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Tech Tip of the Month
Find All Accounts Linked To Your Email Address
Nowadays, an average person in the US has 70-80 online accounts. . . why is it important to keep tabs on your online accounts? Well, for one thing, accounts mean all sorts of data, some of it sensitive – you don't want it in the wrong hands! So, in this article, we'll discuss how to find all accounts linked to your email and revoke those you don't wish to be linked. Moreover, we'll share some additional tips on staying private online.
National Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day is October 17, 2021
All too often, our computer desktops serve as a dumping ground for all kinds of random bits and pieces. Clean up your computer’s embarrassingly messy desktop. Seriously. Please. We're literally begging you.
How to Find the Login Page on Public Wifi
Have you every successfully connected to a public wifi network, but you still can't get to the internet? This article has some simple tips to force the login page to appear.
Switch from All Caps in Word & Google Docs
It's tempting to use all caps, but it's easier to read sentence case. Sentence case is when the first letter of a sentence is capitalized, like the sentences in this description.
You can change a Word or Google document from all caps to sentence case with a few keystrokes. Watch this Tech-Talk video tutorial with written instructions on how to switch from all caps.
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Cybersecurity for Families: Cyberbullying and Information Sharing
As technology continues to evolve, the tools and toys available to your children increase in number and evolve in capabilities. Technology can be used to educate and inspire creativity in kids, but it also exposes them to a risky landscape most of us didn’t have to worry about during childhood. Adults can discuss with children how the digital world is a great resource, but we must remain cyber aware. We all should be responsible with the information we share, and the ways we explore.
Here are a few things we should all do to protect our kids and our home networks.