It took some time to connect my custom domain to this blog; I understood why the Blogger admin page recommends purchasing an external domain from Google. I managed to connect it. I wrote two test entries: one was a text entry, and the other had a shared social media post. When I found an alert from Google indicating that my entry with a Tumblr post may have a security issue, I was highly surprised, even though I embedded my own Tumblr post.
My son, my daughters, and I use Windows 11, which has been updated to 22H2. My husband also has a Windows laptop, but I don't know which OS he's using. Last week, I found a security alert on my desktop and shortly applied the updates. At that time, I saw another security alert that told me to change my settings to activate the new motherboard driver. I managed to change the settings on my desktop, applied the new motherboard patch, and completed updating my desktop, but at the same time, I recognized that updating OS makes users very anxious. This time, I tried outsourcing my youngest daughter's Windows desktop maintenance. It's a self-built one with an intel 9th generation CPU and chipset; I thought it tougher to update it by myself. Motherboards with intel 8th generation or 9th generation chipsets need firmware updates before installing Windows 11, which scares me a lot! I sent it to the mechanic's place yesterday; it will be updated this weekend. I needed to draw
I started creating my new blog, and I'm struggling to connect it to my custom domain. The admin page says my blog has been successfully connected to the external domain, but I still see a security alert that hides my entry.