The more you use your computer in your legal nurse consulting business, the higher the chance that one of your data types will become associated with a program other than the one you want to use to open it. What I mean by this is that your songs may start opening with Windows Media Player instead of your trusty iTunes. Your legal nurse consulting reports created in Word might start opening in Wordpad or your photos may open with some editor you downloaded from the Web instead of Photoshop Elements or Microsoft Office Picture Manager.
Every Certified Legal Nurse Consultant running a variation of Windows probably has at least one program that, instead of opening up to a full-screen view, pops up in a smaller window, a portion of a window or is just a quarter of its normal size. You then click it to full-size, do your work and when you’re done, close the program. Next time you open it that same day, it comes up full-size, or not. The next time you open it after a restart of your computer, it opens full-size, or not. Therein lies the rub, it’s not consistent, at least not as consistent as your other Windows programs.