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Rename Files Quickly in Windows 7

With Windows 7, there are easier and faster ways to rename multiple files in one sweep. The first way is to click on a file's name and rename it as usual, then press the "Tab" key to access the next file in the list.

Another way is to select multiple files (press the Ctrl key or Shift key and select the desired files), then right click on the first file and choose "Rename" to give it a new name.

The Consumerization of IT

Consumerization is the trend in which new information technology first makes waves in the consumer market, and its popularity then prompts businesses to adopt strategies to incorporate it into their processes. But the real questions are: how does it really affect your business, and what should you do about it?

"People say you have better technology at home than at work.

What You Put Online Can Haunt You

In today's increasingly hyper-connected world where anyone can easily post photos, videos, and other personal information about themselves online for everyone to see, it's becoming more and more important to be smart about exactly what and how much to post online.

Search within a Site Easily Using Google Chrome

Google Chrome allows you the option to search within a specific site. First type the web address of the site you want to search in the address bar, and then press the "Tab" key.

If Google Chrome has a record of the site's search engine, you’ll be offered the option to search within that site only.

The Cloud: What Difference Does It Make?

A recent survey on the perception of cloud computing shows that almost half of small businesses are unconvinced of the benefits that cloud computing can offer. With better and easier IT management through the Internet as well as features like secure off-site data storage, cloud computing is at least worth a second look.

Guide to Changing the Screen Resolution of Your Monitor

The clarity of text and images on your screen can depend largely on how you set your monitor's screen resolution. At high resolutions, such as 1280 by 1024 pixels, you can display more on the screen—but text and images will look smaller.

At lower resolutions, such as 800 by 600 pixels, objects will appear larger but may look jagged and less sharp.

Forget to Include an Attachment in Outlook? Get a Reminder!

Do you sometimes forget the file attachments you meant to include in an email message? Thanks to a free plugin for Outlook, now you can be alerted when you do just that.

Head over to CodeTwo's website and download the free Outlook Attachment Reminder. Install and configure it to scan for text in your email's subject line and body text (such as "attachment" or "attached" or "see document"). When you press the send button, if the system finds that you included these phrases but did not attach a file, it will prompt you to do so before sending out the email.