This week Cody and Mark talk users who think something (a computer, radio, etc.) is broken... and it's definitely not. We do our usual Reddit stories, Yahoo Answers and This Week in Tech History. Cody's voice echoes in the first 11 minutes. That'll be fixed later tonight 11/30/18. -Mark
Jen and Cody return for this week's discussion on the Blue Screen of Death. What is it, why does it happen, and what can you do about it (hint, just restart). Back to our old shenanigans of This Week in Tech History games and Yahoo Answers!
This week it's just Mark! Mark, Mark he's our man, if he can't do it, et cetera. We're talking reformatting machines and the horrifying nightmare it was for us earlier this year and prior when Creator's Update first pushed out.
Papercut. School uses it. Businesses use it. It's a cool tool (see what I did there) to keep track of print costs for billing purposes whether for a school or business. But it's not without its issues (a lot of them user-error).
Remote Desktop. Do you use it? It can be a headache, but generally helpful for those who need to work remotely. What is it, what does it do, what's it used for, and how is it different than VPN? All this and our regular Yahoo Answers and other shenanigans.