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RE: Video Editing Software

I've been using AVS on Windows for years. It has free version and inexpensive paid version.
AsheGuy 05/26/19 06:58am Technology Corner
RE: Rally'B 16

Go to b-rally.org for a B16 Group Photo representing the 56 Class B RVs at the rally.
AsheGuy 05/21/19 06:37am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Rally'B 16

Go to b-rally.org for a B16 Group Photo representing the 56 Class B RVs at the rally.
AsheGuy 05/21/19 06:37am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Rally'B 16

Go to b-rally.org for a B16 Group Photo representing the 56 Class B RVs at the rally.
AsheGuy 05/21/19 06:37am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Rally'B 16

Go to b-rally.org for a B16 Group Photo representing the 56 Class B RVs at the rally.
AsheGuy 05/21/19 06:36am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Rally'B 16

Go to b-rally.org for a B16 Group Photo representing the 56 Class B RVs at the rally.
AsheGuy 05/21/19 06:36am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Rally'B 16

Go to b-rally.org for a B16 Group Photo representing the 56 Class B RVs at the rally.
AsheGuy 05/21/19 06:36am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Internet or Computer Problem

A screen shot of the whole Chrome page including the URL address would be helpful. Otherwise there is not enough information here to even take pot shots at the cause.
AsheGuy 05/13/19 12:29pm Technology Corner
RE: The Annual Class B Rally, And Other Events.

Annual Class B Rally Website
AsheGuy 05/09/19 12:37pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Something New or Old? Never seen it before..

No one can speak to me on my computer because there is no ability to do so unless I turn the speaker on. the speaker(s) on our PC’s are always on. maybe we’re in the minority.Maybe you are not in the minority. I usually use my laptop and usually are in the same room as my wife watching TV. So if I want to view something with sound or stream a video I just plug in my head set and don't disturb anyone. My laptop speakers are always off for that reason, and the fact that it's annoying when on Facebook or any website and a video auto-plays with sound when it comes on the screen.
AsheGuy 05/06/19 06:55pm Technology Corner
RE: Something New or Old? Never seen it before..

Didn't pay much attention but then about 15 seconds later noticed that the Windows Defender Virus and Threat Detection program had been disabled on bottom tray.. within 30 seconds a very official Windows Alert appeared on my screen (I immediately knew it was a scam).. The person talking had a foreign accent, and warned me about this / that and if I shut the computer off, everything would be lost.. You turned on your desktop, went online, then all of a sudden anti virus is disabled - and then someone is talking to you? :H what's so hard to understand about that? Well, my guess is that 2012Coleman is like me and never has an active speaker on my PC unless I turn it on explicitly. No one can speak to me on my computer because there is no ability to do so unless I turn the speaker on.
AsheGuy 05/06/19 03:35pm Technology Corner
RE: Icons moved

2Oldman: That fixed it! Any idea as to why the icons would have moved in the first place? Just one of those weird computer things? Thanks again for your help. If you right click on the task bar (what holds the icons at the bottom), there is a "Lock the taskbar" option. If it is not checked as on (by left clicking on it), it is easy to accidentally move the unlocked task bar by dragging it away from the bottom. And it is obviously unlocked as you were able to drag it back where you wanted it.
AsheGuy 05/04/19 07:06pm Technology Corner
RE: Buying a Class B, not in my city or STATE. Ideas?

As several have pointed out, dealers are prepared to handle out of state sales. We bought our 2005 Class B from Van City RV in St. Louis and it was very simple. Van City not only had the best price for what we wanted but they also paid to fly us to St. Louis from Raleigh, NC to pick it up.
AsheGuy 04/28/19 06:22pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Need new cell phones

I am on my second unlocked android phone that will work on most if not all carriers, currently using a Google Pixel 3 on Verizon network. Will never go back to a carrier provided phone that locks me into a contract and carrier apps that cannot be uninstalled.
AsheGuy 04/17/19 08:28am Technology Corner
RE: New Garmin GPS 780

The truth is that EVERY current smart phone today will dramatically outperform EVERY stand-alone GPS on the market today. At our local Costco in the electronics area, there used to always be a large display of the latest GPS (usually a Garmin) in a prominent place as you entered the store. It's been at least a couple of years since I have seen a GPS for sale at Costco. I wonder why. This article is over three years old.
AsheGuy 04/16/19 08:43pm Technology Corner
RE: Cloud Storage became cloudy..

