So far we have taken a look at Microsoft’s Live SkyDrive and I also briefly covered Mozy Home a while back. Today lets take a look at ADrive which offers a whopping 50GB of free online storage.
Have you ever had music playing loudly on your speakers when the phone rings... then you fumble for the speaker switch or the pause button on your music playing application while trying to answer the phone? Instead of bothering with that, I've always simply created a shortcut to mute the system volume instantly with the press of a key.
During a workday things can definitely seem overwhelming as the amount of data we are expected to absorb increases at such a rapid pace. In this fast paced environment it can be easy to misplace an important contact or have another do the same if you are the important contact.
One of our great readers wrote in yesterday asking how to migrate the custom Office dictionary from one computer to another, and it seemed worthy enough to write about for everybody's benefit. Thanks Josh!
In today's article on the Mysticgeek blog, he shows us how to use Open DNS with any Operating System to help filter undesirable web content.
One of the many annoyances I have with Internet Explorer is the fairly small default width of the tab bar... as somebody who opens a lot of tabs all the time, it becomes difficult to manage. With a simple tweak, we can remove the command bar that usually sits on the right of the tabs.
As a tech writer, one of my biggest pet peeves is the plethora of bad advice littered across almost every web site dedicated to system tweaking. Besides the tweaks that simply don't work, some of them will actually cause your computer to run even slower—or worse.
In today's installment of Mysticgeek's series on Parental Controls, he covers how to use the activity reports to actually see what your kids have been up to.
This is another installment in using the Parental Controls feature in Vista, where we'll explain how to restrict the applications that your child is allowed to use.
Do you use Firefox 3 on Windows XP (or Windows 2000) and wish you could have the sleek blue style of the Windows Vista theme instead of the multi-coloured playschool XP one?
Windows Vista has added a cool feature called Parental Controls which are very easy to use which help when it comes to computers and the Internet.