Do you get tired of seeing this error report every time a Windows program malfunctions:
If you’re like me, you have better things to do than click “Send” or “Don’t Send” to tell Microsoft that their programs are messing up. There are lots of other people that do that anyway, so Microsoft stays well-informed of their problems without you and I volunteering our time to help them out.
Good news! You don’t have to do that any longer. Here’s how to disable it:
1. Click Start
2. Right-click on My Computer and choose Properties
3. Click the “Advanced” tab
4. Click the “Error Reporting” button
5. Check “Disable error reporting”, but also check “But notify me when critical errors occur”
Click OK twice, and don’t be bothered by that error message any more!
This week’s video is a short clip from a news show. The anchor is interviewing an animal specialist and he is answering some questions that were emailed in to the show. Sounds a bit boring. Oh, did I mention that the animal guy brought a hyperactive chimpanzee with him?