Category Archive: Tips & Tricks

Sep 24

How to Download and Install Malwarebytes

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Jun 02

Adding Network Printer from Directory Listing

Shared network printers which are advertised in the directory listing are easy to be installed by a user’s workstation. These instructions will help you install a printer onto a workstation with just a few mouse clicks.

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Mar 12

How to Restore a Deleted Email

Once you have deleted an email from your inbox and emptied your recycle bin, there is a way to restore one or more emails. 1. In Outlook, click on Deleted Items 2. On the ribbon at the top of the screen under the Home tab, click on Recover Deleted Items From Server OR you can …

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Jul 18

How to set your PC’s default printer

Your Windows PC or laptop may be configured to print to several printers. Some printers may be connected directly to your computer, while others are attached to the network. On each computer, one printer is defined as the default printer. The default printer is typically the printer which all programs (Word, Excel, QuickBooks, etc.) use …

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Jul 17

Using Secure Passwords

These days it is common to hear about websites or services being infiltrated and user account information stolen. When this happens it is not enough to simply change your password on that one system that was hacked, but on every service which you use that same password. For this reason it is far better to …

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Jul 15

How to Change Your Password on a Remote Desktop Server

Changing your password on your local PC is easy. Pressing the <CTRL> + <ALT> + <DEL> key combination brings up a task menu which allows you to change your password (as well as other common administrative tasks). When you’re connected to a Remote Desktop server and press the <CTRL> + <ALT> + <DEL> key combination, …

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