How to Convert Videos for iPad, iPod, Apple TV and iPhone

A common issue that most iPad, iPhone and iPod users face is playing videos in formats not supported by iOS devices. It would have been best if VLC was available for iPad, but it is not. The best way to deal with this is to convert videos into supported formats. iPad supports .m4v, .mp4, and … Continue reading →

Microsoft Excel: Print Gridlines and Borders

In this quick tutorial we will show you how to print gridlines in Microsoft Excel. These gridlines are the default separators or cell borders you see when you are working on an Excel spreadsheet. A lot of people don’t want to spend unnecessary time formatting borders and rows/column separators. This neat feature comes built in … Continue reading →

Howto Quickly Download Search Results to Excel Spreadsheet

How to download Google, Yahoo, Bing top search results to Microsoft Office Excel, spreadsheet or in a csv file format? One way to do that is to manually enter data into your spreadsheet, which seems simple if you are only preparing a list of top 10 search results. What if you need to prepare a … Continue reading →

What’s the Difference in iPhone, iPad, and Android

Most people already know what iPhone, Android, and iPad are. However, I recently found out that there are some people who don’t really know what these gadgets are, what is the difference and which one of them they should buy. This post intends to cover this topic just a little bit and I hope this … Continue reading →

FFmpeg Based Free and Simple Audio Video Converters for Windows

FFmpeg is a popular command line utility, commonly used to convert media files from one format to another. However most home users are not very comfortable using command line tools. This is why there are many Graphical user interfaces available for FFmpeg. It is a cross platform application so it can be used on almost … Continue reading →

10 Steps to Maintain your Windows PC

So you are happy with your fast internet connection and all the content that you can now download. And you are also happy that the great tools that you have installed which help you create cool documents, videos and much more. This is good unless you are forgetting something. We often forget that computers need … Continue reading →

Google Sites: Add a Mailinglist or Subscribe Link

Chris from “Sunclipies” asked me how he can add a subscribe box on his website which is created using Google Sites. Honestly, I never noticed that Google Sites lacks RSS feed as a feature. Since I had in my mind that Google Sites is a good place for small websites that don’t get updated as … Continue reading →

How to find a Good and Reliable Webhosting

This post is part of a series. To read more posts from this series go to “Creating a Small Business Website“. There are thousands of companies out there offering cheap and affordable web hosting but not all of them are good. It is important that you go with a company that offers reliable and affordable … Continue reading →