Learn to Program with Microsoft Small Basic

If you’ve ever considered learning to program a computer, you won’t find an easier way to learn. Even a cave man could do it.

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Do you like to read? If you have PC or Mobile Device, you may decide that books are not as cool as an e-reader. Here’s my favorite way to read e-books.

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Adobe has 5GB of free file space online for anyone with an email address. There’s a new utility which allows you to upload multiple files at Adobe’s free file storage service. This makes Adobe’s service worth getting now.

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Sometimes a new application opens up files when you don’t want it to. What can you do to change that? You can re-assign the file type to another application, or you can restore the default file type.

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If you have to sneak around, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it, you could get fired/expelled. However, there is at least one way to hide your surfing from others as they walk past your computer.

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System Restore Points can save you time and trouble if you know how and when to use them. This article will tell you all about using them in Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.

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Windows comes with a utility called Disk Cleanup. It helps you get rid of all the temporary files that take up space and slow your system down. Sometimes Disk Cleanup takes a long time to start, but there’s an easy way to fix that.

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Windows 7 Tips

Microsoft is pushing out an update to Windows 7. They want to find out if you have a pirated or cracked copy of Windows 7. I’m guessing that we are going to see lots of problems due to this update.

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I often use a freeware application called Tomboy to take notes. I’ve found a way to use the free Dropbox file sync service to help me work on the same notes on every PC that I use.

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Create a Hyperlinked Notes Database with Tomboy

Tomboy allows you to quickly build a knowledge database that’s easy to navigate, organize and manage. It’s available in Linux, Windows and Mac, so you can use the same application no matter which PC you are using.

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Immunet Protect offers you free real time and constantly updated antivirus protection. The addition of 20 more friendly anti-virus apps to it’s compatibility list is only one more reason to try it out.

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For many years, I haven’t used Windows Media Player because I can’t control the volume when it’s minimized. I finally decided to look for an answer and I found a free and open source program called WMP Keys.

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McAfee is a well known provider of security software for home and business PCs. How would you like a free security scan from McAfee? I’ll tell you why I didn’t like what I saw.

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Prepare for disaster. You should always keep full backups of your Windows hard drives. For smaller and quicker backups, you can use ERUNT to back up the Windows registry. It could save you hours of trouble.

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Sticky notes are a good way to keep track of small bits of information. Just like the real world sticky notes, this free program named “hott notes” will keep you from forgetting important events or information.

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