Why Am I Getting the Newsletter Twice?

On Fridays I re-send the newsletter to those who haven’t opened the original sent on Tuesday. It generally has a slightly altered subject line beginning with “You may have missed” or something similar. Why? Email delivery is tricky business. As we’ve all experienced email doesn’t always end up in our inbox, perhaps being diverted to … Read more

Ask Leo! #632 – XP Die-hards, Something System Restore is Good For, Turning off (More Of) Cortana, and more…

XP Die-hards, Something System Restore is Good For, Turning off (More Of) Cortana, and more…

Ask Leo! #631 – Un-Ringing a Bell, Booting Cortana, Recovering another Wi-Fi password, and more…

Un-Ringing a Bell, Booting Cortana, Recovering another Wi-Fi password, and more…

Ask Leo! #627 – Trusting Your Security Software, Second Hand Access, The Mess That Is Event Viewer, and more…

Trusting Your Security Software, Second Hand Access, The Mess That Is Event Viewer, and more…

Ask Leo! #626 – Hacking My Car, Blocking Networks, Sharing Networks, Apps on my [New] Phone, and more…

Hacking My Car, Blocking Networks, Sharing Networks, Apps on my [New] Phone, and more…

Ask Leo! #622 – UEFI, System File Checker, Getting Locked Out, Manhole Covers, and more…

UEFI, System File Checker, Getting Locked Out, Manhole Covers, and more…

Ask Leo! #621 – Windows 10 and Windows Update, Keeping Backups, Microsoft Accounts, Outlook versus Outlook, and more…

Windows 10 and Windows Update, Keeping Backups, Microsoft Accounts, Outlook versus Outlook, and more…

Ask Leo! #618 – Patreon, Reporting Windows 10 Issues, Getting Out Of Search, and more…

Patreon, Reporting Windows 10 Issues, Getting Out Of Search, and more…

Ask Leo! #617 – Travel, Repairing Office, Reinstalling Windows, (Learning Excel Macros), and much more…

Travel, Repairing Office, Reinstalling Windows, (Learning Excel Macros), and much more…

Ask Leo! #616 – Tips for Fall, Avoiding Reboots Mid-presentation, Recovering from a Crash, and more…

Tips for Fall, Avoiding Reboots Mid-presentation, Recovering from a Crash, and more…

Ask Leo! #604 – Edge-ing out IE, Unsupported Software, Two-factor authentication, Password Managers, and more…

Edge-ing out Internet Explorer, Unsupported Software, Two-factor authentication, Password Managers, and more…

Ask Leo! #569 – Dealing with Change, Making a Change, Getting Help with Change, Changes and more Changes, and more…

Dealing with Change, Making a Change, Getting Help with Change, Changes and more Changes, and more…

Ask Leo! #568 – You’re Never Too Old, Driver Updates, Getting Marked as Spam, Survey Results, and more…

You’re Never Too Old, Driver Updates, Getting Marked as Spam, Survey Results, and more…

Ask Leo! #562 – Delays, Free Backup Software, Local Account Sign-in, Windows 10 Privacy, and more…

Delays, Free Backup Software, Local Account Sign-in, Windows 10 Privacy, and more…

Ask Leo! #561 – A question for you, Turning off peer-to-peer and Wi-Fi Sense in Windows 10, harassing email and more…

A question for you, Turning off peer-to-peer and Wi-Fi Sense in Windows 10, harassing email and more…

Ask Leo! #560 – Backing up before going forward, four ways to go back, Corgi pictures, and more…

Backing up before going forward, four ways to go back, Corgi pictures, and more…

Ask Leo! #548 – Knowledge is Power, Free isn’t Free, Conventional Wisdom may not be necessary, and more…

Knowledge is Power, Free isn’t Free, Conventional Wisdom may not be necessary, and more…

Ask Leo! #547 – Prepare for Your Account Hack, Removing a Virus, Viewing Cookies, and My (not so) Favorite Question

Prepare for Your Account Hack, Removing a Virus, Viewing Cookies, and My (not so) Favorite Question

