Richard wants to know if there would be a big noticeable difference between a PC monitor that is 1920x1080 and a monitor that is 1366x768. Leo says it is, if Richard's daughter is really accustomed to a 1080p screen, but a 1366x768 monitor is still considered "HD." Leo doesn't like the lower resolution displays because he's used to higher resolutions, but as a student, Richard's daughter should be fine with it. Leo recommends just getting the PC with 1366x768.
Neil watches House of Cards on Netflix with his Roku. He's noticed that subtitles come on intermittently. Leo says it could be Closed Captioning that is turned on. Subtitles may be on in the Roku settings as well. Neil should press the down arrow on the remote and make sure all subtitles are turned off.
David is planning a new podcast and he wants the best audio quality he can get interviewing over regular phones. What's the best option and is there a better option than Skype?
Evan got an iPhone 6 and set up his Outlook account. However, the folders that he has set up appeared without the emails that were inside of them. Leo says that Outlook uses Exchange and it should get duplicated, but it could be stuck. He should try removing it and adding it again. It may also be that the older emails won't show up since the OS doesn't want to overwhelm the phone by downloading thousands of emails. There may be a setting in email that would allow him go to back and get the older email.
Aurelia has Facebook on her phone and it's eating up her data plan and text messages. What gives? Leo says that's been a common complaint since Facebook took messaging out of the original app and forced users to message using their Messenger app. Leo says go into Facebook settings and turn off mobile notifications. It's buried deep in the settings. Go into settings -> Notifications -> Text messaging -. TURN THAT OFF. That will save your text messages.
Ray has an iMac and when he downloads programs to it, it wants to install it on the internal hard drive. Leo says he can put the apps just about anywhere he wants just by dragging them to a different location. He should just install it, and then move the file and applications folder onto another hard drive.
Had has a new HTC One and lately, Ed says it's had a mind of its own. Lately it's been changing cities in the weather app without him being able to reset it. Leo says it could be that the current location setting has changed or the location services has been disabled. Ed says the icon for voice recorder has moved as well. Leo says that they can be moved around, so he should just drag it back.
Brad has an iPad and he can't log onto it. He clicked on something he shouldn't have and now he's afraid it's been hacked. Leo says the iPad is very secure and he can't really get hacked on it. Leo says it sounds like Brad simply isn't typing it right, if the password works for his wife, but not him. He should check his caps lock. The browser cache may be damaged as well. But the good news is, he can reset it. He should go into Safari, press the "plus" button and select "Private" in the lower left hand corner. He should try logging in there.
Rob has a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and he's got it set to disable the autofill, but it does it anyway. Leo suggests using a different browser. Google Chrome is the best option, and is far more secure.
The chatroom says that the keyboard is doing it, not the browser, and he can disable that in the settings. Leo also uses a third party keyboard called SwiftKey.
Diane's Android phone had the Android Kit Kat update pushed to her and now all her passwords are gone. Leo says that if she has the setting checked that allows Google to restore her settings and passwords (under "Backup and Reset"), then she can reset them. If it isn't, then she's unfortunately out of luck. So moving forward, Leo recommends having that box checked, plus the box for automatic restore.