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You may want to set up a scheduled task to mute your speakers overnight. If you use instant messaging programs, have audible e-mail alerts etc. this can be very useful. In this guide you will learn how to automatically mute your speakers overnight.

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Use DirectFolder to Define Favorite Folders In File Open & Save Dialogs

When you save images to or upload images from different folders, it can be a pain to navigate to them – especially when you switch between two or more different folders frequently. In this guide you will learn how to put a simple context menu that will let you select folders that you define.

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Use Notepad a lot? Quickly Paste Text into Notepad

Posted by Rich On May - 22 - 2008

Use Notepad a lot? Quickly Paste Text into Notepad

I use notepad a lot and am always copying text that I want to save for use at a later time. Notepad isn’t really useful for archiving work, but it’s great for keeping snippets on your desktop that can remind you to get stuff done. If you are like me and use Notepad too, this guide is for you.

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Free Clipboard History Manager for Windows (ClipX)

Posted by Rich On May - 5 - 2008

Free Clipboard History Manager for Windows (ClipX)

ClipX is a free piece of software that allows you to collect multiple items on your clipboard. You can then pick and choose which one to paste, either through a mouse selection or use of a hotkey. ClipX allows you to copy both text and images.

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Have PDF Files Read to You by Adobe Reader

Posted by Rich On March - 4 - 2008

If you know about this already, then there will be nothing new here. I just found this tonight and thought I’d share it with you.

With Adobe reader (the free version that most of you already have on your computer), you can have your documents read to you.

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logmein

Want to log into your computer from anywhere in the world? If you do, this guide is for you.

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