Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly
Volume 20 Number 7
December 16, 2022
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Clint asks about Cloudflare compared to Emsisoft
Hi TC & Darcy, I am a long-time subscriber and fan of Emsisoft (bought
through you) and I feel it keeps my PCs safe. However, it does not
extend to my cell phones and tablets. They have their own software
protection but it probably isn't as good as Emsisoft, which prompts this
question. What do you think of Cloudfare, the free version? They must be
doing something right because of their tremendous growth since 2004.
According to what I have read, their big thing is safety with the
byproduct of obtaining more PC speed. I am always skeptical of anything
that indicates more speed because of being a "Cloudie" for so many
years. I wouldn't dare try something like this before checking with my
friends at Cloudeight. Clint
Hi Clint. Cloudflare is not an antivirus program, it's a global network.
Cloudflare offers a free DNS service called 126.96.36.199 that you can use on
any device. Cloudflare's 188.8.131.52 is supposed to protect your data from
being analyzed or used for ad targeting. It does not protect your
devices from malware, viruses, ransomware, etc.
We wrote about Cloudflare a couple of years ago - the info is still
Take a look at that article here.
You can change your DNS settings so that you're not using your ISP's DNS
settings. And you may or may not see a slight increase in speed. One
thing I can tell you is if you do see an increase it will be slight and
I've used Cloudflare's DNS before. I have also used
Open DNS and
Google's Public DNS. The Google article explains how and why you
might want to change your DNS settings. Whether you change them to
Cloudflare's DNS servers or Open DNS's or Google's they all do about the
same thing. But no DNS service protects your devices from malware.
We hope this helps you, Clint.
Sam wants to save our articles with images in MS Word but the
images don't show up
I have been receiving your weekly InfoAve newsletter since day one. Many
articles I wish to save in a file, so I copy and paste the article into
Word. Most times there are wonderful illustrations of what to do,
but they don't show up. All I can copy is a blank square and a little
icon on the top left-hand corner. Is there any way that I can copy and
save these articles and include the illustrations? Thank you to two of
my favorite people.
Hi Sam. Thanks for your very nice comments.
The images in our newsletter are stored on a web server. For
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you use) then save the images to a folder on your computer. We suggest
you create a folder to store them in so you'll always remember where
Also, almost all of our articles are archived on our website... and the site
has a great search engine so it's easy to find what you're looking for.
We hope this helps you, Sam.
Michelle wants to know if we have archives for those using older
versions of Windows
Does your site have archives for information and answers for people who
are still using Windows 7? I have been getting your newsletters for many
years although I lost all your info when I changed laptops and computers.
I cannot seem to find archives on the site. Can you help me, please?
Thank you so much, Michelle
Hi Michelle. We do not have an archive section. But of all, our tips and
tricks for all Windows versions (since 2011) including Windows 7 are available on our website at
Our site search engine works great. If you type Windows 7 in the search
box you'll find all tips mentioning Windows 7. Or you can make more
specific searches by typing in things like "Windows 7 start menu"
(without the quotes).
We hope this helps you, Michelle.
Stanley lost our Winter House Screensaver
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any help you can give me.
You can download our Winter House screensaver here. It's free. Make
sure you read the instructions for installing it. On Windows 10 and 11
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and choose "Run as administrator" to install the screensaver.
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Patsy doesn't like MS Edge and has other issues with browsers
I want to get rid of Microsoft Edge. I've had it as my browser for two
years and have had nothing but problems. Recently I went back to a
restore point to get rid of a hijacker. After doing that it would not
save my passwords even though I had saved them in Edge. I had to reset
the password every time I went into an account. Then it would not accept
a reset password. It started to make me answer security questions. It
took my responses a few times but then started not accepting them and I
couldn't get into my accounts. I've been through so much trying to get
this straightened out that I can't say which accounts did what but some
brought up incorrect phone numbers to call, and I can't even remember
everything that has happened. I do know that frequently after Microsoft
Edge updates it changes my passwords and will not accept my present
password. I don't know if it goes back to an old password or what it
does but this has happened frequently ever since I started using
I need your help changing my default program and getting rid of Edge. I
Have Google Chrome as well but do not want it as my default browser. I
did not want to download anything else until I had these problems taken
I hope I have explained my problems so you can understand them as I do
not know and cannot remember Computer terms.
