Archive for October, 2008

Wireless Access and Services

Wireless Access and Services

There is no doubt that a modern motto for the times could easily be “wireless is the way to go.” People love to be able to move about their home, office or campus, yet stay connected wirelessly to the internet. In fact, more and more often WiFi wireless services make it possible to travel just about anywhere, across the US at least, and enjoy WiFi hotspots that keep them connected, with the exception of very rural or remote areas.

Will QuarkXpress Survive The Adobe Onslaught

Will QuarkXpress Survive The Adobe Onslaught

QuarkXPress, for so long the dominant force in the page layout arena, now finds itself fighting for survival and under attach by four products all created by Adobe, who look like achieving the same kind of dominance in the creative market that Microsoft have achieved in the general computing market.

Using The Office Button And Quick Access Toolbar In Excel

Using The Office Button And Quick Access Toolbar In Excel

Microsoft Office Excel 2007 contains no menus or toolbars. However, it does include a feature called the Office Button which bears a remarkable similarity to a menu as well as a Quick Access Toolbar which functions a lot like the toolbars found in previous releases of Microsoft Office. In this article, we’ll take a look at these two features and see how they work.

A Look Inside an HP Toner Cartridge

A Look Inside an HP Toner Cartridge

First of all, what is toner? Toner is a powder used in laser printers and photocopiers to form the text and/or images on the printed paper. In its early form it was simply carbon powder. In newer toner, the carbon was blended with a polymer to improve the quality of the printout. How does it work? The toner particles are melted by the heat of the fuser, causing them to bond to the paper. The specific polymer used varies by manufacturer, but can be either a Styrene Acrylate Copolymer or a Polyester Resin. Toner formulations vary from manufacturer to manufacturer and even from machine to machine. Typically, formulation, granule size, and melt point vary the most

Dell Inspiron: Shrinking the Consumer Laptop

Dell Inspiron: Shrinking the Consumer Laptop

With the runaway sales of the ASUS PC 7″ model last year, lots of computer manufacturers have been scrambling to keep up with demand. While the initial wave of these diminutive devises, from such manufacturers as ASUS, Acer, and MSI, caught on like wildfire, it left some established manufacturers in the lurch. Many see these new laptops as the Volkswagon Beetles of small computers. Not since the hobbyist computers of the 1980s and 1990s has a computer been so customizable.

Easy To Follow Steps On How To Pack A Computer For Storage

Easy To Follow Steps On How To Pack A Computer For Storage

Packing up a computer usually means getting down on your hands and knees to unplug a mess of cables and connections. A time consuming task – even for people who know what they are doing! Using these tips should make packing it up a little easier.

Where You Can Find Cheap Web Hosting

Where You Can Find Cheap Web Hosting

Cheap web hosting is easier to find than what you may think. Doing business on the internet or starting a new internet business might seem overwhelming at first, and one of the factors which you need to get sorted is where to find cheap web hosting

Totally Free Spyware Removal - Pay Or Not To Pay?

Totally Free Spyware Removal – Pay Or Not To Pay?

It doesn’t matter how much anti-virus protection you have when the problem is malware. While it is true that some anti-virus include malware protection, they do not have full functionality in this area and often miss spywarein their scans. Downloading a separate program for adwareremoval is a smart move.

Microsoft Expression Web Takes On The Mighty Dreamweaver

Microsoft Expression Web Takes On The Mighty Dreamweaver

When Microsoft released Office 2007, Microsoft FrontPage was conspicuous by its absence. Its place has been taken by Microsoft Expression Web, a product which clearly aims to take some of Adobe Dreamweaver’s huge share of the web design market. For once Microsoft finds itself playing the role of underdog and is sensibly adopting some of the tactics used by Adobe in gaining their dominant position in web design software.