Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly |
Volume 18 Number 39
July 30, 2021
Welcome to Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly Issue #929. Thank you very much for
subscribing and for being a part of our Cloudeight family. We appreciate
your friendship and support very much! Please share our newsletters and
our website with your friends and family.
If you're not getting our InfoAve Daily newsletter, you're
missing out on a lot of good stuff!
It's free and it only takes a few seconds to sign up. We'd love to
have you with us.
this page to sign up for our Cloudeight InfoAve Daily Newsletter.
Cloudeight SeniorPass Summer Special is available all our friends 55 and
For a limited time only, we're offer our
SeniorPass for $10 off plus we're including two new included services.
Not only will you get one year of unlimited computer repair and support
and all the other great services included with our SeniorPass (see
this page), during our SeniorPass summer special we're including
free setup of OE Classic (free version/one email account) and free
installation & setup of Emsisoft AntiMalware with free 3-month license.
Plus, we're taking $10 off the regular price of our SeniorPass.
You'll get one-year of computer care & repair and
all the other benefits of our SeniorPass, PLUS free setup of OE
Classic (free version/one email account), free setup and installation of
Emsisoft AntiMalware, plus we're knocking $10 off the price of our
SeniorPass - for a limited time only.
If you're 55 or older, this is a deal you can't
Get all of the above for just $89 - but only for a limited time!
Ann's friend said her HP printer won't work without Adobe
This is for a friend. She has a windows HP Windows 10 computer and uses
an HP Printer. She said her printer will not work without Adobe Flash
Player. What is the simplest way to fix this? She knows nothing about
computers other than to use one and I'm too far away to help her.
Hi Ann. HP Printers (or any other brand of printer) do not need Adobe
Flash player to work. If her printer is not working, it's not because of
the demise of Adobe Flash Player. It's because it's not set up
correctly. The best way to fix it is to get her printer model and go to
the www.hp.com website and look up her model of printer and then
download the software for it. Before she sets up her computer again,
she'll need remove current printer from Windows by going to Settings >
Devices > Printers and scanners, click on the HP printer she wants to
re-install and she'll see a "Remove device" button appear. She should
click on that. Then restart her computer and set up the printer exactly
as she did when she first got it.
If you need more help (or if she needs more help), let us know.
Sharon read our article on freeware and wants to know about Privacy
I read your article about freeware. Can privacy badge be used when I
have Emsisoft installed? I love Emsisoft will not change it. Thanks,
Hi Sharon. Privacy Badger is not an antivirus or antimalware, it's a
popup blocker and privacy enhancer. So, Emsisoft and Privacy Badger
don't do the same thing, and they actually complement each other.
Richard has an old 1TB HDD (Hard Drive) and wants to use it in
Good Morning my two longtime friends. If I have an HDD from another
computer (2Tb) and want to clear all partitions on that HDD so I can put
it into my Desktop (send bay) to use as a backup of my "System" and File
History. Or put it into an external HDD enclosure so that I could either
a) use it as a backup for 3 computers - My wife's desktop, my desktop,
and my laptop. or b) put it on my router - perhaps with a network path -
so that all three computers can be saved without having to move it
I know this is a "Tall Order" but you two friends might know how to do
it; or can direct me to a site that would explain it. Is it all possible
that you can do it through one of your programs??? I would certainly be
willing to support you two - as I have in the past - by purchasing that
program. Though I started on computers when they were first birthed,
(fist computer was MS Dos) at almost 85 yrs. old, I think I've forgotten
more than I knew.
Please advise - I highly respect your advice and direction. Retired
Pastor and former dBase programmer, Rich.
Hi Rich, thanks for your nice comments. You have many different
questions here and I'm not certain exactly what you're trying to do. So,
I'm just going to guess and do the Cloudeight thing and give you the
simplest, easiest answer.
You can buy an external enclosure for your HDD and essentially make a USB
external hard drive out of it. Once you do that, you can use Windows
Disk Management to remove the partition (combine them into one
partition) however, if you've never use Windows Disk Management before
you'd find it easier to use a partition manager like MiniTool's
Partition Wizard (Free). Partition Wizard makes it easy to create
partitions or combine partitions.
Here's an excellent tutorial on how to make an external hard drive
from an HDD. You can do it in about 10 minutes. All you need to buy is
an external case which you can buy from any computer store or Amazon or
other online computer supply stores. These cases include a power supply,
an interface adapter, and a method of mounting an HDD (either 3.5-inch or
Here's an external case for about $23 from Amazon that supports both
2.5 and 3.5-inch HDDs).
