Before getting a new computer, most people want to make sure they get everything they really need off of their old computer. This can mean: Documents (including presentations, spreadsheets, etc) Songs and Videos Pictures Email address book (Contacts) Web page Bookmarks (Favorites) Everything in your “My Documents” folder will be accessible from your new computer, [...]
As many of you know, your UVM NetID+password allows you to log on to virtually any CHWB computer and "get ‘er done," as we say East of Waterbury. Do this and you’ll have access to the CHWB share and to all of your "MyDocs" stuff: spreadsheets, word documents, family pictures, whatever. It’s magic. The thing [...]
Some of us just can’t keep from maxing out our email Inbox quota. Two facts can help you get a handle on this pesky problem: The only folder that counts toward your email quota is your INBOX. The most bloated email messages in your Inbox are undoubtedly the ones with ATTACHMENTS. Okay, so what? You [...]
Does this sound familiar? You’re home, you just had dinner, but you need to get a big message out to CHWB before tomorrow dawns. You hop onto UVM Webmail and send your message to the CHWB Listserv but it bounces back….What gives???? Well, here’s the deal with the Listserv: IT IS NOT SMART. While everyone [...]
Ever need to know if you are using Windows Vista, Windows 7, or whatever? Here’s a quick way to confirm: On the taskbar at the bottom of your screen, click Start, and then click Run. In the Run dialog box, type: winver. NOTE: If you’re using Windows Vista or newer, type winver into the Search [...]
Network Printers are typically shared by several users. Unlike printers that are directly connected to a computer, Network Printers must be manually “added” for each person who logs onto a particular computer. So if I sneak into your office while you’re on vacation and log on to your computer, I’ll need to go through the [...]
With summer semester coming up, it might be a good time to point out that your UVM email can be automatically forwarded to any email address you like. This is handy for playing cruel tricks on your friends. It’s also good for keeping tabs on UVM doings from the safe distance of your preferred summertime [...]
Has this ever happened to you? Someone sends you an email with an important attachment. You open it up, read it, maybe even make a few changes. Then you press Save… …and you never find it again.