Audra is a nerd. Her family refers to her as the “tech department”. Adam Freedman of Dunwoody PC is also one of her good buddies. So….between Audra and Adam we post nerdy tech tips to help those non-nerds in our audience.
excerpt from Adam Freedman’s Dunwoody PC Newsletter
SOHO Office News
Before we get to “technology” stuff, I have to share two great bits of information about SOHO Office. First, please congratulate my designer Alex on the birth of her son, Vincent Anthony. Vincent was born on May 27th and is doing great! Alex is taking some time off and (I’m hoping!)… Read More »
If you have a newer Windows computer, you are probably getting notified that you can upgrade to Windows 11. Do not upgrade, yet. Windows 11 doesn’t give you anything that Windows 10 does. Windows 10 will still be supported until 2025. … Read More »
My ultimate goal is to provide my customers simple instructions, so simple that if they work, they won’t need a visit. Sounds altruistic, right? I try. It always starts this way. (Windows computers only…)
“Hi Adam, I’m having a major panic attack because I think I have a virus, my screen is black, there’s a coyote in my backyard, The geese are jay-walking around Dunwoody Village. … Read More »
I’ve always been curious about the cute little “mini me” cartoon emojis that people sometimes send via text. When my mom (who is in her seventies) sent me a text with a cartoon of herself I realized then and there that I needed to figure this out.
Smart phones and many cameras have wi-fi now, which means we don’t even need to upload photos to our computers to edit them. These days, photos can be uploaded instantly to your phone, edited there and posted to Instagram. Here are 5 Photo Apps to Download that will help your Instagram photos stand out.… Read More »
Santa’s Bag has been recommended by The New York Times, US News & World Report, Consumer Reports, USA Today, Forbes Magazine, Fox News, Parents Magazine, Real Simple Magazine, PC Magazine, NBC News, Buzzfeed.com, and The Huffington Post.… Read More »
If you’ve been shopping around for parental controls to help manage your kids’ Apple devices, you might want to put on the brakes: The new operating system, iOS 12, has a feature called Screen Time that might have what you’re looking for, and it’s available on September 12. We previewed an early version to give you an advanced look at the new features.… Read More »
Social Media, Social Life: Teens Reveal Their Experiences sheds light on teens’ changing social media habits and why some kids are more deeply affected by — and connected to — their digital worlds. The report is a nationally representative survey of more than 1,000 kids age 13 to 17. And because it tracks changes from 2012 to today, we can see how teens’ social media use continues to evolve.… Read More »
My friend Adam has saved me more than a few times with a daunting computer issue or two or three……so when he sends out his newsletters I always feel like I should share because I know many of you could benefit from his tips. So here’s his latest newsletter in its entirety:
Greetings from Adam at Dunwoody Personal Computers.… Read More »
My kids have had the best time making fun of me for signing up to take an iPhone Photography class. I’m kind of a nerd and am tech savvy regardless of being old enough to be their mom. Wait, I am their mom. They warned me I’d be the youngest in my class and couldn’t wait to find out the class demographics. … Read More »
There’s a very good business reason as to why Apple priced iPhone battery replacements at $79, and it isn’t profit. By making a battery replacement relatively expensive, more existing iPhone owners with failing batteries are likely to decide to upgrade to a newer model instead, which is even more profitable for Apple. However, that situation is expected to change this year. … Read More »