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Moving Messages to Folders on Gmail Site

Abbie Taylor
 

Because of an issue I'm having with Outlook on my PC, I've ben using the gmail site for most of my email needs. I often need to move a message from my in box to another folder I've created in Outlook. I found a combo box, listing all my folders and a Go button. So, I assumed that was the way to do it. But after selecting a message, then a folder from the combo box, and pressing Go, it labeled the message with the name of the folder but didn't move it. So, is there a way to move a message from one folder to another on the gmail site?
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http://www.abbiejohnsontaylor.com

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Re: Hai

Pamela Dominguez
 

There’s no message in here.  Pam.
 

Sent: Monday, November 23, 2020 4:51 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] Hai
 



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Re: Instructions for AnyBurn

Wayne Scott
 

Hey Veronica. I Anyburn. I use Anyburn all of the time. I use it to copy one could to another. There should be a tutorial there. I can't access my computer right now to get you the link.  

Wayne Scott  
 

On Nov 23, 2020, at 3:23 PM, Veronica Kirk <veronicaa.kirk@...> wrote:



Hello to all,

 

I would be so delighted if someone could please send me instructions on how to use AnyBurn.  I have music on my computer that I would like to burn on to a CD.  I did obtain instructions from the internet but they do not make much sense to me.  I will be using windows 10 and JAWS 19.  Thank you so much.

 

Veronica

 


Instructions for AnyBurn

Veronica Kirk
 

Hello to all,

 

I would be so delighted if someone could please send me instructions on how to use AnyBurn.  I have music on my computer that I would like to burn on to a CD.  I did obtain instructions from the internet but they do not make much sense to me.  I will be using windows 10 and JAWS 19.  Thank you so much.

 

Veronica

 


Re: running out of space on windows 7

Jaffar Sidek
 

Hi Gene.  You are correct in that your system drive should be just that.  All other stuff should have their own storage space, hence the recommendation, or rather the need for extra external hard drives or other storage media.  But the system drive needs to be maintained to keep it running healthy for as long as is possible, and so computer maintainance, so vital and yet so often sadly overlooked must take place at least once a week or at shorter intervals if you can manage it.  It is amazing the amount of unwanted files a computer can accumulate in it's routine tasks,  Unnecessary files not only take up space, they also slow down your system causing a drain on your PC's resources and also drag down your PC's processing capability, thus shortening it's life.  Thus maintaining your system is vital in the long run. Cheers!

On 24/11/2020 5:56 am, Gene wrote:
Even so, you may just not have enough storage and you may well run out of room in a year or two or less, whatever you do.  If you don't have one, it may well be time to get an external USB drive for storage.  If you accumulate new material significantly over time, what you are doing now is likely just a stop-gap measure.  Also, do you back up your files?

Gene

-----Original Message----- From: Jaffar Sidek
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2020 3:24 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] running out of space on windows 7



To add to Steve's post, the usual culprits are in, your users/yourname directory, the windows/temp directory and the windows/prefetch directory. These locations accumulate huge numbers of temp files that your system don't need after running a process, so cleaning them up should solve your space problems. Constant maintainance of this nature will help enormously.


On 23/11/2020 10:49 pm, Steve Matzura wrote:


Firstly, when you deleted the mail account, did you also make sure to delete its data, wherever that might be stored? Outlook keeps these big giant .PST files. If one of those is still hanging around from that now deleted email account, find it and delete it, too.




Secondly, you could always run cleanmgr (from the "Run" dialog or the command prompt) and check the places where you want Windows to look for potential files to remove for you.




On 11/23/2020 9:08 AM, Terry Olandese wrote:


Hello! I’m using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I have a small hard drive. It’s a solid state drive and I’m finding out that I have no room to download anything. I’ve had this problem before, but I can’t remember what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in my music folder, nothing in my download folder. I seem to remember that I had to get rid of temp files or something like that. Please help. I’ve deleted a mail account that had tons of mail in it, but that didn’t help.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.









Re: running out of space on windows 7

Veronica Kirk
 

Could you please send me the PC maintenance tutorial as well and any information about saving space.  I am having the same issue.  I am also using windows 7.  Thank you.

