You can help fight COVID-19 with your old laptop, computer or Raspberry Pi by joining it to a science botnet. The University of Washington is using distributed computing to increase the computing power available to find a solution to coronavirus, and your old computer can become part of the effort. The power of distributed computing … Read more Help fight COVID-19 with your old laptop, computer or Raspberry Pi
These free Tech advice drop-in sessions at the Richmond Retirement Village are aimed at helping older people with any difficulty using tablets, phones, computers, or ebook readers. No need to book, just come by with your questions, and with your device to see if I can assist you! My aim is to help older people … Read more Free Tech Advice Drop-in sessions – Richmond Retirement Village, Letcombe Regis, Wantage
I’ve had a few users with this error this month, so here is a fix. The problem: when you open Calendar on your Mac, you are quickly greeted with a window saying, “Couldn’t move your calendars to iCloud because an error occurred”. It will keep coming back, whatever you choose to do, and it makes … Read more Couldn’t move your calendars to iCloud because an error occurred. – Solved
So, what do you do if Google Maps is slow on your Android phone? And perhaps while you use it you get an annoying message in the middle of your screen telling you that such-and-such an app has stopped responding which prevents you from seeing the map directions! You can’t touch your screen while driving … Read more Android: Google Maps is slow – other apps stop working – What to do?
Have more than one kind of backup A quick post about why it is good to have more than one kind of backup. This is the message I was greeted sorting out a client’s Time Machine backup this weekend. This Mac’s hard disk had certainly got a problem as the Time Machine backup had failed, … Read more Have more than one kind of backup