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Resize photos without loss of data or quality using DPI [How To]
Wed, May 25 2011 11:53
Every now and then you need to resize a photo for different reasons. Being an eager hobby photographer I like to be able to print some of my photos. Sometimes I want to make smaller prints and sometimes I want to make large ones. Storing different copies... Read More...
How to Use IRC? Tips and Basic Chat Commands [Part 2 of 2]
Wed, Apr 27 2011 8:00
Yesterday, we explained IRC and how to get set up. Today, we’ll cover tips and basic commands for using IRC. In this guide, we’ll cover: How to join IRC networks How to join a IRC network channels IRC tips IRC basic commands How to Join IRC... Read More...
Setting up and using a second email account in Outlook 2010 [How To]
Fri, Apr 15 2011 11:01
A recent question from a reader, inspired me to write this article on how to set up and switch between several email accounts in Outlook 2010. The How To article showing you how to set up an account has already been written and I will not repeat that... Read More...
Change the Default Axis Interval in an Excel Chart [How To]
Mon, Mar 28 2011 17:39
In this guest article, Yoav Ezer shows you how to change the default axis interval in a chart in Microsoft Excel. Find out more about Yoav at the end of this article. Microsoft Excel is pretty clever and usually the default choices it provides you are... Read More...
Easily Create a Windows Installation Flash Drive [How To]
Fri, Mar 11 2011 11:01
Windows Guides’ Rating User Rating Compatible with System 4 out of 5 PROS: Easy. No Expertise needed, what so ever. Just run it, follow the wizard. CONS: Still in Beta. But that’s about it VERDICT: If you are looking for a simple solution... Read More...
Fix Your PC After a Virus Removal [How To]
Fri, Mar 11 2011 8:00
This is a common problem and I am sure many of you have had this problem before. Your antivirus detects a virus, then it removes the virus but your system doesn’t act the way you expected. In this post you will learn how to fix a computer after... Read More...
How to Use Microsoft Excel to Analyze Free Text Surveys, Feedback and Complaints [Part 2]
Tue, Feb 15 2011 13:22
In one of my previous articles I explored how we might find the customer service issues hidden within the masses of text we receive on a daily basis through an online feedback form. In this article we will take a look at what we could do next once we... Read More...
Turn Off Suggested Sites in MSIE 8 [How-To]
Thu, Jan 20 2011 11:43
One of the first things to do on a machine running IE 8 is turn off the Suggested Sites feature. This feature looks at the sites you visit and then attempts to guess what other sites you might like and suggest them to you. Awe, the thought is nice, but... Read More...
Create a Custom Ringtone for Your iPhone with iTunes [How To]
Thu, Jan 20 2011 8:00
If you want to use a Ringtone for your iPhone, of your favorite song, you have a few choices: Pay an outrageous amount (sometimes up to $3.99 USD per ringtone or $9.99/month subscription to a ringtone service.) Buy an App (there are some out there for... Read More...
How to Use Microsoft Excel to Analyze Free Text Surveys, Feedback and Complaints
Thu, Jan 13 2011 8:00
Using spreadsheets to analyze numerical or well-categorized data is relatively straightforward. It might not be easy necessarily, but at least you normally know exactly what to do. If you have ever been faced with open-ended text responses, perhaps from... Read More...
Create Multi-part Archives to Split Large Files for Emailing, Writing to CD [How To]
Tue, Jan 4 2011 8:00
In the last guide, I showed you how to extract files from multi-part archives. If you want to create on of these archives yourself, follow this guide. This guide will show you how to create multi-part archives with the following tools: 7-Zip WinRAR Why... Read More...
Extract Multi-part Archives (.000, .001, .r01, .r02) with 7-Zip [How To]
Mon, Jan 3 2011 8:00
Every now and then I come across something I want to download and find it’s been separated into multiple archives. This is usually done because the file size is large and, to avoid failed downloads, it’s split up into multiple pieces before... Read More...
EXCEL: Create a PullDown Menu [Quick Tip]
Thu, Dec 16 2010 11:16
I’m starting a new quick tip series here, which involves daily usable tips for different programs. This time I’m going to show you how to create a usable Drop Down Menu in Excel. In this mini-tutorial I am using Excel 2010, but the steps are... Read More...
Create the Windows Aero Effect in Photoshop [How To]
Sat, Nov 27 2010 15:00
This is a guest article written by Bituser from bituser.com. Find out more about Bituser at the conclusion of this guide. This is a simple guide that will show you how to create that awesome looking Windows Aero effect in Photoshop. If you are using another... Read More...
Prism: Run Any Site as Standalone Applications [Freeware]
Thu, Oct 28 2010 6:51
Thanks to advances in web technology, you can these days get tons of free Web Applications to suit your every need. These applications are increasingly powerful and usable. As a result, applications like Gmail, Facebook and Google Docs are soaring in... Read More...
Forward Hotmail to a Regular Email Account [How To]
Sat, Jul 24 2010 8:00
Many of us have a Hotmail (or live) account that we manage along with our regular emails. Personally I like to keep it as a separate account on a separate system. Mostly because that’s the email account receiving most spam. But that’s just... Read More...
Sharpen Blurry Images in Photoshop [How To]
Fri, Jun 4 2010 8:00
So you have a blurry image and you just wish that you were able to bring back some of the detail and make it less blurry. In Photoshop (PS) this is a simple process though note it is no miracle cure and wont make your images perfect but will provide a... Read More...
Use Keyword Shortcuts to Search in Google Chrome [Quick-Tip]
Mon, May 31 2010 3:00
So you spend a lot of time searching the net. Most of us do and with Google Chrome, searching is a breeze You just type your query into the address bar and your preferred search engine will do the rest. But what if you search a specific site and do so... Read More...
FlashHacker, Watch FullScreen Flash Videos without Interuptions [Freeware]
Fri, Mar 12 2010 3:00
FlashHacker, let you watch Full screen Flash videos on one monitor while working on the other one. If you have a Dual Monitor System you might have experienced that even though you can show Flash Videos (on YouTube etc) in full screen, the slightest movement... Read More...
Outlook Add-in: Personal Folders Backup
Sun, Feb 21 2010 14:00
Windows 7 - The Pocket Guide | Get FREE books (Password: mintywhiteBooks ) Windows 7 - The Pocket Guide | Get FREE books (Password: mintywhiteBooks) One of our readers, Dean Anthony, read my article on Outlook Backup. Dean tipped us about an add... Read More...
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