 

Veronica    

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jaffar Sidek
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2020 4:05 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] running out of space on windows 7

 

Hi.  I've saved your message and will send out a pc maintainance tutorial to you and whoever needs it later today, probably after the kids have gone to bed.  Cheers!

On 24/11/2020 5:40 am, Terry Olandese wrote:

Would you please give me steps to accomplish this? I’ll put them in a document and keep them when I need them again. Thanks.

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jaffar Sidek
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2020 4:24 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] running out of space on windows 7

 

To add to Steve's post, the usual culprits are in, your users/yourname directory, the windows/temp directory and the windows/prefetch directory.  These locations accumulate huge numbers of temp files that your system don't need after running a process, so cleaning them up should solve your space problems.  Constant maintainance of this nature will help enormously.

On 23/11/2020 10:49 pm, Steve Matzura wrote:

Firstly, when you deleted the mail account, did you also make sure to delete its data, wherever that might be stored? Outlook keeps these big giant .PST files. If one of those is still hanging around from that now deleted email account, find it and delete it, too.

 

Secondly, you could always run cleanmgr (from the "Run" dialog or the command prompt) and check the places where you want Windows to look for potential files to remove for you.

 

On 11/23/2020 9:08 AM, Terry Olandese wrote:

Hello! I’m using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I have a small hard drive. It’s a solid state drive and I’m finding out that I have no room to download anything. I’ve had this problem before, but I can’t remember what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in my music folder, nothing in my download folder. I seem to remember that I had to get rid of temp files or something like that. Please help. I’ve deleted a mail account that had tons of mail in it, but that didn’t help.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.

 


Re: running out of space on windows 7

Terry Olandese
 

Thanks. Appreciate the help.

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jaffar Sidek
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2020 5:05 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] running out of space on windows 7

 

Hi.  I've saved your message and will send out a pc maintainance tutorial to you and whoever needs it later today, probably after the kids have gone to bed.  Cheers!

On 24/11/2020 5:40 am, Terry Olandese wrote:

Would you please give me steps to accomplish this? I’ll put them in a document and keep them when I need them again. Thanks.

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jaffar Sidek
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2020 4:24 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] running out of space on windows 7

 

To add to Steve's post, the usual culprits are in, your users/yourname directory, the windows/temp directory and the windows/prefetch directory.  These locations accumulate huge numbers of temp files that your system don't need after running a process, so cleaning them up should solve your space problems.  Constant maintainance of this nature will help enormously.

On 23/11/2020 10:49 pm, Steve Matzura wrote:

Firstly, when you deleted the mail account, did you also make sure to delete its data, wherever that might be stored? Outlook keeps these big giant .PST files. If one of those is still hanging around from that now deleted email account, find it and delete it, too.

 

Secondly, you could always run cleanmgr (from the "Run" dialog or the command prompt) and check the places where you want Windows to look for potential files to remove for you.

 

On 11/23/2020 9:08 AM, Terry Olandese wrote:

Hello! I’m using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I have a small hard drive. It’s a solid state drive and I’m finding out that I have no room to download anything. I’ve had this problem before, but I can’t remember what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in my music folder, nothing in my download folder. I seem to remember that I had to get rid of temp files or something like that. Please help. I’ve deleted a mail account that had tons of mail in it, but that didn’t help.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.

 


Re: running out of space on windows 7

Terry Olandese
 

I have my mp3's and such backed up. I looked on google and found out that I
can hit windows r, enter %temp%, select everything and delete them. would
this be a safe thing to do?

-----Original Message-----thing and delete them. Would this be a safe thing
to do? Thanks.
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of
Gene
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2020 4:57 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] running out of space on windows 7

Even so, you may just not have enough storage and you may well run out of
room in a year or two or less, whatever you do. If you don't have one, it
may well be time to get an external USB drive for storage. If you
accumulate new material significantly over time, what you are doing now is
likely just a stop-gap measure. Also, do you back up your files?

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Jaffar Sidek
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2020 3:24 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] running out of space on windows 7



To add to Steve's post, the usual culprits are in, your users/yourname
directory, the windows/temp directory and the windows/prefetch directory.
These locations accumulate huge numbers of temp files that your system don't

need after running a process, so cleaning them up should solve your space
problems. Constant maintainance of this nature will help enormously.