Ask Leo! #546 – Seeing if Email’s Been Opened, Technology-caused Isolation, Measurements, a Peek inside, and more…

Seeing if Email’s Been Opened, Technology-caused Isolation, Measurements, a Peek inside, and more…

Ask Leo! #545 – Explorer Details, Backup Files, Evil Attachments, the depressing state of YouTube comments, and more…

Explorer Details, Backup Files, Evil Attachments, the depressing state of YouTube comments, and more…

Ask Leo! #544 – Mac vs. PC? It’s Over. Your responses, deleting files, changing mobile numbers and more…

Mac vs. PC? It’s Over. Your responses, deleting files, changing mobile numbers and more…

Ask Leo! #543 – My Not-So-Secret Secret, Storing Files Online, VM settings, SPAM, and more….

My Not-So-Secret Secret, Storing Files Online, VM settings, SPAM, and more….

Ask Leo! #542 – Facebook Fail, Copied Files, Sending Spam, Why Microsoft Didn’t Fix Your Bug, and more…

Facebook Fail, Copied Files, Sending Spam, Why Microsoft Didn’t Fix Your Bug, and more…

Ask Leo! #541 – Hotmail Support, Compromised Credit Cards, Moving the Task Bar, Backup Programs and more…

Hotmail Support, Compromised Credit Cards, Moving the Task Bar, Backup Programs and more…

Ask Leo! #535 – A Question for You, Email Blocking, Gmail Routing, Email Terminology, and more…

A Question for You, Email Blocking, Gmail Routing, Email Terminology, and more…

Ask Leo! #534 – Do You IMAP? Blocking Pictures in Email, Backing Up Email, Getting Less Email and, um … more

Do You IMAP? Blocking Pictures in Email, Backing Up Email, Getting Less Email and, um … more

Ask Leo! #533 – Getting Spam from Yourself, Windows 10, My Depressing Survey on Backups and more…

Getting Spam from Yourself, Windows 10, My Depressing Survey on Backups and more…

Ask Leo! #532 – Download Destinations, Continuous Backup, Trusting the Repairman, Please Share Links and more…

Download Destinations, Continuous Backup, Trusting the Repairman, Please Share Links and more…

Ask Leo! #531 – CPU Maxed at 25%, External Drives, Scheduling Backups, and yes, Everything is Awesome!

CPU Maxed at 25%, External Drives, Scheduling Backups, and yes, Everything is Awesome!

Ask Leo! #529 – 2014’s hits, Firewalls, Deleting Setup Files, Let’s Get People to Back Up!

2014’s hits, Firewalls, Deleting Setup Files, Let’s Get People to Back Up!

Ask Leo! #528 – Hard drives in dead computers, Deleting multiple emails, Are they really deleted?, Avoiding Bitlocker, and more…

Hard drives in dead computers, Deleting multiple emails, Are they really deleted?, Avoiding Bitlocker, and more…

Ask Leo! #527 – Your new computer, Removing websites, Avoiding two-factor risks, 5 suggestions for the new year and more…

Your new computer, Removing websites, Avoiding two-factor risks, 5 suggestions for the new year and more…

Ask Leo! #526 – Pictures not Showing, When Pages Were Written, Microsoft Update, Time to Unsubscribe and more…

Pictures not Showing, When Pages Were Written, Microsoft Update, Time to Unsubscribe and more…

Ask Leo! #522 – So many clouds! Filtering junk, not filtering not junk, labels versus folders, remembering passwords and more…

So many clouds! Filtering junk, not filtering not junk, labels versus folders, remembering passwords and more…

Ask Leo! #520 – Crashing Windows Explorer, more Wi-Fi Security, BoxCryptor, the return of the Podcast, and more…

What to do when Windows Explorer crashes, Wi-Fi Security that’s not really security at all, encrypting your cloud with BoxCryptor, the Podcast is back, and more…

What is “clicks.aweber.com”?

Unfortunately some security services and/or malware will block clicks.aweber.com, which is safe, and used by my newsletter to help me understand what people are looking at.

