XP has been the favorite Windows operating system for years. Some people have used nothing else, so this is what they know. Like most other Windows systems it got better with age, with the possible exception of Millenium or ME, for which no one had a fondness.
Since the release of XP we have seen Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.0, and 8.1.
Support will end for XP on April 8, 2014, after a long and successful life. Read about it here Continue reading Goodbye XP? Are you ready and why does it matter?
Backup your files.
February 8, 2013
A cheap way to avoid an expensive disaster
Backing up your files is a cheap way to avoid an expensive disaster. How much is it to buy a backup drive? About $75.00. Backup software? $30 or less. An hour of consultant’s time to install and show you how to use it? About $100. Not losing your data? Priceless.
Above quoted from: https://www.sans.org/tip_of_the_day.php
If you don’t backup your computer, you will lose files, time and maybe money correcting the problem.
Having recently lost a few files myself, I feel compelled to update this article. Continue reading BACKUP! BACKUP! BACKUP!
1) Something you did.
2) Something you ALLOWED someone to do.
3) Hardware issues. Continue reading Computer Problems – Sources and Solutions
Apparently, the printer keeps track of the number of pages, regardless of how much toner is actually used, so sometimes user needs to manually Reset Toner low logic as follows: Continue reading Brother HL-3040CN manual toner reset