Leaving your computer for a short time but don’t want anyone peeking at your desktop or files? Simply lock it
Archive for September, 2011
It’s common for many businesses to forgo upgrading their systems when new software comes along – it’s not only expensive, but why change something that’s been serviceable and reliable so far? However, considering that studies and tests are showing that Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2 are significantly outperforming their predecessors, it may be time to at least consider beginning a gradual upgrade. One of the standard expectations when using technology is the inevitable need to change and upgrade
Are we in a post-PC era as Apple would have us believe? Or is it a PC-plus world as Microsoft maintains? Some believe we are witnessing the dawn of a new era in which devices and operating systems will dominate our computing habits
In Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, you can set an animation to trigger when you click on an object. This is a simple way to add and control interactivity to your presentation. To add an animation trigger, select an object that already has animation applied to it
Remembering all of your online passwords can be a difficult task. It’s just too hard to track all of the online accounts we have, especially as more and more specialized services become popular yet need secure access. Read on to learn about tools that may be able to help.
When someone who identifies him/herself as a representative from Microsoft calls you out of the blue, be wary. A new scam involves people posing as Microsoft employees and scaring victims into paying for bogus service and giving up credit information, by telling them that their system has been infected by a virus or that it’s running too slowly. You have to give it to scammers for constantly finding new ways to victimize people.
With Windows 7, there are easier and faster ways to rename multiple files in one sweep. The first way is to click on a file’s name and rename it as usual, then press the “Tab” key to access the next file in the list
When new IT is released in the consumer market first, gains widespread popularity, and is then adapted by businesses for business use, it’s called IT consumerization. While many see the pros of this practice, few see the cons – and in business, it’s important to know both sides and understand not only how it will affect you, but also how to respond to it. “People say you have better technology at home than at work
If you are thinking about posting those wild pictures from the office booze cruise — you may want to think twice.
Google Chrome allows you the option to search within a specific site. First type the web address of the site you want to search in the address bar, and then press the “Tab” key