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How to Determine Memory Usage and Cellular Usage (iPhone/iPad iOS 8)

If you have a lot of applications and save a lot of pictures to your iPhone/iPad, you may have a need to keep an eye on the memory usage. When a major iOS update is available you may need to clear out some photos or apps to make space for the update. If you use Cellular data as well as the Wi-Fi on your iPhone/iPad you may want to monitor the Cellular Usage so that you do not exceed your data plan for your cellular carrier (avoid unnecessary charges). This tutorial will show you how to monitor the Usage. This process is shown on iPhone with iOS 8, but works the same on iPad.
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Disable ‘Aero Snap’ and ‘Aero Shake’ in Windows 7

Aero Snap lets you resize a window by dragging it to the edge of the screen.  Aero Shake allows you to minimize all other windows by shaking an open window.  These features may be useful to some and a problem for others.  You can quickly disable these two features.

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Use ‘Print Screen’ to Capture Dialog Box ONLY

You may use the “Print Screen” function to capture images and insert them in publications, e-mails, presentations, etc.  By adding one key when you capture the image you can restrict the capture to the dialog box only vs. capturing the entire screen.

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How to Stop Accidentally Moving Outlook Folders (Windows 7)

It is very easy to accidentally drag and drop items into a new location without realizing it (i.e. an e-mail folder in Outlook). If you turn on the ‘ClickLock’ feature on your mouse it can help eliminate any accidental errors. When ‘ClickLock’ is on, you have to click a second time to drop the item in its new location. ‘ClickLock’ settings are different in Windows XP and Windows 7, see the appropriate documentation and video for your operating system.

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