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7 Easy Ways to Avoid Office Technology Headaches

This is one question that a lot of people ask and it is one thing that you can test and change to help improve your search engine rankings. Today we’ll look at some the top recommendations for setting up your pages for keyword-targeting. Of course, there is no “perfect formula” but this should get you a pretty good start.


Choosing the best connection

When I connect to a new wireless network, I am given an option to specify if the connection is a Work, Home, or Public connection. Which should I choose?


How to Recover a Document when there is no Backup

At least once in your computing atmosphere, you will delete a file that you did not mean to delete. Normally, that file will be safely stored in the Recycle Bin. Occasionally though, you might permanently delete a file by either holding down SHIFT and DELETE or by emptying your Recycle Bin.


Two Windows 7 Tips: Aero Shake and The Missing Menu

Most multitasking computer users generally have five to ten different applications open at once on their computers. For me, this clutter is often annoying and distracting. I’ll have a window I’m focused on, but suddenly I notice another event in an application that draws my attention away from the task at hand. This has become even more of an issue in my multi-monitor setup.

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The best options for upgrading to Windows 7

I’m thinking of upgrading to Windows 7, but there are so many versions. Which should I buy for home? Which should I buy for the office?

In the United States, there are five different versions of Windows 7 which may be readily found on computers:


Running Windows 7 as an Administrator

Have you wondered how to run applications in Windows 7 as an administrator? Do you wonder what what means? In order to answer these questions, we need a short history lesson. Initially introduced in Windows Vista, Microsoft added a feature called User Account Control (UAC). While often lambasted by critics and ridiculed by the media, the UAC served a single, noble purpose: to protect users from themselves.


Surge Protector vs Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)

Many people wonder what the difference is between a surge protector and an uninterruptable power supply (UPS). They’re often unsure of what to purchase for their computers.


Maximizing Your Email Signature

If you have a job then there is a good chance that email is a vital part of your daily life and will be for a long time, despite what Facebook's COO has to say about it.  You're probably sending dozens, maybe even hundreds, of emails each and every day.  But are you using each and every email as a marketing tool?  If not, you should be.


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