Browser Wars, Mobile Browsers, Mozilla Firefox, SNETTSCOM, Web Browsers, Windows |
9th March 2021
How to Stay Organized with Microsoft Edge Vertical Tabs
Microsoft Edge now has Vertical Tabs which come in handy to help you organize your tabs better. The vertical tabs are an old concept that we first saw on the...
Information Technology, Internet Connection Sharing, Microsoft, Mobile, Networking, Windows, Windows 7, Windows XP |
31st May 2014
Reverse Tethering: How to Connect your Mobile to your Laptop WIFI
It is a beautiful Saturday morning and I am seated at my desk in my small office at home, nothing much just my laptop support by a base against the arm...
Microsoft, SnettsBlog, Windows, Windows 7 |
3rd January 2014
The Perfect Cygwin Setup for Windows
What is Cygwin? Well the makers of Cygwin describe it as the Linux feeling on Windows. I know many of you are thinking why do you need to run Cygwin...
Linux, Microsoft, Networking, Ubuntu, Windows |
3rd November 2010
Joining an Ubuntu workstation to a Windows Workgroup
Ubuntu is a reputable operating system and is used by millions of users because of its speed, flexibility and efficiency. To make matters worse for other competing operating systems and...
Internet Explorer, Microsoft, Web Browsers, Windows, Windows 7 |
20th September 2010
Internet Explorer 9, more beautiful browsing
Microsoft has just launched Internet Explorer 9. This comes just when I was applying some IE hacks to a web pages Cascade Styling Sheets to have version 8 display the...
Microsoft, SnettsBlog, Windows, Windows 7, Windows XP |
28th June 2010
The demise of Windows XP Service Pack 2
It has been a long run for this version of the infamous Windows Extended Programming releases, also known as Windows XP. The run has been great and compared to the...
Computers, Hardware, HOWTO, Microsoft, SnettsBlog, Tutorials, Windows |
21st January 2010
Creating a virtual image from an existing Windows Installation
Use of virtual machines has greatly improved the lives of several administrators and developers. Virtual machines provide for efficiency and security and are a good way to save time and...
Linux, Microsoft, SnettsBlog, Ubuntu, Windows, Windows 7 |
7th December 2009
Linux vs. Windows 7
The Linux and Windows OS battle will obviously continue for years to come. If you ask me I will say that it is inevitable; Windows has succeeded as a commercial product...
Computers, Microsoft, Windows, Windows 7 |
20th November 2009
Windows 7 Application Compatibility List for IT Professionals
Windows 7 has now been in our midst for more than three weeks now and most of you are getting comfortable using it as an operating system.
Microsoft Outlook, Windows |
14th October 2009
Using “hard delete” in Microsoft Outlook
I know most of you have used the keyboard shortcut Shift + Delete to permanently delete items from your respective brand of Microsoft Operating Systems. This shortcut removes a selected...