So many of us rely on calendar applications during our busy day. Some rely on the Outlook Calendar, Gmail Calendar, and yes even some folks use the built in Window’s Calendar in Vista. Today i am going to show you how to make a backup of the calendar.
In case you haven’t already seen it, my first guest post over on Lifehacker went live today:
If you are the type of person that likes to keep a lot of information stored in text-format files on your drive, you’ve probably encountered a scenario where you want to copy that information to the clipboard… so you open the file in notepad, select all, then copy to the clipboard. What if you could do it with a simple context menu item instead?
By default when replying to an message is Thunderbird, the original text appears above the area to compose the response. Personally I am not a fan of this format. Here is how to switch it so your reply appears above the original message.
The single biggest irritation in Windows 7 and Vista is the UAC (User Account Control) system, especially for people that do a lot of tweaking. When you are trying to make configuration changes, it seems like every couple of seconds you are hitting another UAC prompt. Sure, it’s more secure… but what options do we have to make it less annoying?
One of the most talked about annoyances in Windows Vista are the UAC prompts that constantly pop up when you are trying to make system changes. It’s especially irritating when you often need to run a particular tool that requires administrator mode in order to run. Thankfully there’s a simple hack that you can do to create an administrator mode shortcut that doesn’t prompt for UAC.
Opera 9.5 is definitely fun to play with. There are a lot of cool new features, the rendering is fantastic, and the amount of widgets is also a plus. I thought we could take a look at the three guitar widgets I found.
If you find the popup notification balloons in the Windows system tray to be too annoying, you might be interested to know that you can completely disable them. This would be an extreme option, of course… typically you can just turn them off in any offending applications, but if you want to disable them across the board, this is the solution.
For those of you who are still in mourn over the loss video site Stage6 you are in luck as Vreel.net is coming soon! Vreel is essentially the replacement site for Stage6. Formerly called DivXIT.net (which surprisingly still points to Vreel) and gaining a lot of traffic; DivX inc. issued a cease and desist order against the website for copyright infringement. The staff then signed over the domain name for a free license from DivX.