How do I turn on Microsoft Updates?
How do I turn on Microsoft Updates?

27th November 2008

With vulnerabilities being discovered regularly in all software, not just Windows, it’s important to ensure that you have enabled auto-updates from within Control Panel.

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How to disable User Account Control in Windows Vista
How to disable User Account Control in Windows Vista

25th November 2008

Read our step by step guide to disable User Account Control in Windows Vista.

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How to connect to a wireless network in Windows Vista
How to connect to a wireless network in Windows Vista

25th November 2008

1. Click on the Start button

2. Click Connect To located on the right side of the menu

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Solutions to software and website problems with the VAT change to 20%
Solutions to software and website problems with the VAT change to 20%

25th November 2008

The change in VAT rate to 20% has caused problems for many websites, databases and software applications that have been developed with a hard-coded 17.5% value for VAT calculations.

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How to add a network printer
How to add a network printer

21st November 2008

Adding a network shared printer to your printer list:

1. Go to Start > Control Panel > Printers and Faxesor Go to Start > Printers and Faxes (depending on how your start menu is setup)

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Creating an email signature in Microsoft Outlook
Creating an email signature in Microsoft Outlook

20th November 2008

Please note that some instructions may differ depending on the version of Outlook you are using, however, the general principle applies to other versions of Outlook. The below instructions are based upon Outlook 2007:

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How do I send a fax from my PC?
How do I send a fax from my PC?

28th October 2008

Free Fax 

Fax may seem like a technology from a by-gone era, but actually, it’s still an extremely useful communication tool.

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How do I start Microsoft Windows in safe mode?
How do I start Microsoft Windows in safe mode?

10th January 2008

Sometimes it is necessary to boot your computer into safe mode when a computer fails to boot into Windows normally or to troubleshoot the computer properly in order to fix common problems such as viruses.
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