Ask Leo! #441 – Why don’t people back up? Password reset disks, Office 2013 subscription, running without a net and more…

Backups are one of the ways that people can protect themselves from everything from hardware failure to virus infections. So why don’t people backup?

Ask Leo! #439 – Replacing my hard drive, flakey Bluetooth, how viruses spread and more…

I recently replaced the primary hard drive on my primary machine with an SSD. I’ll walk you through the steps I took that made the process relatively pain-free.

Ask Leo! #438 – No need to hate Windows 8, Outlook.com on the other hand, my use of cookies and more…

I recently upgraded my primary desktop machine to Windows 8. I did so with some trepidation after hearing many complaints. My reaction: what’s all the fuss about?

Ask Leo! #436 – Removing yourself from Google, malware traces, router passwords, Internal RAM sticks and more…

Removing yourself from Google, malware traces, router
passwords, Internal RAM sticks and more…

Ask Leo! #435 – Free email services, sudden scrolling, mail-to links, ethernet cards and more…

Free email services, sudden scrolling, mail-to links, ethernet cards and more…

Ask Leo! #434 – Forwarding email you shouldn’t, Apple viruses, full drives, Laundromat WiFi and more…

Forwarding email you shouldn’t, Apple viruses, full drives, Laundromat WiFi and more…

Ask Leo! #432 – Hubs, Switches and Routers, “Your computer is at risk” messages and more…

Hubs, Switches and Routers, “Your computer is at risk” messages and more…

Ask Leo! #431 – Are You – no, YOU – backed up? Also, broken computers, cyber cops malware and more…

Are You – no, YOU – backed up? Also, broken computers,
cyber cops malware and more…

Ask Leo! #430 – Spam, Spam, Spam and Spam, passing robot tests, work-at-home sites and more…

Spam, Spam, Spam and Spam, passing robot tests,
work-at-home sites and more…

Ask Leo! #429 – Changing your email address, lost cookies, Macrium passwords, clean shut-downs, phone photos and more…

Changing your email address, lost cookies, Macrium passwords, clean shut-downs, phone photos and more…

Ask Leo! #428 – Staying Safe on the Internet, why progress bars suck, retrieving the Windows admin password and more…

Staying safe on the Internet, why progress bars suck,
retrieving the Windows admin password, and more…

Ask Leo! #425 – Reverting to Windows 7, Fix-it’s that don’t, protecting external drives, Leo’s signature and more…

Reverting to Windows 7, Fix-its that don’t, protecting external drives, Leo’s signature and more…

Ask Leo! #424 – Disable Java, disposing of old hard drives, flash memory wearing out and more…

Disable Java, disposing of old hard drives, flash memory
wearing out and more…

Ask Leo! #423 – Closing and resizing Windows 8 apps, Ransomware, Win 7 in Win 8, proving email was sent and more…

Closing and resizing Windows 8 apps, Ransomware, Win 7 in Win 8, proving email was sent and more…

Ask Leo! #422 – The Windows 8 Start Menu, Dropping Dialup Connections, Banking with Linux and more…

The Windows 8 Start Menu, Dropping Dialup Connections, Banking with Linux and more…

Ask Leo! #418 – The Importance of English, backups with the power off, wireless adapters, infected routers and more…

The Importance of English, backups with the power off, wireless adapters, infected routers and more…

Ask Leo! #417 – Hotels that interfere with your email, web versus pc based email, upgrading your CPU and more…

Hotels that interfere with your email, web versus pc based email, upgrading your CPU and more…

Ask Leo! #416 – Encrypting a file, USB 3, large files on the desktop, blurry pictures and more…

Encrypting a file, USB 3, large files on the desktop, blurry pictures and more…

Ask Leo! #415 – Moving a file can leave traces, Microsoft Security Essentials, blaming a contact and more…

Moving a file can leave traces, Microsoft Security Essentials, blaming a contact and more…

Ask Leo! #414 – Screen shots worth 1000 words, moving pre-installed Windows, Windows 8 downloads and more…

Screen shots worth 1000 words, moving pre-installed
Windows, Windows 8 downloads and more…

Ask Leo! #413 – Cookies and how they’re made, do not track, magnets, expiring email accounts and more…

