How to Find Your Current Wireless Network Password in Windows 7

Did you set up your wireless Internet a long time ago, and you have forgotten the password? Or maybe the network was set up by someone else, and the password they gave you is not working, or you have lost it? You might think that your only option is to reset the router and create […]

How to Delete All Stored Passwords in Internet Explorer in Windows 7

Storing passwords for your favorite websites in your Web browser is a convenient feature that can save you some hassle on your personal computer. But if you save your password into Internet Explorer on a public or shared computer, then anyone with access to that computer could log into your account for that website. If […]

How to Enable Automatic Updates for Adobe Flash Player

Adobe Flash Player is a program that is used by a lot of websites to display feature-rich content. But it is not included by default on your computer, and updates for the program are not included with Windows updates. Flash Player also tends to release a lot of updates, so it can begin to feel […]

How to Show the Navigation Pane in Windows 7

Windows Explorer is the application on your Windows 7 computer that you probably use to browse through your folders and files. The Windows Explorer display can be customized in a number of different ways, and one of those options is for a Navigation Pane at the left side of the window. This typically contains a […]

How to Move the Taskbar to the Side of the Screen in Windows 7

The taskbar in Windows 7 is a crucial element in how you interact with the computer. It contains the Start button that provides access to your programs, and it displays the applications that are currently open on your computer. By default, the taskbar is displayed at the bottom of your screen. But the taskbar location […]

How to Remove a Program from the Taskbar in Windows 7

The taskbar is the bar at the bottom of the screen in Windows 7 (or possibly the side or top, if you have adjusted the location). It contains icons for programs that are currently running, as well as the date and time. But it can also contain icons for programs that are not running. There […]

Do I have 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 7?

Windows 7 comes in a variety of different versions, and each version is appropriate for different types of users. And while the choice of versions is often determined by what you need to do with Windows 7, or how much you want to spend, there is a piece of information that is dictated by the type […]

How to Zip a Powerpoint 2010 File

Many Powerpoint files can become very large, especially if you have included a lot of media such as pictures, audio or video. If a Powerpoint presentation becomes too large, it can be difficult to share it through email. One way that you can reduce the size of a Powerpoint file is to zip the file. This […]

Windows 7 Screen Upside Down – How to Fix It

Last Updated: December 28, 2016 Have you ever walked away from your computer screen, only to come back and find that everything was upside down? This can happen either as a joke from a friend or co-worker, or as the result of an unusual occurrence, such as a cat walking on a keyboard. An upside down […]

How to Put a Control Panel Icon on the Desktop in Windows 7

There are an incredible amount of settings and options that you can configure in Windows 7 to suit your preferences. Whether you want to change your user password or stop the print spooler, the setting that you are looking for is probably accessible through the Control Panel. If you have trouble remembering how to access […]