Do you have a program that starts out full screen, but when you hit the little button to make it go back to normal size, it refuses to shrink? Check this tip out! Continue reading
Finding a date in Windows 7 is super easy – you just click the clock on the taskbar and you get an easy readout of the month. Clicking the arrows moves on to the next (or previous) month, but do you know what happens if you click on the name of the month? Continue reading
A remote desktop utility allows you to connect to any computer through a remote desktop connection, as long as both the computers are connected to the internet. There are a good number of scenarios when a remote connection saves the day and the Google Chrome remote desktop extension makes it easy to setup a remote connection between any two computers. Continue reading
Have your icons gone missing from your Windows Start menu? Follow these steps to get bring them back to their original glory! Continue reading
Maybe you already use this at home when you have people over and there’s nothing else to do to keep everybody from falling asleep. Maybe you use this when nobody’s around and you can belt out out-of-tune songs knowing that there is nobody in the room who is searching for ear plugs while you sing. Maybe you don’t even know it’s there.
Truth is, you can turn your PC into a karaoke machine in just a few easy steps! Take a look! Continue reading
Can you please offer a step-by-step on how to download and install your monthly wallpapers?
There are several ways to get there, but this method shows how to get the wallpaper, starting at the WorldStart home page, using Internet Explorer.
First, scroll down and click on WorldStart Wallpaper.
Are you looking for up to date weather alerts for your computer? Looking for not just local forecasts, but worldwide notifications as well? I have found a very useful tool to keep track of weather updates from around the globe. It’s called Earth Alerts.
When you first open the program, you are greeted with a blank screen asking you to input
Dave from New Albany, OR asks:
How can I keep the desktop ini icon from popping onto the desktop and other locations? I delete it and pretty soon it’s back.
Dave, thanks for the question. What you need to do is hide these icons (shown below).
Windows 7 has taken the Aero interface to the next level and has pushed the hardware industry to deliver a certain standard, so that they can handle this new Windowing system from Microsoft. Aero was quite notorious in the days of Windows XP, and I remember many of my friends spoiling their computers in an attempt to try out the Aero interface with the Longhorn Transformation