Software Review – Microsoft One Note

Microsoft OneNote is a program I’ve always heard of, but never tried—until this week. Instead of OneNote, I got an EverNote account and had been using it for a couple of years. My use of it was not consistent and my notebooks are really pretty unorganized, but I never really cared because of the robust search function it has. Things changed when a client of…

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5 Tools For Everyday Use

In thinking about this week’s topic, I decided to highlight the tools I use nearly every day to get my work done or to make getting my work done more fun. In no particular order, here they are: Tree Style Tabs This is a browser add-on – for Mozilla Firefox users only. You can click the link to read about all the features of this…

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Scan Your Computer for Running Processes & Remove Them

There are many programs (both free and fee-based), out there that will scan your computer and let you know what is running on your computer. The first one we’re looking at today is free and is called Process Scanner, by Uniblu. I like this program because it not only tells me what is running on my computer, it also gives me a link to where…

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Evernote – Remember Everything

I found Evernote earlier this year and set up an account. This tool is now out of beta and has both free andpremium features. But first, what is Evernote and what can it do for me? Evernote is a program that allows you to capture information on the web (and other places with the right accessories), by highlighting a specific area on a page, or…

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