If this does not answer all your questions, it should at least narrow
the field for you and get you headed in the right direction. Let us know
if this helps you.
Gordon has a warning for all computer users
SCAM - on my wife's computer. She received a message on her cell called
a "confirmation of charges" ($299.08), so we went to her computer and
her Gmail account. There we saw the email in its entirety. The charge
was from Sam Server for purchase of McAfee security software. My wife's
name was listed in the CCs. The odd thing about this, was the only
contact information to SAM, was a 5xx phone prefix to call for
questions. The first calls we made were to her credit card companies,
who reported no charges on her account. Next, we sent copies of the
email to their sites that collected suspicious documents. Then we
deleted the email from her devices. We are certain that this was an
introduction to a ransomware threat. I thought you might like an example
to share. Thank you for all you do - you are unique.
Our answer (comments)
Hi Gordon. Thanks for sending this. We cannot emphasize enough or often
enough that ransomware and identity theft do not happen because a hacker
sneaks onto your computer; ninety-nine percent of the time they happen
because someone clicks a link in a spam or scam email.
Again, thanks for sharing your experience. Let's hope that it helps
others be more careful when clicking links in email - even if that email
looks familiar (from banks, stores, financial institutions, governmental
entities). If you're not positive, these kinds of counterfeit emails can
be vectors for malware, scams, identity theft, and ransomware.
THANK YOU FOR HELPING US!
When you support us with small gift, you help us continue our mission to
keep you informed, separate the truth from the hyperbole, and help you
stay safer online. Plus, our computer tips make your computer easier to
Did you know that we provide support to thousands of people? Every week
we help dozens of people via email at no charge. The questions and
answers you see in our newsletters are from the email answers and help
we provide to everyone free of charge.
Thanks to your gifts, we do a lot more than provide this free
newsletter. We help you recognize online threats, fight for your online
privacy, provide you with the knowledge you need to navigate the Web
safely, provide you with suggestions for safe, free software and
websites, and help you get more out of your PC.
Please Help us keep up the good fight with a small gift.
Interested in making an automatic monthly gift?
Visit this page.
Help us keep helping you... and helping you stay safe on the Web.
Jeanne wants to know our opinion of the Vivaldi browser
What is your opinion of the Vivaldi browser? Thank you for your time.
Hi Jeanne. Quite a while ago we recommended
the Vivaldi browser. It several new features now, but if you're
asking if it's safe or not - yes, it is safe.
Vivaldi, along with Brave, Opera, Iridium, Microsoft Edge, Google
Chrome, etc. are all built using the Chromium browser engine. So, you
can be sure that Vivaldi will perform well. But I can't tell you if you
will like it or not. So, try it - it won't hurt anything. You can install
as many browsers as you want, just make sure you make your favorite
browser your default. Then you can use the other installed browsers
whenever you want. I use Chrome most of the time, but I also use Firefox
and Edge, plus have three or four other browsers installed as well.
It won't hurt anything to try Vivaldi and test it for yourself. It's
free and it is safe. You can
download Vivaldi here.
Doug has questions about a large System Volume Information
file on one of his external drives
I have a 1 terabyte drive that is not a system drive. It says that the
system volume information occupies almost 300 Gigabytes of space. I have
two other Terabyte drives that have system volume information that is in
the Kilobyte range. Can this be reduced?
Hi Doug. System Volume Information is used, among other things, to store
Windows restore points and Volume Shadow Copies which can be take up a
lot of space. But you say it is not a system drive. and I do not know
what you are (or were) using it for. If you were using it for System
Restore, you can turn off System Restore for that drive or reduce the
space allowed for System Restore points if you're still using that drive
for that purpose. Better yet, you can also clean up old System Restore
points, Volume Shadow Copies, and other old Windows files by
following the instructions in our tutorial here. The tutorial was
written for cleaning up drive C:\ (Windows drive) but you can use it to
clean up any drive.
We hope this helps you, Doug.
Thomas is helping a friend who lost his Microsoft account
I've been subscribing to your newsletter for a number of years, thank
you for all you do. your help is greatly appreciated. my question is I'm
trying to help a friend who is trying to bypass the password requirement
for logging into his computer. The problem is he does not know his
Microsoft account password, although he does know his pin number. Is
there a way to find his Microsoft account password with just his pin
number without resetting his password? thank you for all you do your
help is greatly appreciated. God bless, Thomas.
Hi Thomas. Thanks for your nice comments and your support.
