Monthly Archives: June 2009

Emergency Backup Procedure

By on June 27, 2009

Scope: This information is written on the assumption that you have no experience in copying files. It is a simple process. A step-by-step process is explained below. The process makes an emergency … read more →

Changes in PowerPoint 2007

By on June 25, 2009

The first key change in the new PowerPoint is the new functions in the Insert Ribbon. In previous versions, when inserting images the photo stayed in its original size which then required … read more →

Is it really necessary to reformat?

By on June 10, 2009

“We need to reformat your PC.” – the dreaded words that many a Windows user does not want to hear. Just when you get used to your system a certain way and … read more →

A Quick & Easy Backup Regime

By on June 9, 2009

It is so quick & easy, with just a couple of clicks, it can be done several times a day if needed! This article is not about backing up entire hard drives … read more →

How to configure GRUB Bootloader in Mint Linux/Ubuntu

By on June 8, 2009

Open the terminal (Applications>Accessories>Terminal). The first thing to do is make a backup of GRUB settings before modifying anything. To do that, in the terminal type: sudo cp /boot/grub/menu.lst /boot/grub/menu.lst_backup Next open … read more →

Gaming behind a router – a beginner’s guide

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Games have come on leaps and bounds in the last few years, which is very good for the consumer, with more and more features being added all the time. However, if you … read more →

The Beginner’s Guide to Wireless Networks

By on June 7, 2009

Wireless networks, the two new buzz words in computer internet communications. It gives us freedom to get away from the traditional wires and it makes laptops more portable then ever. But what … read more →

A Guide to Efficient JPG/JPEG Creation

By on June 4, 2009

Images for inclusion with articles This is not a definitive ‘How To’; rather a few notes and some guidance for newcomers to the Article Section to keep in mind. None of the … read more →