On 23/11/2020 10:49 pm, Steve Matzura wrote:


Firstly, when you deleted the mail account, did you also make sure to delete

its data, wherever that might be stored? Outlook keeps these big giant .PST
files. If one of those is still hanging around from that now deleted email
account, find it and delete it, too.




Secondly, you could always run cleanmgr (from the "Run" dialog or the
command prompt) and check the places where you want Windows to look for
potential files to remove for you.




On 11/23/2020 9:08 AM, Terry Olandese wrote:


Hello! I'm using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I have a small
hard drive. It's a solid state drive and I'm finding out that I have no room

to download anything. I've had this problem before, but I can't remember
what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in my music folder, nothing in
my download folder. I seem to remember that I had to get rid of temp files
or something like that. Please help. I've deleted a mail account that had
tons of mail in it, but that didn't help.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.


Re: running out of space on windows 7

Jaffar Sidek
 

Hi.  I've saved your message and will send out a pc maintainance tutorial to you and whoever needs it later today, probably after the kids have gone to bed.  Cheers!

On 24/11/2020 5:40 am, Terry Olandese wrote:

Would you please give me steps to accomplish this? I’ll put them in a document and keep them when I need them again. Thanks.

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jaffar Sidek
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2020 4:24 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] running out of space on windows 7

 

To add to Steve's post, the usual culprits are in, your users/yourname directory, the windows/temp directory and the windows/prefetch directory.  These locations accumulate huge numbers of temp files that your system don't need after running a process, so cleaning them up should solve your space problems.  Constant maintainance of this nature will help enormously.

On 23/11/2020 10:49 pm, Steve Matzura wrote:

Firstly, when you deleted the mail account, did you also make sure to delete its data, wherever that might be stored? Outlook keeps these big giant .PST files. If one of those is still hanging around from that now deleted email account, find it and delete it, too.

 

Secondly, you could always run cleanmgr (from the "Run" dialog or the command prompt) and check the places where you want Windows to look for potential files to remove for you.

 

On 11/23/2020 9:08 AM, Terry Olandese wrote:

Hello! I’m using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I have a small hard drive. It’s a solid state drive and I’m finding out that I have no room to download anything. I’ve had this problem before, but I can’t remember what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in my music folder, nothing in my download folder. I seem to remember that I had to get rid of temp files or something like that. Please help. I’ve deleted a mail account that had tons of mail in it, but that didn’t help.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.

 


Re: running out of space on windows 7

Gene
 

Even so, you may just not have enough storage and you may well run out of room in a year or two or less, whatever you do. If you don't have one, it may well be time to get an external USB drive for storage. If you accumulate new material significantly over time, what you are doing now is likely just a stop-gap measure. Also, do you back up your files?

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Jaffar Sidek
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2020 3:24 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] running out of space on windows 7



To add to Steve's post, the usual culprits are in, your users/yourname directory, the windows/temp directory and the windows/prefetch directory. These locations accumulate huge numbers of temp files that your system don't need after running a process, so cleaning them up should solve your space problems. Constant maintainance of this nature will help enormously.


On 23/11/2020 10:49 pm, Steve Matzura wrote:


Firstly, when you deleted the mail account, did you also make sure to delete its data, wherever that might be stored? Outlook keeps these big giant .PST files. If one of those is still hanging around from that now deleted email account, find it and delete it, too.




Secondly, you could always run cleanmgr (from the "Run" dialog or the command prompt) and check the places where you want Windows to look for potential files to remove for you.




On 11/23/2020 9:08 AM, Terry Olandese wrote:


Hello! I’m using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I have a small hard drive. It’s a solid state drive and I’m finding out that I have no room to download anything. I’ve had this problem before, but I can’t remember what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in my music folder, nothing in my download folder. I seem to remember that I had to get rid of temp files or something like that. Please help. I’ve deleted a mail account that had tons of mail in it, but that didn’t help.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.


Re: running out of space on windows 7

Terry Olandese
 

Would you please give me steps to accomplish this? I’ll put them in a document and keep them when I need them again. Thanks.

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jaffar Sidek
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2020 4:24 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] running out of space on windows 7

 

To add to Steve's post, the usual culprits are in, your users/yourname directory, the windows/temp directory and the windows/prefetch directory.  These locations accumulate huge numbers of temp files that your system don't need after running a process, so cleaning them up should solve your space problems.  Constant maintainance of this nature will help enormously.

