In HowTo, Microsoft, Tips N Tricks, Windows Vista on February 2, 2009 at 3:42 pm
As the form factor of the laptops (read NetBooks) reduces in size it comes with certain drawbacks. One of the most prominent is the lack of an optical drive, for example, CD or DVD Drive. Of course, you can plug-in an external optical drive but that’s certainly an inconvenience. Instead why not make use of the USB ports that comes with those slim-line notebooks (NetBooks) and install software using, let’s say, an USB Thumb Drive.
Read from this detailed article at DemoGeek.com to learn how to prepare a USB Thumb Drive to install Windows 7 Beta from an USB Thumb Drive. It’s a 10 step process but the steps are pretty simple and well explained.
In HowTo, Microsoft, Tips N Tricks, Windows Vista on January 14, 2009 at 11:31 pm
Windows Vista has implemented the Parental Controls the right way and it makes it so easy to configure parental controls to keep an eye on your kids’ computer activities. The list of things that you can keep track of ranges from the type of programs that your kids are allowed to run on a computer, the websites that your kids are allowed to visit and time limits so that your kid can only use the computer on certain times.
Read from this article at DemoGeek.com on how to make use of Windows Vista’s Parental Controls to keep track of your kids’ computer activities.
In Browser, Download, HowTo, Tips N Tricks, Tools on January 7, 2009 at 11:38 pm
You should read this article at DemoGeek.com to know about a fantastic tool that helps you save the environment by reducing the paper usage by printing only what you want on a webpage. HP Smart Web Printing tool is a simple tool that plugs into Internet Explorer or Firefox and helps you print what you want on a webpage rather than the whole web page itself.