Remote Web Access can end up giving a user unrestricted access to Windows Home Server 2011. In this post I will tell you how to manage Remote Web Access for certain users to make sure that a novice user does not mess up the Home Server.
Windows Home Server 2011 has far more dynamic Remote Access feature than its predecessor. In this post I will provide you with a walkthrough of the process to access your home server from the cloud, by using Remote Web Access. Please Note: before a computer can connect to Windows Home Server 2011, it must have the connector software installed, to see how to do that you can check out the Continue Reading →
First there were internal hard disks. Only ten years ago most middle-class hard disks had the storage space of about 100 GB. Even that was quite high at that time. Then at the end of the naughtiest (2000s) we saw the fast development of the portable hard disks market.
Every business that is getting ready to announce the world its existence, i.e. to start being present and visible online should be aware of all the advantages of such a movement, but also of all the dangers and inconveniences that might await you there. It is especially important for people who are not on the same wavelength with the modern technology that they ask for advice and think twice before Continue Reading →
If you haven’t been a dormant entity on web, the benefits of PSD to WordPress conversion aren’t concealed from you. This highly sought-after practice has conquered the web market and is likely to extend its umbrella over all the domains that the Internet branches out to.
Do you remember the times when you stored your data on floppy disks and when each and every computer had that floppy port. The most storable floppies had no more than 256 MB of memory and back in the 1990s they were the main source of sharing and transferring data. Of course, those born in the 1990s and 2000s can hardly remember those days and such storage devices.
As we all know, the latest version of Microsoft Office 2013 has now been released and you can download the final build. When downloading the latest build for version 2013, you will come across the trial version of Professional Plus 2013, which includes all major applications like Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, Access, Publisher, and MS Lync. To download MS Professional Plus, see the link given at the end of Continue Reading →
The initial version of Microsoft Office 2013 is now available and you can “Download Microsoft Office 2013 Free Trial” to benefit from the revamped user interface, performance enhancements and latest nifty features. With MS Office 2013 you can get the windows 8 treatment and upgrade to the newest version of PowerPoint for making stunning presentations. The user friendly interface and exciting new features can add value to your slides, as Continue Reading →
Send Anywhere is a web service and mobile application for sharing files, apps and contacts in a secure and easy way over Wi-Fi or via the internet. The official Send Anywhere app for Android has recently become available at the Google Play Store. Using the “Send Anywhere” service users can remotely share content from literally all types of file formats. Furthermore, there are various sharing options that can help you Continue Reading →
Seldom do we come across a web service that is both comprehensive and specialized towards the provision of a useful functionality that is hard to find. Microsoft PowerPoint is the most widely used application for the creation of presentations, however it has long been a question mark regarding how to share PowerPoint files on unsupported devices. While one can resort to some expensive options such as using the cloud based Continue Reading →