Hi Patsy. First, you can't get rid of Edge. It's part of Windows, so it
cannot be uninstalled. Windows 10 allows you to repair or reset Microsoft
this page) but that will not remove it.
You don't have to use Edge. You can download and install any other
browser you want and use it as your default browser. Once a browser is
set as default it will open when you click on links in email and on the
web and Windows 10 makes it very easy to set a default browser. And you
must choose a default browser, otherwise Windows will keep MS Edge as
your default browser.
I'm not sure why you don't want Google Chrome as your default browser.
You must choose another browser, otherwise, Microsoft Edge will continue
to be your default browser. So, if you don't like MS Edge, you will need
to choose a different browser to be your default. You can only choose a
default browser if it is installed on your computer.
If you don't want Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome as your default
browser, I suggest you download and install Firefox and set it as your
default browser. You can
(free) from here.
Once you have installed Firefox, here is how to set a default browser in
Right-click your Start button.
Click on Settings.
In Settings click on Apps.
Click on Default apps
Click on Microsoft Edge under "Web browser" to open a list of alternate
browsers installed on your PC.
Once you click on an alternate browser, Windows will try to convince you
to stick with Edge, but you can ignore it.
If you don't like MS Edge, Chrome, or Firefox, you can choose any other
browser you like -
here are 7 other browsers you can try.
Once you've installed another browser you can import passwords,
settings, history, etc. from Microsoft Edge. The method for doing this
varies by browser, if you let us know what browser you chose, we can
help you with that if you find you need help.
We hope this helps you, Patsy.
Richard wants to know if LastPass is the best password manager "for the
Is LastPass the best password manager for the price? Are there
others that are cheaper and/or easier to work with?
Hi Richard. Bitwarden has a free version that you can use on any or all
of your devices (PC, smartphone, tablet). LastPass is good but its free
version only allows you to use it on one type of device. For example, if
you use LastPass on your PC you can't also use it on your smartphone or
You can read more about Bitwarden here...
and you can read more about
Bitwarden pricing here. You can
read our article about Bitwarden here.
LastPass and Bitwarden are both excellent password managers.
We hope this helps you, Richard.
John lost his shortcut to Windows Disk Cleanup
I downloaded the Windows 11 update KB5020044 on 12-2-22. As a result, I
can no longer access Disk Cleanup from the search bar. It just asks to
download a disk cleanup app. I'm not sure if I should do this. What do
you suggest? My old brain doesn't work quite like it used to. Thanks for
any help, John.
Hi John. You can create a shortcut to Windows Disk Cleanup in Windows 10
or Windows 11 this way.
Right-click on your desktop
Click "New" then "Shortcut"
In "Type the location of the item" type CLEANMGR.EXE
Then click "Next".
Under "Type the name for this shortcut' type Disk Cleanup (or whatever
you want to call it)
Now, look at your desktop and find the shortcut you just created.
Right-click on it and choose "Pin to taskbar".
We hope this helps you, John.
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Create a Desktop Shortcut to All
Control Panel Items
Windows 10 and Windows 11
This tip will help you make a shortcut on your desktop to every single
Control Panel item. While many Control Panel items have been moved to
the Settings app in Windows 10 and Windows 11 – many have not, and some
settings are available in both. We call this a shortcut to Empower mode-
others call it "god mode".
While you can create a shortcut to Empower Mode anywhere, we think it is
best on the desktop where it’s easier to find and therefore more likely
to be used, right?
Here’s how to create a shortcut to Empower Mode and get every single
Control Panel item in one click.
1. Create a new folder on your desktop. Right-click on an empty space on
your desktop and click “New” then “Folder”.
2. Right-click on the newly created folder, choose “Rename” and rename
it exactly as follows...
(We recommend you copy that folder name and then paste it.)
3. When you’re done, you’ll have an icon on your desktop that looks like
And when you click it, you’ll be empowered with every Control Panel
setting — right at your fingertips.
And now you have a desktop shortcut to every single Control Panel
item in Windows 10 or Windows 11.
