Lisa Toth: For my ASUS 2-in-1 I decided to download an app from the store. After I chose it and clicked “get” I noticed it was not downloading. Then I noticed a number at the top of the screen. 34. I clicked on it and discovered this number refers to the number of updates my machine has been trying to do. I was able to delete a couple of things I don’t care anything about but there are still 30 to do. So, is it possible that the problems I’ve been having are due to processes and programs that can’t run properly because they need still to be updated?
I am planning to run it and keep the screen from going to sleep and get some of these things updated.
If it is plugged in, can I set it not to go to sleep and just allow it to update?
Lisa Toth: Since the last update whenever I download something, clicking on it does not open it, I am taken to an empty web page. After fumbling around I tried right clicking and am given a choice on how to open. I can finally see my download. This has happened each time I download something. Is there a new setting I need to make?
News Item: Scammers are sending fake email messages that you have to pay for WhatsApp. You don’t. If you try to pay, they will rob you blind.
News Item: Delete your old phone numbers from Facebook or any other location where you have enabled two-factor authentication.
News Item: Is there must be a way to discern or at least have a clue if an app is real or not?
News Item: Dark web sites AlphaBay and Hansa have been shut down by international law enforcement.
News Item: For some tablets and 2-in-1 computers built in 2013 or 2014 years ago, there will be no more major updates to Windows 10. There will, however, continue to be security updates until 2024.