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  • How-Tos: How to create a letterhead

    Setting up a business is pricey enough without forking out for additional software. With a copy of the free OpenOffice.org productivity suite, however, you can reduce some of the outlay. Here, we show you how to create your own business letterhead paper.

  • How-Tos: How to design a business card

    Setting up a business is costly, but there are ways to bring down the outlay. Here, we show you how to design and print your own business cards with Moo.

  • How-Tos: How to get more from Mozilla Firefox 4

    Firefox 4 represents a sea change. A lot of work has been completed behind the scenes to make the browser faster, both under the hood and in terms of user friendliness. Every change that Mozilla has applied has been considered with swifter, simplified and more efficient web browsing in mind. Here, we provide a simple guide to help you find your way around the best of Firefox 4’s new and old features.

  • How-Tos: How to set up a business website

    Provided that you have a good idea, the web can help you quickly make a splash. An online presence is a must, whether your company is a one-man band or employs dozens of staff. Here, we’ll look at how to set up an online shop using 1&1 MyBusiness Site.

  • How-Tos: How to use Problem Steps Recorder in Windows 7

    When it comes to PCs, many of us aren't as technical as we'd like, and that means calling in help when problems arise.

  • How-Tos: How to connect to a Wi-Fi network on an Apple iPhone

    Apple's iPhone lets users browse the web, check email and even view document on-the-go, although you'll need a net connection to do this. While data packages can be expensive, using a Wi-Fi connection, either you home network, the one in the office, or a free connection in a coffee shop, is a much more wallet-friendly option for using your handset's 'smart' features. Here's how to connect to a Wi-Fi network from your Apple iPhone.

  • How-Tos: How to recover photos and contacts from a mobile phone

    I purchased Data Doctor SIM Recovery software to retrieve some messages and photos I accidently deleted from my smartphone. I have bought two different card readers so far and neither of them has worked.

  • How-Tos: How to beat latest security threats from Avast, Apple and Microsoft

    We're only halfway through April and there are already too many vulnerabilities to count. This month avast! released a false-positive virus definition that affected a number of innocent websites. Then, for their monthly Tuesday patch, Microsoft released 17 new security bulletins which addressed 64 vulnerabilities. Also, two days later, Apple released four security updates which cover software updates for iOS 3.0 through 4.3.1, Safari 5.0.5, and a security update to the Certificate Trust Policy for iOS.

  • How-Tos: How to set the time, date and password on an Android tablet

    Whatever else you do with your Android tablet, and there are plenty of options, you are going to want it to know the current time and date. That information is very important. It is used by a range of applications. For example when you open the calendar on your tablet it automatically goes to what it thinks is today.

  • How-Tos: How to connect to a Wi-Fi network on a Google Android phone

    Smartphones allow users to surf the web, download apps and check emails from their handset. However, this can be costly when it comes to using data, especially if you don't have an all-you-can-consume package. A number of Google Android handsets also come with Wi-Fi connectivity. By using Wi-Fi instead of data, you'll ensure there's far less damage. Here's how to connect to a Wi-Fi network from your handset.

  • How-Tos: Archive and Access Old Tweets with TweetBackup

    TweetBackup does exactly what its name implies: backs up your Twitter posts (a.k.a. tweets). It's a free and easy service, and it has the potential to prove very handy.

  • How-Tos: How to set up and use email on an Android tablet

    One of the most useful things you can do with an Android tablet is mobile email. For those who say tablets are just big smartphones, the mobile email capability is one area where they can be proved wrong.

  • How-Tos: How to set up Microsoft Exchange email on an Apple iPhone

    Smartphones are so-called because they allow access to lots of different activities as well as texting and calling. These include the ability to surf the web from your handset and even sync your device with an email account to read and send messages from your mobile phone. Apple's iPhone is no exception. They can easily be configured to access your email account. We show you how.

  • How-Tos: How to set up email on an Android smartphone

    Smartphones are so-called because they allow to access to lots of different activities as well as texting and calling.

  • How-Tos: Pull Excel data into Word 2011 docs

    One of the handiest things you can do with Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) in Office 2011 is to share data between two different Office apps. For example, let's say you want to embed data from Excel in a sales report you're writing in Word. VBA is the tool you'll want to use to make that happen.

  • How-Tos: How to customise an Android tablet's home page

    One of the great things about tablets is that they can be personalised to your own tastes and needs. If you think about your mobile phone, perhaps you have used a favourite photo as the wallpaper and put links to important people or information on the home page. The same concept applies to a tablet, except that with a much bigger screen and a wider potential array of uses, the possibilities for personalisation are that much greater.

  • How-Tos: How to set an MP3 as a ringtone on a Google Android smartphone

    Most smartphones come with a selection of ringtones these days, but there's nothing like putting your own stamp on a handset by using one of your own MP3's as a ringtone. Perhaps you want to hear your favourite song on a regular basis or you simply want to distinguish between different callers without having to look at the screen to see who's trying to get in touch. Using MP3s as ringtones will let you do this, and it only takes a few simple steps to turn them into ringtones.

  • How-Tos: How to rip a CD to MP3

    Like many of us, you've probably got hundreds of CDs lying about the house. By making digital copies of these CDs, you'll be able to ensure your entire music collection is available on your PC, so you can listen to it while you're working on your PC, transfer it to your smartphone or even stream it across your home network.

  • How-Tos: How to avoid backup disasters

    Don't get caught out and lose all your emails and digital music. Here are some essential tips to keep your well-planned backup from going astray.

  • How-Tos: How to clean up the temp folder in Windows

    To keep your PC in good working order, it's important to ensure that any clutter and unused files are removed on a regular basis. This includes files in the temporary folder, as they were once necessary but are now not being used. You can either use a tool in Windows or do it manually. We show you how to do both.


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