In today’s Tech Quick Tip Chet Davis – Your Technology Tutor teaches you how to – in today’s Quick Tech Tip Chet shares how to quickly and easily set-up and move between multiple websites on both your computer and your iPhone.
In today’s Tech Quick Tip Chet Davis shares how you can use the browser tool (free online software) to edit photos or JPEG images. This is important for authors, experts, and coaches who are using images in your online or web promotional efforts.
In today’s Quick Tip Chet Davis shares how to easily adjust your image (JPEG) file size using the free Preview app on your Apple computer (laptop or desktop). This is very easy and so important if you are using images to promote yourself on the web – with this easy tool you can be sure […]
In today’s Tech Quick Tip Chet Davis shares the importance of using the “right” sized JPEG when using images on your website, blog, email newsletter, etc.
In today’s Tech Quick Tip Your Technology Tutor provides a quick intro to the most common types of images used on the web today. Whether you are asked to submit a photo to promote an upcoming presentation or need it for a software application this quick video will give you a quick sense of the […]
In the last video I shared thoughts about converting old videotapes to a digital format. I mentioned the importance of Bit Rate (or Data Rate) if you plan on using those old videos for editing or to share with your audience. If you’re just converting old tapes to watch at home, then you can pay […]
Maybe you have a bunch of videotapes of you teaching or leading a workshop that you want to see again – or even use as part of an online class, or to promote your brand, your business. You might want to use parts of old video on YouTube, Facebook, or LinkedIn. Most people automatically think […]
In today’s Tech Quick Tip Your Technology Tutor shows how you can easily block unwanted callers on your iPhone and it’s built right into the Operating System!
In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares caution about acting on a telephone call that suggests you’ve been hacked. Usually, this is a fraudulent call that causes you to act in a way that provides personal info to a cyber thief.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet shares software he uses to detect and clean-up Malware (malicious software). This free software (free trial of full version, and free limited version) is available at www.MalwareBytes.com.