Archive: December, 2014

A Quick Tutorial On Forms In Microsoft Access 2013

Access Forms can make data entry tasks more convenient for you and your database users. Create a user-friendly database environment without exposing the internal database workings and grant yourself peace of mind that your data is safe. Check this article from MakeUseOf.com. Following up our Access Queries tutorial way back in 2010, after a request from […]

Hands-on with the Dropbox Mobile app’s new managing, editing, and syncing features

Dropbox, the very useful cloud-based storage service, used to be fairly limited on mobile. It allowed you to see the files you had stashed in your Dropbox, but you couldn’t do a whole lot with them. Luckily, that’s changed with some recent updates to the Android and iOS apps for Dropbox. More of this news from PCWorld.com. […]

Learn Something New Every Day With Wikiwand

Wikipedia holds a vast wealth of knowledge, but it’s not exactly the most gorgeous website out there. That’s where Wikiwand comes in. Wikiwand is a browser extension that allows you to effortlessly browse Wikipedia in a beautiful and highly functional modern interface. More information about this latest site from MakeUseOf.com. Now that you can run […]

Microsoft Patch Tuesday addresses Exchange and Explorer flaws

Internet Explorer and Exchange Server top the list of Microsoft programs needing to be patched by IT administrators this month, now that the company has rolled out its latest round of “Patch Tuesday” security fixes. Check out this article from PCWorld.com. Overall, Microsoft has issued seven security bulletins for December, including three that are critical, […]

Google Translate to decipher words in images, better recognize speech, says report

International travel could get much easier if all you have to do is point your phone at a menu, or speak into it for an instant translation. Check this latest from PCWorld.com. That’s the magic promised in a leaked build of Google Translate that’s apparently in the works. The new version of Google’s translation app adds […]

What Is A Virtual Server, And What Can You Do With One?

1Virtual machines and virtual servers — what are they and how do they differ? More information from MakeUseOf.com. Are they related to virtual private networks? And what’s the difference between virtual hosting, shared hosting, and dedicated hosting? These are important questions, especially if you’re going to host a website or a remote server. Fortunately, the […]

How To Schedule Email On Your Mac

Sending email at the right time can mean the difference between receiving a prompt response and waiting all day. As someone who lives in Australia with colleagues who mostly reside in the US or Europe, I know what this feels like. Get some tips on this article from MakeUseOf.com. Apple’s Mail app doesn’t come with a scheduler by default, […]

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