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December/January Announcements & Changes

  • As we have now closed out 2017 it brings back many thoughts and memories. At the top of the list is the fact that here at Lee’s Pad & Lee’s Tech Stuff we have had the pleasure of averaging once again 65,000 to 70,000 visits per year. You’ve no idea how much your patronage means. We sincerely appreciate it and hope that you will follow us into the new year. It has been and will continue to be a privilege and honor to have you here. Thanks to all so very much. We truly appreciate each and every one of you. —- Your webmaster: Lee Keller 
  • A new page, Web Browser Tips, has been added to the site. It will offer useful tips for Google Chrome & Mozilla Firefox browsers as new material becomes available.
  • Lots of new Windows 10 installation, setup, and configuration tips & tutorials on the Windows Setup page. You’ll definitely learn a great deal from these videos by Ed Bott.
  • Critical Issue: Meltdown & Spectre – Massive Security Flaw – YouTube 14 minute video  You genuinely need to watch this and take recommended action. The security of your computer, data, documents, passwords, and more are at risk. Over one billion computers are effected by this problem. You truly can’t ignore this. 

Quote of the Week

“Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.” – Jim Rohn

Thanks for visiting Lee’s Pad. For those who are returning visitors, I believe you will find the site to be refreshingly new, up-to-date, and serving the purpose for which it was intended.

The original thought was to develop basic guidelines for new or novice users to follow so they could become familiar with how a computer should function in order to maintain an enjoyable experience with it. Over the years it morphed into something quite different. I hope you will like the new site and visit often. Please be sure to recommend Lee’s Pad  to your family and friends. Also place us in your Favorite Sites bookmarks in your browser as well. We sincerely appreciate it.

For intermediate to advanced users, I suggest you log on to Lee’s Tech Stuff.  You will find the latest Microsoft, Apple, and Linux news, tips, networking suggestions, and lots more. I hope you enjoy it.