When you spend a lot of time in front of your computer, many small actions performed repeatedly can add up to a lot of wasted time. The worst of these small offenders is the copy and paste… so how can we simplify this in Firefox?
Many people familiar with prior versions of Windows are curious what happened to the built-in Administrator account that was always created by default. Does this account still exist, and how can you access it?
If you often need to use Microsoft Word for writing documents, you’ve probably come across the situation where you needed to delete the beginning of each line in a list, especially if you are reformatting a document or dealing with text pasted from another source.
A friend of mine recently turned me on to a cool freeware game called Knytt Stories. This is a very cool and well designed 2D game that I spent a few hours on last night. The graphics are not fascinating and the control is relatively easy, but the design and power ups you get to complete each adventure is addictive. Plus the developers included some very cool relaxing music playing in the background.
I’m sure many of you are thinking… can’t I just make a shortcut? You are correct, that’s the simplest way to do it… but the icon we’re talking about today isn’t a shortcut… it’s the actual IE icon that used to exist in prior versions of Windows.
There’s an updated version of this article here: