This How To is especially designed for county offices that are using a Print Server.
This How To is intended for installing networked and shared printers in these University Park departments only: AEE, Deans, ExtAdmin, CSS, Grants Contracts, IT, UgEd, and VBS.
To check the amount of RAM you have installed in your EN computer, follow these steps.
Your hard drive is where everything is stored to operate and use your computer. The larger your hard drive (just like your closet), the more you can store.
You can solve some computer problems by checking a drive or drives for errors. For example, you can check your computer's primary hard disk to fix some performance issues.
Your EN notebooks and EN desktops may slow down over time due to leftover Temporary (.tmp) files and Temporary Internet files (e.g. "gunk").
Your Windows 7 laptop will try to connect to Wi-Fi networks in the order in which they appear in its list of networks. This may or may not be the priority you prefer. The good news is that you can change the order within the Network and Sharing Center control panel.
On the Windows 7 taskbar, "Windows Explorer" is the icon that looks like a file folder. By default, clicking the Windows Explorer icon shows you four default libraries: Documents, Music, Pictures and Videos. Really cool. But did you know that you could Right-Click on the folder and see your most recently visited folders or libraries?
Are you ready to listen to a new set of sounds on your Windows 7 computer? Then you need to explore the sound theme options in the Sounds control panel.
On the Windows 7 taskbar, "Windows Explorer" is the icon that looks like a file folder. By default, clicking the Windows Explorer icon shows you four default libraries: Documents, Music, Pictures and Videos. Really cool. But what if you want the icon to open another location? Here's how.
What can you do when Windows 7 gadgets stop working or might not be displayed correctly?
You can still use the Print Screen or Prnt Scrn key on your Windows 7 computer to grab a screen shot then paste the picture into Paint. But Window 7's new Snipping Tool will let you do so much more.
Enterprise Network (EN) program that have shipped this summer have the Windows 7 operating system, rather than Windows XP. If you have one of these new machines, there are several How To's that cover routine maintenance tasks for these computers.
You can't just right-click on a folder in Windows Explorer or File Explorer and choose "Pin to taskbar" as you do with programs, but the process is still not difficult.
This article shows different methods so that any user can easily change the size of desktop icons and their spacing.
The Windows Calculator program has been a part of Windows since version 1.0. What started out as a simple arithmetic calculator has evolved into a far more powerful and diverse tool that only an engineer understands.
Libraries are one of the most misunderstood and, at the same time, the most useful features in Windows. They can help people organize their files and folders very efficiently. By using libraries, you can easily build a system so that you can always find what you want in seconds. Not only that, but you can also sort, tag or edit files and folders with just a few clicks. In this article I will explain what libraries are, show how they work and how to create new ones. Also, I'll show how to add new folders to a library, how to modify its properties and how to delete a library.
Windows 7 has a new feature that lets laptop users automatically switch the default printer when you move from one network to another. For example, when you move your laptop from your work network to a home network. Or, when you move a laptop between two extension offices.
Adobe Flash Player is a software product from Adobe Systems that can be used to create and view animations and movies using computer programs such as a web browser.
If you are sending the same message over and over in Outlook, one time-saving tip is to save the message to your My Documents folder as a Message or .MSG file. This file can then be re-used multiple times.