An issue we hear about quite often is, “My screen is flipped on its side!”
Did you know that after Windows Updates have installed and you first log-in, your system can still be processing *stuff* in the background?
Windows 7 reaches its ‘End of Life’ in January 2020. Computer Peeps can fully manage the process of staying on Windows 7, via Microsoft’s Extended Security Updates (ESU) program.
TL;DR: Head to Control Panel > Windows Updates, click View Update History, click Installed Updates, uninstall KB4480960 (reboot) then uninstall KB4480970 (reboot).
Everything you do on your Internet connection, can be seen by your ISP. That information, while you might not care who sees it, is about to become a commodity to be sold and utilized in ways you might not approve of.
The most common complaint I hear about computer systems is, “My computer is slow!”
It’s likely not your computer, nor your network. Even on the fastest hardware, using Solid State Drives (SSDs), specific screens or even the entirety of your consignment software can respond slowly and show ‘Not Responding‘.