Moving Dell Dock Icons

If you have read our other article about the Dell Dock then you know that we like this free program that comes with your new Dell computer. While it might initially seem like a tool that you will never use, the Dell Dock is more than something that takes up space on your computer Desktop. It […]

DVD Backup

You probably have a lot of video on DVD discs because it is a great way to transport that information. The proliferation of software that is able to create DVD videos form your home movies has made it so that just about anyone can easily produce a DVD video, but not a lot of people […]

Page Borders for Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word is an extraordinarily popular software choice for creating documents, but it is largely used as a means for putting ink to paper to create a digital representation of the thoughts in your head. Few people give consideration to the visual appeal of their Word documents, and even fewer consider page borders for Microsoft […]

How to Protect Your Computer

Any computer user that is connected to the outside world needs to be conscious of the potential dangers that exist as soon as they open their network connection. The world is full of people that are trying to access your computer and steal all of your personal information, so it is imperative that you arm […]

How to Request a Read Receipt in Outlook 2010

Last updated: February 27, 2017 As more and more important information is transmitted electronically through email, the individuals that send that email can find themselves in situations where they wonder if the email has actually been read. This can lead you to trying to learn how to request a read receipt in Outlook 2010. A […]

Dell Dock

Love it or hate it, the Dell Dock is something that is going to be on any new computer you get from Dell. Most complaints about this little tool stem from it getting in the way when you are trying to do something on the edge of the screen where the Dell Dock is located. […]

Microsoft Office Starter 2010

Once you have unpacked and set up your new Dell computer, you will notice that there are already a number of different programs and shortcut icons installed on the computer, including Microsoft Office Starter 2010. This is commonly referred to as “bloatware” and is typically comprised of programs that developers have paid to have included […]

Excel Compare Columns

There are plenty of “Excel compare columns” methods that you could employ within Microsoft Excel, and the option that you choose is ultimately going to depend upon what you are attempting to accomplish. If your “Excel compare columns” search is being triggered in an effort to check one column for instances of a value in […]

Backup Assistant

How many times have you thought “I really need to back up my files?” Wouldn’t it be great if there was a free program that did that for you, essentially serving as your backup assistant? The CrashPlan desktop application will do exactly that, and includes an impressive set of tools that are more than suitable […]

CrashPlan Backup Instructions

Many backup options exist that help you to make copies of your data in the event of a disaster, but not all of them are free, and not all of them allow you to specify the files that you want to back up. Following these CrashPlan backup instructions, however, will allow you to choose the […]