Suppose you have a few programs that are frequently used, and you want to use keyboard shortcuts for them. Here are the steps to add keyboard shortcuts to programs in Windows 7 (Mozilla Firefox is the program I will use as an example): -Right Click the program icon and select the option “Properties” – Next […]
Following is the way to check the version and details of the Windows Operating System running on your computer/laptop. Click the Windows Icon in the task bar. (Or alternatively, use the “Windows Key” on the keyboard) Next Type in “winver” (without the quotes) and hit ENTER. The Operating System with the details and build version […]
Many times, we come across software and applications that are 32-bit operating system compatible OR/AND 64-bit operating system compatible. Ever wondered how to find the type on your computer/laptop? Here’s the method: Click the Windows Icon in the task bar. (Or alternatively, use the “Windows Key” on the keyboard) Next, right click the “Computer” option. […]
Latest from the banquet table of Google is Google Instant. Check out the introductory video done by Google and the announcement post by Google. And also, Google Instant (Bob Dylan Style). Google Instant is the new feature that automatically starts listing the search results for the text typed (without the ENTER key being hit) and […]
Ever wanted a widget that runs on the desktop that presents a pleasant combination of weather and time in an animated manner. Well then, HTC Home for Windows may just be the widget for you. The widget requires Windows 7 or Windows Vista as operating systems. (Well the website tells that the widget works for […]
Finally Google has released a list of tips for Gmail users. I must say it is quite a good list for the users, whether they are beginners(White belt users, as per Google) or they are power users (Gmail masters). They have even released it in pdf version.