Typography: Free Stylish Fonts Collection [Set 36]

Posted by Rich On August - 27 - 2009

If you are making a PowerPoint presentation, poster, graphic, or anything that requires typography, you may find some of these fonts useful. There many free fonts out there but it is often hard to find good ones as there is so much choice and so many fonts are not very high quality. In these collections, I attempt to find the best free fonts out there and provide direct download links to them so you can start using them straight away. If you are unsure of how to install a font,
learn here.

Check out more font collections on Mintywhite.com

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Get Email in Windows 7 Media Center [How To]

Posted by Rich On August - 26 - 2009

Windows Forums moderator rsvr85 has written a guide, which shows you how to enable email in Windows 7 Media Center.

Email in Windows 7 Media Center

Center Taskbar Icons in Windows 7 [How To]

Posted by Rich On August - 25 - 2009

Windows Forums moderator rsvr85 has written a guide to help you center your taskbar icons in Windows 7.

How To Center The Taskbar Icons

Encrypt Files on Your Hard Drive in Windows XP [How To]

Posted by Rich On August - 25 - 2009

Many people willing to pay for file encryption programs but did you know Windows XP, Vista, and Seven have built in file encryption capabilities? File encryption is more and more important as our data is the coming more mobile by the day. If you were to Lucia laptop, a password may protect your information but if the person who finds your laptop takes out your hard drive and put it into a now the computer all install is a different operating system on your hard drive, they may still have access to your files. In this guide, you will learn how to encrypt your files in Windows XP. See this guide for Vista/Seven .

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Encrypt Your Files in Windows [How To]

Posted by Rich On August - 25 - 2009

Many people are willing to pay for file encryption programs but did you know Windows has had built in file encryption capabilities since Windows XP? In the age of cyber attacks and making personal files accessible via the internet, file encryption is more important than ever. If you were to lose your laptop, a password may protect your information but if the person who finds your laptop takes out your hard drive and looks at it through an operating system that doesn’t use Microsoft’s account security, they may still have access to your files. In this guide, you will learn how to encrypt your files in Windows. See this guide for XP.

Note: Windows file encryption is available in Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise. Learn how to upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 7 Professional

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Secret Disk Protects Your Files in a Secret Container

Posted by Rich On August - 24 - 2009

If you want to protect the files on your computer in an easy way, Secret Disk provides a great solution. in the past, I’ve reviewed TrueCrypt but the use of this program can be overwhelming at best. Secret Disk is a much simpler solution and has you up and running in no time.

Please note: if you are trying to protect your files from a customs, or similar, inspecition, you may be required to enter your password. Thus, using a program like this is not a solution to hiding illegal information–don’t do it!

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