Be Safe! Hover Over Links Before
A tip for everyone
One of the tricks scammers and other miscreants use is to disguise
links, either with text, or a link that looks safe but isn't. We have
said many times that it's really important that you think before you
click. One of the things you need to think about is counterfeit links -
that is links that look safe or text that disguises the destination of
the links. By hovering over a link, you can see the real deal - the real
link - uncloaked and not disguised.
But it recently came to our attention that some folks, when they
hover over links, don't see the "real" URL to which the link will take
them. It seems so simple, we simply forgot to tell people where to look
to see the real URL.
To make sure everyone knows how to reveal the real UR by
hovering over any link, we made the animation above. You can watch as
the mouse pointer hovers over the link and how the actual URL is
displayed at the bottom left.
This is an important tip - it is a fundamental tip that can help you
stay safe on the Web. And remember - always THINK BEFORE YOU CLICK!
How to Find Your Wireless
Windows 10 and Windows 11
It’s been a while since we covered recovering wireless network
passwords. Christmas is coming soon and a lot of you will be getting a
new computer, tablet, smartphone, smart thermostat, Roku player, smart
TV, or another internet-connected device, and you’re going to need to
know what your WiFi network password is so that you can connect your new
device to your home WiFi.
If you’re like us, you set up your wireless network quite a while ago
and don’t know what your WiFi password is. So, if you get a new
internet-connected device and you need to know your wireless password,
we’re going to show you how a quick and easy way to find it in both
Windows 10 and Windows 11.
To find your wireless password in Windows 10 or 11, follow these
Type “Network connections” in the taskbar search and press Enter when
you see Network connections appear in the search results
In the Network connections dialog click, on your WiFi connection.
Next click on Status in the drop-down menu (see image below) which
appears when you right-click on your WiFi connection.
In the Wi-Fi Status dialog, click on the Wireless Properties button
(see screenshot below):
In Wireless Network Properties, click on the Security tab at the top
(see image below):
In the Wireless Network Properties Security dialog, tick the box next
to “Show Characters” and your password will be shown to you unencrypted
– in plain text.
And that’s all there is to it!
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What is ChatGPT?
ChatGPT is an AI-powered chatbot from Open AI that made its public
debut this week. And in just over a week it already has over a billion
users. The chatbot is creating a lot of interest and a lot of concern.
OpenAI’s ChatGPT can provide human-like responses to questions and
searches and more. It can teach users things, like how to cook a
soufflé, how to build a website, and a whole lot more.
ChatGPT can also write essays and poems that sound quite “human”.
ChatGPT is already generating a lot of controversy and it’s raising
eyebrows as well as concern. Right now it’s in a very early incarnation
called OpenAI calls a “free research preview”, but it’s already so
advanced that some educators are worried that students will start using
it to write essays, research papers, and do other kinds of homework.
We tried ChatGPT and found it quite amazing. I asked it to write an
essay about Christmas and this was the essay it wrote:
Christmas is a holiday celebrated by millions of people around
the world. It is a Christian holiday that commemorates the birth of
Jesus Christ and is typically observed on December 25th. In many
countries, Christmas is a time for families and friends to gather
together and celebrate with traditional activities such as
gift-giving, tree decorating, and special meals.
One of the most popular traditions associated with Christmas is
the exchange of gifts. This practice is believed to have originated
from the story of the three wise men, or Magi, who brought gifts of
gold, frankincense, and myrrh to the baby Jesus. Today, many people
exchange gifts with their loved ones on Christmas Day as a way of
showing their appreciation and affection.
Another popular tradition during the Christmas season is the
decoration of Christmas trees. This practice originated in Germany,
where people would bring evergreen trees into their homes and
decorate them with candles, fruit, and other items to symbolize the
continuation of life during the dark winter months. Today, many
people continue to decorate their homes with Christmas trees, using
lights, ornaments, and other decorations to create a festive
In addition to gift-giving and tree decorating, many people also
enjoy special meals and treats during the Christmas season.
Traditional Christmas foods vary depending on the region and
culture, but some common dishes include roast turkey or ham, mashed
potatoes, gravy, and cranberry sauce. Desserts such as Christmas
pudding, mince pies, and fruitcake are also popular.
