A High Five to you. I'm impressed that you are doing so well. I'm so glad you are making good progress and hope that soon you will be totally up, running and stitching.
Glad you are getting back to normal... I know it takes tie and it is a pain to learn it all over again. Best of luck to be up and running as "normal"
So glad to hear of your success. I know how frustrating it can be. My husband thought he was helping and transferred all my "stuff" from one computer to another bless his heart. It took about a month to figure everything out. Good luck on your continuing endeavors! DebB
Some older things like printers and cameras don't always work on Windows 10. I just don't want you to feel frustrated if you struggle without good results. Did you find your downloads? For many, the download folder location is a mystery. If you know where your downloaded zip files are located, you are doing just fine learning Windows 10.
Luckily I have all of my patterns etc on USB's and now I know how I can get them onto this computer. I was not going to buy another scanner but my Printer is not that old so hopefully I won't have a problem.
Happy to hear you are making progress...
Happy to hear that you are making progress with Windows 10. Keep going it will all work out in the end.
Thanks Marg, I often think of you when I hear the weather your way is bad.
Congratulations. Success builds on success. Now, to the stitching.
Congratulations about getting your patterns to show up. Just take it slowly Lyn and follow the instructions, you'll get there eventually. Love Chris
I am on my way Chris. Actually if I really get into bother we have here in Adelaide a guy who could help. He is Richard Pascoe from Adelaide Tech Guy. Often speaks on radios around Aust and he has a Web site. I don't know him personally but he lives in Echunga which is the next little place next to Mylor