If you’re a fan of Bill Gates, then you’ll be able to follow him more closely using his his Twitter account or his new website, The Gates Notes. It’s basically his notes and thoughts about global issues.
Being in IT, one common question I’ve been getting is how to print to a printer connected to a Windows XP machine from Windows 7? Sometimes it’s easy and sometimes not. Read the tutorial below to learn how to share a printer from XP to Win 7.
Ever want to write an email in your own handwriting? If you have a tablet PC, you can! Check out this step by step tutorial on how to convert your handwriting into your own font that you can use in Word, Photoshop, or anywhere else!
If you don’t have a crossover cable to connect two laptops or netbooks, you can use their wireless capabilities. This guide shows how you can use your wireless network cards to create a temporary ad hoc network between two or more mobile computers. The guide is for Windows 7 but it works also for Windows Vista.
PDFMYURL is a free service that lets you convert any webpage into a PDF document and save it to your computer. Simply paste the URL and click the button. You can also drag the bookmarklet to your toolbar so you don’t have to visit the website.
One of the most successful ad campaigns in the last couple of years was the “Get a Mac” spots. Unless you live in the stone age, you’ve probably seen them with the cool Mac dude and the dorky Windows guys.
Need to slice and dice an MP3 file for a project? MP3Cut is a nifty little online utility you can use to cut up MP3 files for free. Just upload, move the sliders to the portion you want to keep, and click Split and Download. Simple!
If you want to get rid of Spyware, you want SUPERAntiSpyware Portable. It’s what the folks at How-To Geek use, and you should seriously put this into your toolkit. You can read the full review and screenshot tour over at How-To Geek, or just download it from the link below.
Need to connect two computers together and you don’t have a router on hand? If so, you can use a crossover cable to connect two computers and transfer files directly. Read on!
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