Managing Web Content: Blocker Settings

by jleany - Jun 29, 2010


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The Pop-up Blocker Settings dialog box is a great way to permanently allow pop-ups from specific sites. Learn more by watching this clip!

Check back tomorrow for more!


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Managing Web Content: Pop-Up Blocker Demo

by jleany - Jun 28, 2010


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In today’s clip, Expert Ammon Wiese teaches not only how to test your pop-up blocker, but also how to enable and disable it.

Check back tomorrow for the next clip!


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Managing Web Content: Popup Blocker

by Colin - Jun 25, 2010


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We’re on to the next series of Windows 7 video clips – Managing Web Content. Today’s clip focuses on what popup windows are, why you would want to avoid them, and how to enable your popup blocker.

Check back on Monday for the next clip in the series!


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Personalizing Internet Explorer 8: Setting Default Programs

by jleany - Jun 24, 2010


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Learn how to set default programs Internet Explorer will use for different internet services in today’s Windows 7 training clip. Enjoy!

Check back tomorrow, when we’ll have yet another video clip for you!


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Personalizing Internet Explorer 8: Removing your Homepage

by jleany - Jun 23, 2010


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In the latest clip of our Windows 7 training Ammon Wiese will walk you through the steps of removing a  website from your homepage.

Be sure to check back for more videos!


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Personalizing Internet Explorer 8: Changing Your Home Page

by jleany - Jun 21, 2010


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By default when you open Internet Explorer your homepage is set to msn.com however, if you don’t want your home to be msn.com, you can change or add to your home page. Watch and learn how.

Be sure to check back tomorrow for our next video clip!


Personalizing Internet Explorer 8: Color Settings

by jleany - Jun 18, 2010


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Part 3 of the Personalizing Internet Explorer section of our Windows 7 training clips, Ammon Wiese shows you how to personalize a web page’s color settings.

Check back on Monday for the next installment, and as always you can view all of our posted videos here


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Personalizing Internet Explorer 8: Font Settings

by Colin - Jun 16, 2010


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The customization of your web experience continues! This time we’re focusing on how to customize your font settings in Internet Explorer 8, as seen here:

Remember, if you want to go back and watch any previous videos, just click on that “Windows 7 Training” link in the navigation on the side. From there we are linking to all of the Windows 7 series videos we post. Also be sure to keep watch for new clips (almost) daily!


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Personalizing Internet Explorer 8: Your Home Page

by Colin - Jun 15, 2010


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Once you have installed Windows 7, chances are you’re now looking at your shiny new desktop wondering “now what?” If you’re like me you may just continue staring at your background, but chances are you’re going to follow up that question by opening up some web pages instead.

Today’s clip features tips on how to customize your experience with Internet Explorer 8, the default web browser that comes with Windows 7.

Stay tuned for another video clip tomorrow!


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Upgrading to Windows 7

by jleany - Jun 14, 2010


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Depending on your hardware and your current edition of Windows Vista, you can use the Upgrade option during Windows 7 installation to upgrade from Windows Vista to a corresponding or higher edition of Windows 7.

Upgrading is the most convenient way to get Windows 7 on your computer, because it keeps your files, settings, and programs from Windows Vista in place. 

Watch the clip for more details or visit this page on Microsoft’s Windows website.


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