I ran into this hilarious Mobile Home commercial on YouTube. That’s all that really needs to be said on the matter other than, Enjoy.
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Data validation drives consistency in your spreadsheets and makes spreadsheets more user-friendly.
Say what you want about Windows 8’s Modern interface, there’s some powerful features under the hood accessed from the desktop like the new Task Manager.
System Restore (sometimes called System Protection) for Windows 7 and Windows 8 allows you to restore your computer to a previous good state should any kind of issue occur during the install of a new driver or application without affecting your documents, pictures and other personal data/files on the system. Although Windows creates system restore […]
We’re all in love with the Windows 8 Metro app tiles. They look great and make navigating around a breeze. Today I came across a new feature–resizing and unpinning the Windows 8 Metro tiles. While the resizing option is very limited (just 2 sizes) in the Dev build, I like that Microsoft gave us a little more […]
Doesn’t matter if your an iPhone, iPad or Android user, you’ve no doubt heard of the smash hit game Angry Birds. The game has been so successful over the past year it’s been one of a few which have managed to make the cross over outside the App Store and into other consumer products. Recognizing the […]
TechSmith, the fine company that brings us Snagit, Jing and Camtasia, recently dropped us an email letting us know that the new beta version of Screencast.com was now available for testing. In an earlier Screencast.com review, grooveDexter deemed Screencast.com very groovy and recommended the free service to our groovyReaders. For those of you who missed […]
Some days while on my photography walk around town, some of the best shots I find are straight up! I’m always amazed how gorgeous clouds can be on a sunny day. Just recently I was on one of these walks when a thought entered my head – "Wouldn’t it be a groovy image if I […]
As proved back in the 80’s when IBM mopped the floor with Apple’s MAC, Computing platforms live and die based on the applications it supports. Apple learned this all to well when their best app was basically MACPAINT whereas IBM had app after app being developed for the platform including a small company called Microsoft. […]
Greetings groovy photoshoppers! As part of our groovy “GroovyPost Teaches Photoshop” series, today were going to talk a little about Layers. Layers are a very important basic for Photosho so today were going to review some of the basic usage like How-To create and group Layers. Let’s jump right into things by starting out with […]
Did you know Word 2010 has a single click feature that converts Tables to Text? Don’t feel stupid if you didn’t. Microsoft Office / Word 2010 is packed full of so many features, everyday I’m still finding things I never even knew existed. Anyway, let’s take a look at this quick tip in Word starting […]
Hey there groovyReaders! Have you been using your computer for things like rotating or renaming photos and moving and compressing files to your external HDD? You know, it’s those basic actions we do often that we wish we could just automate or have someone else do for us! Luckily, there is! Today I’ll quickly go […]
Content Aware Fill in Photoshop CS5 is our second tutorial in our series: groovyPost Teaches Photoshop Basics. I had a lot of fun creating this tutorial and screencast because Content Aware Fill in Photoshop CS5 is just soooo amazing. It’s actually my favorite new feature from CS5, so surprise, surprise I chose this as the […]
With all the advanced Photoshop tutorials we’ve been making here on groovyPost, we figured it probably made sense to take a step back and review some of the basics for those of you who might not “yet” be experts… So over the next few weeks were going to be working on a series of groovyPost’s […]