After discovering how easy it is to recover data from a hard drive removed from one PC and attached to another, Melker asked the Hard Drives, NAS Drives, Storage forum if password protecting Windows actually protects your data.
Arcticsid asked the Answer Line forum if his ISP can "sit back…watch a screen, and see everything you are doing at any given time?"
Joyce V's computer is having trouble with security programs--a strong indication that her computer may be infected with malware
After buying a 3D HDTV, Chulbul complained to the HDTV & Home Theater forum about the lack of 3D content
Jake Clarke asked why his Internet connection completely drops out every so often
Wirewire couldn't open Excel spreadsheets by double-clicking them, and turned to the Answer Line forum for help. My answer isn't specific to Excel.
Ddie asked the Windows forum about setting up a second Windows installation for testing purposes without buying a second PC.
When MLStrand56 right-clicks a file in Windows Explorer, the resulting menu is too big for comfort, "due to various programs adding their own items to the menu." The Windows forum offers a solution.
Now that Google announced plans to discontinue iGoogle, Jim Pierce asked me to suggest an alternative.
The LG 55LM6700 offers a huge screen, great streaming options, and a revolutionary remote control. However, picture quality is disappointing, and the remote has major shortcomings.
Robert Talbot read Remove an Email Address in Gmail, and asked about doing the same thing in Outlook
The easy-to-use Samsung UN46ES6500 offers an excellent selection of streaming content for a reasonable price, but we found the TV's image quality disappointing.
The 47-inch M3D470KD offers impressive images, streaming options, and a remote with a keyboard, all for a low $900 street price. Vizio cut corners in the speakers and multimedia offerings, which may not matter much.
Now that he's moved on to Windows 7, Doug asked how he can access his older messages, saved in XP's Outlook Express