If he has a Microsoft account such as @outlook.com or @hotmail.com etc.
he can reset his password. He can't find his password using a PIN
a Microsoft page with all the details about resetting a Microsoft
account password. That page explains all the ways and steps to take
to reset a lost password.
We hope this helps you help your friend, Thomas!
Delores doesn't use Skype and wants to get rid of it
I don't like Skype and don't use it. I have tried to get rid of Skype,
but I can't find a way to do it.
Is there any way I can remove Skype from my computer?
Hi Delores. It's easy to remove Skype from Windows 10. And while you
cannot remove all Microsoft (Store) apps, this way, you can remove
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)
That's all there is to uninstalling Skype.
We hope this helps you, Delores.
The Best Computer
Care and Repair - Anywhere!
We can fix your computer while you watch. You never have to leave
your home. Just sit back, relax, and watch us work.
Get PC service
from folks you trust at the best prices you'll find anywhere.
Get more information
Windows 10 File Explorer Tips and
Windows 10 (all versions)
File Explorer is the default file browser in Windows 10. Prior to
Windows 8, we all knew it as Windows Explorer. Most of us use File
Explorer every day. Here are some tips and tricks that you can use with
File Explorer that you may not already know.
Hide the Ribbon
If you want File Explorer to look more like the old
Windows Explorer, or if you want to see more files and folders in File
Explorer, you can quickly hide (or show) the File Explorer Ribbon.
Open the File Explorer and use the CTRL+F1 keyboard shortcut to show
or hide the File Explorer ribbon. it’s just that easy!
Above: Windows 10 File Explorer with the ribbon
Above: File Explorer without the ribbon.
Open Websites from File Explorer
Many people don’t know this, but you
can use File Explorer to open a website.
Try it right now! Open the File Explorer, press
Ctrl+F3 to go to directly to the address bar and type Google.com, then
Keep in mind the site will open in your default browser.
Rotate Pictures and Set Your Desktop Background with File Explorer
don’t need to open a picture file with your default image viewer or
Photos app to rotate it. You can change a picture’s orientation right
inside of the File Explorer.
And you can also set any photo as your Windows desktop background
using Picture tools in File Explorer.
To rotate a picture, select it, click the Picture
Tools tab. (Note: The Pictures Tools tab won’t appear unless you have
first selected a picture.)
You can rotate it right or left. You can also set any picture
as your desktop background.
4 Ways to Close File Explorer
Almost everyone knows you can close File
Explorer by clicking on the X in the top right corner. You can also
close File Explorer or any active window by using the Alt+F4 shortcut.
But not too many people know you can also close File Explorer by
double-clicking on the folder icon at the very left edge of the File
Explorer title bar.
And if you’ve changed your File Explorer to open to "This PC" instead
of "Quick Access" (you can learn
how to do that here), you can close File Explorer by double-clicking
on the PC icon at the far left of the title bar.
And here’s a way to close File Explorer that very
few people know. You can close File Explorer by using the Ctrl + w
Some Useful File Explorer Shortcuts
Here are some less familiar
shortcuts you can use in File Explorer:
Ctrl + Shift + N – create a new folder
Ctrl + F3 – jump to the file path in the File Explorer address
Alt + Ente r– open file or folder properties
Shift + Delete – permanently delete files
Shift + F10 – open the context menu
Why You Should Make a Windows 10
Installation DVD or USB Flash Drive
Windows 10 (all versions)
If you’re using Windows 10, you should make a Windows 10 installation
DVD or USB right now. It’s easy to do and there are many good reasons
why you should. And Microsoft makes it easy to do – at least for now.
Who knows what Microsoft will do tomorrow?
Why do you need a Windows 10 installation DVD or USB?
Here are 3 of the most important things you can do with Windows 10
installation USB or DVD:
- You can boot your computer with an installation USB or DVD if
your computer won’t boot normally
- You can access troubleshooting tools. If your PC won’t boot
normally you can boot with an installation USB or DVD and access
troubleshooting and other tools.
- You can use your Windows 10 installation USB or DVD to do a
repair installation of Windows 10 which, if completed
successfully preserves all your personal files, settings, and all
your installed programs.
First things first.
You’ll need to go to this Microsoft page, scroll down past “Update
now” and go to the section called “Create Windows 10 installation
Next, click on the blue button labeled “Download tool now”. Then,
after you’ve downloaded it, double-click on the application to run it.
When you do that, you will see the following:
When it’s done loading, click “Next” and agree to Microsoft’s terms.
