Back Up Your Data: Why & How? Lunch & Learn to benefit Get On Board Skateboarding – Tuesday July 28th 2015

Back Up Your Data: Why and How? The proceeds of this Lunch and Learn event benefit the Get On Board Skateboarding program, empowering children with autism. Tuesday, July 28th 2015 at JoJo's on 22, 7800 Allentown Blvd, Harrisburg 17112. Click the ticket image above to reserve your seat today! A Molnar Home Computing Lunch & Learn event to benefit Get On Board Skateboarding The most important aspect of MHC's Lunch and Learn events is that they're about more than helping people to understand and use technology: at their core, these events are designed to benefit reputable charitable organizations in [...]

2017-09-06T21:06:17-04:00By |

Internet Explorer 11: Compatibility View

Internet Explorer 11 Compatibility View: The Talk If you run Internet Explorer on Windows 7, you may recently have noticed that some of the web pages you visit don't look quite the same. Worse, you may have discovered that some of your favorites don't work the same as they used to, just don't look right or at times don't work at all. This is due to a recent Windows 7 update provided by Microsoft: Internet Explorer 11, also known as IE 11. Fortunately there is a solution: compatibility view. From the Wikipedia article: "A compatibility mode [in [...]

2017-09-09T13:15:44-04:00By |

Finding MAC Addresses: Consoles, PCs & More

Finding MAC Addresses: The Talk In the first part of this three part series, we discussed MAC (Media Access Control) addresses.  We learned that computers are full of address information.  We learned that the MAC address can be thought of as the hardware address of a computer, gaming console, phone or tablet. In fact, just about every device that can communicate on a network has a MAC address. We learned that a MAC address consists of twelve characters (hexadecimal numbers) from 0 to 9 and A to F. These twelve characters are represented as six pairs. Each pair is traditionally [...]

2017-09-06T21:06:18-04:00By |

21 Windows Shortcuts You Should Know

Did you ever watch one of "those people" at a computer?  You know the ones I mean.  Those annoying ones who seem like they were born for computers. It can be in applications they know and love, or more annoyingly, in applications that they're using for the very first time. These people sit there, flying through screens, barely touching the mouse and things are still happening. Even worse? They mean for these things to happen. I'm one of those people and I'll tell you a secret. We know shortcuts.  Specifically, we know Windows shortcuts. I'll get relatively descriptive with each of these Windows [...]

2017-09-09T14:59:22-04:00By |