Resurrecting PCs One At A Time
|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…|
Please Note: This update is part of a series, The Seven Deadly Sins of Email, written by Squeezebox. This update includes the 6th instalment (of seven).
Maybe most people have broadband now, and maybe they can download larger files. BUT, large attachments clog up the system (email downloads don’t transfer at broadband speeds) and fill up hard drives. Many people still have dial-up or maybe a capped broadband service. They aren’t going to thank you for that nice 4mb picture you sent them that took twenty minutes to download!
|If you are a bit more experienced with Windows XP, you probably use the right click on your mouse quite a bit. Personally, I use the right click all the time (my motto is, when in doubt with what to do, try right clicking). While the standard menu options are really all you need, its always nice to make things a bit easier. This guide will show you how to add the option Copy To Folder… to your right click menu.
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