Now the important stuff. Since you want to make an installation USB
or DVD, make sure that you tick the circle next to “Create installation
media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) for another PC”, then
If you’re creating installation media for the same PC you’re
using now, leave the box ticked next to “Use the recommended options for
this PC” ticked. Most of you will want to leave this box ticked click
“Next”. If you’re creating installation media for a different PC, untick
the box next to “Use the recommended options for this PC “, then select
the language, edition of Windows 10 (Windows 10, Windows 10 Pro, etc.)
and the architecture (32-bit, 64-bit) of the PC for which you’re
creating the installation media.
Next: Choose which type of installation media you want to create.
Choose USB if you have an 8GB (or larger) USB Flash Drive. A new,
never-used flash drive is best, but you can use one you’ve used before,
just keep in mind that whatever data is on the flash drive will be erased.
Choose ISO if you want to create a Windows 10 installation DVD. You can
burn the ISO file to DVD later. After you’ve made your choice, click
After you click next, go make some coffee and relax. Windows 10 media
file (ISO or USB) will take a while to download as it’s around 3.4 GB in
size. For this article I chose to download the ISO file so I can burn a
Windows 10 Installation DVD later. But either way you’re still going to
be downloading over 3 GB of data.
If you chose the USB option, follow the onscreen prompts. If you
downloaded the ISO to create a Windows 10 installation DVD disk, follow
- Insert a blank, writable DVD in the CD/DVD drive
- Right-click on the ISO file you downloaded and choose “Burn to
- We suggest you tick the box to verify the disk after burning.
And whether you choose the Windows 10 USB flash drive installation
media or the Windows 10 ISO and made a Windows 10 installation
disk, make sure you label it, so you know what it is – and keep it in a
safe place. You never know when you might need it.
How Old is Your Windows PC?
Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 (all versions)
There’s a lot of confusion about Windows 11. We have had
quite a few people asking us if there’s a way to find out when
their computers were manufactured.
Generally, computers older than four years will not run
Windows 11, but things could change. And yes, we know that there
are workarounds posted all over the web. We’re not recommending
any of them at this point.
So how old is your computer?
If you want to know when your computer was manufactured, here
is an easy way to find out
Type MSINFO32 in the taskbar search to open “System
information” and look for BIOS Version/date:
The BIOS Version/date shows the date your computer was
manufactured. In the screenshot above, you can see the laptop
I’m using is nine years old. It is running the current version
of Windows 10 (Windows 10 version 21H1). It runs so well I use
it instead of my newer one.
Please Note: There are always exceptions. If you changed your
motherboard battery or flashed (updated) your BIOS, the date
shown may not be the date your computer was manufactured.
Want more tips, tricks, and information?
We have thousands of Windows tips, tricks, and more on our InfoAve web site.
Subscribe to our free InfoAve Daily newsletter.
Now available: Reg Organizer 8.70
If you purchased or renewed Reg Organizer through Cloudeight within
the last 12 months, you're entitled to a free version upgrade to Reg
Save $14 on
Reg Organizer right now!
- A Swiss Army Knife of Windows Tools - Works Great on Windows 10!
The Cloudeight Freeware
Hall of Fame
All Windows Users
We grew up with freeware. When we first jumped on the Web
over two decades ago, almost all software was freeware. Things
have changed. But we still use and love freeware – not just
because it’s free – but because it’s good stuff. And you can’t
beat the price.
And yes, we know — there’s a lot of good freeware that is not
on this list, but we think it’s a good start.
Here is our Cloudeight Freeware Hall of Fame
All the following programs work on Windows 8.1 and Windows 10
and should work well on Windows 11 too.
- Irfanview – A super-fast photo viewer
and simple photo editor. Always one of the first things we
install when we get a new computer. Sometimes, the developer
plays games with the installer, but Irfanview always has an
option to not install anything other than Irfanview. If this
were any other program other than the best and fastest image
viewer on the planet, it might not be on this list.
Get more information about and /or download Irfanview here.
- MetaPad – It’s an oldie but a goodie.
This little text editor leaves Notepad in the dust, But the
next version of Windows 10 (version 1809) promises to update
Notepad for the first time in over a decade – and it looks
like it’s going to be good – but still not as good as
You can get more information and download MetaPad here.
Hint: You don’t want MetaPad LE – just Metapad.zip.
- AbleWord – Another oldie – and still a
goodie. If you need a word processor and don’t want to make
Microsoft richer, this might be just what you’re looking
for. The developers say “AbleWord (is) very simple to
install and use, it is commonly used as a PDF Editor and
also for converting PDF to WordŽ but of course it is also a
splendid Word processor and supports most of Microsoft WordŽ
Learn more about and/or download AbleWord here.
