Would you like to edit your online documents in Office 2010 or 2007 instead of in the Office Web Apps? Here’s how you can edit your documents offline and still take advantage of the online collaboration offered by the Web Apps.
Would you like to integrate Windows Live Messenger with social networks such as Facebook? With the new Messenger beta, you can do that and more quickly and easily.
You’re likely reading this article because you’ve noticed moe.exe running in Task Manager and are wondering why it it using up memory and CPU time. You’re not running program named Moe, so where is this process from and what is it doing running on your computer?
Google offers many helpful web tools that make our lives easier, but it also collects an enormous amount of data about its users. Here’s how you can opt-out of some automatic data collection and preserve a bit more privacy.
Would you like to keep your files and program settings synced between your computers? Here’s our overview of the new Windows Live Sync beta, which helps you keep your important files everywhere you need them.
Online file storage services such as SkyDrive and Amazon S3 are becoming increasingly popular, and many of us additionally save documents and other files online daily with webapps like Google Apps. Here’s how you can integrate these storage services with your Windows PC and access them just like your normal hard drive and flash drives.
Does Photoshop annoy you by breaking the escape key in other programs? Here’s an AutoHotkey script that will let you run Photoshop and still use the escape key as usual in other programs.
Would you like to try out the popular Linux Mint OS on your Windows computer or netbook? Here’s how you can do it even without a CD/DVD drive with the Mint4Win installer.
Would you like to run Google Chrome with your favorite extensions and settings on any computer? Here we’ll look at how you can setup a portable version of Google Chrome on your flash drive so you can use it anywhere.
One of the most talked about new features of Office 2010 is Web Apps. Here we bring you a tour of the Web Apps service and what you can expect. We cover the highlights and some areas that could use improving.
Would you like to install WordPress on your own server the easy way? Here’s how you can get WordPress up and running in only a few clicks on most webhosts.
Do you often have people ask you for advice about technology, or do you write tech-focused blog or newsletter? Here’s how you can get information to share with your readers about Microsoft technology with Microsoft Broadcaster.
Are you worried that your computer’s hard drive could die without any warning? Here’s how you can keep tabs on it and get the first warning signs of potential problems before you actually lose your critical data.
Have you purchased Office 2007 since March 5th, 2010? If so, here’s how you can activate and download your free upgrade to Office 2010!
Would you like to use Hotmail, Office Web Apps, Messenger, and more on your website domain? Here’s how you can add Windows Live to your website for free.
ePub eBooks are increasingly popular today, but often they’ve been made by converting other file formats. Here’s how you can edit ePub books to remove irregularities and make them better for reading on your devices.
Are you having trouble getting used to the Ribbon interface in Office 2010? Here’s how you can roll back the clock a bit and bring back the familiar menus and toolbars from 2003.
Would you like to read a PDF eBook on an eReader or mobile device, but aren’t happy with the performance? Here’s how you can convert your PDFs to the popular ePub format so you can easily read them on any device.
Would you like to run WordPress or other web apps on your PC so you can easily test and design websites? Here we’ll look at how you can get the latest web apps on your computer in only a few quick steps.