Monday, October 24th, 2005
Have several windows open on your desktop? Hold down the Alt key and hit Tab to go between the open items.
~ Chris Fisher… Continue reading
“Helping People Meet Aging-Related Legal and Care Challenges.” This site can answer your and your love ones’ questions regarding Financial, Legal, Care, End-of-Life, Consumer, Medi-Cal, and General.
From planning your retirement to dealing with your property taxes, the financial section has all the information you need to make smart decisions.
The H.E.L.P. legal pages have information and advice on issues relating to power… Continue reading
Let’s go over some basic definitions.
I’m sure you’ve come across words and acronyms on the Internet whose meanings you don’t know. You may even see them every day but find your eyes glazing over with indifference to their definitions. If you plan on building your own website, then it would be helpful to know what some of this stuff means. For example, do you know what the underlined… Continue reading
One of my internet radio shows just started calling itself a podcast. What’s the difference?
Internet radio shows will “air live” at a certain time. If you miss that time, the website may or may not have an archived version. Podcasts are available at any time through archives and are attached to an RSS feed to alert subscribers when a new episode is available… Continue reading
A lot of the time here at Worldstart our tips send you directly to the Start Menu, right? (i.e – Start>Control Panel, etc.)
Well, if you want a quick keystroke to make the Start menu open try Ctrl+Esc next time. This will pop open the menu and you can use the arrow keys on your keyboard to selects the program and hit Enter to launch!… Continue reading
One of the most annoying things when calling customer service these days is not being able to get a hold of a human being. I get sick of listening to recorded voices telling me what to press and when without answering the question I called to ask. Well, if you live in the USA this site offers some relief. It lists companies such as banks… Continue reading
This site has practically everything that you could possibly need to know about fiery foods and barbecue. In the middle of the home page, there is all the latest news, articles, and recipes. With the navigation on both the top and the side menu there is a lot to visit and absorb.
In the side menu, you will find the sections What’s Hot, Departments, Show Reservations, Magazine… Continue reading
I use Windows Explorer many times every day. It is very annoying that it always opens in My Docs, which I never use. Is there any way to force it to open in My Computer?
Windows Explorer, also known as the My Documents window, is pretty handy. No wonder you want to make it more accessible. You can go one better than the My Computer window… Continue reading