Cookies and how they’re made, do not track, magnets, expiring email accounts and more…

Ask Leo! #412 – Malware by looking at email, starter printer cartridges, transferring software and more…

Malware by looking at email, starter printer cartridges, transferring software and more…

Ask Leo! #411 – Sites you download unknowingly, women versus men versus young versus old, realtime scanning and more…

Sites you download unknowingly, women versus men versus young versus old, realtime scanning and more…

Ask Leo! #410 – Viewing smooth online videos, uploading music to YouTube, FireFox alternatives and much more…

Viewing smooth online videos, uploading music to YouTube, FireFox alternatives and much more…

Ask Leo! #408 – Finding a web host, email security, large PSTs, add/remove programs and more…

Finding a web host, email security, large PSTs,
add/remove programs and more…

Ask Leo! #407 – Do you need a Windows Password? Learning Linux, archiving newsletters, disposable email addresses and more…

Do you need a Windows Password? Learning Linux, archiving newsletters, disposable email addresses and more…

Ask Leo! #406 – Windows 8, Windows 8, file formats for photos, defragging thumbdrives and more…

Windows 8, Windows 8, file formats for photos, defragging thumbdrives and more…

Ask Leo! #404 – Moving windows you can’t see, dynamic IPs, defragging, freezing computers and more…

Moving windows you can’t see, dynamic IPs, defragging, freezing computers and more…

Ask Leo! #403 – Drowning in Spam, Anti-malware boot disks, your phone knows who you are and more…

Drowning in Spam, Anti-malware boot disks, your phone knows who you are and more…

Ask Leo! #402 – IMAP, .dat files, upside down photos, Microsoft Office alternatives and more…

IMAP, .dat files, upside down photos, Microsoft Office
alternatives and more…

Ask Leo! #401 – Defragging: What? Why? When?, second hand machine, upgrading Windows 2000, after death email and more…

Defragging: What? Why? When?, second hand machine, upgrading Windows 2000, after death email and more…

Ask Leo! #400 – Pixels & DPI & bytes, (oh my!), Fax versus email security, moving contacts, SSDs and more…

Pixels & DPI & bytes, (oh my!), FAX versus email security, moving contacts, SSDs and more…

Ask Leo! #399 – When a gigabyte isn’t a gigabyte, stopping spam, snooping technicians and more…

When a gigabyte isn’t a gigabyte, stopping spam,
snooping technicians and more…

Ask Leo! #398 – Burning audio CDs, video cards on motherboards, a friend that can read your email and more…

Burning audio CDs, video cards on motherboards, a friend that can read your email and more…

Ask Leo! #397 – Why your machine’s slowing down, disabling https, localhost, sharing your password and more…

Why your machine’s slowing down, disabling https,
localhost, sharing your password and more…

Ask Leo! #396 – ZIPping your pictures, getting files from an unbootable machine, DBAN, IE8’s memory usage and more…

Tease: ZIPping pictures, getting files from an unbootable machine, DBAN, IE8’s memory usage and more…

Ask Leo! #395 – My wife’s new Mac, svchost, fake accounts, fake email and more…

My wife’s new Mac, svchost, fake accounts, fake email and more…

Ask Leo! #394 – What The File? Transferring Gmail, why I don’t partition my disk, network traffic and more…

What The File? Transferring Gmail, why I don’t partition my disk, network traffic and more…

Ask Leo! #391 – Memory versus memory, filling up unused email accounts, disabling your touchpad and more…

Memory versus memory, filling up unused email accounts, disabling your touchpad and more…

Ask Leo! #390 – Right person – wrong address, Gravatars, Browser Choice, .torrents and more…

Right person – wrong address, Gravatars, Browser Choice,
.torrents and more…

Ask Leo! #389 – If there’s only one copy, it’s not backed up. Plus – slow as a snail, TV viruses and more….

If there’s only one copy, it’s not backed up. Plus – slow as a snail, TV viruses and more….

