Google Apps vs Microsoft Office 365: Which is Best for Your Business?
As more companies move their file storage and editing, email and team collaboration software to the cloud, they must decide which cloud-based business application to use Google Apps or Microsoft Office 365. More ...
Disable Windows 7 Wireless Configuration Manager Service (WLAN AutoConfig)
Windows 7 WLAN AutoConfig Service discovers and allows you to connect to and disconnect from wireless networks. If you have a wireless adapter that requires a special driver you need to disable WLAN AutoConfig. Or if your computer is connected to a Cabled LAN, you may want to disable WLAN AutoConfig for security reasons. More ...
The Secret to Passing the Microsoft Office Specialist Exams
If you are trying to get ahead in you career today, you will know that the computer
skills you have under your belt are what will make the difference between you
moving up the ladder or down. When it comes to trying to prove your computer
competency in using office applications there is no other certification path that
stands out like the Microsoft Office Specialist program. More ...
Use Windows Key Shortcuts
Along with Windows 95, keyboards a Windows key were introduced. The Windows key is the key with the logo on it just to the left of the [Alt] key. The Windows key adds some functionality that can speed up your access the Windows Desktop and give you quick access to some useful utilities. More ...
Synchronize Your Computer's Clock With an Internet Time Server
Your computer keeps it's internal clock updated with a clock
circuit and crystal oscillator on its motherboard. Crystal oscillators, although
incredibly accurate, do tend to drift over time. For this reason, you may want to
occasionally synchronize your computer's clock With an Internet Time Server. More ...
Change Vista's Start Menu Shutdown Option
Unfortunately the Internet is riddled with complaints from people that their system
doesn't work when they "wake" it, or it doesn't wake at all. Fortunately it's easy
change Vista's default Start menu Shutdown to actually "Shutdown". More ...
Where Did My Recycle Bin Go?
With the Recycle Bin, you can easily restore a file that you deleted. So you might agree that the Recycle Bin is an important utility to have on your desktop. But the Recycle Bin has been known to disappear from the desktop on occasion. Here's how to restore the Recycle Bin icon to the desktop. More ...
Block Popups in Chrome Browser
Popups are the most annoying form of advertising. By default, Google's Chrome browser blocks pop-ups, but if you're seeing popups when using Chrome, you might want to check the setting. More ...
Change Your PC's Name
A computer might have a default name provided by the individual who built it, or you may have inherited the computer from a family member or from another employee who changed positions or left the company. The computer's name may no longer apply. Fortunately, it's very easy to change a computer's name. More ...
How to Hide Files in Windows 7
If you have files on your Windows 7 PC that you don't want anyone to see, you can easily hide them. You simply set the files hidden attribute. But first make sure your PC's Folder Options is set to "Don't show hidden files, folders, or drives. More ...
Turn Off the User Account Control
Although the User Account Control protects your system from hackers, there are situations
where it's just an annoyance, for example if you're not connected to the Internet,
or if you're trying to troubleshoot your computer. More ...
Capture the Computer's Screen With the Print Screen Key
Have you ever wanted to keep a picture of your computer's screen or an application's
window to show to someone else? This is amazingly simple to do. On the top row of keyboard
keys, near the right side, you'll find a key labeled Print Screen. More ...