If you are still using an email @fsjames.com please – immediately get yourself an alternate email (like @gmail, @hotmail, @telus, etc) and contact me. All emails @fsjames.com are gradually being phased out. If I notice in the logs that you haven’t accessed it in several months, I will delete the account immediately. If you still… Continue reading @fsjames.com retiring
Due to t serious number of cases, I will not be doing outcalls until things get better. You can still bring your computer to me, it will be sterilized and serviced for you to pick up. If you have Internet access still, call and I can set you up for remote servicing. Over the phone… Continue reading Covid in the Fort
If you live here – START here!After 4 years untouched, I decided the extended Covid19 lockdown was an opportunity to do a huge update to the website www.fortstjames.com. Simplified, easier for touchscreens and tablets, more organized and with loads of new information and links relevant to our town. There’s Today’s News, Local diner menus and… Continue reading new: fortstjames.com
—–Win10 laptops – call –tiny Atom box desktop $25Asus EEE desktop $2519″ LCD $25Macbook El Capitan $200Macbook El Capitan w SSD $225WACOM tablet $70various laptop chargers $10 Acer HP Lenovo Toshiba
The domain www.fsjames.com has been redirected to fortstjames.com for over a decade and may be retired or sold at any time.@fsjames.com mail accounts have been working as a courtesy to former customers from before 2014, mainly for seniors who find change difficult. Nobody’s paid a nickel ever for the service, I pay it. Do not… Continue reading Mail Problems?
Just use the wizard when you start Mail. All you need to do is enter your email address and password and it will do the rest. SECURITY WARNING ON FSJAMES.COM– this is because the actual server name is practically unspellable and I’m not going to pay for a certificate for everyone else’s free email service.… Continue reading Mail Setup
The first computers I played with were back in the 1960s and 70s. I remember touring SFU when it first opened, ‘the computer’ was the size of your garage and about as powerful as a handheld calculator. But that was amazing at the time, just remember that the H-bomb, nuclear reactors and the Space Program… Continue reading BIO
Site is always under construction. Call or text (if you don’t know the first 3 digits, you don’t live here so I can’t help you) 4008 for help with computer repairs, computer or internet related problems, or lessons.