Not, Daylight Savings Time (look under Spelling and Grammar). For those of you that lost an hour last night, I apologize. The rest of us will lose it next week. Here’s a little newspaper clipping that should help you not feel so bad.
One of the changes from Windows XP to Windows Vista is the difference when selecting/deselecting items in Windows Explorer when using the Detail View. In XP, you can deselect all items by left-clicking any column that is not the name column. I love that it is this way. In Vista, good luck trying to deselect […]
Ever had a bunch of music files in iTunes that you decided to move to somewhere else and you end up with the ! in front of the filename since iTunes can’t find it? Well here’s an easier way to delete them than manually selecting each one and deleting it. Maybe someday the software engineers who develop iTunes […]
The first question you may be saying to yourself is, “I thought the Microsoft download page for Messenger 5.1 said Vista wasn’t a supported OS”. Well, it isn’t, at least not officially, but it does work (sort of). The answer to the question above that you don’t want to hear is, “You can’t”. Windows Vista […]
When responding to a forum post, isn’t it nice to be able to have the original message scrollable separate from where you are typing your response? Do you wish there was a way to do this when replying to a horrendously long email in Outlook? The other day, I accidentally found out how to do […]