Terms of Use For FixedByVonnie

By proceeding to access fixedByVonnie.com, you expressly acknowledge, and agree to, all of the following:

fixedByVonnie.com is a personal website and blog owned by Security Plus Pro LLC, which is being presented for informational purposes only. The views on this website are solely those of the website owner (and not those of any employer or of any professional associations affiliated with the website owner).  Any views expressed in this website and any information presented on this website, or in any of its blog entries, should not be relied on for any purpose whatsoever other than as the personal opinions of the website owner.  The website owner expressly disclaims any and all liability for any information presented on this site.  The owner of this website and its blog posts shall not be held liable, and shall be held harmless, for any errors or omissions in any information or representations contained in this website, or in any of its blog entries.  The website owner also expressly disclaims any liability for the current or future availability of any such information. The website owner makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this website or which may be found by following any link on this website. The website owner shall not be held liable for any losses, injuries, damages, claims, or causes of action, from the display or use of any information on this website or in any of its blog entries. If you use the information on this website, or on any of its blog entries, you do so solely at your own risk.

Google Archives - Page 3 of 6 - fixedByVonnie
Blog Archives

I bet you don’t know what apps have access to your Google accounts

Some web apps are good… others are bad and yet others are indubitable rebels, mavericks created to infiltrate your private life and glean as much information as possible from it.

Posted in Windows, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Vista Tagged with: , ,

5 free tech Google Helpouts

Earlier this week, I introduced you to a new Google service called Helpouts which let’s you use your webcam to connect with an expert to get help on topics ranging from Fitness and Nutrition to Arts and Music. I’ve taken

Posted in News Tagged with:

What is Google Helpouts?

Today Udi Mamber, VP of Engineering at Google, announced a new Google service called Google Helpouts. The first time I heard the name, I thought, “Okay, so this a play on Google Hangouts and instead of just killing time with

Posted in News Tagged with:

Why do I see multiple chrome.exe processes in the Task Manager?

Chrome is generally a fast browser and even when it starts to feel sluggish there are a bunch of things you can do to speed it up.  But have you ever looked at the Task Manager and noticed dozens of chrome.exe

Posted in Google Chrome, Web Browsers Tagged with:

Google Search gives definitions with example sentences

You might have already known that you can look-up word definitions directly from within Chrome.  For example, you can type a phrase in the Omnibox and it almost instantly retrieves the definition. define banal Alternately, you can just type the

Posted in News Tagged with: