Just about every version of Microsoft Windows in use today—from Windows XP to Windows Vista to Windows 7—has a set of useful software tools worth exploring. Here are 3 (of many) that we thought you might find of value. All of these are found by clicking Start, All Programs, and then Accessories. Notepad. Ah yes, Windows long-time and venerable text-editor. If you need to jot some quick, unformatted notes, this is for you. To make it easier to use, don’t forget to turn on Word Wrap (go to the … [Read more...] about Windows Tools You Can Use
There are a variety of free tools one can use to take what are commonly known as screen captures: a screen capture is literally a ‘picture’ of all or part of your computer screen. Windows Print Screen has been around forever. On full-sized QWERTY keyboards, the PrintScr key is usually right beside the F12 key. (Same position, but it may be named PrtSc on a laptop or notebook.) Press the key once to capture, to Windows clipboard, an image of anything on your screen (any window, object, or series … [Read more...] about Tuesday Time Saving Tips: Snip it … Snip it Good!