Everyone should be aware of the existence of accessibility aids in your computer.
Backup How To
Backing up is a smart habit to develop.
Bugs, Patches , Service Packs
Learn how bugs and patches became aggravating additions to the high-tech world.
Complaining Made Easy
Send your comments to companies so they will listen.
Creating Music CDs
Today’s computers are capable of making beautiful music.
Cut & Paste Basics
Cut/Copy/Paste is one of the most used skills in computing.
Digital vs Analog
A brief description of what digital really means.
Create an eye-friendly environment when working on the computer to prevent eye strain and CVS
Files & Folder Organization
Any scheme will do as long as you put it in place and follow it. If your computer files and folders are organized, your computing life will be a lot happier.
An explanation of what the F (Function Keys) are and what they do.
Good Habits for Good Vision
How to make using a computer easier for your eyes.
How to Switch to a Mac
Intrigued by the Mac, here's what you need to know to make the switch.
How to Transfer Files
Get a new computer this year? Here’s how to move your data to the new computer.
The computer world takes a familiar tool like a keyboard and empowers it with useful additions and functions.
Lightning can pose a grave danger to computer equipment.
A listing of Mac shortcuts, tips and tricks to make computing easier.
Way back in 1968, a small rectangular wooden box with a tail-like cord squeeked into the world as the first computer mouse.
Online mail, chat rooms, and message boards are an informal mode of communication, but good manners are still expected.
Passwords, How To Choose
How vulnerable is your computer information? Are your passwords effective at protecting you? Find out how to maximize your effective use of passwords.
Photo Formats Explained
Explaination of the various photo file formats.
Article on how to print photographs on an in jet printer.
Printing Web Pages
A tutorial on how to print Web pages.
Sandy’s Favorite Tips
Shortcuts can save you time and energy if you incorporate them into your computer life.
Sandy’s Secret Techniques
To give all of you an inside line on some useful maneuvers in computing, I put together some of my favorite shortcuts and tricks
Saving Files Tutorial
Learn how to save files so you can retrieve them easily.
Tips to keep you safe and secure while surfing the Internet.
Smileys Can Be Fun
The Internet has authored a language all its own – a Web shorthand, if you will. It is sure to make you smile.
Start /Stop Your Computer
Let's look at the stop and go of computing (in reverse order, of course).
Symbols & Character Map
Would you guess the Character Map is the spot to access these fun symbols and even more?
Temp Files Explained
Temp files clog up computer. Get rid of them!
Do you think there is a conspiracy to confuse? Where would you go to crack the high-tech code? Crack the code of technological terms by using any of the Internet's handy glossaries.
TLC for Your Computer
Keep your computer running smoothly with a little tender loving care. Whether you want to clean your mouse, protect your computer from power surges, or just keep everything running smoothly, Sandy Berger shares important advice in this How To.
Virus - How To Recognize
Learn how to know if that virus “GOTCHA.”
Vital Statistics Unearthed
Learn to find your computer's vital stats -- memory amount, hard drive size, etc.
The Windows key is a useful shortcut key.
Windows Update - How & Why
An explanation of how to update Windows software and why we need to do it.
Windows XP - Upgrade How To
Here are the things you should know before upgrading to Windows XP.
Word Processing Do's & Don't's
How to use a word processing program
Word Processing – Basic Terminology
Word processing has its own terminology.
XP Hidden Treasures
At first glance, you may not notice some of the best features of Windows XP.