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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Windows 10 Creators Update
Attention all Windows 10 computer users!  Windows 10 Creators Update was just released and we've created a short video showing you what happens after the update.  To view the video, just click HERE.
Dear --FNAME--,

Welcome to this week's edition of the Question of the Week email!  I hope you're having a wonderful week.  

Next week, we'll be announcing three more browser webinars.  I hope you will sign up for them!

Happy computing!


We're going to have three more webinars on three different browsers coming up right after Easter.  Dates and times will be announced in next week's Question of the Week email.  Be sure to sign up!
May Seminar
Our May Seminar will be held on May 6, 2017.  The subject is "Castellaneta" and it will be from 10:00 a.m.-12 Noon at Trinity United Methodist Church in Jensen Beach, FL. Our seminars are still only $8 per person.  Get all the details, including driving directions, by clicking on the Seminar picture above.
Question of the Week

Question:  "Generally, I like Windows 10.  However, when I use File Explorer (formerly called Windows Explorer), it doesn't show my drives - C Drive, D Drive, etc. Instead, it shows recently opened files, etc.  Can't I go back to the old way of showing the drives?"

Answer:  This is a customer after my own heart.  I, too, like to see the drives listed when I open File Explorer.  The good news is that changing the view is very simple. We've created a two-minute video which will show you exactly how to make the change.  Just click on the button below to view the video.
Click Here To View Video
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