Thursday, December 20, 2012

Tips To Add New Contacts In Outlook Express

Bad memory is something to many people. Phone numbers and email addresses are just a few of the essential things that are most commonly forgotten.
Microsoft took a different approach when they designed the Outlook contact book. Microsoft shaped up the Outlook Express in such a way that the; once you send a mail to a particular contact the email address will be automatically stored on to the address book. This feature in the Outlook Express will allow the user to access the stored email addresses for a second time from the Outlook Express address book. A different plus point of this program is that a user won’t have to type in a mail address repeatedly as the Outlook auto-completes the email address when the user types in the first few letters of the same.  This will also help users to avoid spelling errors while entering the email address in a hurry. Track along the instructions laid out by the Microsoft Outlook Express help and support crew to learn about adding new contacts in to the Outlook address book.


Using Messages
Pick out a “mail folder” from the “Outlook Express folders list”.

Go to the "Messages" tab and right click on it and get the sender's name from the "From" tab.

Tag along "Add Sender to Address Book" tab from the menu.

Using Address Book

Hit on the "Tools" tab and move towards the "Address Book" tab. Later hold on the "Control", "Shift" and "B" to bring on the Outlook Express address book.

Opt for the "New" tab from the “File” tab and pave way to the "New Contact" tab

Now tag along the "Control" and "N" keys on your keyboard to add up a new contact.

Enter all the relevant information’s including name, mail address and phone number as well as birthday.

Trigger the "OK".

Using File Import

Pick out the "File" tab from the Outlook Express menu bar and track along to the "Import" tab.

From the import tab, access the "Address Book" and select the "Other Address Book" to pick out a suitable format to the contact.

Import a contact by accessing the "Open" tab from the “Files” tab to bring up the "Import" window.
If you are finding it difficult to cope up with these instructions, call the Microsoft Outlook Express help and support center for remote desktop assistance.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Support for installing multiple processors

Microsoft, the front runner among the developers of operating systems in the world has designed the Windows OS in such a way that, they are equipped with utilities to support more than one CPU or a multi- core processor. The operating systems such as Windows Vista business, enterprise, ultimate editions and Windows 7 professional, enterprise, ultimate editions are capable of handling multiple processors. If you are in need of computer support regarding this issue, go through these guidelines.

Just make sure whether the Windows operating system currently installed on your PC supports multiple processors. If it does, then propel to the next step. Else, install an operating system that supports multiple processors.
Check if the mother board installed on your computer supports multiple processors. If so, your mother board will be equipped with an extra processor slot.
Check the speed and stepping of your processor by going to the “processors” menu that lies within the "Device Manager" tab. This tab can be located inside the “Systems” menu which hides inside the "Control Panel"
Now go for the "Properties" tab inside the processor Window to check the speed and stepping of your current processor. Windows recommends for same speed and stepping for supporting multiple processors at a time.
Acquire one with exactly the same speed and stepping of your currently processor.
Make sure that you have updated your BIOS and drivers before the installation of your new processor.
Now shutdown you Windows machine.
Bend over to your CPU and remove the side panel by unscrewing the screws to reveal the mother board installed in your CPU.
Locate the extra slot and install the new processor with sufficient thermal greasing below the processor.
Every processor runs at a high speed, thus it is quiet natural to generate heat. Install a cooling device to take this heat away from your processor. You can go for a fan or a heat sink.
Now close the CPU by fixing the side panel with screws.
Connect all the plugs and power up your computer.
Windows is having a utility “Windows Plug and Play”, which will detect your new processor. This utility will wind up the installation of new processor without any authorization.
You will now feel the improved processing power of your computer. However if you are in need of more support, drop a line at the Windows help center.