Laptop or desktop computers and any components within.
Thomas is going to be walking across America He's outfitted a cart with solar panels and it provides all the electricity he needs.
Thomas is taking donations, you can give at http://www.movingonwest.com. All proceeds go to the Pediatric Cancer Foundation.
Sam says that shared scooters are popping up all over your city, but he says you don't know what shape they are in, or if they have enough juice to get you where you need to go. But they are a good alternative when you have to get somewhere within 10-12 blocks. The problem however, is that those shared scooters dont' come with protective headgear.
Ashley is trying to sell his MacBook Air on Craigslist, and the person most interested wants to pay through paypal and have it shipped. Leo says that the benefit of Paypal is that there are guarantees for payment. However, there are cases when those guarantees are not enough. So it's important to take a close look at what Paypal will do to protect you. Look at their buyer ratings on eBay, if they have them.
It's always hard to prove if they got it, and they can always say they didn't receive it. So make sure you are protected.
Jim has a few old laptops that died on him. What can he do with him? Can he recycle them? What about the data on the old hard drives? Leo says you can pull out the hard drives before you donate them. Also, older laptops often will work on your AC adapter by taking out the battery. Take the battery out and plug it in to see if it works. If so, then you can move them over to another drive or thumbdrive. But don't get rid of those old hard drive. That's a security risk.
BTW Desktops are even easier.
Larry's computer went belly up and he has to buy a new computer. How can he move data from his old computer to his new computer when the old computer is dead? Leo says to go to Newertech.com and pick up their Universal Drive Adapter. Take the old hard drive out of the computer and connect it to your new computer using the UDA. Then you can open it as a drive on your new computer and copy the missing data over. But if the drive isn't functioning any longer, you may be out of luck.
Sam had three laptops upgraded to Windows 10, but one won't work with the trackpad. Leo says that a driver may be missing. So Leo recommends going to your laptop's manufacturer website and look for a driver package for your laptop. If that doesn't work, try using the Windows 8.1 driver. It should be OK to do so.Look in the design manager for any red "X" and that will be devices without a driver.
The second generation June Oven offers faster cooking, a streamlined touchscreen interface and a durable, easy-to-clean stainless steel interior. The June app lets users start cooking, watch their food being cooked and receive push notifications to their mobile device. June’s digital Cookbook provides easy to follow, step-by-step video recipes and automatically controls your June to set the correct time, temperature, cook-program and preferred doneness. June can bake, broil, roast, air fry, dehydrate, slow cook, toast, reheat and keep warm.
Rich is a long time mac user, with Quicken 2007. But he's recently been having issues using it with macOS High Sierra. Leo says that having a dedicated Quicken machine running Sierra would be a good way to take care of your data through Quicken, and using an SSD will make it last a good, long while. The real deal is the battery of your older laptop. It'll eventually need to be replaced. But Rich should get another 10 years out of it.
Travis works out a lot and would like to grab 30 second snippets to work out by. Is there an app or function that will do that? Leo says that there is no function on the iPhone, or iPod, but iOS12 has a function called "Shortcuts," which you may be able to set the shortcuts to play just 30 seconds of a song. The key would be an iPod that runs apps. Shortcuts work by daisy chaining tasks from apps. Some headphones have a skip button, where you tap the button twice to skip. But that would be a pain.
Jake's friend wants to get into music recording and is looking for a good USB microphone. Their budget is between $100 and $200. Leo says there's a lot of choices in that price range. Blue is best known for this category. The Blue Yeti is the top dog. He should avoid the Snowball, though. It has no headroom. Audio Technica's ATR2100 is very nice as well.