran File Recovery.

It's a former Cloudeight freeware pick. You can read more about Puran File Recovery here.

You can use wildcards to find file types - I found wildcards work exceptionally well. Also, its deep scan feature is supposed to help you to recover data from formatted drives. I have not tested this feature, but it sounds like a great feature.

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Dianne cannot see thumbnails only icons.
Thanks in advance for giving my little frustration with photos in Windows 10. Recently, something changed in my laptop so that when I want to upload pictures, many of the pictures show just the general picture icon vs. a thumbnail of the actual picture. It's just annoying not to see what picture I'm uploading; having to open the picture file first rather than simply uploading.

I have a new Lenovo Yoga which I love, but the online help couldn't seem to help other than to suggest doing a backup on an external drive then they would do a clean reset. Of course, I'm running to you before I do anything! Thanks as always, Dianne

Our answer
Hi Dianne. Thanks so much. Type FOLDER OPTIONS in taskbar search. When you see "File Explorer Options" in the search results, press Enter or click "Open". In Folder Options dialog, click on the "View" tab at the top and make sure that "Always show icons, never thumbnails" is unchecked (OFF). Then click the "Apply to Folders" button and click "Apply/OK" (at the bottom).

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Restart your computer. If you still don't see thumbnails, run the File & Folder troubleshooter from Microsoft. See this page for more info.

Let us know if this helps you, Dianne.

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Mario keeps getting an annoying BSOD
I keep getting an annoying Blue screen that says "Stop code
system service exemption. Automatic restart". What's going on?

Our answer.
Hi Mario. Blue screens and almost always caused by driver issues. If you have a driver updater program installed, you need to uninstall it.
You can also try the Windows Blue Screen troubleshooter to diagnose the problem. To do this, please read our article here.

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Dan wonders what Microsoft is up to with Windows 11
Hi Darcy and TC. Concerning Windows 11. I don't understand how Microsoft can create a new operating system that is not going to work with millions and millions of computers out there in the world. How are schools and poor people going to be able to use a computer when coming 2025 their computers will no longer be safe to use. I don't understand this. Is there an actual workaround so computers will work or is everybody in the world or most people in the world going to have to buy a new computer that is capable of running Windows 11?

My computer, a Dell, is about four years old now but when I checked to see if it would run Windows 11, it won't run it. It has none of those things in it that make it compatible with Windows 11 I just don't understand this. I don't understand how Microsoft can do this. It should almost be against the law.

Anyway, just a little rant. What's your take on this? Am wrong about this? Just wondering. Thanks. Dan

Our answer
Hi Dan. Microsoft, like Google, Ford, General Motors, etc. can do whatever they want to do. It's their company They are in business to make money for their shareholders. And us? Heck, we're not financial geniuses :-) and we have no idea how this decision will increase or decrease Microsoft's bottom line, and we certainly don't know the corporate thinking that went into this decision. Windows 11 was originally supposed to be Windows 10 "Sun Valley".

And people seem to overlook so frequently, Windows 10 will remain viable, updated, supported and secure until October 14, 2025. And no Windows 10 user will be forced to upgrade to Windows 11.

Microsoft released Windows 10 in July 2015 and they're supporting it until October 2025 - that's over 10 years of support. That seems pretty fair to us consider they average life of a PC is seven to eight years.

Windows 95 was released in 1995, Windows 98 was released in 1998, Windows ME, in 2000, Windows XP in 2001. Windows Vista in 2007, Windows 7 in 2009, Windows 8 in 2012, and Windows 10 in 2015.

And when you look at the facts, Microsoft supported Windows 7 for ten years (2009-2019) and will support Windows 8x for 11 years (2012 to 2023) and Windows 10 for ten years (2015 to 2025). The last three versions of Windows (Windows 7, Windows 8x and Windows 10) were/are supported much longer than any of the older versions of Windows.

Additionally, Microsoft allowed Windows 7 and Windows 8x users to upgrade to Windows 10 for free. And for those who can run it, the Windows 11 upgrade will be free too.

