When Force Quit Doesn’t Work & Other Tales of Horror

11:10 AM, Jan. 20th, 2012 · · Computing with Bifocals

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Our Macs usually run fine and don’t give us headaches, but every now and then they cause us no end of frustration. Nancy Carroll Gravley examines some common horrors that can affect new users and provides solutions. Actually, three: frozen apps, lost passwords, and missing toolbars in Safari.

My Love Affair With My iPad & Some Tips That Make It Work

5:10 PM, Oct. 21st, 2011 · · Computing with Bifocals

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Nancy Carroll Gravley loves her iPad, and in this installment of Computing with Bifocals, she offers three tips in making it work even better for you. She even shares a deep dark secret about her love affair with her iPad.

Snow Leopard Didn’t Die - How About Some Tips?

5:10 PM, Sep. 19th, 2011 · · Computing with Bifocals

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Some people are still happily using Snow Leopard thank you very much, and they are tired of being ignored. In this installment of Computing with Bifocals, Nancy Carroll Gravley offers up a few good tips to spice up their lives.

 

A Tale of Mac Success

3:57 PM, Aug. 24th, 2011 · · Computing with Bifocals

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With each new advancement in our technology it sometimes does us good to stop and remember the little reasons we love our Macs so much. Nancy Carroll Gravley shares a simple little story of how a Mac, a job, and a little guidance helped someone change her life.

Some Tips to Help Novice Users Get Started with Lion

3:55 PM, Aug. 11th, 2011 · · Computing with Bifocals

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Nancy Carroll Gravley evaluates the advantages of novice Mac users moving up to Lion, and thinks it’s a great idea for most new Mac users. Better yet, she has some tips to help them along with the process.

Special Tips For Address Book & Keychain

4:55 PM, Jul. 6th, 2011 · · Computing with Bifocals

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Nancy Carroll Gravley has found three tips for Address Book and Keychain that she hopes will open up new experiences for beginners. One involves controlling information on a vCard, the next is about working with Groups in AddressBook, and the third is a great tip for accessing your keychain on another computer.