Ask Leo! #388 – Malwarebytes Antimalware, long term storage, charging spammers, CAPTCHAs and more…

Malwarebytes Antimalware, long term storage, charging
spammers, CAPTCHAs and more…

Ask Leo! #387 – TeamViewer for remote access, display names that don’t match email addresses and more…

TeamViewer for remote access, display names that don’t
match email addresses and more…

Ask Leo! #386 – Java versus Javascript, vanishing pictures, backups that include malware and more…

Java versus Javascript, vanishing pictures, backups that include malware and more…

Ask Leo! #381 – Is The Cloud Dangerous? Outlook versus Outlook, Skype, Kindle, Facebook & more…

Is The Cloud Dangerous? Outlook versus Outlook, Skype, Kindle, Facebook & more…

Ask Leo! #379 – Happy Anniversary! Learning from a massive hack, ads that stalk you and more…

Happy Anniversary! Learning from a massive hack, ads that stalk you and more…

Ask Leo! #378 – The Impending Death of Hotmail (or not), sending documents securely, telling MS what to do, and more…

The Impending Death of Hotmail (or not), sending
documents securely, telling MS what to do, and more…

Ask Leo! #377 – Why do people forget their passwords? Downgrading Windows 7, whether computer experts exist, and more…

Why do people forget their passwords? Downgrading
Windows 7, whether computer experts exist, and more…

Ask Leo! #376 – Think email’s secure? How about trusting the internet? That and more…

Think email’s secure? How about trusting the internet? That and more…

Ask Leo! #371 – How Windows 7 Libraries Work (and confuse), reporting spam, clearing your hard drive and more…

How Windows 7 Libraries Work (and confuse), reporting spam, clearing your hard drive and more…

Ask Leo! #365 – Surface thoughts, laptop keyboards, Documents and Settings in Windows 7 and more…

Surface thoughts, laptop keyboards, Documents and
Settings in Windows 7 and more…

Ask Leo! #364 – New Phishing holes are coming, Ubuntu versus Windows 7, sharing Kindle books and more…

New Phishing holes are coming, Ubuntu versus Windows 7,
sharing Kindle books and more…

Ask Leo! #363 – Does the platform you use matter anymore? Ghostly icons, selling out digital products and more…

Does the platform you use matter anymore? Ghostly icons,
selling out digital products and more…

Ask Leo! #362 – Good passwords probably aren’t what you think, backing up TrueCrypt, restore points and more…

Good passwords probably aren’t what you think, backing up TrueCrypt, restore points and more…

Ask Leo! #361 – Certificates: good, bad & how they work, overheating hard drives, changing IP addresses and more…

Certificates: good, bad & how they work, overheating
hard drives, changing IP addresses and more…

Ask Leo! #358 – The workings of ‘Keep me signed in’, stale OpenCandy, pipes, the deep web and more…

The workings of ‘Keep me signed in’, stale OpenCandy, pipes, the deep web and more…

Ask Leo! #352 – Removing personal information from a machine, where user accounts come from and more…

Removing personal information from a machine, where user accounts come from and more…

Ask Leo! #351 – Decompressing Windows compression, paying for free software, IP addresses, paging files and more…

Decompressing Windows compression, paying for free software, IP addresses, paging files and more…

Ask Leo! #349 – Drivers that install over and over, monitoring changes to the registry, noobs and more…

Drivers that install over and over, monitoring changes to the registry, noobs and more…

Ask Leo! #348 – Losing the internet in July, fixing what isn’t broken, links to your Dropbox and more…

Ask Leo! #348 – Losing the internet in July, fixing what isn’t broken,
links to your Dropbox and more…

Ask Leo! #347 – Purchase and set up your own domain, blocking unwanted email, using recovery discs, Answercast #10 and more…

Purchasing and setting up your own domain, blocking unwanted email, using recovery discs, Answercast #10 and more…

Ask Leo! #346 – Why hackers hack, why files get locked, what happens to email sent to the wrong address and more…

Why hackers hack, why files get locked, what happens to email sent to the wrong address and more…

Ask Leo! #345 – Lights are on but nobody home, small photos, backup terminology, a fully packed Answercast and more…

