Keep track of your thoughts with comments in Word 2007.
Looking for a sweet dark theme for Windows XP? Look no further.
We've all seen misspelled article titles (especially on Digg.com) Doesn't Firefox have built-in spell checking?
UltraEdit is great for editing files in unix format, but it prompts you every time to convert them... until you turn off that option.
Windows Movie Maker is a great application for throwing together a quick movie.
The bash shell is incredibly powerful, which saves you a lot of typing when you need to perform the same command on a list of files.
View Google Calendar in Outlook? No problem, thanks to Google's iCal support.
Nothing equals Excel for crunching of numbers, but what if your data isn't already in an Excel spreadsheet? It's as simple as using the Text Import Wizard.
Word 2007 can help you easily translate words or phrases right in your Word document window.
Nobody is asking why you want to clear the recent documents from your XP start menu, but we'll show you how to do it anyway.
Why doesn't MySQL let you track queries on the fly? At least you can whip out the geek gloves and track them with a modified network sniffer.
There are too many different video formats out there. OGM, Divx, AVI, MKV... it's good to know that you can easily play them with the right codecs.
Sure, hard drives are huge these days, but why waste space when you can easily compact your Access databases.
That darn toolbar just keeps popping up whenever I select text... drives me crazy, but at least you can turn it off.
Microsoft Word 2007 has a built-in preview functionality so you can more easily find the document you are looking for.
Microsoft Word automatically saves the document you are working on, but you can change how often it saves.
The Ribbon is Huge! You can trim down the size of your Office windows by putting the Ribbon into it's small mode.
The Ribbon in Office 2007 has tons of functionality. You can even use it to quickly add your signature to your emails in Outlook.
Office 2007 has a new diagnostic utility to help you find problems instead of just doing the normal reinstall that we're so used to.
Why does IE7 have the menu bar in a strange place? Every other application for Windows has the menu at the top... except for IE7.