A recent article by Sam Grobart in the Technology section of the New York Times lists 10 things you can do to for a better experience with your computers, smartphones and assorted gadgets. And often at no cost.
“…the tech industry has given you the impression that making adjustments is difficult and time-consuming. It is not.”
From protecting your photos and files from theft, accidental loss or crashes to protecting your devices from viruses, this article is packed with good advice.
One piece of advice that I have been giving for a few years that also appears in the article is “STOP using Internet Explorer!” Using a modern browser like Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari will give you a better browser experience and offer you a wide variety of add-ons and features.
Firefox, Chrome and Safari are available for Mac and Windows – Firefox and Chrome are available in Linux versions as well.
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