I received an e-mail earlier this week from a reader who was concerned about his computer’s fan speed. During the course of normal operation, the fan would randomly go into a sort of “turbo mode”; spinning really fast for awhile and then going back to normal after a few minutes.
So why does this happen?
It’s simply, really. Your computer… Continue reading
When I select a range of cells in MS Excel, whether I use the mouse or keyboard, it’s not uncommon for me to discover that I’ve not quite got it all.
Many times that’s not a big deal since I know enough to hold down the Shift key and keep expanding in the direction I was already going.
But what if you’ve realized that… Continue reading
Have you ever got the feeling that you are losing space in your hard disk for no apparent reason? Have you tried finding out the sum total space occupied by all the files, and found that the available free space in the drive is lesser than expected (i.e. there is a certain amount of space which is occupied, but unaccounted for?) If you have, and… Continue reading
If you’re using Word 2007 then you’ve undoubtedly noticed the changes to, among other things, default line spacing at 1.15, and extra line after paragraphs and the change in the default font.
Some of you may like all this and some of you may not.
For those of you who long for the defaults of days gone by but don’t want all the hassle… Continue reading
There are multiple reasons you’d need to install a case fan in your computer, but we can all agree that they are there for the sole purpose of making your PC all that much cooler. In my case, I’m installing a fan to keep my graphics card from overheating, as my previous card had overheated and burned out. This was probably due to lack of good airflow in the case… Continue reading
Do you use a lot of uppercase acronyms in your MS Office files?
Wish the spellcheck feature would skip over them and stop bugging you?
No problem! You just need to let your feeling be known.
I actually have a couple of suggestions for you today.
First, assuming that it’s an acronym that you use frequently you could… Continue reading
The IEEE, an international professional organization that is known to set standards for computers and communications, has finally unofficially approved the 802.11n wireless LAN standard. Bruce Kraemer, the Chairman of the 802.11n Task Group, stated in an email, sent to task group members, that the 802.11n would become an approved standard by the IEEE. The Wi-Fi Alliance stated that it would be updating it’s Wi-Fi certification on September… Continue reading
As a cashier you see all types of money – paper, coin, dirty, and even brand new, this cashier started Dirty Money after coming into contact with money that had been written on, stamped, mutilated, and more.
Here you can see what people have done to their money. To begin navigating scroll down past the explanation to where the categories are located and pick one to start… Continue reading