- HiBitUninstaller – It’s an uninstaller
on steroids. HiBit is a great uninstaller and a great
startup manager, disk cleaner, services manager, browser
extension manager, and a whole lot more. It’s a
Jack-of-all-trades that has mastered most of them.
You can learn more about and/or download Hibit Uninstaller
- Geek Uninstaller – Geek does one thing
well. It’s the fastest uninstaller around. It might not be
the most thorough, but it’s fast. If you don’t need all the
features of HiBit and you don’t want to pay for an
uninstaller (or get a free one that is bundled with no-no
ware), Geek Uninstaller (Free) should be on your PC. Nope,
it’s not as robust as paid programs like Revo Uninstaller,
but it is more than good enough to be on this list.
Learn more about Geek Uninstaller and/or download the free
version from here.
- FastStone Capture (the last freeware
version) – The last free version of FastStone is old and
doesn’t have the features of the paid version, but we’ll
stack the old, last free version of FastStone Capture up
against any free screen capture tool around today.
Read more about and/or download the last free version of
FastStone Capture (version 5.3) here.
- 7-Zip – Windows users don’t really need
a zip utility unless they need to unzip RAR files and/or
need more flexibility working with compressed (zipped
files). If we had to choose one zip utility for our
computers, it’s going to be 7-Zip.
Visit the 7-Zip website for more information and to download
it. Note: There are separate versions for 32-bit and
- AutoRuns – The all-time BEST Free
startup manager – heck – it’s the best darn startup manager
free or not free. But, alas, it’s not for beginners. But if
you’ve been around Windows a while and you know the ropes,
there is no better startup manager anywhere. If you’re not
at least a moderately advanced Windows user, heed this
warning: Be careful what you disable/delete with AutoRuns.
Learn more about and/or get AutoRuns here.
- Privacy Badger – Not exactly an
application – it’s an extension for Chrome, Edge, Firefox,
and Opera. This extension is the Electronic Frontier
Foundation (EFF) product – an agency advocating for a free
and unrestricted internet. Regardless of your political
views, Privacy Badger is an excellent ad blocker,
anti-tracker, and privacy extension. If you’re looking for a
very good and thoughtfully crafted extension to block ads
and increase your privacy, we think you’ll like Privacy
A lot more information about Privacy Badger – and download
links for Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Opera can be found here.
- VLC Media Player – Without a doubt, VLC
deserves a place on your computer. It’s a master at playing
all types of media files. VLC can play almost any time of
audio and/or video file natively. It also deserves to be
installed on your PC. It’s our default media player… if you
try it, it will be yours too.
Learn more about and/or download VLC Media Player here.
And if you want to see our honorable mentions,
visit this page.
Happy Birthday, Darcy! May All
Your Dreams Come True
Some of you know her as EB, some of you know her as Darcy, and most of
you know she’s a special lady. She is the one who makes sure that
everyone who writes gets an answer, every order gets filled, and
everyone with a computer problem who has a Cloudeight Direct service key
Without her, Cloudeight would not be around anymore.
She’s a fighter and she really cares. She’s the one who takes the ideas
I come up with and makes them work. My head’s always in the clouds —
which is why we are called Cloudeight…not really. She makes this our
business and our site work. And she comes up with some great ideas too –
like Cloudeight Direct, just to mention one.
Her birthday is July 30th. What I wish the most for her birthday is that
all her dreams come true.
You don’t know this, but she used to own a bar, and that’s where I met
her – in a bar. The bar was called...
Please read the rest of this essay here.
Our Cloudeight SeniorPass Summer Special is available all our
friends 55 and older!
For a limited time only, we're offer our
SeniorPass for $10 off plus we're including two new included
services. Not only will you get one year of unlimited computer
repair and support and all the other great services included
with our SeniorPass (see
this page), during our SeniorPass summer special we're
including free setup of OE Classic (free version/one email
account) and free installation & setup of Emsisoft AntiMalware
with free 3-month license. Plus, we're taking $10 off the regular
price of our SeniorPass.
You'll get one-year of computer care &
repair and everything and
all the other benefits of our SeniorPass, PLUS free setup of
OE Classic (free version/one email account), free setup and
installation of Emsisoft AntiMalware, plus we're knocking $10
off the price of our SeniorPass - for a limited time only.
