Backup Time | Legacy Family Tree

by JL Beeken on 5-30-2013

Legacy Family TreeI noticed something about Legacy Backup time while I was generating dozens of backups in a day working on the family file. … [continued]

Windows 7: Remove Libraries

by JL Beeken on 11-18-2012

This will demonstrate how to remove libraries from Windows 7. … [continued]

Windows 7: Libraries

by JL Beeken on 3-02-2012

After a year and a half with Windows 7 I’ve finally had a look at how Libraries work. I’ll give you the prognosis first. Not what I was hoping for. … [continued]

Windows 7 Software Problems

by JL Beeken on 11-25-2010

Windows 7I’ve had my new computer and Windows 7 for about a month now. I’ve run into some software problems that other more-experienced users might be able to enlighten me about. … [continued]

Windows 7: IPTC

by JL Beeken on 10-24-2010

WindowsIPTC in Windows 7. Subtitle: When the standard of IPTC is non-standard.

Back in March I wrote a rambling discourse on various options for searching files, (Searching Files) and, in particular, searching metadata in photos. This is what I wrote about Windows Search 4: … [continued]

Windows 7: Move To/Copy To

by JL Beeken on 10-23-2010

WindowsI just can’t stop thinking about it.

Here’s an itty-bitty partial alternative for the loss of the Move To/Copy To icons in Windows 7. … [continued]

Windows 7: Odd & Ends

by JL Beeken on 10-21-2010


Here are some odds & ends about Windows 7 as I begin to get used to it.

I have it on good faith from my real-life computer tech in town that Windows 7 is good. It makes good use of the 64-bit architecture and uses system resources well although, with a quad-core and 6GB RAM, system resources are not exactly a problem. OK, so I like it now. … [continued]

Windows 7: Navigation

by JL Beeken on 10-20-2010

WindowsFirst impressions are not always correct. In the case of Windows 7 I was somewhat mistaken. Not hugely, but a little bit. … [continued]

Windows 7: First Impressions

by JL Beeken on 10-17-2010

WindowsOn the 55th day the replacement computer arrived. A DELL (quad-core with 6GB RAM) running Windows 7. I was so used to not having my desktop I stared dumbfounded at the delivery man. You want to leave that box here? … [continued]