Wednesday, September 15th, 2010
Learn how to get back a lost internet connectivity icon. Continue reading
I’ve always found navigating through the three actual dimensions difficult. Numerous bruises and scrapes finally forced me to quit trying to walk and chew gum at the same time. My early attempts at navigating three virtual dimensions in Google SketchUp offered similar challenges (with fewer injuries). Once I got my bearings though, I found Sketchup to be a wonderful, user friendly tool. However, learning some basics helped make that transition… Continue reading
Copy Cat Recipes
Is there something that you love to order when you eat out, but you’d love to know how to make it at home? Well then you’ve come to the right place.
Here at Copycat Recipes you will find recipes for some of your favorite foods at restaurants so that you can make them at home!
You’ll find the recipes… Continue reading
Have you tried the Delete key when using OpenOffice Calc?
Well, that depends upon where you were…
As in, were you in a cell or the formula bar editing content or did you have an entire cell(s) selected?
If you’ve got your cursor in the cell data (or the formula bar) editing the information then the… Continue reading
One of the things I love the most about Windows 7 is the ability to just type in a program’s name in the search box rather than click through all that other stuff to launch it. So, if I want to launch Firefox, I just type “firefox” in the search box and click the icon that appears in the list above.
Well, did you know that in… Continue reading
Sometimes when I’m researching web sites to share with you, I’ll just look up a word in Google and see what comes up. That’s how I found this site. I typed in the words chom chom which among my circle of friends is used like om nom nom which to them refers to eating. So, holy cow, was I surprised when I found out that chom chom is a fruit!… Continue reading
The brawl between browsers heated up on Wednesday, when Microsoft released the beta version of IE9. Whichever browser comes out on top, web users will be the likely winners, with improved speed, security, graphics, and lots of bells and whistles.
Of course, in order to test the new IE9 features, you must wade through the installation process, which takes a while
I’m an avid Gmail and Google Chrome user, but if there’s one thing I hate, it’s wasting time checking my emails every ten seconds while I’m waiting for an important one. I always seem to be checking my Gmail account, only to be greeted with spam or a cheery message, “No new mail!” In addition, since I use Gmail’s web interface instead of an email client such as Microsoft Outlook… Continue reading
We all know that the newest version of Microsoft Office programs has a lot of really cool features.
We also know that many of these features just don’t work with older file formats.
I can’t speak for you, but I have a lot of files that were created with Office 2002 and I’m not about to start over just to access the new cool… Continue reading
Formatting the hard drive of a computer can be a pain, but sometimes it’s unavoidable and needs to be done. Although operating system installations don’t take hours to complete anymore, it is still cumbersome to re-install all of your favorite software all over again on a freshly formatted drive. Some applications, like the media players, messengers, and browsers, etc. are needed the moment one boots into