Lights are on but nobody home, small photos, backup
terminology, a fully packed Answercast and more…

Ask Leo! #344 – Libraries and Kindles, how spammers hide IP addresses, does your email have a virus and more…

Libraries and Kindles, how spammers hide IP addresses,
does your email have a virus and more…

Ask Leo! #343 – Https Security, Burning a CD, nine more answers in Answercast 6 and more…

Https Security, Burning a CD, nine more answers in
Answercast 6 and more…

Ask Leo! #337 – Removing a recovery partition, speeding up FireFox, connection speeds and more…

Removing a recovery partition, speeding up FireFox,
connection speeds and more…

Ask Leo! #336 – More on initial system images, free Kindle reading applications, overwriting files and more…

More on initial system images, free Kindle reading
applications, overwriting files and more…

Why is my email at the bottom of every newsletter?

I’m concerned about the length of time my name has been posted at the bottom of your newsletter page. I would like you to delete it, if at all possible. Does it only show up on my machine? Or is out everywhere? I have never seen new subscribers listed there, so it just seems…unusual.

It's not at all what you think.

At the bottom of every newsletter is some administrative information.

More to the point, your information appears only in your copy of the newsletter.

Read moreWhy is my email at the bottom of every newsletter?

Ask Leo! #333 – Letting a technician through your firewall, fixing Windows 7’s boot, image backups and more…

Letting a technician through your firewall, fixing
Windows 7’s boot, image backups and more…

Ask Leo! #332 – Does Google know all? Viewing hidden files, locating product keys and more…

Does Google know all? Viewing
hidden files, locating product keys and more…

Ask Leo! #331 – Bypassing UAC, deleting cookies on schedule, getting files back from an upload site and more…

Bypassing UAC, deleting cookies on schedule, getting
files back from an upload site and more…

Ask Leo! #330 – TV over the internet? Being labeled a spammer, finding your IP address via IM and more…

TV over the internet? Being labeled a spammer, finding
your IP address via IM and more…

Ask Leo! #329 – How long ISPs track you, joining a dating service, selecting the right playback device and more…

How long ISPs track you, joining a dating service,
selecting the right playback device and more…

Ask Leo! #328 – Keep running that old copy of Windows, deleting email, using Facebook safely and more…

Keep running that old copy of Windows, deleting email,
using Facebook safely and more…

Ask Leo! #327 – Getting ‘remembered’ passwords out of your computer, backing up Yahoo!, download accelerators and more…

Getting ‘remembered’ passwords out of your computer,
backing up Yahoo!, download accelerators and more…

Ask Leo! #326 – Secrets of your sysadmin, turning off IE9’s “speed up” suggestion, deleting Hotmail contacts and more…

Secrets of your sysadmin, turning off IE9’s “speed up” suggestion, deleting Hotmail contacts and more…

Ask Leo! #325 – Getting Windows 7 machines to ‘see’ each other, repairing Microsoft Office, is this a scam? and more…

Getting Windows 7 machines to ‘see’ each other,
repairing Microsoft Office, is this a scam? and more…

Ask Leo! #324 – Which version of IE you should run, live CDs, routers vs. routers vs. access points, and more…

Which version of IE you should run, live CDs, routers vs. routers vs. access points, and more…

Ask Leo! #323 – Downloading Windows 7, perhaps even legally! Broken keyboards, image formats and more…

Downloading Windows 7, perhaps even legally! Broken keyboards, image formats and more…

Ask Leo! #322 – Watching what your network is up to, making photos smaller on disk, SSIDs and more…

Watching what your network is up to, making photos smaller on disk, SSIDs and more…

Ask Leo! #321 – Slow pictures, big pictures, big slow pictures, combining internet connections and more…

Slow pictures, big pictures, big slow pictures, combining internet connections and more…

Ask Leo! #320 – A Windows Explorer change you must make, DLLs versus EXEs, Sandboxes versus VMs, and more…

A Windows Explorer change you must make, DLLs versus EXEs, Sandboxes versus VMs, and more…

Ask Leo! #319 – Is the internet really that dangerous? Taskbar previews, Hotmail passwords (again), and more…

