Are you fed up with the regular fonts that you use in your word, excel or Power point presentation? Google fonts is coming handy to wipe out this boredom.
You might have seen two options known as Sleep and Hibernate in your computer that is loaded with Windows Vista or Windows 7 for temporarily suspending the operations of the computer. Apparently, these two options are entirely different from Shutdown option which would permanently halt the system.
In computing, data and programs are stored either permanently or temporarily. Do you know how this storage is measured ? Below is a list commonly accepted units of data storage. Bit A Bit is a value of either a 0 or 1. Nibble A Nibble is 4 bits. Byte A Byte is 8 bits. Kilobyte […]
Every time you download or install a new game, application, or software update, you make changes to your computer. Sometimes that change may make your system unstable. Have you ever wanted to go back to the way it was? With System Restore, you can. System Restore works a lot like the Undo command in Microsoft […]
Have you noticed that Windows XP gives you a ‘Yes to all‘ option in its file copy dialog box, which is useful if you would like to overwrite files in a directory with newer files of the same name from another location, but for some strange reason fails to offer a ‘No to all’ option […]
This is a simple tip to make fonts clearer if you are using an LCD monitor. Windows XP has an option to enable ClearType font rendering. By default it is disabled. With the ClearType font rendering enabled the fonts are much clearer when viewed in an LCD monitor. But if you are using a CRT […]
When you download photos from your digital camera, they often have unrecognizable names. Renaming them all one by one would be really tedious. However, you can rename several similar files at once with the following procedure. This also works for renaming other types of files. Open the My Pictures folder. (Click Start, and then click […]
Finding programs on your All Programs menu can become difficult if you have a lot of programs installed. When you install new programs, Microsoft Windows XP adds each new item to the end of the All Programs menu. You can, however, quickly sort the items on your All Programs menu in alphabetical order. To sort […]