Tag "Tips"

Excel Shortcuts To Make you More Productive

Excel Shortcuts To Make you More Productive Excel in the hands of a trained user is simply an amazing tool for doing anything with numbers. Once you have your data entered, you can perform instant calculations and produce amazing charts and graphs. Here are a few Excel shortcuts to make you more productive in your everyday use of this amazing software tool.  Resize several columns with this simple step: Often

Improved Searching with Windows 10

Tips for Improved Searching with Windows 10 Find the Cortana search window is in the way? Do you find that search for a specific set of files returns other search results as well? Here are some Tips for Improved Searching with Windows 10, specifically for “Files”, “Settings”, “Apps” or on the”Web”! 1st If you find you like to “pin” your frequently used applications on the taskbar, but are running short on real

Windows 10’s “Hidden” Toolbar

Check Out Windows 10’s “Hidden” Toolbar If you spend just a few minutes exploring the Windows 10’s “Hidden” Toolbar, you will find you can save yourself valuable time when it is time to access files, folders, and settings. Here is how it works: Right-click on an empty space on the taskbar and click on properties. As shown, in the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties dialog, select the Toolbars tab and

PC Loaded with Software? Should I Remove It?

Clean your PC with Should I Remove It! If you are like most PC users, over time you find your PC filled with software applications and utilities that you never use, and some that are downright troublesome. You can do this manually from the control panel, but this is time-consuming and provides you no guidance as to which programs are good candidates for removal. Enter “Should I Remove It?”!  

Life is Easier with Wolfram Alpha

Just a Few Ways to use Wolfram Alpha From Wikipedia, Wolfram Alpha is a computational knowledge engine or answer engine developed by Wolfram Research. It is an online service that answers factual queries directly by computing the answer from externally sourced “curated data”, rather than providing a list of documents or web pages that might contain the answer as a search engine might. Wolfram Alpha, which was released on May 18, 2009, is based