ご近所の M さんからの電話でサポートをしました。マイクロソフトの偽サイトに迷い込んでしまったようです。この手の詐欺が後を経ちません。夜でしたので、早速引き取って修復をしました。見るとパソコンもかなり汚れていたので分解して清掃も行いました。既に 6 年が経過しているものですが、M さんは引き続いてパソコンを楽しみたいとのこと、この際にソフトウェアも年間のサブスクリプションにしてクラウドでのバックアップも提案、それらをインストールすることをお手伝いしました。昨年、ご主人を亡くされた M さん、これからもパソコンライフを快適にされることを願っています。
I helped by calling Ms. M from my neighborhood. It seems that she got lost in a fake Microsoft site. This kind of scam doesn’t go away. It was night, so I picked it up and repaired it. When I saw it, the computer was quite dirty, so I disassembled it and cleaned it. Six years have already passed, but Ms. M wants to continue enjoying the computer, and at this time I also proposes a backup in the cloud with a yearly subscription of software, and helps to install them. Did. Ms. M, who lost her husband last year, hopes that her personal computer life will continue to be comfortable.
家具の飾り棚に照明を取り付けていたのですが、電池式だったので交換が億劫で最近は光がありませんでした。単 4 乾電池 3 本を使用しますから、その電源に USB 電源を利用することとしました。電池ケースに入る木の丸棒を乾電池の代わりとし、両端に取り付けた電極に USB 充電器から給電してやります。こうすることで電池交換の手間が省けます。人が近寄ると点灯するようになっていて、また、この棚に光が戻ってきました。
I had installed the lights on the cabinet of the furniture, but since it was battery-powered, it was a hassle to replace, and recently there was no light. Since it uses 3 AAA batteries, I decided to use a USB power supply as its power source. The wooden round bar that goes into the battery case is used as a substitute for the dry battery, and the electrodes attached to both ends are powered by the USB charger. This will save me the trouble of replacing the battery. It was supposed to light up when a person approached, and the light came back to this shelf.
I decided to decorate Christmas this year. I decorated the tree, attached a wreath, and illuminated the olive trees in the garden. The hardships of the medical servants working in Corona are immeasurable. I think the only help is not to get infected. It makes me happy when I see the shining tree. Vaccine development seems to be progressing, but it seems that it will take some time before we are vaccinated. I hope everyone can continue to spend time safely.
The number of newly infected people is increasing in Japan, and it is said to be the third wave. Under these circumstances, I am confused about traveling, but I am careful not to get infected. I think it is also important to use and cooperate with the staff to see how they care about them at the accommodation facility. However, when I travel, I may see people who do not prevent infection. I would like to continue traveling as much as possible while masking, washing my hands, disinfecting my hands, and taking proper precautions.
Today I drove from Tateshina to Kiyosato. The road running on the south side of Yatsugatake is free and comfortable. It was a warm day today, but Kiyosato, which has a high altitude, was chilly and needed a coat. Conversation with the owner at the usual shop. We were able to enjoy the reunion after a long time.
We’ve been to Tateshina for a two night trip since yesterday. It was a warm week. The autumn leaves are in full bloom and beautiful. The contrast between Kaede and the birch was shining in the blue sky.
I was invited by the warmth of the sun to walk on the nearby hills today. It feels good to walk in the woods. The autumn leaves shining by the west sun, the sunlight leaking through the gaps between the leaves, the footsteps trampling on the dead leaves, there is no noise here, and calm time is flowing.
There is a row of ginkgo trees on Route 20 named Koshu Kaido. In this season, ginkgo nuts and fallen leaves make the road difficult. Fortunately, it was a week when it didn’t rain, but when it gets wet, it can slip and feel dangerous. On a sunny afternoon, I took a picture from the pedestrian bridge on the road. The yellow leaves were shining by the west sun.
On weekday afternoons, I was invited by the sun to walk around the neighborhood with my camera. It was such an afternoon when the sun was warm and the shade was a little cold. The colors of yuzu, persimmon, and autumn are beautiful.
It was a little cloudy day, but we took a walk at near the park. The sound of trampling dead leaves is pleasant. When I saw it, many acorns had fallen. We sat on the bench and had lunch with the rice balls and bread we brought. We were able to spend a calm time without wind. Last week was a noisy day in the US presidential election, but I hope it settles down soon.