Quickly Add Date and Time Stamps to an Excel Worksheet

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You can easily change the format of any cell in an Excel worksheet to let the application know what type of data to expect. Two often used formats are the […]

2 Ways to Use Excel’s Transpose Function

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If you work extensively with Excel at home, at work, or in a home office, you have the luxury of setting up your worksheets exactly as you want them. However, […]

How to Use Excel’s What-If Analysis

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One often overlooked feature of Excel is the What-If Analysis tool that allows you to explore different scenarios without changing the values in your spreadsheet. This function is particularly useful […]

Automatically Remove Duplicate Rows in Excel

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Excel is a versatile application having grown far beyond its early versions as simply a spreadsheet solution. Employed as a record keeper, address book, forecasting tool, and much more, many […]

Enable Virtualization (VT-x) in the BIOS

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In a previous post, we wrote about how to install Mac OS X in VMware Fusion. Often times, running an operating system inside of another operating system, using virtualization software […]

Set up Windows 7/10 to Login Automatically

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Although Windows 7/10 offer a level of security not seen in previous versions of the operating system, there are times when it can be annoying to have to login every […]

Set Default Programs in Windows 7/10

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Windows associates almost every file on your computer with a specific program. For example, Word files with the *.docx file extension are naturally associated with the Word application. However, you […]

Top 10 Differences between Windows XP and Windows 7

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If you skipped over Windows Vista like so many others have, you may be in for a shock when you upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7. Microsoft’s newest operating […]

Create a Command Prompt Shortcut with Admin Rights in Windows

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When you run a command prompt in Windows, it runs in user mode by default and does not have any administrator rights. If you need to execute commands as administrator […]

Why Does 64-bit Windows Need Two Program Files Folders?

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Although Windows XP did have a 64-bit version, it wasn’t until Microsoft released Windows Vista that consumers really had to make a decision of whether to buy the 32 or […]