Tuesday, April 15th, 2008
Sick of entering a password to log into Windows Vista and 7? Check this tip out for a quick and easy answer! Continue reading
ULCPCs: What Are They?
As you may recall, we ran an article in the newsletter last week that mentioned ULCPCs and ever since, I have been getting non-stop phone calls and e-mails from all of you wondering what they are. I know I didn’t explain it very well in the article, so that’s why I’m taking the time today to go over it a little more with you… Continue reading
Are you tired of the same old and boring Google?
Oh, that just makes me yawn!
Luckily, Google has been experimenting with their search engine and they want you to help them out! It’s fittingly titled Google Experimental and with it, you have access to one of the three search experiments Google is trying out. How cool is that? Let’s take a look!
1.) Go… Continue reading
Just the Comment and Nothing But the Comment
Have a lot of comments in your MS Excel files?
Ever find yourself entering duplicate comments as you work your way through a file?
Tired of all the repetitive typing?
If so, how would you like a way to copy and paste just the comment?
The next time you need a comment from a cell, and nothing else, just follow… Continue reading
Social networking is something that has become a part of everyday life. Whether you’re keeping track of your friends, family members or even co-workers, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to send all of them a message at the same time, regardless of which service they prefer? Well, now you can with Chatterous! You can use your existing e-mail address, instant messenger or even your cell phone… Continue reading
We here at WorldStart like to share many different Firefox extensions and Greasemonkey scripts with you so that you can try them out and see what’s useful. Sometimes you may like what we recommend and other times, you may not. And that’s okay! Well, today, I’m going to show you how to uninstall any of those Firefox extensions and Greasemonkey scripts you just don’t really care for. Let’s get started!… Continue reading
Where’d They Hide the AutoCorrect?
Using MS Word 2007?
Still searching for the AutoCorrect options? (You know, the feature that controls the automatic capitalization at the beginning of your sentences and corrects your common typos).
I’m sure you’ve noticed that Word is still fixing the typos while you work, so the feature has to be somewhere, right? But where?
Well, if you’re still searching for the AutoCorrect, you’ve come to… Continue reading
April 2008 Windows Updates
Let me see a show of hands. How many of you have already installed the Windows Updates for April 2008? I hope most of you are raising your hand, because this month’s updates are as important as ever. As you may know, a total of eight updates came through, with five of those being categorized as “critical” and the other three as “important.” A… Continue reading
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could tell beforehand if a Web site is trustworthy or not? Well, with the Web of Trust (WOT) browser add on, you can! With 17,861,251 sites already rated and more being added everyday, this add on can definitely help you browse the Internet in a safer way!
I suggest watching the demo before you download the add on to see if… Continue reading
Today, I have another great little utility for you called FreeCommander. FreeCommander is a program you can use to manage your files easily and with only one screen! So, tell me, have you ever used Windows Explorer? It’s a nice little tool to use to easily view the files and folders on your system, but it has one major downfall. With Windows Explorer, you only get one screen. So… Continue reading