Monday, April 17, 2017

Acer Blue Light Shield in Predator

How to activate Blue Light Shield in Predator?

1. Simply open Acer Quick Access and you will see the Blue Light Shield option plus other options like:

a. Cool boost - improve system cooling by increasing the fan speed during heavy use. This application is disabled by default. Use the following steps to enable Coolboost using the Acer Quick Access program.

b. DustDefender - in operation the fan can spin clockwise and counterclockwise, allowing air to flow in two directions. Along with a precise algorithm and specially designed groove on the fan, Acer DustDefender can blow dust out and minimize dust accumulation.

c. Bluelight Shield - an application that allows users to control how much blue light is used to display an image. This allows users to lower levels of blue light to lessen the negative effects of blue light exposure. You can adjust Acer Bluelight Shield settings using the Acer Quick Access application.

d. Power-off USB charging - charges your USB devices even in off mode.


Wednesday, March 15, 2017

How to hide images or pictures when you hide a row or column in Excel

At first, I thought this not possible but when I search the world for answers, I found it. Doing it is very easy.

For Excel 2010 and up

1. Right click on the image

2. Select Size and Properties

3. Click on Properties

4. Select Move and Size with Cells

5. Click Close

6. Done.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Add Programs, Files, and Folders to System Startup in Windows

How to Add Programs, Files, and Folders to System Startup in Windows

Many programs in Windows add themselves to system startup when you install them, allowing them to automatically start up when you boot your computer. You can also have other programs automatically start and files and folders automatically open when Windows starts.
This should work in Windows 10, 8, 8.1, 7, or even Vista.
We showed you how to disable startup programs in Windows. Now, we’ll show you how to add programs, files, and folders to system startup, or the “Startup” folder, so they automatically start or open when you boot your computer.
To add a program to the “Startup” folder, we will use a shortcut from the desktop. As an example, we will add the program Sizer to system startup, since we use that often to resize Windows for screenshots.NOTE: If there is no shortcut on the desktop for the program you want to add, we will show you later in this article how to create a shortcut in the “Startup” folder.
To copy a shortcut on the desktop, right-click on the shortcut and select “Copy” from the popup menu.
Open the “Run” dialog box by pressing the Windows key + R. Type “shell:startup” (without the quotes) in the “Open” edit box and click “OK.”
In the right pane of the Windows Explorer window, right-click on the empty space and select “Paste” from the popup menu.
The shortcut is placed in the “Startup” directory.
If the shortcut you want to add to the “Startup” directory is not available on the desktop, you can create a shortcut for the program in the directory. To create a new shortcut, right-click on an empty area in the right pane of the “Startup” directory in Windows Explorer. Select “New” from the popup menu and then select “Shortcut” from the submenu.
On the first screen of the “Create Shortcut” dialog box, click “Browse.”
On the “Browse for Files or Folders” dialog box, navigate to the directory for the program you want to add to system startup, select the “.exe” file, and click “OK.”
The path to the program’s executable file is added to the “Type the location of the item:” edit box. Click “Next.”
Enter a name for the shortcut in the “Type a name for this shortcut:” edit box and click “Finish.”
The next time you start up Windows the program you added to the “Startup” directory that program will automatically start.
You can also add shortcuts to files and folders (using the same procedure described above) to the “Startup” directory and they will automatically open when Windows starts.
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