Friday, November 9th, 2007
Has your Windows operating system ever bugged you with this error message:
And oh no, not just that one! I’m talking about any one of these pesky messages:
Cannot delete file: Access is denied.
Time to Reset
We’ve all done it.
At one point or another, we’ve all inserted a picture into a document, worksheet or presentation and started altering its appearance.
Let’s make it larger. No, smaller. No, wait, we’ll stretch it only vertically. And let’s lighten the colors and crop it a bit over here.
Next thing you know, you’ve got a mess and you’re looking at the Undo button, thinking, “How… Continue reading
As we all know, Christmas is right around the corner and I’m one who likes to start my shopping early. I’m planning on doing quite a bit of it online this year though and I was wondering if you could give me some safety tips. I haven’t done a lot of online shopping in the past, so I want to make sure I do it right. Thanks for
The Power Supply
So, tell me, has your computer ever made a noise that sounds like one of your fans is dying? I’m sure you would know if it has, because it can be pretty loud and it usually just sounds awful! Well, either way, I’m willing to bet that your fan really isn’t the culprit here. Nope, it could be your power supply instead. If you have… Continue reading
Do you suffer from Adultitis? Well, go ahead and click the Get Tested Now link and find out! Just answer the 12 questions on the test and then click the Give Me My Results button. That will take you to your results. I tested negative for Adultitis. No surprise there!
The Facts – Here you will learn what Adultitis is, how many people have it, if it’s… Continue reading
Have you ever had to look up your system information (such as your processor speed, memory, hard drive space, etc.?) If you know anything about that, it always seems to take so much time! Well, today I have a free download that will put all of that vital information right on your desktop for you. And you know what that means. Yep, you don’t have to go digging around… Continue reading
In my experience, I have observed a lot of users who place their frequent accessible programs as icons on their desktop. Sooner, rather than later though, the desktop craves for space and there is no more available for any new programs you may add to your computer. Well, luckily, there is a workaround for this issue and that lies within compressing your icons.
You can follow these steps to accomplish… Continue reading
One Handed Cell Selections
We all know that you can select non-adjacent cells in MS Excel by holding down the Control key and clicking in various locations on your worksheet.
But, do you ever find yourself frustrated, because you’re trying to highlight non-adjacent cells and the phone is ringing or you need to flip through papers?
What did you do?
Having a third hand would certainly be a good thing… Continue reading
When I place an order with your company, I usually do it right from the newsletter in my e-mail, but I sometimes have trouble with it if I’m trying to order more than one thing. It’s hard to navigate back and forth between the two. Is there an easier way to do it? Please help!
I’m really glad you asked this, because I know you’re not… Continue reading
New Release: SeaMonkey 1.1.6
It’s been less than a month since the last version of SeaMonkey was released, but that doesn’t mean much when updates need to be made! And that’s exactly why another new version of SeaMonkey has just been released. On November 5, 2007 (this past Monday), SeaMonkey 1.1.6 was released to the public and it is now available for download. As you may recall, version… Continue reading