Windows 7 Tips Articles
The release of my “Working with Files and Folders” book (CLICK HERE to read more about it), has led me to yet another video blog topic that’s related to working with folders. This time I talk about Using the...Read More
The Adobe Reader is by far the most popular way to open, read, and print PDF (portable document format) files, the file type that lets us share formatted documents across the Internet. But like most programs that almost everyone...Read More
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