How To Build A Mortgage Calculator For Free in Microsoft Excel
One of the really cool parts aspects of Microsoft Excel is the functions Microsoft
has created for you to use. This means that rather than have to develop a function
from scratch you can use pre-built ones to do a plethora of tasks like building
your own Mortgage Calculator. More ...
How to Change Your Computer's Name
I purchased a non-proprietary PC recently, and the technician who set it up gave
it the name "happycustomerPC", a big presumption, and a poor name for a PC. In this
article, I show you how to can change your computer's name. More ...
Configure the Start Menu
To configure Windows Start Menu for optimal performance, select Start | Settings
| Taskbar & Start Menu settings. In the Taskbar & Start Menu settings dialog box,
on the General tab, check and uncheck boxes as recommended here. More ...
Save Ink When Printing
Because of Unmitigated price gouging, printer ink is very expensive. An ink cartridge
for a low end HP printer, containing only one tiny ounce of ink, costs a mind boggling
$30.00! However, most printers provide a mode that uses less ink to use when you
don't need a high quality print. More ...
Windows Desktop Themes
Windows themes are used to change the way your computer's standard sounds, icons,
pointer, desktop wallpaper and screensaver appear with a customized look and feel.
They can be implemented as a whole package that represents a certain concept or
idea or created piece by piece by changing items such as your icons and pointers individually. More ...
Disable Windows 7 Start Menu Display of Most Recently Opened Files
Windows 7 displays in the Start Menu lists of all recently opened files and applications. This allows you to quickly re-access those files and applications. But if you don't want others to know your PC use history, you may want to disable this feature. More ...
Create Your Own Custom Taskbar Toolbar
Creating your own custom Taskbar toolbar is so quick and easy that you can easily
create one to hold related shortcuts for a specific task and when the task is
complete you can quickly remove the the toolbar, keeping the shortcuts folder for
when you need to perform the same task again. More ...
Configure Your Keyboard's Typomatic Functions
If you need to type the same character many times in a row, wouldn't it be convenient
if, rather than repeatedly pressing the same key, you could just hold the key down
and it would automatically repeat the character? That's exactly what a typomatic key does. More ...
Show Desktop Icon Gives Quick Access to Desktop Icons
The way to get quick access to objects is to place shortcuts to them on the desktop.
But the desktop is usually covered by open applications and files. The Show Desktop
icon on the Quick Launch toolbar allows you to minimize all open windows with one click. More ...
Create Your Own Custom Screen Saver with Windows Built-in Slideshow
Modern CRT and LCD displays don't have an image burn-in problem, but people still
use screen savers because they're fun - especially when you can use Windows built-in
Slideshow screen saver to display your own personal photographs. More ...
Where Did Firefox Put My Download?
When you download with Internet Explorer, it pops up a "Save" dialog box to ask you where you want to save the downloaded file. But when you download with Firefox, it simply displays the message "Download complete". Wonderful, but where did it put the downloaded file? More ...
How to Write Protect a File
Write protecting a file prevents anyone, including you, from editing or accidentally
deleting the file. Follow the steps below to write protect a file. More ...