Sorry to have been out of touch. My Samsung lap top took a tumble and I broke off a chuck of plastic that held in the battery charger. Actually the Samsung was always a slippery sucker and I've often complained about it. As far as lap tops go it was a pretty efficient one but that slippery trait and the placement of the touch pad was awkward at best. I was used to a Dell laptop and loved the little thing. I needed more power and was in a hurry and opted for the Samsung because I could get it immediately. Bad move. I'm back to a Dell now and except for the Windows 8 I'm a happy camper.
There is something about getting a new operating system that always throws me for a loop and this one is no exception. Swipe screens - and keyboards and a dozen ways to do the same thing. Yikes. And really, Outlook? When I wanted outlook on my last computer I had to pay for the darn thing - I refused to do that and simply got a new email (with Google) and I'm happy with it. Now you want me to have a google account or I have to find a way around it. Oh Pul-ezzze....stop it Gates! If you want me to be happy with my Microsoft stuff then please just let me put on the things that I want on my computer and make it so us who remember the very first computers can do that with ease. I don't want to have to take a computer course just to put "my usual" on my desktop.
Yeah, I know, its probably really simple...and if that were so why the heck can't the "geeks" just do it at the Best Buy.
Anyhow, I'm back in business while the Samsung is being repaired and maybe I'll add sticky bumps to bottom of it so I don't lose it again on the floor.
And, if anyone know how to get gmail on their Window's 8 easily - without a code and without having to sign up for Outlook let me know.