In just minutes, you can transform Word 2010 and other Office apps from general-purpose tools to custom software with exactly the features and functions you need.
Microsoft Word 2010, and all the Office 2010 and Office 2007 mainline applications, share a common interface that’s amazingly configurable, once you know the tricks.
Windows’ numerous ease-of-use settings are meant to help — but sometimes they backfire.
Accidentally triggering an assistive-technology setting can leave you wondering why Windows reacts to commands in a puzzling way.
When you want to grab an image off your screen, Windows’ own built-in image-capture tools will do the trick nicely most of the time.
And when the simplest methods don’t work, there’s extra help readily available — no matter what you’re trying to capture.
It’s time to retire the “Firefox is safer” conventional wisdom.
Follow a few rules, and you can securely surf the Web with any of today’s major browsers — including Fred’s personal choice, Internet Explorer.
Two outstanding security apps, Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0 and Secunia Personal Software Inspector 2.0, are now available.
The original versions of these programs were great, but the new versions are even better; they’re must-have software — and they’re still free!
Sometimes, to fix a Windows problem you have to take the gloves off.
Slow Windows shutdowns are almost as annoying as long startups — but there are ways to force a quick shutdown.
Sometimes, when things go seriously wrong, it’s best to send an application back to its original configuration.
With two clicks, you can return Internet Explorer to a pristine state and reselect the browser’s initial settings.
Every issue, the LangaList Plus technical Q&A tackles difficult — and sometimes esoteric — problems sent in by paid Windows Secrets subscribers.
For this last LangaList Plus of the year, we’ve assembled a half-dozen of the most popular Langa stories, covering topics as diverse as notebook batteries and self-healing PCs.
It’s that time of year when many PC users are buying new machines and — ready or not — making the leap to Windows 7.
Get off on the right foot: save time, trouble, and frustration by performing these 10 simple Win7 tweaks.
It’s been a constant, low-level frustration for years. You get your desktop icons just right, and then Windows moves them on you.
Fortunately, a couple of easy tweaks can give you permanent control over exactly where your icons go!