Mailchimp advise that the following internet browsers are all compatible with Mailchimp: Google Chrome Mozilla Firefox Safari Microsoft Edge Microsoft Internet Explorer (10 and above) In my experience delivering Mailchimp training to many different organizations I have found … [Read more...] about What is the best browser to use for Mailchimp?
Using two-factor authentication security (also called multi-factor authentication) makes it so much more difficult for hackers to gain access to your online accounts. I used Google Authenticator for ages but moved to Authy due to the ease of installing Authy, and associated two-factor codes, on … [Read more...] about Fix Authy Code Errors
A few weeks ago my desktop computer needed a Windows restore / repair. All went fine except for Google Chrome browser. For some odd reason it had my old login details and I absolutely could not login with my new details. I kept getting error messages like "You were signed into chrome as … [Read more...] about How to fix Chrome sign-in problem
This Post could also be titled "Why I now use Google Chrome" as I've recently done something a few weeks back I would have thought extremely unlikely. I used and loved Mozilla Firefox for many years and then I was forced to reinstall the OS and software onto my laptop due to a trojan. The reinstall … [Read more...] about Why I moved from Firefox
This week has seen the release of two new versions of the most popular Internet Browsers; Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and Mozilla Firefox 4. Besides cosmetic changes there are also functionality changes in both which, especially in the case of Internet Explorer, standardizes the Internet … [Read more...] about Which Internet Browser is Best?
There is a fair bit of comment going on in the blogosphere, chat rooms, discussion forums and Internet in general about Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) becoming a non-supported application and being replaced. This effectively means that existing users of IE6 will need to upgrade or adopt a new … [Read more...] about The End for IE6 – Celebrations all Around