On 23/11/2020 10:49 pm, Steve Matzura wrote:

Firstly, when you deleted the mail account, did you also make sure to delete its data, wherever that might be stored? Outlook keeps these big giant .PST files. If one of those is still hanging around from that now deleted email account, find it and delete it, too.

 

Secondly, you could always run cleanmgr (from the "Run" dialog or the command prompt) and check the places where you want Windows to look for potential files to remove for you.

 

On 11/23/2020 9:08 AM, Terry Olandese wrote:

Hello! I’m using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I have a small hard drive. It’s a solid state drive and I’m finding out that I have no room to download anything. I’ve had this problem before, but I can’t remember what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in my music folder, nothing in my download folder. I seem to remember that I had to get rid of temp files or something like that. Please help. I’ve deleted a mail account that had tons of mail in it, but that didn’t help.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.

 


Re: running out of space on windows 7

Jaffar Sidek
 

To add to Steve's post, the usual culprits are in, your users/yourname directory, the windows/temp directory and the windows/prefetch directory.  These locations accumulate huge numbers of temp files that your system don't need after running a process, so cleaning them up should solve your space problems.  Constant maintainance of this nature will help enormously.

On 23/11/2020 10:49 pm, Steve Matzura wrote:

Firstly, when you deleted the mail account, did you also make sure to delete its data, wherever that might be stored? Outlook keeps these big giant .PST files. If one of those is still hanging around from that now deleted email account, find it and delete it, too.


Secondly, you could always run cleanmgr (from the "Run" dialog or the command prompt) and check the places where you want Windows to look for potential files to remove for you.


On 11/23/2020 9:08 AM, Terry Olandese wrote:

Hello! I’m using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I have a small hard drive. It’s a solid state drive and I’m finding out that I have no room to download anything. I’ve had this problem before, but I can’t remember what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in my music folder, nothing in my download folder. I seem to remember that I had to get rid of temp files or something like that. Please help. I’ve deleted a mail account that had tons of mail in it, but that didn’t help.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.



Hai

Aakash Mishra
 


Re: running out of space on windows 7

Steve Matzura
 

Firstly, when you deleted the mail account, did you also make sure to delete its data, wherever that might be stored? Outlook keeps these big giant .PST files. If one of those is still hanging around from that now deleted email account, find it and delete it, too.


Secondly, you could always run cleanmgr (from the "Run" dialog or the command prompt) and check the places where you want Windows to look for potential files to remove for you.


On 11/23/2020 9:08 AM, Terry Olandese wrote:

Hello! I’m using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I have a small hard drive. It’s a solid state drive and I’m finding out that I have no room to download anything. I’ve had this problem before, but I can’t remember what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in my music folder, nothing in my download folder. I seem to remember that I had to get rid of temp files or something like that. Please help. I’ve deleted a mail account that had tons of mail in it, but that didn’t help.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.



Re: Rebooting into Safe Mode in Windows 10

Steve Matzura
 

The change user option is there, but ... then what? I don't get a list or muchy else but a password screen when I activate that option. I'm beginning to think it's time for a call to Microsoft.

On 11/22/2020 10:30 AM, Blaster wrote:
When your logged into this guest account, Try the key command Ctrl
plus Alt plus Delete keys.
Do you have the options to switch user or log off from the guest account?
I'm just wondering if you can get to the admin account this way.


Blaster


On 11/22/20, Steve Matzura <number6@noisynotes.com> wrote:
So much for the promise of Bootsafe. You need allow the program to make
changes to your computer via the UAC dialog, and as I said from the very
beginning, I am locked onto a non-privileged account. Talk about
frustrating!


On 11/22/2020 8:57 AM, Steve Matzura wrote:
This looks ver'r'r'ry promising. Will report back. THANK YOU!


On 11/21/2020 8:28 PM, Blaster wrote:
Steve, This is a long shot, but see if you can run this free program.

www.d7xTech.com/free-software/bootsafe

HTH,
Blaster



On 11/21/20, Blaster Nil8 <blaster.nil8@gmail.com> wrote:
Not having access to narrator to press the power button on the login
screen is troubling. Are you saying that the Windows key + Ctrl +
Enter doesn't bring up narrator?