Hmm.. only $99 vs free, lets see, holding someone elses "data" and requiring them to "pay" AFTER they had use for free.. Sounds a lot like a "hostage" situation, right? I give up, Dropbox does not need me to justify their business strategy. I am a satisfied user and I am sure there are many others. I also have multiple several TB hard drives. I seldom use them. I've moved on to way more productive ways to spend my time. I am constantly amazed how accessible my photos are with the many ways Google Photos allow searching them for specific subjects. As you have, I have scanned in all my photos, slides, etc. that have been taken over my eight decades of life either by me or my ancestors and they are all on Google Photos where I can easily access them anywhere and at any time. I'm glad you are happy with the world you live in. Bad mouthing alternatives and paranoia about the sky falling doesn't change reality.
AsheGuy 04/12/19 09:26pm Technology Corner
RE: Cloud Storage became cloudy..

Shades of Photobucket holding your stuff "hostage"? Yep, enough folks have taken the "bait" (cloud), the hook has been "set" and now the "cloud" is "realing" in all of the suckers that bought into all of the easy free "syncing" stuff.. Now that you have gotten your life depending so heavily on this cloud storage your life will literally come to a dead stop if the Internet fails or the cloud provider decides to change rules or even completely stop providing. Wow, holding my stuff hostage? Dropbox has been free to me up till now. Dropbox is now attempting to charge a little for its use. $99/year if I choose to subscribe is a nit considering what it does. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions. My opinion is no one is keeping me hostage and I personally get great value from cloud storage. I've never lost any files/photos and don't fear such loss as long as I stick to solid providers. I do a hard drive back for both Google Drive and Dropbox content occasionally, it's takes just a click of the mouse but I have never had to use the backup.
AsheGuy 04/12/19 04:34pm Technology Corner
RE: Cloud Storage became cloudy..

I got an email from Dropbox this week about this issue as seen in the image below. I have Dropbox on three computers, my phone and a tablet. https://i.imgur.com/3f4P2p4l.jpg I use both Dropbox and Google Drive cloud storage. I use Dropbox for all non-Google app documents that I want synced to all my devices (this is the default on Dropbox) so they are there whether I am online or not. I use Google Drive for all Google App documents and photos. I have a Google Drive "Legacy" account since I was an early adopter. As you can see in the image below, I only pay $5.00/yr and are only using 7% of my available storage. Google photos do not count against that limit as long as they are "High Quality" uploads (what my phone photos are uploaded as). https://i.imgur.com/xvt6G7ul.jpg So, as you can see I may be rethinking my use of the two based on Dropbox's new costs (non now).
AsheGuy 04/12/19 02:52pm Technology Corner
RE: Beware New Samsung TVs

Another thing about Samsung is they make "Smart" TV's.. These have a camera and microphone in them and can work "2-way" that is not only can you watch Tom Cruze fly the unfriendly skies. But Some hacker can watch you walk around .. ah-natural.??? Deal in conspiracy theories much? We have two Samsung Smart TVs, neither have cameras. One has a voice recognition option in case you want to be able to control the TV by voice so it could conceivably be hacked to listen to you but it can be turned off. And if you are really paranoid, you can disconnect the TV from the Internet. The Internet connection is needed for using streaming services. Mainly, Smart TVs report back to the mother ship what you watch. Smart TV Snooping Features
AsheGuy 04/07/19 09:32am Technology Corner
RE: Ad Blocker

Adblock+ is one of the best. The message is a ploy on many sites to get people to turn off ad blockers so they can make money from the ad push.There is no free lunch, somebody has to pay and it's up to you to decide if what they offer is worth paying for through ads.
AsheGuy 04/03/19 07:01pm Technology Corner
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