And finally, just because some test said your computer won't support Windows 11 at this point (before it's even released), doesn't mean that it won't support Windows 11 by the time it is released. Microsoft is already hedging and considering allowing 7th generation processors in addition to 8th generation processers (and newer). It's likely that at least some of the "minimum" requirements will be relaxed a bit before the actual launch of Windows 11 sometime this coming autumn. And of course, there will be oodles of registry hacks and tricks that will be published showing how to install Windows 11 on a computer that purportedly cannot run it. It's already started... read this, and this.  Where there's a will, there's a way.

But hold on! We're not recommending any registry hacks or tricks to bypass Windows 11 system requirements - just telling you what is out there.

The way we look at it, our computers, even if they won't run Windows 11 can safely run Windows 10. And if we were not in the business we are in it, it wouldn't bother us at all to keep running Windows 10 until October 2024. By then my nine-year-old Dell will be 13 years old (don't think it's gonna make it) and my five-year-old ASUS will be 9 years old.

If you like Windows 10 and you're happy with it, why not just keep using it until you're ready to get a new computer? Four plus years is a long time in the land of computers.

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Daniel wants to know the best free substitutes for MS Office
What is the best free substitute for Microsoft Office?

Our answer
Hi Daniel. We have three-and-a-half suggestions for you. See our article here.

On that page you'll find three (and a half) free, excellent replacements for Microsoft Office. One of those should be just what you're looking for.

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Sharon wants to know what she can do to her PC so it can run Windows 11
I ran the WhyNotWin11 download and the TPM Version is shown to be missing/disabled. I have no idea what that is. Also, the only other thing is CPU Compatibility is shown to be not currently listed as compatible. My CPU is an Intel(R) Core (TM) i7-4770 CPU @ 3.40GHz 3.40 GHz. Is there anything I can or need to do to be compatible whenever I choose to go to Windows 11? Thank you so much. You two are the only ones I trust with my computer.

Our answer
Hi Sharon. Thanks so much. TPM (Trusted Platform Module) is a chip on the computer motherboard makes the computer more secure. Windows 11 requires TPM 2.0.

If TPM is showing missing or disabled your computer won't be able to run Windows 11. Generally, a computer that is older than 4 years will not run Windows 11.

Windows 11 only support 8th generation processors (CPUs) and newer. Yours is a 4th generation processor -although it's a good one.

My advice is not to worry about it right now. Windows 10 is good for 4+ years and will be updated and supported until Oct. 14, 2021. And Microsoft is starting to loosen some restrictions already -- and Windows 11 is still months away. And you won't be forced to upgrade to Windows 11.

We hope this helps you, Sharon.

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Five Easy Tips That We Use Almost Every Day
Windows 10 (all versions)

Here are 5 Windows tips we use almost every day. These tips save time and are super-easy. Today, we’re going to share these five with you.

1: Bring up the Lock Screen in Windows 10

If you press the Windows Key + L, it will bring up the lock screen in Windows 10.  If you use a password Windows Key + L will “lock” your Window 10 PC until you enter your password or PIN.

2: Make any word or phrase a hyperlink

If you want to make a link out of a word or a phrase, like “Visit our InfoAve Website“, it’s super easy to do. Select the word or words you want to make into a hyperlink and press CTRL+K. A dialog will appear. In the dialog type or paste the URL (web site address) and press Enter. If you did that correctly, the word or words you highlighted are now a clickable hyperlink. This works with most word processors and email programs. It also works in Gmail. Try it!

3: Open a new instance of a program with just the click of your mouse

Did you know on most computer mice, you can click the scroll wheel? You can and we call the “middle mouse button”. If you middle-click on the taskbar of an open program, it will open a new instance of that program. Try it. It works with Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Edge Dev, Notepad, File Explorer (Windows 10), (Windows Explorer in Windows 7), Thunderbird, and many other programs. This will work with any program that allows multiple instances to run.

4: Open Task Manager with a keyboard shortcut

Just press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC and Task Manager will open.

5: Hide all open windows in a hurry

If you want to clear all open windows from your screen quickly, press the Windows Key and the M key; to reopen them again, press Windows Key+SHIFT+ M.

