From:         Bob Rankin 
Subject:      TOURBUS - 28 MAR 2006 - Air Travel / System Restore


The Internet Tourbus - U.S. Library of Congress ISSN #1094-2239
Copyright © Bob Rankin and Patrick Crispen - All rights reserved

Planning to travel by air? Today's TOURBUS will make you a smarter traveler and save you time & money. Also in this issue, how to go back in time to fix your PC, sharing your printer, and the best online game sites. Read on!

Airports, Airlines, And Airplanes

Leavin' on a jet plane? Learn how to make air travel reservations, find airports, get airline information, and view real-time flight tracking data. Read on for insider tips on travel planning and reservations, find links to official airport websites in over 200 countries, see how likely you are to encounter a delay with your airline, and exactly how long it will take get through security.

Time Travel with System Restore

A reader recently wrote and asked the following question:

> Help! I downloaded a program that was supposed to remove spyware
> from my computer. But now I'm getting even MORE popups and my
> system freezes at random intervals. I tried to uninstall it but
> can't find a way to get rid of this thing. What do you recommend?

I'm sure this reader is not the only one wishing for a big red UNDO button on his PC. Unless you are very careful, you can download a new program or software update, then find that it makes your system unstable. Wouldn't it be nice if you could go back to a point in time when your computer was working? With System Restore, you can.

Sharing a Printer

So you have two or more computers, but only one printer. Instead of buying additional printers, why not share the printer so all your computers can print to it? You don't have to be a computer guru to make it happen. Whether your computers are already networked or not, this illustrated guide to printer sharing will show you how...

Online Games

Looking for some challenging word play, or a little mindless diversion? Here are a bunch of websites where you can play online web-based games right in your web browser. Most of them are programmed with Shockwave, Flash or Java so there's no need to download anything.

That's all for now, see you next time! -- Bob Rankin

The Internet Tourbus - U.S. Library of Congress ISSN #1094-2239
Copyright © Bob Rankin and Patrick Crispen - All rights reserved
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