Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Shakespeare 0


October 30

Shakespeare 0

File:William Blake - William Shakespeare - Manchester City Gallery - Tempera on canvas c 1800.jpg

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English: Shakespeare by William Blake 1800
Object Name: painting
Artist/Maker: Blake, William Role in production: artist Place of Creation: Europe, United Kingdom, England Date: 1800-1803 (circa)
Medium / Material: tempera
Support: canvas
Technique: tempera on canvas
Description: A head portrait of William Shakespeare. He is depicted here with a faint smile, wearing an Elizabethan collar, surrounded by his own characters. To the right of the figurehead, Macbeth stands beside the three witches and to his left, Hamlet observes a ghostly crowned figure. A wreath of rose leaves frames his head whilst ferns fringe and decorate the top corners, in white on the right and black on the left.

Trying to Learn Windows 10

TThis is another attempt

Monday, October 26, 2015

F6 and windows key

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The best way to disable the touchpad is by using (on the keyboard) F6.

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For the Windows product key, see Microsoft Product Activation.

The Windows key used prior to Windows XP (center)

The Windows key, used after Windows XP (centre), the circle around the logo was not used until Windows Vista

The Windows key, used after Windows 8 (center)
Windows logo key (also known as Windows key, start key, logo key, flag key, super key, command key or flag) is a keyboard key which was originally introduced on the Microsoft Natural keyboard before the release of Windows 95. This key became a standard key on PC keyboards. Tapping this key invokes the operating system's start menu, if it has one. In Windows, Ctrl+Esc performs the same function, in case the keyboard lacks this key.
Historically, the addition of two Windows keys and a menu 

Tuesday, October 20, 2015


This is material used to enable various problems in Microsoft windows 10:

Start windows 10
select round circle
my running lesson!

1. need volume control to get tutorials etc.

In right hand bottom is a small square: 'SHOW hidden icons'.
Click on that and near the bottom of that is a volume icon.

I above doesn't work go to mixer (ask me anything)

Now you can ask for help with 'aSk me anything'.

2. To get 'Action Center' swish in from the right side.

3. One Note works directly.

4. At Chapter two, page 21:
Click the  button in the screens bottom left corner:

At ask me anything: my running lesson

2. Ctrl Alt Del will bring forth task manager.
4. The window seems to alternate between the desktop and the start menu.

5. Get a list of active apps:
Hit keyboard and tab, lists them.

6. I did a ctrl F6 to make the cursor stay where it's supposed to

7. the big icon in lower left points to very elaborate wordpad.

Friday, October 16, 2015


This blog will explore William Blake, William Shakespeare, the Bible, Windows 10 and some other writers.
Blake has an exhaustive blog called 'William Blake: Religion and Psychology'.
Shakespeare appears here. and perhaps some other places.