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Every so often I will discuss terminology that might not seem relevant to someone who’s just trying to get their cell phone to work or open files on their computer. I do so somewhat selfishly, as a reminder to myself … Continue reading →
“Which Office 2010 should I install, 32-bit or 64-bit?” I’m not going to answer that here. Well, almost not. I realized that you may or may not have a choice. If you look at your computer’s Properties page and don’t … Continue reading →
Security is inconvenient. Whether it’s longer lines at the airport, access control on a network or antivirus software on a computer, security measures consume time and resources that we’d rather devote to other things. Unless, of course, you work in the security industry. … Continue reading →
Welcome to GuidePosts, the Digital Tech Guide blog. I’m Philip Schawillie, and this is where I’ll be aharing my observations about the personal technology world. As is noted elsewhere, I’ve been involved in the IT, technical writing, and personal technology … Continue reading →