If you find interesting or important data in a table on a website it might be helpful to import it into Excel. Today we will look at how to import data from a table on a website into Excel which will allow you to organize and add to reports.
One of the interesting new features in Windows 7 is the way you can grab a window by the title bar and “shake” it back and forth to minimize everything else. It’s a fun feature, but just in case you want to disable it we’ve got the solution for you.
If you have a home network and are running Windows 7 and have XP on other PC(s) you might want to share files between them. Today we will look at the steps to share files and hardware devices like a printer.
Do you have Microsoft Outlook open all day at work dwelling on company business but would rather be updating your Facebook profile? Today we will look at a small add-on utility which allows you to interact with your Facebook profile from within Outlook.
FBLook is a small utility that integrates seamlessly with Outlook and allows you to update your Facebook status, show what your playing in iTunes or WMP, see your friend status, and receive notifications.
Have you ever been doing something, like playing a game, and had that obnoxious Sticky Keys dialog pop up? You answer No and it goes away… and then shows up again the next day. Here’s how to make it go away for good.
One of the new trends in computing is the use of desktop gadgets which are small applications that run on your desktop. If you like desktop gadgets for work or play today we will check out the ones available from Google and how to get them.
One of the new trends in computing is the use of desktop gadgets which are small applications that run on your desktop. If you like desktop gadgets for work of play today we will check out the ones available from Google and how to get them.
As most regular readers know, I’ve recently been able to enjoy a super-slick new Dell laptop—there’s just one small problem: my touchpad simply won’t scroll in Firefox!
How many times have you clicked on a link to a Wall Street Journal article, only to run smack into their for-pay wall? It’s infuriating, you only get to read a few sentences… but you can read the whole article, legally, for free.