You’ve enjoyed the convenience of making cheap quality VOIP calls over the internet courtesy of Magicjack. However you can’t figure out how to change your outbound caller ID as it would show up on other people’s phones. Maybe you don’t want your full name, or just want the phone number itself to be the caller ID? Perhaps you’ve searched the internet, and are only taken to out of date solutions that no longer work? Here is what actually works in the years 2015-2016. Simply go to your account at http://my.magicjack.com, and log in. Then click the top tab labeled “Call Features”. Then scroll down the menu to hit “Caller ID Name”. Find your phone number and/or Magicjack Device Name on the list, and change the name in the blank next to it. Hit “Submit”, and your Magicjack Caller ID has been changed. It’s a far simpler process than calling up your phone company to change your landline caller ID. That is if they even allow it!
On April 8, 2014 Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP because they need to force people on to other versions of Windows to increase profits. So in other words they gave at least 20% of computer users an ultimatum. Along with an even higher percentage of businesses trying to maintain a budget. They’re clearly kicking themselves in the rear for making XP too good as it was the first version I’ve used that was actually stable! Unless you want a new computer it’s ridiculous to spend nearly $100 for a new operating system when your current one is working great. If Microsoft really wants people to upgrade then offer a low cost or free one because most people won’t upgrade due to monetary limitations.
Java is software you probably have installed on your computer. It’s used for online applications barely 0.2% of the time, and it’s often vulnerable to viruses if you aren’t allowed to have the latest updates. Despite the fact that the vast majority of computer users don’t need Java they’ve decided to alienate the ones who do by disallowing upgrades of their useless software for those using Windows XP. So we recommend uninstalling it no matter what your operating system is because it’s simply worthless, and could be a security risk to your computer!