Fed up with how slow Adobe Reader is? Appalled at how expensive Adobe Acrobat is? Then try one of those free tools for creating and viewing PDFs.
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Have you ever wanted to take a PDF document and turn it into a slideshow? Neevia’s free online converter is perfect for such a job.
Notepad be gone, now when you’re surfing the web you can browse and take notes within your browser. Um, just be sure to save it!
The steps for Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013 are exactly the same when it comes to enabling and disabling reminder popups and sounds. Here’s how it works.
Ever wondered what all of the Adobe products do? This guide will help you out with the 16 programs found in its Creative Suite.
The Redo or Repeat command in Windows is a very handy command epsecially when using programs like Excel or Word. Let’s review what it is and how to use it.
With Word 2013, you can edit PDF files out-of-the-box with no additional tools needed. I’ve taken a few screenshots of the process including a groovy video demonstrating the new feature.
Ghost Control is a shareware app that automates simple and repetitive computer tasks. Here’s a look at this handy utility and a quick demo of how it works.
Adding week numbers to your Outlook 2013 calendar is a groovy feature which everyone should use if they do any kind of project work. Here’s how to do it.
TeamViewer is a superb cross-platform freeware tool for remote controlling and/or transference another computer.
If you need to easily share something from your Evernote notebook, follow these simple steps and post the share link on a social network quickly and easily.
Almost every internet user uses Google Reader to read their favorite blogs and websites. To make Google Reader visually appealing, its better to display favicons right next to websites. Here’s how you can enable favicons in Google Reader.
Looking for more fonts in Google Docs? How about hundreds of them? Google just significantly updated their font collection and here’s a quick tip on how to add them to your account.
There are times when we are working online and want to jot down ideas, perform calculations, etc. so that we can work on them. For example, if you are a student and researching about any topic, writing down different points on a piece of paper or even word can be annoying as you have to switch windows. Dashboard for Google Chrome solves this problem.