Category: Operating System

How to use a Web graphic to be the desktop background picture

How to use a Web graphic to be the desktop background picture? We all know today’s internet has many many good resources, such as many beautiful pictures. If you found a good picture and you like it very much, you can right-click it from the webbrowser and save it to your computer, and then set it to be

How to set Windows so all the folders display in a same view

How to set Windows so all the folders display in a same view? Each folder in My Computer or My Documents can have its own view. That’s useful for folders like My Music or My Pictures, because you can look at your digital photos in Thumbnails or Filmstrip view, and see your song titles in Tiles

How to use the keyboard shortcut to navigate menus in Windows XP

How to use the keyboard shortcut to navigate menus in Windows XP? You can speed up tasks in almost any program by choosing menu items using your keyboard instead of your mouse. This operation is particularly handy when you’re performing repetitive tasks. To control menus using your keyboard 1. With your program open, press the

How to Register the Help Selectors and Help viewers in C Builder

For the Help Manager to communicate with them, objects that implement ICustomHelpViewer, IExtendedHelpViewer, ISpecialWinHelpViewer, and IHelpSelector must register with the Help Manager. To register Help system objects with the Help Manager, you need to: Register the Help Selector. Register the Help viewer. Registering Help selectors The unit that contains the object implementation must use either

Windows 10 Calculator keyboard shortcuts

Calculator keyboard shortcuts The following table contains keyboard shortcuts for working with Calculator. Press this key To do this F1 Open Calculator Help F2 Edit the calculation history Alt + 1 Switch to Standard mode Alt + 2 Switch to Scientific mode Alt + 3 Switch to Programmer mode Alt + 4 Switch to Statistics

Windows logo key keyboard shortcuts list

Windows logo key keyboard shortcuts list. Keyboard shortcuts are combinations of two or more keys that, when pressed, can be used to perform a task that would typically require a mouse or other pointing device. Keyboard shortcuts can make it easier to interact with your computer, saving you time and effort as you work with

Windows7 general keyboard shortcuts list

The following table lists the general keyboard shortcuts in Windows7. Press this key To do this F1 Display Help Ctrl+C (or Ctrl+Insert) Copy the selected item Ctrl+X Cut the selected item Ctrl+V (or Shift+Insert) Paste the selected item Ctrl+Z Undo an action Ctrl+Y Redo an action Delete (or Ctrl+D) Delete the selected item and move

Use the Menu Designer to Create Menu

How to create and manage menus? Menus provide an easy way for your users to execute logically grouped commands. The Menu Designer enables you to easily add a menu–either predesigned or custom tailored–to your form. You add a menu component to the form, open the Menu Designer, and type menu items directly into the Menu