After downloading software and running the setup program you might be able to delete the setup file.
If it was a ZIP file, you’re probably safe to just delete it. If it was an EXE file, make sure it’s only a setup program and not the actual program itself (in most cases, it’s only a setup program or has the word “Setup” somewhere in… Continue reading
Ever find yourself frustrated while working in MS PowerPoint as you jump back and forth between the keyboard and the mouse? You know, as you move from text box to text box.
Let me clarify. You’re working on a slide with a couple of text boxes and a title box, but you’re tired of jumping between the mouse and the keyboard every time you want to move… Continue reading
Have you been bitten by the flu bug? It seems like no matter where I go the flu is all anyone is talking about. In every class people are worrying about germs and they’ve installed hand sanitizers everywhere. That’s one of the reasons why I wanted to bring you this site.
It is time we started looking for flu facts, rather than let our paranoia destroy our… Continue reading
When you go to the Fonts folder (Go to Start>Run and type in “fonts“) you’ll probably see a huge list of available fonts. The question is: What do they look like? You could open up MS Word and use the drop-down box to look, but some of us don’t have that option or want a faster way.
Well, if you really want to… Continue reading
Have you seen the presentations with eye-catching 3-D graphics and find yourself wishing that you had the time to come up with things like that too?
Well, if you’re using PowerPoint 2007 then maybe you don’t need as much time as you thought.
What if you had a template containing a variety of 3-D objects available?
While no template could ever… Continue reading
Direct X 11:
Microsoft has built Windows 7 features into Windows Vista with the latest Service Pack (SP2), which also includes a graphics technology upgrade. With SP2, users can access the new DirectX 11 package that brings the graphical power of the OS on par with Windows 7. Microsoft offers the platform update through Windows Update, if you’re interested.
Video game… Continue reading
Twitter is a free service that lets one keep in touch with people through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing? Twitter makes it easy for people to network, stay connected and in the process helps to expand the knowledge base. On Twitter, one can create a never ending conversation on popular or favorite topics.
Those interested in nature and… Continue reading
It’s true, I do love schools. This is an amazing school that not only provides resources for teachers, schools, but it provides a way for you to donate to them.
To being your journey here, I recommend that you start in the How it Works section. This section explains who they help, how they help them, and how you can help out too! You’ll find helpful FAQ’s… Continue reading
Are you missing your Show Desktop icon in your Quicklaunch bar? If so, you may need to use Notepad to create a new one! This works for all versions of Windows from 98, all the way up to Vista.
1. Open Notepad
– If you’re using Windows XP or below, copy and paste this text into Notepad:… Continue reading