see the archived of Tips and Tricks - you can download a
booklet of them by clicking
To click an item, point to the item on the
screen, and then press and release the primary
button (usually the left button).
Clicking is most often used to select (mark) an
item or open a menu. This is sometimes
called single-clicking or left-clicking.
To double-click an item, point to the item on
the screen, and then click twice quickly. If the
two clicks are spaced too far apart, they might
be interpreted as two individual clicks rather
than as one double-click.
Double-clicking is most often used to open items
on your desktop. For example, you can start a
program or open a folder by double-clicking its
icon on the desktop.
To right-click an item, point to the item on the
screen, and then press and release the secondary
button (usually the right button).
Right-clicking an item usually displays a list
of things you can do with the item. For example,
when you right-click the Recycle Bin on your
desktop, Windows displays a menu allowing you to
open it, empty it, delete it, or see its
properties. If you're ever unsure of what to do
with something, right-click it.
Images Into A Collage – Then Into A Desktop Wallpaper
Select the photos you wish to use then go toCreate–>Picture
Collage. Your images will then appear as one of the
collage styles and you will have options to try out other
Once the collage has been made, there is an option to then
make your creation into a desktop wallpaper.
Remove ENG from Widows 8 taskbar
Click the ENG on the taskbar
Click Language preferences
Click Advanced Settings in the window that opens
Tick the Use the desktop language bar when it's
Click on the Options link, the Text Services
and Input Languages window will appear
Click on the Hidden radio button
Click on OK, then on Save
Close the Language window
Picasa - Create A Gift CD
Want to share, lets say, birthday snaps with your friends
and family? Why not make them a CD having all of your
favorite birthday pictures on it. Picasa Gift CD feature is
out to simplify the process of writing images to disc. Just
select the snaps from album, under Create menu, select
Create a Gift CD, specify image size followed by disc
name, and finally click Burn to write the selected album(s)