Saturday, August 17th, 2013
Joy’s feeling confused about terms like browser and client. We explain these terms in simple language. Continue reading
Control panel is a helpful tool, but it can be confusing to remember which options lead to which results. So here is the first in a series of decision trees for Windows 7 control panel. Continue reading
If you suspect that your computer has a memory issue, but it’s not being detected automatically, it’s best to make use of the Windows Memory Diagnostics utility that’s built-in to Windows 7.
Here’s how to access it:
Click Start, and in the Search Box type mdsched.exe. You can then either hit the Enter key or click the mdsched icon that appears… Continue reading
We recently ran a tip about how to show multiple windows side by side in Vista and Windows 7 (click here for a look at that tip). However, many of our readers wanted to be able to accomplish this on their XP computers.
This is called tiling, and it can be done either vertically or horizontally. For this demonstration, vertical tiling was used. Depending on whether you… Continue reading
Dale from OR asks:
I can receive email messages with no problem in Outlook, but all my outgoing email stays in my Outbox and won’t send. Can you help?
Despite possibly being the world’s most ubiquitous e-mail program, Microsoft’s Outlook e-mail client is not without its flaws. Now in its 14th iteration
I use Incredimail as my e-mail program. My question is, is there a way to uninstall Outlook Express? I can’t find a uninstall program for it. I use XP home.
Outlook Express is an email program that comes preinstalled with Windows XP. Not everyone likes Outlook Express, however, and they
I liked your comment about Bcc (see the tip Bcc Explained). I forward by using Bcc, removing all email addresses that people have sent me. I have asked my friends to remove their friends’ email addresses before they forward it on, some do and some don’t. How do I explain the
One of the features of Windows that sometimes irks me is the multiple user log in. I mean it’s great when family or friends use my computer because it allows me to maintain my privacy and security, but the downside is that it puts a huge halt on my computer’s boot up. Let me explain; have you ever powered on your computer, walked away to grab