Sometimes Word files can get corrupted or accidentally deleted. If you write in Word a lot, it might make sense to keep backup copies of your documents just in case. Word has a built in feature to automate this process. Once enabled, it will generate a backup (duplicate) file in the same directory every time you save your document.
Go to Word > Preferences > Save.
Check the Always create backup copy.
Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Word Options.
Scroll to the Save section, and then select the Always create backup copy check box.
Is all the movement in the new iOS7 making you ill? Thankfully Apple has just released an update (7.0.3) that allows you to turn off the animation (when apps open/close) and the parallax effect (background shifts when you move your phone). Just follow these steps:
Upgrade to 7.0.3: Go to Settings > General > Software Update.
Go to Settings > General > Accessibility. Turn “Reduce Motion” on.
Enjoy the good feelings in your stomach and eat some pizza.
If you are browsing the internet on a public computer, you may not want others to see what you have searched for or what web pages you’ve looked at. Fortunately there are several browsers that let you look at the web without leaving a trail behind you.
Safari: Go to Safari > Private Browsing
Chrome: Go to File > New Incognito Window
Firefox: Go to File > New Private Window
Chrome: Go to Settings (icon next to address bar) > New Incognito Window
Firefox: Go to the orange Firefox menu > New Private Window
Internet Explorer: Go to Settings (gear icon) Safety > InPrivate Browsing
Once you install it, make sure the “Autoupload Screenshots” option is checked in the menu. When you capture a new screenshot, Cloudapp will upload it automatically to their website, and the link to the image will be copied to your clipboard so you can paste it into an email or chat window.
When you’re typing a website address in Safari, there is a handy “.com” button on the keyboard. Did you know that if you tap and hold that button you will also have the choice of .edu, .us., .org and .net?
Have you ever looked at a website(s) on your iPad or iPhone and then wanted to switch over to your computer to browse? If you have OSX Mountain Lion (10.8) on your Mac and iOS6 on your mobile devices, you can easily view your Safari tabs across multiple devices.