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Archives For June 2008

 

Date Posted: June 22, 20089

Q. I recently bought a wide screen monitor but no matter what resolution I set it, the picture is either distorted horizontally or vertically. How can I tell what resolutions a monitor can display correctly?

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Date Posted: June 22, 2008

Q. The clock on my computer doesn't keep very accurate time. My computer only checks for the correct time once a week, and then it can be as much as a minute off. Can I set the time between checks shorter than a every week?

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Date Posted: June 15, 2008

Q. All too often I press the Insert key by mistake and overwrite text I don't want to. How can I disable the Insert key press?

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Date Posted: June 8, 2008

Q. I want to send a friend a list of some of the email addresses in my Outlook Express address book. How can I do this without physically typing each one?(Full Article)

 

Date Posted: June 1, 2008

Q. On my computer I have to double click anything to get it to open, but on my friend's computer he only has to click it once. How can I get this one click setting?

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