If you keep up with tech blogs at all, you probably have heard about Microsoft’s release of the Internet Explorer 9 Beta. Chances are you probably heard about it through some kind of article talking about its support for modern web standards like HTML5 and CSS3. The day of the Beta release, our Twitter feed was filled with posts about how awesome HTML5 is, and how IE9 supports it. I think this article on Slate put it best:
“Wednesday’s demo was so heavy on the new browser’s graphical capabilities that you’d think Microsoft invented HTML5, instead of just now getting around to making a browser that supports it.”
Once you have the programs you want installed, and the programs you don’t want uninstalled, you may want certain programs to start up immediately when you boot your computer. That’s where we come in! Ammon Wiese shows you how to tell Windows 7 which programs to boot at start up in the video below.
We’ve shown you how to install programs, but what if you want to remove programs already installed? Ammon Wiese shows you how in this next installment of our Windows 7 training clips!
Are you ready for Outlook 2010?
Expert Michael Meskers was here last week filming LearnKey’s Outlook 2010 training. The training showcases some of the great new features the latest version of Outlook has to offer like the ability to manage multiple email accounts, organize your emails with conversation threads, and stay connected to your social networks .
Microsoft enhanced the functionality, simplified things, and provided us with more ways to customize Outlook, which in turn allows us to be a lot more efficient.
Be looking for the release of our new Outlook 2010 training! It’s going to be great!
In this video, Ammon Wiese walks you through the process of installing programs in Windows 7. Check it out!
The Desktop Gadgets Gallery allows you to manage your Gadgets, or mini programs such as a clock or calendar, and easily add them to your desktop. Watch the video below for details!
Windows 7 offers a variety of utilities to the user. In this clip you’ll learn about each of them and how they can benefit you! Check it out!
In this clip, you’ll learn how to access the already installed programs and features in Windows 7 that have been turned off by default. Watch and learn how!
Windows 7 offers great Communication Tools such as Notepad, WordPad, Paint, Windows Fax and Scan. In this clip you’ll learn more about each tool that is listed above. Check it out!
Windows 7 comes 3 different applications which are used to help manage your media. In this clip, Ammon Wiese talks about each of the 3 applications and how they work. Have a look!