Password managers help you keep more passwords than you can memorize. Eric asked if he could carry one on a flash drive.
Mae Watson's aging computer still works fine. She asked if she should give up XP before next spring.
Once he's snapped a photo with his Android phone, Bob wants to move it to another folder
MLStrand56 had a Gmail question for the Answer Line forum: How does one archive or delete every email from a particular sender--or that matches some other criteria?
Carol Hart has an extra hard drive hanging around. She asked me what she can do with it.
Tgood37 asked the Answer Line forum how to add checkboxes to Excel spreadsheets, and make sure that checking a box will have an effect.
Jack McCabe wants Windows to identify his data drive as D:, but D: is already taken.
A recent convert to Gmail, RLConner asked the Answer Line forum about organizing mail into what Google calls "labels,' although they're similar to other services' folders.
The mouse may be the most intuitive way to control a browser, but it's not the most efficient. As MLStrand56 learned on the Answer Line forum, browser shortcuts can be valuable.
Windows doesn't always allow you to safely remove a flash drive or external hard drive. Klaatu asked the Answer Line forum for advice.
Kat Korsmo asked how to play music off an external hard in Windows Media Player library. (My answer covers iTunes, as well.)
Mgentry2 asked the Windows forum to recommend password managers that can " keep track of both online passwords and desktop application passwords (Outlook, Quicken, etc.)."
Rommel asked the Utilities forum for advice on cleaning files off a hard drive so that they can never be restored
Duplicate-file-finding programs expect you to manually check each file for deletion. That's not practical for Edward Derbyshire, who has "121,000 duplicates" to delete.
Gamersim17's laptop was "getting intensely hot." He turned to the Laptops forum for advice