We’ve published a lot of articles about Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 and the programs in the suite. This article compiles many useful tips for Office, Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, OneNote, and a few links to articles about the latest version, Office 2013.
The frostiest time of year is here once again and we have the perfect collection of snowy backgrounds for your favorite computer. Turn your desktop into a winter wonderland with our Winter 2012 Wallpaper collection.
Windows 8’s default blue window border color isn’t the only option. Windows 8 automatically selects the appropriate color depending on your wallpaper – you can also select a different color or use a third-party tool to easily select other colors.
Last month we covered topics such as why 64-bit Windows needs a separate “Program Files (x86)” folder, how to uninstall your Windows product key before selling your PC, how to deal with locked files in Windows, and more. Join us as we look back at the best articles for November.
Sounds that are not for the faint of heart if all of your precious data is on that hard-drive without a backup! Let the tears commence…
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Earlier this week we asked you to share your telecommuting/work-from-home productivity tips. Now we’re back with a tips and tricks roundup; read on to see how your fellow readers stay focused at home.
If you’re a sucker for data visualization–and we certainly are–this collection of mass transit data visualized over city maps are fascinating and makes mass transit look like a cell culture unfolding.
Life as the Ganon’s henchmen in the Legend of Zelda universe is mostly hard work, vague instructions, and no glamour if this insider’s video is to be believed.
In this week’s game a ‘cool’ adventure awaits as you and your merry band of pirates sail the Arctic seas in search of treasure. Work as quickly as you can using your trusty cutlass, explosives, and other items you find along the way to free up the treasure and sail away with riches untold.
The window borders on Windows 8’s desktop are fairly thick by default, but they don’t have to be – you can customize the side of the window borders with an easy-to-use application or a quick registry tweak.
Many people obfuscate their email addresses–typing out someguy (at) somedomain (dot) com, for example–to project themselves from SPAM bots. Do such obfuscation techniques actually work?
Video Game – Mirror’s Edge [Wallpaper Abyss]