Overall, Christmas is a time for celebration and joy. It is a
time for families and friends to come together and share in the
warmth and love of the season. Whether it is through gift-giving,
tree decorating, or special meals, there are many ways to celebrate
the Christmas season and create lasting memories with those we hold
I asked ChatGPI, “What is the distance to the nearest star?”, its
The distance to the nearest star is approximately 4.2
light-years. A light-year is a unit of distance used to measure
astronomical distances and is equal to the distance that light can
travel in one year, which is approximately 9.46 trillion kilometers.
The nearest star to Earth is the Proxima Centauri, which is part of
the Alpha Centauri star system. This star is located about 4.2
light-years away from Earth, which means that it would take light
about 4.2 years to travel from Proxima Centauri to Earth. This is a
very large distance, and it is not currently possible for humans to
travel to Proxima Centauri or any other star.
I asked ChatGPT…”How do I make snickerdoodles?” and it replied:
To make snickerdoodles, you will need the following ingredients:
2 3/4 cups of all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon of baking powder
1/2 teaspoon of baking soda
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1 cup of unsalted butter, softened
1 1/2 cups of granulated sugar
2 large eggs
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
1/4 cup of granulated sugar
2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon
To make the snickerdoodles, follow these steps:
Preheat your oven to 375°F and line two baking sheets with
In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, baking
soda, and salt.
In a separate large bowl, using an electric mixer on medium
speed, beat the butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Beat in the
eggs and vanilla extract until well combined.
Slowly add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients and beat on
low speed until a soft dough forms.
In a small bowl, combine the remaining sugar and cinnamon. Roll
the dough into balls about 1 1/2 inches in diameter and roll them in
the cinnamon sugar mixture.
Place the balls of dough onto the prepared baking sheets, spacing
them about 2 inches apart.
Bake the snickerdoodles in the preheated oven for 10-12 minutes,
or until they are lightly golden and the edges are set. Allow the
cookies to cool on the baking sheets for a few minutes before
transferring them to a wire rack to cool completely. Enjoy!
ChatGPT is quite amazing. The responses it gave us were incredibly
human-like — and a bit scary to think that AI has come so far in such a
relatively short time. What does the future hold? We cannot imagine. But
if we were Google we would be very concerned (and very rich).
Would you like to give ChatGPI a try?
Visit this page and click on “Try” at the top.
You’ll need to create an account. You’ll be asked for your email
address, name, and cellphone number (you’ll receive a verification code
by text message). This is one time when we think it's worth it to create
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Wishing You a Merry Little
It's officially Christmastime. Even for those like me who find the
commercial frenzy that drives retailers to start Christmas on Halloween,
upsetting; Christmastime is here. Unfortunately, so many have allowed
their greed to swallow up the Christmas spirit and take away some of the
joys of the season by starting Christmas in October. Nonetheless, there
are only a few more days left until Christmas and it seems like the
Christmas Spirit is still eluding me; but, maybe it's my fault. I
We've allowed Christmas to become a season of controversy. Some public
officials won't dare call Christmas lights - Christmas lights. Some
towns won't decorate their lampposts and town squares with decorations
and festive lights - they fear it will upset some atheists or other
non-Christians. Some store clerks are ordered by their employers to say
"Happy Holidays!" instead of "Merry Christmas". It seems like the
Christmas Spirit is alluding me. I wonder if it's just me. Is it my
Somehow, I've allowed Christmas to become tainted by commercialism,
secularism, and politics... but It doesn't have to be that way...
Read the rest of this essay here.
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What is bandwidth?
According to the official definition: "Bandwidth is a term used to
describe how much information can be transmitted over a connection.
Bandwidth is usually given as bits per second, or as some larger
denomination of bits, such as Megabits per second, expressed as Mbps.
Bandwidth is a gross measurement, taking the total amount of data
transferred in a given period of time as a rate, without taking into
consideration the quality of the signal itself."
According to us - If you have a swimming pool containing 50,000 gallons
of water and you try to drain it with a garden hose, it will take you
about 17 days to drain (or download) all the water out of that pool. Now
if you have a fire hose - i.e., a big thick pipe, you can drain
(download) the water in about 4 hours. So the fire hose has a whole lot
more bandwidth than the garden hose. See? The bigger the hose the more
water flows through faster. Just think about it for a minute...and you
will understand what bandwidth is.
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