Do you really have any idea how many things are connected to your home WIFI network; a lot I will tell you that.
A few months ago the WIFI would randomly disconnect; I called Comcast and they reset it for me. Then it started to do that at least once a week. I figured out how to reset it with a paperclip.
The past week it started on a daily basis and sometimes it would reset itself and sometimes it would not. I called Comcast again and they set up an appointment for the tech guy to come out. He arrived yesterday and checked the cables, we were set up for five TV’s; I never owned five TV’s at one time in my life. Then he installed a new modem.
I then had the challenge to reset the network and passwords; I did two PC’’s, one iPad, one iPhone and thought I was finished. This morning I went to print and my nice Epson printed did not print. I had forgotten that it was connected to the network, where is the book—haven’t a clue there. Then to check the Epson site and it told me to update the security information.
REALLY !!!!! I already knew that, but it did not tell me how. Did a Google search and came back with an innumerable amount of hits. The best one was a downloadable manual who informed me how to get into the bowels of the printer via the printer. I did manage to resurrect the former useless to me printer into a machine with full functionality.
My next problem is that some of the Capitals are not printing when I hit the Shift key. I did a search on that one and it told me that the Caps Lock could be stuck. I don’t think so, it is working well. I have to do more research on that one, the computer is four years and my beloved windows 7 and I am shaking in my fuzzy slippers think I will have to get windows 8.1 or what ever it is called now.
When is the next Windows being released? Right now I am hitting the Cap Lock button to make the damn CApS. See, it missed the P.