As far as using the command prompt, I'd try either because it's
possible it won't execute due to the admin access lockdown.
Give it a whirl,

Blaster

On 11/21/20, Steve Matzura <number6@noisynotes.com> wrote:
1. How do I click anything once I've found the POWER button on the
sign-in screen? There's no screenreader alive that will give me access
to that, or I haven't figured out how to get that access. Tabbing
to the
Restart button, then holding down the SHIFT key while pressing ENTER
doesn't do it.


2. Once the computer restarts, there's no speech. So what key(s) do I
press to get into Troubleshooting, then Advanced? That was in my first
posted question.


3. In the solution using BCDEDIT, I've also seen one that uses
{default}
instead of {bootmgr}. Which one is correct, and do I need the braces?


4. I can't use MSCONFIG because it tosses me into a UAC screen from
which I cannot escape other than by answering no.



On 11/21/2020 6:53 PM, Blaster wrote:
Steve, Here's a few more ways to enter safe mode that you may
want to
try:

https://pureinfotech.com/safe-mode-windows-10/

HTH,
Blaster







Re: running out of space on windows 7

Monte Single
 

Also check your my videos, my library, and my pictures folders.

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Terry Olandese
Sent: November 23, 2020 8:09 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] running out of space on windows 7

 

Hello! I’m using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I have a small hard drive. It’s a solid state drive and I’m finding out that I have no room to download anything. I’ve had this problem before, but I can’t remember what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in my music folder, nothing in my download folder. I seem to remember that I had to get rid of temp files or something like that. Please help. I’ve deleted a mail account that had tons of mail in it, but that didn’t help.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.


Re: running out of space on windows 7

Mich Verrier
 

Hi try going to your this pc clicking on your drive and doing a disk cleen up and checking he check box that says tempery internet files check box as well as recikle bin and that should help. I don’t have any ideas about solid state drives but I hope this helps. from Mich.

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Terry Olandese
Sent: November 23, 2020 9:09 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] running out of space on windows 7

 

Hello! I’m using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I have a small hard drive. It’s a solid state drive and I’m finding out that I have no room to download anything. I’ve had this problem before, but I can’t remember what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in my music folder, nothing in my download folder. I seem to remember that I had to get rid of temp files or something like that. Please help. I’ve deleted a mail account that had tons of mail in it, but that didn’t help.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.


running out of space on windows 7

Terry Olandese
 

Hello! I’m using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I have a small hard drive. It’s a solid state drive and I’m finding out that I have no room to download anything. I’ve had this problem before, but I can’t remember what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in my music folder, nothing in my download folder. I seem to remember that I had to get rid of temp files or something like that. Please help. I’ve deleted a mail account that had tons of mail in it, but that didn’t help.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.


Mouse does not reading with NVDA.

M Banin
 

Hi everyone,
recently for no reasons the mouse speech has been stopped talking when I move the mouse the Courso does moving around as normal, but I could not able to hear any speech from the NVDA.
anyone know how can I fix this problem? I wanted to enable the speech back to the normal again. however When I click on right Mouse I could hear the  application key of menu it does working just fine .
I'm using Window 8.1.
Thank in advance.
Michael.


its time for NVDA Con 2020.

 

Dear NVDA users, software developers, and accessibility enthusiasts
around the world!

I am Austin Pinto, one of the members of the NVDACon international
planning Committee. NVDA (Nonvisual Desktop Access) is a free and open
source screen reader that allows blind people around the world access
to technology at no greater cost than their sighted peers. You can
find out more about NVDA at http://www.nvaccess.org.

The NVDA conference started out in 2014 so that users of the screen
reader could connect and talk to other screen reader users. Every
year, we host a conference on NVDA, with topics to be presented by the
NVDA community.

We are currently planning for hour 7th NVDACon for the NVDA
community. This conference will be held in December 4to6 2020. Some of
our presenters for this conference include NV Access and more,
We are excited for NVDACon 2020, and we hope you are excited too! The
website is
nvdacon.org, and you can follow us on twitter @NVDACon We are also
on Facebook. just do a search for NVDACon.
Thank you
Austin Pinto

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