Archive for November, 2010
The latest version of Windows Media Player is a powerful program that lets you work with all your media files at your fingertips. For example, you select the photos and video.
Within the image of the library, you can sort through all the pictures stored on your computer. You can create folders to organize your photos by adding tags and moving images around quickly while keeping them visible.
Enter the folder you create descriptive names and be sure that all images and videos stored in the same root, such as the My Pictures folder. Music files can be organized in the same way, using folders and tags to purify them by genre, or playlist.
A little ‘new folders can go a long way to clearing your desktop. If you have a messy desk, you’re going to be hard to find what you need when you need it. If you have a couple of different things on the desktop, maybe the links in the Office programs, links to favorite sites or a variety of programs, which are used to working on a daily basis, to organize these directories. Create a new pair of folders on the desktop and drag files into folders to get them off your desktop.
Delete any links or files that are just taking up space and not useful, but be sure to back up files that you choose to remove in advance – just in case. Organize bookmarks can be done in different ways. If you use a social bookmarking site like Delicious, it is necessary not only your bookmarks, but all the others, too. You can easily view and organize your bookmarks through social bookmarking, but maybe you want something a little ‘more modest, such as Internet Explorer Favorites.
If you have a special toolbar is installed, such as the Google Toolbar, you can save the bookmarks in there as well. No matter which menu you use to capture your bookmarks, you can arrange with the creation of new folders, and then mark folders with care. Drag and drop bookmarks into folders, labels, and you can find everything you need quickly and can save new bookmarks to the right place when you save.
If you’re like most of us are all the additional books, brochures, software and cables that came with your computer and printer and scanner and headphone and microphone, and camera all thrown into one big drawer something Also, if you need them one day. In fact, you threw your last computer in the extras extras computer that you have been saving for ten years. Investing in a box or a flat file magazine rack. If you do not have the computer more, corresponding to a book, throw it away. A pair of flat file boxes can keep these items well, have a special color to the label, and fits perfectly stacked on a shelf where you can read labels, enter with ease and use the booklet, when you Instead you need to dig around in the hope that you still have somewhere.
E-mail is a way of life, but the inboxes tend to be messy. Spend an afternoon sorting through your inbox and create folders for important messages, so you can find them quickly. Just create a folder for each contact or create a single directory for contacts in a particular category and transfer all important emails in this area.
Delete all spam messages and old emails that are not usable. When you have finished your inbox, go to your Sent folder and delete emails you do not need or save them in folders as necessary to pave the way for new materials. Finally, create mail rules to help keep your inbox organized in the future. Guide on the page of Microsoft Office will help you with the rules and keep your mail organized so that you do not have root, and you can find what you need right away.