Tag: android

I have written previously about how you can check if your Android smartphone is still in support and receiving security patches.  These come from your handset manufacturer and while some manufacturers are better at supporting handsets than others, with Google and Samsung proving the longest…

If you use an Android smartphone, you can connect it to your Windows 11 PC and use and control it directly from your PC’s desktop with your keyboard and mouse.  You can achieve this with the Phone Link app which is pre-installed with Windows 11. When you…

If you use an Android smartphone or mobile device as part of your personal or professional life, losing it or just not being able to find it can be frustrating.  Fortunately if it is lost or stolen, then it’s simple to find it, and if…

If you work remotely or from home, your business or organisation might provide you with a Windows 365 Cloud PC login.  This allows you access to a full Windows 10 or Windows 11 desktop from any device complete with all the apps, software, and file…

When I published “The Windows 10 Accessibility Handbook” in 2015 I was completely astonished that this book was the first of its kind.  Nobody had written any accessibility books about Windows 7, or any other version of Windows.  Neither were there any for Apple’s MacOS…

Written – February 2022 Do you spend too much time on your smartphone?  People are spending far too much time on their smartphones, endlessly scrolling Facebook, Instagram, TikTok or other social networks, checking and sending messages and email, and browsing the Internet.  It is widely…

With all support ending for Windows 7 now having ended, this means anybody still using the operating system will be highly vulnerable to malware and hackers, no matter what security software you have running.  If then you check to see if your PC will run…