Answer: I’ve actually been asked this question. It was a question I had not considered some people may ask. With this in mind it is probably a good idea that I take a moment and explain myself and the way that I generally write about different topics.
A lot of people have computers they don’t want to spend any money on but need cleaning or other work done in order to get them working right again. The first thing that needs to be done is to define what no money means. When people say they don’t want to spend any money on fixing a computer it is often with a certain amount in mind.
Larger retailers for example usually charge $199.99 and more to have viruses removed from your computer. In a lot of cases, to many in my opinion, this ends up being a “Factory Reset” and more money is charged to backup important pictures and files. The average virus cleaning quickly turns into $329 once it is all said and done. By anyone’s terms that would be considered money.
Will you be my Facebook friend…again? That is the question many on Facebook are being asked to make. It seems that Facebook is being flooded by imposters. Many people are being requested to re-friend people they thought they were already friends with…and they are! Why do people put so much time and effort into trying to impersonate your friends?
Facebook privacy settings are fairly straight forward for what they are. Sharing with “Everyone” or sharing with “Friends”. That may be over simplifying an already simple process but you get what I mean. In order to see your timeline a person needs to be your “friend” or a “friend of a friend”. This is important since what is being attempted here is becoming your friend.