Tips for speeding up Microsoft Outlook 2007

Handy document with tips for speeding up Outlook 2007


May 20, 2008 Posted by | Email | , , | Leave a comment

Lansweeper – Find out the hardware & software used on your network

Lansweeper is a great free utility that you run on your network.

It list’s the hardware and software in use on the pc’s.

Click the link below to see a demo online


You can find the main Lansweeper site here


May 18, 2008 Posted by | Network Utilities | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Firefox 3 Release Candidate 1 – Out Now


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Simplyfile – Essential Outlook Add-On £/€/$

Simplyfile is what I would consider to be an essential Outlook add-on.

Instead of having to create rules in outlook and then maintain them when things change. If you use Simplyfile it can learn where emails should be stored and can adapt when things change.

Another useful feature is with a single click you can change an email from HTML to Text. This is so useful when you receive an email and are not sure where the weblink is trying to take you. By click on the HTML2TEXT button you are able to see the full web link. Very useful.

I have just shared two of the features of Simply File. Here is a list of features from the site

  • Files messages to the right Outlook folder with one click of a mouse.
  • Uses an advanced algorithm to learn and adapt to your filing habits.
  • No configuration wizards, no manual setup, no rules to maintain. It just works!
  • Works on sent and received messages.
  • Removes Outlook’s “New Mail” icon when filing a message
    (small things like that make a huge difference in usability).
  • Saves sent messages in any Outlook folder, including Public Folders.
  • Turn messages into Tasks and Appointments with one click of a mouse.
  • Easily convert HTML messages to plain text format.
  • Highly optimized for speed and size (Download is only 560KB).

You can download the software as a free 30 day trial to see what you think.

Pricing is as follows



May 18, 2008 Posted by | Email | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Online Reference Library £/€/$

Safari books online is like having your own technical reference library available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

You are not only able to view books and video’s online but also download chapters via pdf download and get discounts off the print version of the books.

To see a demo of Safari books online click the link below


To sign up, starting with a ten day free trial click the link below


The main Safari web page can be found here


There are two different types of subscription

Safari Bookshelf
This allows you to access ten titles per month

Safari Library
This allows you unlimited access to the books

May 14, 2008 Posted by | PC Information, Training | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Tweet Scan – Search Engine for Twitter

Tweet Scan is a great search engine for Twitter where you can search by word, phrase or Twitter user


May 11, 2008 Posted by | Twitter | , , , | Leave a comment

Find out how people view your website or photo

Interesting site where you can upload a photo or an image of your website and the heatsite will display how people view your photo or site


May 11, 2008 Posted by | Graphics & Media, Internet Utilities & Wifi | , , , , | Leave a comment

Google Translate Automatically Detects and Translates Languages

Google now has a great feature for translating web pages or text that you type in.

Currently the system support just over twenty languages


May 11, 2008 Posted by | Internet Utilities & Wifi, Utilities | , , , , | Leave a comment

Secure Password Generator

If you are looking for a high security password generator for your wireless system or pc passwords, then I have found Gibson Research Ultra High Security Password Generator to be very good

“Every time this page is displayed, our server generates a unique set of custom, high quality, cryptographic-strength password strings which are safe for you to use”

You are then presented with three options:

64 random hexadecimal characters (0-9 and A-F)
63 random printable ASCII characters
63 random alpha-numeric characters (a-z, A-Z, 0-9)

Just copy and paste the password that you want to use.

May 11, 2008 Posted by | Passwords, Security | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

PC Advisor 3 Issues for £1 £/€/$

Expert Advice you can trust

Issues monthly, normally £4,99 per issue, but using the link below you can get the next three issues for £1. If you don’t want to continue the subscription cancel after the third issue otherwise the subscription will cost £9.99 every three issues


May 11, 2008 Posted by | Computer Magazine Offers - 3 for £1 etc | , , , , | Leave a comment