I tried to phone for an appointment today, but all I got was a garbled voice message. The distortion made it so I couldn’t understand what they were saying, although I did get the idea that I couldn’t speak to a real person. So I will just drive over to the Apple store some morning and see what they can do.
In anticipation of having to leave it there for a few days, I deleted all my history. But there is the feature that remembers when you start to enter a web address. Great! Now to figure out how to get rid of that. I also have a doc file with all my passwords and userid’s – some very important ones and others that I’ll probably never use again. You know how it is – no matter what website you go to they want you to register. I don’t unless I have to.
I will move the doc file from the computer to a flash drive, and hope that it isn’t accessible to someone who knows more about current technology than I do. God forbid that I have to change all my passwords! I think I would quit computing.
Are there other steps I should take? I can’t believe that some young tech would pore over an old lady’s computer in hopes of finding anything useful, but since I do a lot of banking online my account is the one thing I am concerned with. Suggestions welcome.
The 70° day turned out to be downgraded to a 64° day, and the 10-day forecast calls for temps in the 60’s with lots of rainy days and a couple of sunny ones. I won’t complain, especially since when the rains stop in this part of the country you can just see the earth dry out, and you can notice the same parched look on your skin.
It’s time to fix my dinner. Since the local spinach crops are plentiful now, I can’t get enough of it, so that is on my menu along with potatos and chicken tenderloin that has been marinating for the last couple hours.