Resurrecting PCs One At A Time
|Attention: This tip is one that you will definitely want to read up about. It addresses a problem that has irritated me (and I'm sure it has irritated you) for quite a long time. The problem is keeping your internet favorites (ie. Bookmarks) more organized by deleting out old ones that no longer work.|
Please Note: This update is part of a series, The Seven Deadly Sins of Email, written by Squeezebox. This update includes the 3rd instalment (of seven).
If this sin wasn’t being committed all the time, there wouldn’t be a Deadly Sin #2. If you send messages with all of the addresses just added into either the ‘To’ field or the ‘CC’ field, you are sharing those addresses with everybody you send it to. This is the worst email sin of all!
Please Note: This update is part of a series, The Seven Deadly Sins of Email, written by Squeezebox. This update includes the 4th instalment (of seven).
HTML (or Rich Text) is fine for sending messages with images, formatted fonts and backgrounds, and it is OK to use it for the fun stuff. But HTML comes with a price. Every message in HTML is taking up more space on your hard disk and longer to download than simple text messages. Add to that the concern that HTML can include malicious code, albeit unlikely in a message you have created.
|Please Note: This update is part of a series, The Seven Deadly Sins of Email, written by Squeezebox. This update includes
the 2nd instalment (of seven).
We’ve all been on the receiving end of those jokes and fun type emails, and it’s fine to forward them to your friends and other contacts. But do they really need all the address headers that came with it?
|Folder view settings in Windows Vista have been an annoyance for me because no matter what I do, it seems to never remember my settings. I’m referring to setting up all of your folders to always be in a specific view setting. The methods that were learned from Windows XP, do not seem to work anymore…|
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