Daddy Bob



Archives For
January 2008


Date Posted: January 27, 2008

Q. A friend asked me how to get all the junk off her clipboard.  Doesn't it clear itself when the computer is shut down?

Q. In XP, I used Tweak UI to stop my shortcuts from always having the words "Shortcut to" stuck on the front of their name. Vista doesn't have a Tweak UI so is there a way to eliminate it in Vista?

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Date Posted: January 20, 2008

Q. Sometimes I email a file to myself as an attachment so I can later access it from another location.  It's sending from my email address to my email address, so why does it sometimes take hours before it arrives in my mailbox?  It's really not going anywhere.

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Date Posted: January 13, 2008

Q. For some reason, my DVD burner has slowed down to a  burning speed that is a fraction of what it used to be. Does my DVD burner need replacing? If not, what could have caused this slow down, and how can I get my burning speed back?

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Date Posted: January 6, 2008

Q. Should I do anything special to my personal computer before I give it away?

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