Laptops & Tablets For Seniors

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For Seniors: Restrict Websites in Internet Explorer

You can set up Internet Explorer to recognize websites you trust — and those to which you don't want Internet Explorer to take you or anybody else who uses your laptop. [more…]

For Seniors: Enable the Windows Firewall

A firewall keeps outsiders from accessing your laptop via an Internet connection. You will want to check and make sure this is enabled to protect you from anyone seeking to steal your information. [more…]

For Seniors: Change a Password for Your Windows Laptop

If you log into Windows using an online account, your password is the password associated with your Windows Live account. If you set up a local account not associated with an online account, you create [more…]

For Seniors: Lock Up Your Laptop and Prevent Theft

When you travel with your laptop, consider a lock to help deter theft. You may have to leave it alone for a few moments now and then — perhaps in a cubicle in a branch office or a table at an Internet [more…]

For Seniors: Use a Fingerprint Reader

You can use a fingerprint reader to help protect your laptop. Fingerprint readers use biometric technology that identifies you by a unique physical characteristic. Here’s what you should know about laptop [more…]

For Seniors: Protect Your Laptop from Damage

It seems almost inevitable that your laptop will be the object of damage or carelessness. Here are a few tips for protecting your laptop from physical damage, or recouping some losses if damage does occur [more…]

What Is the AARP RealPad for Seniors?

The RealPad is a tablet computer recently developed by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), a trusted advocate of adult issues for people over 50. The RealPad tablet computer is designed [more…]

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