RIP old computer. I hope they can retrieve your files.Sadly I have to take it back. I'm missing all my 2017 to present photos. AAUUGHHHHH
Amen to that too, sister! Subscriptions where they charge your card to renew (without your knowledge or consent) are gone from my life. It's a "brave new (corporate) world" that I want no part of. So many scammers out there too. I said good-bye to Microsoft, installed Linux, and only use open source programs now.And I'm trying to get rid of auto subscriptions, since MS now requires one for Word and Excel. GRRRRR
... I said good-bye to Microsoft, installed Linux, and only use open source programs now.
I hope all your techy woes will soon be in the past.
it can be a challenge at times for me because i run a testing installation of the Debian Linux distribution but i've been doing this for many years and enjoy it. my last purchase of anything from Microsoft was the Win98 that was included with the Dell i bought in '98.
they just morph into different ones as fast as you can whack-a-mole... or at least sometimes it feels like that. i always have a list of projects longer than i can get done. mostly save the bigger ones for the winter months when i have more time for inside tasks.
Yeah, Windows is not what it once was. My hubby was a beta tester for MS in the early days, and he remained loyal to them, but after XP it was all downhill. Windows 10 convinced me to join the ranks of other Windows refugees. I'm impressed with your tech abilities, and wish I was as skilled. It took lots of online help for me to journey to linux.
It's definitely a game of whack-a-mole, and like you I have a to-do list that will never get done. I think I'm kidding myself when I say I'll use winter to make progress, but I cling to the hope.