How do you tell if your Windows computer has a virus? Seriously! You have an antivirus software installed and you go about using the computer with the feeling that it was well-protected and hence malware-free. But maybe, just maybe, there could be malware or a Trojan or a key logger operating on your computer without your knowledge and compromising your security or damaging your data.
Whether you like to admit it or not, you probably spend a good amount of your life on Facebook. And I’m willing to guess that you’d prefer not to waste your life away looking at wedding photos of people you barely know.
Which is why it’d behoove you to learn some handy desktop keyboard shortcuts for the site. Yes, that’s right –– Facebook has its own keyboard shortcuts, which can help you zoom through the site without dragging around your mouse.
Here’s a full list of the most useful keyboard tricks:
TeamViewer Key Features Include:
Easy access remote control via the internet,
Session recording and conversion. You can record your session and then convert it to AVI.
You can use TeamViewer to produce online meetings.
We all use removable disks in Windows. Well, sometimes, you may came across such errors with these removable disks, that may make you believe that the disk has malfunctioned and can’t be used at all. Today, in this article, we’ll discuss on such scenario I recently faced with a USB Drive. Actually, whenever I plug that drive and perform any operation with this drive results in following error:
While you’re browsing web with Internet Explorer, if something goes wrong suddenly and rashes, the browser lets you restore the session on restart. Technically, this is termed as Crash Recovery of Internet Explorer. However, if you’ve deleted your browsing history since your last session, you won’t be able to restore that session.
Restore previous session in Internet Explorer
You can configure Internet Explorer for restoring previous session in following window by running inetcpl.cpl command at Command Prompt:
In the same way that opening your mouth can get you in trouble, anything you post to Facebook has the potential of putting you in hot water, too.As we showed you in this article, it can cost your job, if you’re not careful.
So if you care about being employed, here’s some advice: Get your Facebook privacy settings in order before you post.
Once you have created a table in your document, you may want to spiff it up a bit by changing the borders.
Luckily, it is not all that difficult to do in Word and there are several methods you can choose from to accomplish this, which are listed below: