[Nfbmo] Help needed?
kgborah at att.net
Mon Apr 16 14:09:15 UTC 2012
There's a program called dropbox. It not only stores all your files on your computer in a special folder, but it backs him up on line you can access them whenever you want to. Although, if you have one file that's over 10 GB, it might cost a little because they don't give you that much memory space for free. But you might want to check it out. It's a really good program and very accessible.
On Apr 16, 2012, at 8:49 AM, "fred olver" <goodfolks at charter.net> wrote:
I had a real scare yesterday. My talking computer quit talking. I've got a
couple external hard-drives with a fair amount of storage on them and I
probably am using to much memory with software being loaded right from the
start, but yesterday my computer quit talking. I wasn't sure if I had used
up all the memory or if I had a virus. Anyway, I had pretty much scrapped
the idea of having dinner for the rest of the month in favor of getting more
memory for the puter and opened up the case to have a look inside to see
where it was placed so a friend could more easily get to it later today.
Anyway, After checking for what I thought might be a clump of dog hair, I
have a long-haired dog, and putting the case back together, it's working
just fine. Must have had a loose plug which I inadverdently fixed, but what
about the next time? Looking for a back-up solution for my documents,
outlook express address book and favorites. Any ideas short of backing that
stuff up on a weekly basis would be welcome. I'm not averse to that, just
looking for an easier way to get it done. One folder in my documents is more
than 10 GB.
http://www.dealingwithvisionloss.com For some of us it's a way of life and
for some of us it just makes life easier. Fred Olver
Nfbmo mailing list
Nfbmo at nfbnet.org
To unsubscribe, change your list options or get your account info for Nfbmo:
More information about the NFBMO