Archive for November, 2010

Mac Users Are Receiving New Rival Outlook

Mac Users Are Receiving New Rival Outlook

by Walter S. Mossberg New, faster, better version of Microsoft Office is coming out Oct. 26 But it isn’t for Microsoft’s own Windows operating system. It is for the Macintosh computers made by the software giant’s archrival, Apple.And, among other things, it will bestow upon the Mac to benefit heretofore available only on Windows: Outlook. […]

PappaPC Computer Home Business Review

PappaPC Computer Home Business Review

The demand for spyware and virus removal services is strong! A huge amount of computer call centers help request are spyware or virus related. Over 50% of ISP technical assistance calls are spyware and virus related. Grab A Copy Click here Scans of 1.5 million computers by Earthlink found an average of 28 spyware programs […]

New Microsoft Windows 7 phone: novel, but it lacks of

New Microsoft Windows 7 phone: novel, but it lacks of

by Walter S. Mossberg Nearly four years after Apple unveiled the iPhone, and more than two years after Google introduced its first Android smartphone, Microsoft is launching its effort to catch up. On Nov. 8, AT&T and T-Mobile will begin selling the first phones powered by the software maker’s new Windows Phone 7 operating system. […]

MacBook Air has an iPad operation on a laptop

MacBook Air has an iPad operation on a laptop

by Walter S. Mossberg Some of the nicest, if little discussed, benefits of using an Apple tablet iPad are that it starts instantly, resumes where you left off, and has a long enough battery life that you aren’t constantly fretting about running out of juice or looking for to place to plug it in. And […]

How to fix VistaSwitcher Windows blank in the list of

How to fix VistaSwitcher Windows blank in the list of

We are big fans of alternative VistaSwitcher by ALT + TAB, but unfortunately a recent ruling has made almost unusable for many of us, with many Windows in white that appears in the list. Here is how to fix it with a quick configuration change. Naturally we are confident that the excellent programmer VistaSwitcher you […]

HTG explains: what is encryption and How Does It Work?

HTG explains: what is encryption and How Does It Work?

Translate Request has too much data Parameter name: request Translate Request has too much data Parameter name: request Encryption has a long history dating back to when the ancient Greeks and Romans sent secret messages by substituting letters only decipherable with a secret key. Join us for a quick history lesson and learn more about […]

How to create a Wiki without any technical know-how with Google

How to create a Wiki without any technical know-how with Google

Wikis are an excellent way to communicate and work on a project with other people, but hosting your own wiki can be tricky to work with. Today we’ll show you how to set up your own Wiki with Google Sites page. Note: of course this post serves for beginners, so more advanced users should probably […]

Optimize the Microsoft Word editor area for best screenplay

Optimize the Microsoft Word editor area for best screenplay

Our monitor only gives us a limited space to edit Word documents. Jump from one page to another, too time consuming, so today we’ll show you some simple tips to maximize the area for a better experience writing editing Microsoft Word. Open the view tab to access the ‘Split Window’ icon and position bar Division […]

How to use footnotes in Word

How to use footnotes in Word

A footnote is a note that appears at the bottom of a page that is used by the writers to quote another publication authors in your document. We’ll show you how to manage footnotes in Word. To insert a footnote place the mouse in the document where you want to place the footnote page and […]