To switch to small icons, right-click in the Start menu, and then click “Properties“. Make sure the “Start Menu“ tab, and then click “Customize”. In Windows 7 and Windows Vista you scroll to the bottom of the list, clear the “Use large icons“ check box, and then click Ok. In Windows XP select “Small icons”, and then click Ok.
To permanently display the full path in Finder on Mac goto View and select “Show Path Bar” The path will now always show at the bottom of Finder
You can watch all Google old Doodle on www.google.com/doodles/ Also Google own version of Pacman is still available.
The Linux ps Process Status and the Windows Task Manager on a Mac to kill an application can be open with. Force Quit Applications. Cmd + alt/option + esc Select the application you want to close and press Force Quit.
Being use to Windows and it’s lovely Blue Screen Of Death there wasn’t going long before running into Mac OS X own Screen of Death after messing around with an old mac. So, restarting the Mac.
This year Google made a April Fools with Maps and a new Gmail alternativ app. Google offers it’s Maps on a variety of different systems. This time it has come to Nintendo Entertainment System. Begin your quest with Google Maps 8-bit for NES. In our pursuit of new digital frontiers, we realized that we may have
Eclipse Classic (current version 3.7.2) does not come with HTML editor by default. If you installed Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers it comes with the Web Tools Platform preinstalled. The HTML editor is called Web Page Editor and it can easily be installed if you got Eclipse Classic. To install the Eclipse Web Page editor go
Eclipse suddenly started to hang when starting up around “Loading Workbench”. Eclipse stopped responding and you get the dialog to close the program. The error shown afterwards: “Java was started but returned exit code=-805306369” If you are running java 1.6u21 then look at Eclipse Bug 319514 and The Oracle/Sun fix on Eclipse wiki site. This however wasn’t
There are many keyboard combinations that can be use to take a screenshot on Mac. I’ll split them up in two groups. Shortcuts that saves the image directly to the desktop: Cmd-Shift-3: Take a screenshot of the screen Cmd-Shift-4, then select an area: This will take a screenshot of the selected area Cmd-Shift-4, then space,