Senior Tech Coffee is an online learning series for older adults seeking a greater understanding of computers, tablets, smartphones, and smart home technology.
Older adults who are new to smartphones and tablets commonly need ways to practice using touchscreens. This series discusses mobile games that help build these skills.
Learn more about good password habits and how to keep your accounts and personal information more secure.
Secure passwords are essential for protecting your information and accounts online. This post examines some common poor practices you need to stop using or avoid when creating passwords.
A cheat sheet for Zoom meeting hosts.
Recent news about Zoom security and encryption, and whether you’re on a secure call, has raised privacy concerns among users – myself included. This post includes information on how to configure Zoom for hosting secure video calls.
A cheat sheet for Zoom meeting participants.
Smartphones aren’t designed for older adults’ special needs. Accessibility features for increasing the text size and using spoken content can help make smartphones easier to use for older adults.
If you or your family are practicing social distancing or are under stay-at-home orders, you might be looking for easier ways to stay in touch. Video chat makes phone calls come to life for older adults.
I’m advising older adults and small business owners to proceed with caution installing the most recent Windows Update: KB4551762.