Ten Technology Tips Kameron Messer

Trouble #1= POp-ups keep showing up

  • Check for updates
  • Enable pop-ups in Firefox, Chrome etc.
  • Run a scan
  • Uninstall any toolbars
  • https://youtu.be/Ba_BLtQkYXY

Trouble #2= Wi-fi keeps disconnecting

  • Check for updates
  • Reset network
  • Check network provider
  • Restart everything
  • https://youtu.be/hjYpZSb0Ayk

Trouble #3=Computer won't turn on with the on button

  • Check the power cord
  • See if the outlet is working
  • Check for lights

Trouble #4= Applications slow or frozen

  • Close and reopen applications (Ctrl+Alt+Delete)
  • Restart computer
  • Check for updates

Trouble #5=Flipped screen

  • Press CTRL + ALT + the up arrow key
  • Next press CTRL + ALT + the right arrow key
  • Then press CTRL + ALT + the left arrow key
  • Then CTRL + ALT + the down arrow key
  • https://youtu.be/pegixIpJyCY

Trouble #6= Public wifi could mess up your computer

  • Keep your computer up to date
  • Don't assume a wifi hotspot is secure
  • Don't go on websites or apps with your personal information while connected to open wifi

Trouble #7= Printer won't print

  • Check for paper in the tray
  • Check the ink
  • http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/printing/printer-wont-print-fixes-common-problems-3512159/

Trouble #8= Avoid hacking

  • Log out of all accounts
  • Don't change passwords constantly
  • Don'y use public wifi

Trouble #9=What to do when you get hacked

  • Take a close look at the hacked account
  • Get your account back to normal
  • Tell somebody
  • Keep an eye on everything
  • Back up your computer
  • Keep track of every pop up

Trouble #10=Protect your browser

  • Only download from sites you trust
  • carefully review updates for your extensions

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