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Key Combinations: the Best ShortcutsUse Keyboard Shortcuts to Open Windows Functions and Work Faster than Using the Mouse Operating Windows with the mouse is easy but can easily slow you down when you need to access frequently used functions that are buried deep in the menus. Having to constantly switch between the mouse and keyboard can waste a lot …

Categories: Tips & Tricks
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7, 8
Reference: K082

Keyboard Shortcuts for Faster Windows OperationHave you ever tried to calculate how many mouse miles you have travelled this year? You’d be amazed at the distance your trusty mouse has to cover. The whole Windows interface is geared up to point and click operations and accessing lots of important features requires you to hunt through layers and layers of menu …

Operating Systems: 7, 8, 10
Reference: K083

Kernel Error Messages in Windows 98 and MeThe kernel of your computer is the basic programming code of the operating system, which forms the foundation that all other systems are built on. Without a stable kernel, your computer would not be able to function. The kernel is deliberately kept as small as possible as it is loaded into your computers memory each …

Categories: Troubleshooting
Operating Systems: 98, me, 2000, XP
Reference: K1

Keyboard Shortcuts: Get Things Done FasterWhen you’re starting out with computers, it’s tempting to believe that the keyboard is for typing text and the mouse is for everything else. In fact, though, a couple of quick key-presses – a ‘keyboard shortcut’ – can save you a great deal of fiddly clicking! In this article, I’ll explain how to discover the …

Categories: Tips & Tricks
Operating Systems: 7, 8, 10
Reference: K192

Keyboard Shortcuts: Work Easier and FasterA common misconception about computers is that the keyboard is used for typing text and the mouse is used for everything else. But there are numerous cases where you could hunt and then click, and then hunt again and click again, when a quick keypress would have got you there in under a second! These …

Categories: Optimisation
Operating Systems: 7, 8, 10, 11
Reference: K194

Keyboard Shortcuts in WindowsWindows is designed to be operated with a mouse. However, what many people dont know is that you can access the majority of system functions using the keyboard too, and even use the keyboard to perform functions that cant be done with the mouse. If your mouse ever stops working, keyboard shortcuts can be very …

Categories: Basics
Operating Systems: 98, me, 2000, XP
Reference: K2

Keyboard: Solve Common Problems YourselfWe’re not all expert typists, and sometimes there’s no mystery at all in why our keyboard is producing strange results. To use the Eric Morecambe defence, it’s because we’re ‘pressing all the right keys, but not necessarily in the right order’. However, there’s no doubt that keyboards can do all sorts of peculiar things at …

Categories: Troubleshooting
Operating Systems: 7, 8, 10, 11
Reference: K222

Keyboard Tips: Make Typing More ComfortableThings don’t get any easier as we get older, and one thing that can become a struggle is typing on a computer keyboard. Even if you try to keep typing to a bare minimum, you’ll still have to compose the odd email message, type web addresses, fill in online forms, and type your email address …

Categories: Basics
Operating Systems: 7, 8, 10
Reference: K260

Keyloggers: Protect Yourself from Password SnoopersYou may think that sitting at home using your PC, with its up-to-date virus checker, firewall, and anti-spyware software, you are protected from any threat, and can browse your online banking site in complete safety. However, hackers will go to extreme lengths to install key logging software on the PCs of unsuspecting users, to steal …

Categories: Internet & Security
Operating Systems: 98, me, 2000, XP
Reference: K3

Keyboard: What Are All Those Keys For?Computer keyboards are puzzling things. Like a typewriter, they contain all the keys we need for typing text, numbers and punctuation, but where a typewriter keyboard stops, the computer keyboard just keeps going, giving us a total of 105 keys. Are they really all necessary, and if they are, what on earth could they all …

Categories: Basics, Optimisation
Operating Systems: 7, 8, 10
Reference: K302

KiwixKiwix is a strong and handy application that allows you to surf the Internet offline using the Mozilla framework and integrating a full-text search engine. As an example, you will be able to read the Wikipedia website offline through the help of this accessible utility. Featured in this article TT313 Top 10 Tools …

Categories: Downloads, Other, Top 10
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7
Reference: Kiwix