Just what I need is another blog to take up more time from my already stretched way-too-thin day.
Well, I think this one is a necessary one.
I am not a computer expert by any stretch of the imagination.
I have had no official training or schooling.
Just the school of hard knocks in the computer world for me.
All I have learned has been by hands-on.
Many years ago, I was very intimidated by these machines.
Afraid to use it because I might break it.
Afraid to change anything in it because I might break it.
Almost afraid to touch it - and you know why.
Well, using, adding, changing, and touching does mess things up at times.
But if I was going to keep this machine and use it to build a business, then I had better know something about it.
Trial and error has taught me a lot.
The internet and searches taught me even more.
The answers are all out there, but some of them are pretty hard to find.
Most things are pretty simple though, especially these days with the plug and play capabilities.
Heck, they almost take care of themselves.
And that is a scary thought at times - remember 2001: A Space Odyssey.
I will share what I have found and used to keep my systems running over the years.
Nothing too fancy or technical.
Mostly links to places I have found useful
Some tips and some reviews too.
Hope it can help someone as I have been helped over the years.
Welcome to Tech Tips From a NonGeek.