Is the internet really that dangerous? Taskbar previews, Hotmail passwords (again), and more…

Ask Leo! #318 – The 32-to-64 bit upgrade path, clipboards, a great cleaning tool, and more…

The 32-to-64 bit upgrade path, clipboards, a great cleaning tool, and more…

Ask Leo! #317 – Why I dislike System Restore. Also: backing up e-readers, anonymous surfing and more…

Why I dislike System Restore. Also: backing up e-readers, anonymous surfing and more…

2012 Newsletter Changes

I want to thank everyone who provided feedback for the survey that I ran last month regarding newsletter frequency. The overwhelming winner was "do whatever you want", which I truly appreciate.

Taking your feedback and factoring in my own goals for the new year (more answers for you, less work for me :-)) I've decided to tweak a couple of things about the weekly newsletter.

Read more2012 Newsletter Changes

Why did I completely stop getting your newsletter?

I suddenly stopped getting your newsletter this spring. All of a sudden, not a single issue. Why? And what do I do?

Based on that description, and especially the timing, unfortunately there’s a very good chance you’ve been unsubscribed.

And it’s possible that I did it.

Let me explain why.

Read moreWhy did I completely stop getting your newsletter?

Why can't you put full articles in your newsletter?

I occasionally get questions complaints about the format of the newsletter. Specifically, some people find the fact that it contains only the first part of each article and requires you to click through to the website objectionable.

There are several very important reasons that the newsletter is structured this way.

Read moreWhy can't you put full articles in your newsletter?

Leo's Answers #253 – October 19, 2010

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Leo's Answers #252 – October 12, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles How do I convert an audio file to a midi file? I would … Read more

Leo's Answers #251 – October 5, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles How do I get PDF files to open inside my browser? Or not? … Read more

Leo's Answers #250 – September 28, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles Why is my PDF so large compared to the original? I publish a … Read more

Leo's Answers #248 – September 14, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles How do I access the Policy Editor in Windows 7 Home editions? In … Read more

Leo's Answers #247 – September 7, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles Why does my computer crash at random times? I have a dual core … Read more

Leo's Answers #246 – August 31, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles How do I safely use a free email account? My hotmail account was … Read more

Leo's Answers #245 – August 24, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles Can I have more than one email account with the same ID? Is … Read more

Leo's Answers #244 – August 17, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles How do I know that this web address is safe? Security when clicking … Read more

Leo's Answers #243 – August 10, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles Should I Leave Windows 98 behind? I am having problems finding an antivirus … Read more

Leo's Answers #242 – August 3, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles How do I report a bug in Windows? In Windows 7 Ultimate x64, … Read more

Leo's Answers #241 – July 27, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles How long should a hard drive last? This article’s not borne out of … Read more

Leo's Answers #240 – July 20, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles How do I automatically forward my Windows Live Hotmail mail? I’m changing email … Read more

Leo's Answers #239 – July 13, 2010

[raw] A Weekly Newsletter From Ask Leo! Leo Notenboom Hello! Do you have a tech question? Ask it here. Newsletter questions? Check the newsletter administration page. You can also unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this email. *** New Articles Why are reboots required on some system updates? Why is a system restart … Read more

Leo's Answers #238 – July 6, 2010

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Leo's Answers #237 – June 29, 2010

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Leo's Answers #236 – June 22, 2010

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Leo's Answers #235 – June 15, 2010

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Leo's Answers #234 – June 8, 2010

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Leo's Answers #233 – June 1, 2010

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Leo's Answers #232 – May 25, 2010

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Leo's Answers #231 – May 18, 2010

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Leo's Answers #230 – May 11, 2010

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Leo's Answers #229 – May 4, 2010

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Leo's Answers #227 – April 20, 2010

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Leo's Answers #226 – April 13, 2010

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Leo's Answers #225 – April 6, 2010

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Leo's Answers #224 – March 30, 2010

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Leo's Answers #223 – March 23, 2010

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Leo's Answers #222 – March 16, 2010

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Leo's Answers #221 – March 9, 2010

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