Last Thursday, I mentioned a few tips for Windows 7. So, this week thanks to PCMag.com, I thought I would give equal time to Apple and the IPad. So, here you go…
Yes, you can reveal hidden keyboard characters
Holding down certain keys provides additional character options. A long tap on the Comma key brings an apostrophe. Next door, the Period key offers up a quote mark too. On the numeric keyboard, shown here, the Quote Mark key hides smart quotes and other symbols if you hold it down for a second. Did you know hitting the spacebar twice inserts a period?
If you like to learn new things, here are a few more tips that might help if you use Windows 7.
Have a laptop that you connect to your home network and other times to another network? You would like to use the same IP address on your home network, but the other assigns addresses via DHCP. Well, now you don’t have to go in and change the TCP/IP properties each time to switch networks.
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If you are using the recently released Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) then you need to apply a patch. That’s right; you will need to patch your operating system applying one of the security updates that Microsoft released
On Tuesday of this week (3-8-11), Microsoft had plans to ship three security bulletins this month to cover at least four serious vulnerabilities in ALL supported versions of Windows. That includes the Windows OS, Microsoft Office and Microsoft’s Groove 2007
Almost all internet ready laptops, video game consoles, digital audio players and smart phone have a Wi-Fi connection. (Wi-Fi (pronounced wye-fye) is a trademark of the Wi-F i Alliance) So, how secure are you? The Wi-Fi Alliance has launched of a campaign to urge computer users to set-up their routers and devices to use WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2) on all their wireless Wi-Fi equipment
I’m not sure if you have heard the news, the end of the internet is near. That is IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4). As a home owner should you be worried about that router and network adapter? Maybe. Let the upgrade to IPv6 begin!
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