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The Saga of the Blurry Lock Screen or the Windows 10 Acrylic Effect
Windows 10 (all supported versions)

We’ve had a lot of emails from people who are wondering why the picture on the Windows 10 Login screen is blurry. This is called the “Acrylic effect” and it’s supposed to make Windows cooler. But many of you don’t agree and find the blurred login screen background annoying because it looks like something’s wrong with your PC, but it’s just Windows trying to be cool.

Here’s my login screen with the “Acrylic effect” – in other words, a blurry background picture.

Windows 10 Tips & Tricks - Acrylic effect

If you’d you like to turn off the Acrylic effect and have a clear background picture on your login screen here’s what you need to do.

1.) Right-click on an empty area of your desktop and choose “Personalize”.

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2.) Personalization settings will open. Click on “Colors” in the menu on the left side.

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3.) Turn “Transparency effects” Off and close “Settings”

4.) To check your Login Screen, hold down the Windows key and tap the L key. Click the Lock screen and you’ll see your Login screen. You’ll see that the background picture on the Login screen is not blurred. No Acrylic effect. 

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If you ever want the Acrylic effect back, just turn Transparency effects back on.  

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More About Windows 11
All Windows Users

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A lot of you are frustrated with Microsoft’s broken promise. You know the promise … that Windows 10 would be the last numbered version of Windows. When Windows 11 was announced in June 2021, it surprised a lot of people, although the rumors at that time were fast and furious that Windows 11 was coming.

And a lot of us are disappointed that the computers we’re using now won’t run Windows 11. And that means that a lot of people are going to have to make a choice – buy a new computer that will run Windows 11 or continue to use Windows 10 until the end of its support on October 14, 2025. Or... using one of the many workarounds that allow advanced users to circumvent the stringent Windows 11 requirements. 

And for those of you who can run Windows 11 or who are contemplating buying a new Windows 11 computer later this year, we want you to know that we will be featuring tips and tricks for Windows 11 just as we have done for all versions of Windows since Windows 95. And don’t worry, we’ll continue to feature tips and tricks for Windows 10 too.

Yes… you’ll be able to run your favorite programs on Windows 11

There are rumors that Windows 11 won’t run a lot of the programs that worked on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10. But those rumors are not true. Except for some programs such as desktop gadgets, Windows Media Center, and Internet Explorer, almost all of the programs you used on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 will run on Windows 11.

Finally, Microsoft has updated its list of processors that will support Windows 11. So far, though the rumors have been flying, Microsoft still has not said whether it will support 7th generation processors. Right now, Windows 11 only supports 8th generation processors and newer.

For a complete list of processors that support Windows 11, see this page.

We will continue to keep you updated about Windows 11. There is still no firm release date, but most experts think Windows 11 will be released in October or November. We bet that it will be released in October so that Windows 11 computers will be available in stores in time for the Christmas shopping season.

And don’t worry, if you’re planning on running Windows 11, we will start featuring tips and tricks for Windows 11 when it’s released to the public.

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Search Everything Faster with Everything

As far as I know — or for as long as I can remember, at least — Windows has always had a search feature. It’s not always been particularly good. And it’s certainly not the fastest. In Windows XP and Vista, the Windows search feature was not very good and certainly not very fast. Windows 7 brought some improvements – as did Windows 8x and Windows 10. But Windows search is still not as fast as it should be, not as thorough as it could be, and not as fast Everything search – a free search program for Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 (all versions).

Everything Search

Everything is not new; it’s been around for a long time. It’s from Voidtools. The developer, David Carpenter, is so sure you’ll like Everything search, he is willing to put his name and his email address on the Everything website – and that says a lot about the program and the developer.

We had featured Everything before. But this week we were reminded of Everything by Cloudeight subscriber Dawn who asked us to do everyone a favor by featuring it again.

After Dawn reminded us of Everything, I decided to check it out again. ‘And once again, I found it to be exceptional. It is an amazingly fast and thorough search engine for Windows. It makes it easy to find whatever you’re looking for on your computer.

I did a couple of quick tests. And Everything produced great search results instantly. We looked for all files on my laptop with the “white.mid” in their names in the first test. Everything found, well, everything with “white.mid” in its name in the blink of an eye.

