Friday, February 27, 2015

Gizmo's Freeware: Print My Fonts!

Gizmo's Freeware: Print My Fonts!

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Print My Fonts!

Posted: 27 Feb 2015 02:01 AM PST

Apparently I have 270 fonts installed on my PC. I'm sure I don't need all of them, and I really should get around to uninstalling ones that I don't use. The reason that I know I have 270 fonts is because of a handy program called Print My Fonts. It's the same program I intend to use to reduce that number. It's a handy, free, portable utility that lists all your fonts. You can then choose a sample sentence (the default, as shown below, refers to Anton eating cheese, for some weird reason). You can also choose which fonts to print, and you can opt to have it generate an image file or a Word document if you'd rather.

When you try the program, note that the default action is to send the output straight to your printer. So if you've got a lot of fonts, you'll want to select just a handful to start with, or choose the image option rather than the default printer.

As a way to help organize your PC fonts, Print My Fonts is very handy. It's free and portable, as mentioned, and the program is malware-free according to VirusTotal and Web of Trust.


http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/print-my-fonts.htm

Thursday, February 26, 2015

how To Get Your Content Displayed In Google Quick Answer Box?

how To Get Your Content Displayed In Google Quick Answer Box?

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how To Get Your Content Displayed In Google Quick Answer Box?

Posted: 25 Feb 2015 10:33 AM PST

Google Quick Answer box
Google's Quick Answer box - while useful for the casual searcher, creates a lot of challenges for webmasters. On the one hand, if your content is used by the Quick Answer box, you get prominence. But at the same time, if users can get their questions answered on the SERPs, why would they click through to your site, right? Their utility is debatable. Today, however, we will talk about how to get your content displayed on Google's Quick Answer box.
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Gizmo's Freeware: Free Training Courses for Kids

Gizmo's Freeware: Free Training Courses for Kids

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Free Training Courses for Kids

Posted: 26 Feb 2015 12:18 AM PST

Pluralsight is a well-known company that provides online training courses for techies. Think of it as a subscription-based version of Youtube. Sign up, pay the monthly fee, and you can watch technical training videos that cover hundreds of subjects.

In addition to the paid-for content, Pluralsight also offers a selection of free courses aimed at kids, covering topics such as photography, basic HTML and Javascript, creating your first computer game, and more. So if you want to enthuse your kids about the best that today's technology-world has to offer, it's definitely worth checking out. You'll need to sign up on the site first, but it's free, and you can also track your childrens' progress on the system too.


http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/free-training-courses-kids.htm

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Gizmo's Freeware: Five Useful but Lesser Known Free Windows Utilities from Microsoft Sysinternals

Gizmo's Freeware: Five Useful but Lesser Known Free Windows Utilities from Microsoft Sysinternals

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Five Useful but Lesser Known Free Windows Utilities from Microsoft Sysinternals

Posted: 25 Feb 2015 02:29 AM PST

You are probably familiar with powerful and highly useful free Sysinternals applications such as Process Explorer and Autoruns but there is actually a large suite of utilities provided by Microsoft Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich and his Sysinternals co-workers. Many of the tools are quite specialized but they are interesting in their own right. In this tip I will point out five lesser-known utilities that experienced PC users might find worth looking at.


http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/five-useful-lesser-known-free-windows-utilities-microsoft-sysinternals.htm