Saturday
Jul092011

A Beginner's Guide to Uploading Photos to the Web

Interesting article on how to post photos to Picasa, Flickr and Facebook, enjoy.

A Beginner's Guide to Uploading Photos to the web

Tuesday
Jun142011

How to Remove Duplicate items from Outlook

This is a nifty little program that we found that cleans up duplicate items in Microsoft Outlook.

Enjoy.

How to Remove Duplicates in Outlook

Tuesday
May242011

How to Import Photos into Picasa

Google Picasa is one of the more versatile picture management software out there and coming from Google it is free. Below is a quick tutorial on how to import pictures using Google's Picasa.

How to Import photos using Picasa

 

Tuesday
May172011

How to delete photos from your iDevice (iPhone, iPod and iPad)

We have just created a new FAQ tutorial on how to delete phots from your iDevice. This is the official way from Apple.

How to delete photos from your iDevice

Enjoy

Friday
Apr012011

You cannot print? Check the Print Spooler Service first.

One of the most common problems that we see is that customers all of a sudden cannot print to their local printers. This can be for a myriad of symptoms but one of the first things we need to check is to see if the Windows Print Spooler service is active (or started). The Print Spooler service is the service that receive all of your print jobs and then sends them to the respective printer. This is done so that the user has control of their system back faster (meaning you do not need to wait for the print to finish before you can do something else) and also to better manage the rate of printing for the various printers.

On occasion, mostly due to driver problems, and sometimes specific documents, will cause the print spooler to crash. To get you going immediately try this procedure to restart the Print Spooler service. Even though the process was created specifically for Windows XP, this will also work on Windows 2000, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

 

Restart the Print Spooler Service in Windows XP