Tutorials

The lesser known but immensely useful features of Software that you are not using.

Do Everything on Office Computer That You Thought was Impossible

You can do everything inside the Office – secretly surf websites in office, check your personal web emails, listen to music stored on home computer, chat with IM friends on Google Talk or Yahoo! Messenger, pretend as if you are working while you are using internet explorer, read websites using email and more..

Microsoft Outlook Running Slow with Gmail IMAP ? Speed It Up

When using Gmail IMAP with Microsoft Outlook, the performance can be very slow. Sometimes Outlook will freeze or become slow to the point of “Not responding” state. These simple tips and tweak will make your Outlook and Gmail IMAP fast again.

How To Capture Images from a DVD Movie

How to capture photos from a DVD movie for printing. The print screen key cannot take screenshots of a DVD movie and will show a blank screen. Windows Media Player, iTunes also cannot take captures still frame of DVD moves.

Camera Shutter Speed and Aperture Explained in Simple English

Learn more about Exposure, Shutter Speed And Aperture – It’s worth taking the time to fiddle about with Shutter Speeds and Aperture – if you know what you’re doing you can take some amazingly unique and kooky photos, and remember – it’s digital – so take lots and delete the ones that don’t work.

Moving to a New Computer ? Plan Ahead and Avoid Problems

Planning for a new computer ? Or Upgrading your hard disk. Learn how to migrate data and transfer important files from one computer to another. Clean the hard drive before you donate an old computer to some school or charity.

Prevent InstallShield agent.exe From Connecting to the Internet

The agent.exe is a Windows Process called the he Software Manager that keeps your software programs up-to-date with the latest security patches, improvements, and bug fixes. It downloads the software patches from the Internet and installs them on your computer.

Installing New Fonts on Windows Computer

Windows has built-in support for OpenType fonts (both .otf and .ttf), as well as PostScript Type 1 fonts (.pfb + .pfm) and TrueType (.ttf). Learn how to Install New fonts on your Windows PC.