Cloudeight Freeware Pick - Everything Search

And in another test, I just looked for all PDF files on my laptop. I have PDF files on this old laptop going back to 2013. I have saved quite a few in the last eight years. To find them all, I used the wildcard * (that is *.PDF) to search for all PDF files. In less than 2 seconds it found every PDF file on my laptop – and there are a whole lot of them. The search results can be ordered by name, date, type, etc. Below you can see Everything is showing all PDF files on my laptop by name.

Cloudeight Freeware Pick - Everything Search

So, with our tests completed successfully, it’s time to bring in David Carpenter, the developer of Everything, to answer your questions:

What is “Everything”?

“Everything” is search engine that locates files and folders by filename instantly for Windows.

Unlike Windows search “Everything” initially displays every file and folder on your computer (hence the name “Everything”).

You type in a search filter to limit what files and folders are displayed.

How long will it take to index my files?

“Everything” only indexes file and folder names and generally takes a few seconds to build its database.

A fresh install of Windows 10 (about 120,000 files) will take about 1 second to index.

1,000,000 files will take about 1 minute.

Does Everything search file contents?

Yes, “Everything” can search file content with the content: search function.

File content is not indexed, searching content is slow.

Does “Everything” hog my system resources?

No, “Everything” uses very little system resources.

A fresh install of Windows 10 (about 120,000 files) will use about 14 MB of ram and less than 9 MB of disk space.

1,000,000 files will use about 75 MB of ram and 45 MB of disk space.

Does “Everything” monitor file system changes?

Yes, “Everything” does monitor file system changes.

Your search windows will reflect changes made to the file system.

Is “Everything” free?

Yes, “Everything” is Freeware..."

If you want to read more about Everything, visit this page.

Everything is available for download as a portable app or with an installer. It’s available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions. You can download Everything from this page. 

If you don’t know if have a 32-bit or 64-bit computer and you’re using Windows 10, type ABOUT in taskbar search. Click on “About your PC” when you see it appear in the search results. Look next to “System type” when the “About your PC” page opens.

If you’re looking for a faster, better way to find files on your Windows PC, give “Everything” a try. It’s fast, free, and it’s not bundled with anything else, and it contains no malware or badware. And you’ll be happy to know the author does not play whack-a-mole with the download links.

And should you have any questions or problems, David Carpenter puts his name and email address on the Everything website.

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The Old Man and Me

I was talking to a friend the other day about life and death. No, it was not a seriously morose discussion. We talk about morbid stuff a lot.

But after some discussion, the basic question was distilled down to — “Would you rather die alone or have a bunch of people – family, friends, whoever – sitting by your bedside watching you breathe your final breaths and break free of the bonds of your earthly coil?”

I know this is a serious matter to some folks. I guess I don’t understand why anyone would be comforted by a bunch of people watching you die, even if you dearly loved them. I mean, why would you want their last memory of you to be a memory of you sucking in your last breath?


Anyway, I think I would rather people remember me walking down the street wearing my old, beat-up, sweat-stained baseball cap, or me at a ball game, or me on the computer, or me eating a bagel than gasping my last allotted breaths in some stuffy, sick-smelling, darkened room.

And all those thoughts reminded me of an old man...

Please read the rest of this essay here.

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Cloudeight InfoAve Premium - Back to Basics

Two Back to Basic Tips

1.  Where's my Print Screen key?

a.)   Are you having a problem finding the Print Screen key? On many keyboards, especially laptops, it is abbreviated as PrtScr and on others PrtScr.

b.)   When you see two commands on one key, the shift key enables the lower command. That kind of seems backward, doesn't it? I think the reason is that your eyes tend to focus on the top command first, and the top command is the command that would most likely be used most often. For example, the question mark is on top with the slash below it on the same key. You would have to use the Shift key and click the ? key for a slash. The keyboard powers-that-be thought people would use the question mark more that than they would the slash. Before the Internet, they may have been right, but now? ¿Quien sabe?

2.  Things to remember when changing your email address

We get a lot of emails informing us of an email address change. Here a few tips to remember when changing your email address:

a.)   Don't use your old email address to email your contacts to tell them you are changing your email address. Use the new one.

b.)   If you have a PayPal account, be sure you log in to PayPal and add your new email address, and then remove the old one.

c.).  Most newsletters have a way to change your address and it's usually located at or near the bottom of the newsletter.

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