Monday, August 24th, 2009
Icons all locked up on your desktop? Learn how to free them from their confines! Continue reading
Have you noticed that in Word 2007 your ability to format tab stops seems to be missing?
Are you suffering withdrawl symptoms because you can’t seem to find this little gem?
Ok, so we all know that it’s not really gone but where in the world did they put it?
Well, I can think of a couple… Continue reading
You may not like to use your camera’s flash, but sometimes it’s inevitable. Although some associate it with harsh light, if used correctly, a built-in flash unit can certainly enhance a shot’s quiet appeal. Here are some tips for making the most out of your camera’s flash…
1. Built-in vs. external flash units
A built-in flash unit is generally quite small… Continue reading
Welcome to the site that is going to help you create and maintain your own file library.
Registration is free and easy. Just click the Sign Up or Log In link at the top of the page and then click the register button. Now fill out the form with an e-mail address, and then create a username and password to use on the site. Click… Continue reading
Back in the day buying a processor was as simple as looking at the megahertz or gigahertz and purchasing based on the bigger number. I know there’s more to it than that like onboard cache and what-not, but in comparison to what we’ve got to work with today, life seemed simpler back then.
So, for example, what’s the difference between Core 2 and… Continue reading
Ever have data in MS Excel that’s just a bit too long for the cell?
Did the column widen to accommodate? Or, maybe you got the infamous ##### to let you know that the number didn’t fit. Oh, and let’s not forget everyone’s favorite: the old “convert the number to scientific notation.”
If the results of Excel’s attempt to… Continue reading
The Power Supply Unit, or PSU, is the most important part of any PC, powering each section of your computer, it is essential to make sure it is running smoothly.
There might be multiple reasons for you to change your PSU, but the most common would be that you want to upgrade, as some higher range graphics cards need more wattage than your… Continue reading
As I’m sure some of you know by now, I am a pretty big stickler for security. As the “security guy” here at Worldstart, I am in charge of making sure that your stuff remains safe. To accomplish this, there are quite a few precautions that we take on our end. These measures that we take everyday ensure that information like your credit card number and your passwords are not… Continue reading
Welcome to Lime a place where you are going to learn all about healthy living with a healthy dose of practicality. This site is definitely all about being eco friendly, or green. The nice thing I found about it was that it appeals to everyday people who are just starting to think about living a little bit greener and the folks who are already living green hardcore.… Continue reading