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By default, the Windows XP Recycle Bin sits at the bottom right of the desktop, just above the tray notification area and system clock. If you've got a bunch of floating windows open, however, it's possible to obscure the Recycle Bin and make it impossible to drag files and folders there for deletion. However, Microsoft must have thought of this event, because you can automatically hide all of those open windows during a drag operation.
Posted:2009-01-02, 1604 views
System administrators who have HP blade servers in their environments probably know all about the pain of paying for HP-branded USB sticks for use in their BL490's. But why pay $70?
Posted:2011-06-29, 844 views
The instruction at 0×745f2780 referenced memory at 0×00000000. The memory could not be read.
Posted:2008-08-09, 2110 views
When you scan for updates on the Microsoft Windows Update Web site and you if you receive the error message 0×8024402C try this:
Posted:2008-12-18, 1957 views
It is no secret that I a am a keyboard commando. It pains me to see people still dividing time between keyboard and mouse. And when you constantly have to divide your time between your mouse and your keyboard, your workflow rate really slows down. That's particularly true when you're working on a laptop, where the pointing device is even slower. The answer - short of growing another arm - is to learn a few "handy" keyboard shortcuts. Here are 10 of the most used.
Posted:2010-11-09, 1943 views
eBay has become a household name for shoppers. A lot the buyers on eBay are not regular internet shoppers but they still shop on eBay. Such is the power of eBay giving simplicity of shopping and top bargains. From time to time, there is some fraud on eBay about fake fashion items, event tickets that do not exist, some expensive electronic items that do not exist.
Posted:2008-01-21, 1689 views
Every business needs to know how it is doing. That's the idea behind exit surveys, customer feedback forms, suggestion boxes and other devices. Without feedback from the customer, monitoring inventory, expenses, revenue and other benchmarks, a business can take a quick slide down a slippery slope, without the owner ever seeing it coming – or being able to stop the slide.
Posted:2011-01-08, 1568 views
What are the secrets of the super sites? Why do some sites succeed while the majority of others fail? More and more Internet business owners are asking themselves these questions. The answers are frequently more obvious than you may think. Below are 10 tips for better, more successful web sites.
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