How to Recover an un-saved Microsoft Office 2010 file

Microsoft Office has a fantastic feature built in where it can recover unsaved new documents. Now in order to use this feature, you will need to have Save Auto Recover information… and Keep the last auto saved version if I close without saving enabled inside Microsoft Office. Here is how to enable Auto Recover and…


Hey! My User profile is missing from my Windows 10 Login Screen!! :(

  I had a unique issue today that I had not seen before.  A user had contacted our team stating they were logging in and being told they were on a temporary profile.  No problem I thought. Seen it before, local profile so just jump the admin login and into the registry and look for…


Free Loop Community

Musicians, DJs, Re-Mixologists!  There is a community you can join to submit and obtain free Loops called Looperman.com!  It’s an audio resource site. Check it out and add some content. Hits: 3


ASCII Character Charts

Sometimes I need the ALT ASCII codes so here they are: Decimal Character Decimal Character 32 space 80 P 33 ! 81 Q 34 “ 82 R 35 # 83 S 36 $ 84 T 37 % 85 U 38 & 86 V 39 ‘ 87 w 40 ( 88 X 41 ) 89 Y…


How to detect a tape device in Acronis 11.5

If the tape device is ever unplugged for any reason Acronis indicates a need to re-detect the device. The documentation lacks any pictures and the text is very vague where you find this option to do this. It is buried several layers deep.  Here is a screenshot of the location for this option. Note the…


Pretty Complete Guide To Moving Outlook to a new Windows computer

  GOAL: To Move Outlook 2010, Outlook 2013, or Outlook 2016 to a new computer running Windows 7, 8, or 10.    The steps are similar for all versions of Outlook and Windows, but dialog and folder paths can vary.   Step 1: Get the files from old computer – get them outta there! If…


Removing Items from Add/Remove Programs, But they still Show in the list! – Windows XP

Have you removed or uninstalled a program and still have it show up in Add/Remove Programs? Let’s get those out of there. Click on Start, then click on Run and type regedit and hit enter. Other Windows version have a search box that you can type regedit into instead of having to click on Run. Look…