Wednesday , 10 February 2016

How To Prevent Strained Eyes While Working on the Computer

Eye strain and tired eyes are extremely common symptoms for people spending long periods of time working in front of a computer screen. Our eyes are under a lot of stress when we are looking at a computer screen, as it requires various muscles to be permanently contracting. In the same way that if we exercise for long periods of ...

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Easily Capture Screenshots and Screencasts with Jing

It’s a common requirement to have to take a screenshot of something on your computer in order to illustrate a program or document something online. The easiest way to capture screenshots has been the PrintScreen key on your keyboard. However, it only takes the screenshot and copies it to the clipboard. You need an additional image editing program to actually ...

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6 Tools to Increase User Engagement on Your Blog

In the world of web 2.0, your website is no longer just about the content you provide to your visitors. Of course, consistent and quality content is always a great thing, but it is only half the equation to a great site. The other half is letting your users interact with both the content and the site itself. We aren’t ...

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Launch Applications and Search Windows with Multibar

The Windows search option that comes up from the start icon is a great feature that lets you quickly look for files and applications, but I have found that it has some limitations. The Windows search doesn’t have options to customize the way it searches, and it hardly returns folder results and allows no process to set our priority of ...

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3 Useful iPad Apps For Teachers

If you are in the teaching profession and if you are an avid iPad user, then there are many very useful applications that you can use to make your life as a teacher a whole lot easier, and much more fun as well. Give some of the following applications a try and you will see how much you will be ...

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Maximize Computer Monitor Real Estate with MaxTo

I doubt if anyone works with a single application or has a single task to cover up when sitting with a computer. It is all about multitasking these days where people prefer to have multiple windows open and switch among them to avoid idle time. At least, I do. At times, I also want to view or work with two ...

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Create Keyboard Shortcuts to Your Favorite Programs in Windows 7

Imagine opening your favorite desktop applications without ever touching a mouse. Maybe you envision one program you use every single day, or maybe it’s just the opposite. You have one program at work you use on occasion, but every time you do use it, it’s a major search and rescue operation just to pull it up. Regardless, creating a keyboard ...

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