Welcome to Lee’s Tech Stuff

Special Opportunity: Google has offered a free online course entitled Power Searching With Google. They offered this course a few years ago and it is now available again. It has tips that you never thought about. If you’re interested, begin the course by clicking here. 

Announcement: For those of you who log on regularly I’m sure that you have noticed some neat, if not subtle, changes here on Lee’s Tech Stuff.

  •  Menus on longer pages have been created to make it easier to access specific topics and then be able to quickly return to the top of the page again.
  • All news article links have been rearranged so that the latest articles are now at the top of each page, thus making the latest news available more quickly accessible.
  • New pages have been created, such as All Things Google, All Things Networking, Miscellaneous News, and All Things Browsers, while a few less popular menus have now gone by the wayside.
  • As with all web sites, Lee’s Tech Stuff is a work in progress. Changes, some big and others small, occur regularly. I hope that you like the new features. Let me know what you think. I sincerely welcome your feedback.

Most importantly, let me say to each and everyone who visits my site that you have no idea how much I appreciate your presence and your visits. I work diligently to bring you information that can benefit you in some way and also be informative at the same time. I am truly grateful for your patronage and feel very fortunate indeed for your presence here. Thank you! —- Lee Keller

Quote of the Week

“If you make listening and observation your occupation you will gain much more than you can by talk.” – Robert Baden-Powell

This website provides recent news about Microsoft, Apple, and Linux. You will find suggestions for online tech support, help forums, newsletters, networking, and shopping sites. This information is for experienced users who are interested in the latest developments in technology and in obtaining help with computer issues, as well as for those who want to learn more about how computers operate. The more you know about your computer, the more fun and enjoyment you will derive from it. This site focuses on laptop and desktop users.

You may also visit my other website, Lee’s Pad, for tips and information that are designed to assist the novice computer enthusiast. Subjects such as computer setup, selection, care and maintenance of your computer, educational opportunities, and many other topics are available.