A New Lease of Life for My Tablet
January 4, 2017 3:37pm CST
When I first got my tablet three years ago, a Microsoft Surface RT, I used it a lot, for all sorts of things. Slowly it became heavy and slow, crowded with all that I was expecting from it. In spite of removing most of the things I could, it still was a reluctant participant in my online life. Enter my Mr Fix-it man, my son. He decided to revitalise the tablet, returning it to its original state. And now it's working well again. I have lost a few things I really didn't need, but that's okay. Also, some of the apps I more commonly used, have been updated since I first installed them, so now it's a bit like learning to use it all over again. But at least it now does the things I want it to do again. Thank heavens for technologically minded sons.
20 people like this
• United States
4 Jan 17
We would be lost without our son too. We just wait until he stops by for a visit and have him fix all that we cannot. He also towers over us, his height a gift from some relative back in the day, so we have him retrieve things we need that are out of our reach.
• Pikeville, North Carolina
5 Jan 17
Hoorah for your son being able to give your old tablet new life. It does sometimes feel that just about the time we get comfortable with a piece of tech it seems like it becomes outdated. Glad you are able to continue using your tablet with its renewed vigor.
• Midland, Michigan
5 Jan 17
My tablet keeps telling me it may quit working for I have too much on it supposedly. I did buy an external disk hoping to transfer some things over to it, but haven't figured out how to do that yet. I may have to go into verizon to get their help and I may find that's not how it works anyway. I just eliminated a lot of the apps I downloaded which means that I need to do more on my desktop at home than while I'm away from home.