Monthly Archives: April 2016

Doxie One versus Doxie Go

Since I have had a pile of hundreds of old pictures sitting around for years, I decided to try out a Doxie One Scanner. The advantage of this scanner is that it is used separately from a computer. You simply … Continue reading

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QuickTime – Time to Remove

According to numerous sources, Apple’s QuickTime not only has security problems, but is not being updated. As a result it’s being recommended that people uninstall QuickTime. I haven’t used QuickTime in quite a while, so it’s not a big loss. … Continue reading

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Adobe Illustrator – Can’t Open a File From a Newer Version

This has happened to me twice in the last month, so here is a free solution. I’m trying to get a newer Illustrator EPS file to open in my CS3 Version. Start Adobe Illustrator CS3. File – New. Select – … Continue reading

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LastPass – Multifactor Problems

On one computer, I have recently found that LP asks for multi-factor authentication every day even though I say to trust it for 30 days. I asked the LP support team for a solution and they sent me the below. … Continue reading

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