If you're 55 or older, this is a deal you
of the above for just $89 - but only for a limited time!
What’s the difference between Standard and Administrator
Administrator accounts have complete access to Windows
and its settings, whereas Standard user accounts are limited. If
you share a computer at home or at school or at the office,
creating Standard accounts is a good way to ensure that the
computer isn’t too affected by the changes the users make on it.
For example, if a school gave all students Administrator
accounts, they could make changes to the computer’s security,
delete system files, run programs that haven’t been approved,
If it’s just you using the computer at home, making yourself the
Administrator is the way to go. That way you can install
software and make changes quickly and easily.
Our newest Cloudeight Endorsed Email Program - Very Similar to Windows
Mail & Outlook Express. Stationery works great!
Read more about OE Classic here!
Sales of the following products and services help support our newsletters, websites, and free computer help services we provide.
Cloudeight Direct Computer Care: Single Keys, SeniorPass, or Season Tickets - always a great deal. Cloudeight Direct Computer Care is like having PC insurance. Get more information here.
Emsisoft Anti-Malware: Emsisoft is the only Cloudeight endorsed and recommended Windows security program. It provides users with a complete antivirus, antimalware, anti-ransomware, anti-PUPs solution. We offer single Emsisoft licenses and multi-computer licenses at discount prices. Also, we offer our exclusive Emsisoft with Cloudeight installation & setup. Get more information here.
OE Classic Email program.
The email program that is most like Outlook Express. We can even set
it up for you.
Get more details here.
Reg Organizer: Reg Organizer is the Swiss Army Knife of Windows tools. It's far more than just a registry optimizer and cleaner... it's a Windows all-in-one toolkit. Reg Organizer helps you keep your computer in tip-top shape and helps you solve annoying Windows problems. Reg Organizer works great with Windows 10! Get more information about Reg Organizer (and get our special discount prices) here.
SeniorPass - One year of Cloudeight Direct Computer Care - unlimited sessions!
Get more information here.
Windows 10 Customization: Make Windows 10 look and work the way you want it to. Learn more.
MORE IMPORTANT STUFF!
InfoAve Weekly Members' Home Page is located here.
Print our Cloudeight Direct Computer Care Flyer and spread the word about our Cloudeight Direct Computer Care repair services. Get our ready-to-print flyer here.
Help us Grow! Forward this email newsletter to a friend or family member - and have them
sign-up for InfoAve
Get our free daily newsletter! Each evening we send a short newsletter with a tip or trick or a computer-related article - it's short and sweet - and free.
Sign-up right now.
We have thousands of Windows tips and tricks and computer articles posted on our
Cloudeight InfoAve website. Our site has a great search engine to help you find what you're looking for too!
Please visit us today!
Help us by using our Start Page. It costs nothing, and it helps us a lot.
Print our Cloudeight Direct Flyer and spread the word about our computer repair service! If you want to help us by telling your friends about our Cloudeight Direct Computer Care service, you can download a printable flyer you can hand out or post on bulletin boards, etc.
Get the printable PDF Cloudeight Direct Computer Care flyer here.
We'd love to hear from you!
If you have comments, questions, a tip, trick, a freeware pick, or just want to tell us off for something, let us know.
If you need to change your newsletter subscription address, please see "Manage your subscription" at the very bottom of your newsletter.
We received hundreds of questions for possible use in IA news. Please keep in mind we cannot answer all general computer questions. We try to personally answer as many as we can. We can only use a few to in each week's newsletter, so keep this in mind. If you have a support question about a service or product we sell, please contact us here.
Subscribe to our Daily Newsletter! Get computer tips & tricks every night. Our daily newsletter features a computer tip/trick or two every day. We send it out every night around 9 PM Eastern Time (USA). It's short and sweet, easy-to-read, and FREE.
Subscribe to our Cloudeight InfoAve Daily Newsletter!
We hope you have enjoyed this issue of Cloudeight InfoAve
Weekly. Thanks so much for your support and for being an InfoAve Weekly subscriber.
Have a great weekend... be safe!
Your friends at Cloudeight,
Darcy and TC
Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly - Issue #929
Volume 18 Number
July 30, 2021
Not a subscriber? Subscribe to our FREE Cloudeight InfoAve
Weekly Newsletter here.
Weekly" newsletter is published by:
Cloudeight Internet LLC
PO Box 73
Middleville, Michigan USA 49333-0073
Read our disclaimer about the tips, tricks, answers, site picks, and freeware picks featured in this newsletter.
Copyright ©2021 by Cloudeight Internet