How to take screenshots with Windows

Windows shutdown options

It’s pretty apparent that the most popular operating system (OS) in business is Windows. Over 90% of all computers use some version of Windows. While Windows is popular, there are a number of features and functions that have caused a fair amount of questions....

Windows 7 and 2008 R2: Does It Matter?

With Microsoft’s move to transition users to the newer Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2 platforms through XP support discontinuation announcements, it may be high time to start thinking of an upgrade – and how you can execute it efficiently and cost effectively....

Rename Files Quickly in Windows 7

With Windows 7, there are easier and faster ways to rename multiple files in one sweep. The first way is to click on a file’s name and rename it as usual, then press the “Tab” key to access the next file in the list. Another way is to select multiple...
Using/Disabling the Window Snap Feature in Windows 7

Using/Disabling the Window Snap Feature in Windows 7

When Windows 7 was released, it introduced a new feature called Snap—which allows users to easily resize windows when they are dragged to the edges of the screen. Depending on where the window is dragged, it expands vertically, takes up the entire screen, or arranges...