In today’s Tech Quick Tip Chet Davis shows how you can increase your efficiency when using websites (internet resources). Tabbed browsing allows you to have multiple web sites/pages open at the same time and quickly switch between them rather than having to click on a window and open that full-screen.

As shown in the video – on a Mac open a New Tab on your web browser with ‘Command’ and ‘T’ – while on a Windows computer you can do this with ‘Control’ and ‘T’.   To switch between open tabs on your web browser, click ‘Control’ and the ‘Tab’ key. 


In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares thoughts on how to use (free) Public WiFi safely and securely. Many folks may not know of the dangers lurking while using WiFi out and about.

In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares thoughts about when to CC and when to BCC – and please don’t Reply All that often. 

In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares how to avoid business email mistakes concerning email… in this show he covers your email tone and the timeliness. How to avoid being misunderstood…. what should you not use email for? Join Chet and learn! 

In today’s episode of Tech for Experts & Authors, Chet shares his “One Button Tech Support” .  This might be helpful to you if your computer or your mobile device is behaving differently than you would like (or need).  

In today’s Tech Quick Tip Chet demonstrates how you can easily check your own Internet Speed – ensure your download and upload speed are what you expect (and what you need to interact with colleagues and clients using today’s tech tools like webinars, Skype coaching, Podcasts, etc). Here are the links shared in this program: and


In today’s Tech Quick Tip Chet Davis – Your Technology Tutor teaches you how to use a simple keyboard shortcut to search web pages, Word documents, PDFs, and even emails

Power Off Your Tech to Avoid Problems

Turning off your phone, tablet and computer is a great preventive tip.

Are you turning off (power off) your technology once a week? When family and friends ask me to help with a tech issue, this is one of the first questions I ask (after – “do you have a backup?”). Set a reminder on your calendar to turn off your SmartPhone, Tablet, or computer once a […]

3 Tips to Reduce Eye Strain Using a Computer for Hours


Computer Vision Syndrome strikes when viewing digital screens for extended periods

Practice these three tips to ensure your eye-health when using a computer screen for long hours during your work day:

  1. Optimally, the computer screen should be 15 to 20 degrees below eye level (about 4 or 5 inches) as measured from the center of the screen
  2. The computer display should be a distance  of about 20 to 28 inches from the eyes.
  3. For every 20 minutes of computer viewing, look into the distance for 20 seconds to allow your eyes a chance to refocus.

Read more about these three tips to keep your eyesight in good health.