There’s already a lovely article that talks about keyboard shortcuts in Excel 2010. It’s a fantastic resource, and has a lot of great information on what you can do just using your keyboard, but it’s quite long. It’s a lot of great information to scroll through to find what you need. So, in response to an overwhelming number of requests from you, Excel users, Folks over at the Excel Blog created some Quick Reference Cards that you can download and save, or just print and keep near your workstation.
Apple’s record-breaking fiscal 2011 third quarter is chock full of surprises — in the results and from the earnings conference call. I learned 10 things, many of which surprised me, that you might want to know, too.
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1. Mac OS X 10.7 “Lion” ships tomorrow
2. Apple is changing its accounting because of Lion
3. Apple ended fiscal third quarter with $76.2 billion in cash
4. iPad outsold Macs to K-12 schools during the quarter
5. Apple sold 33 millon iOS devices during the quarter, or 367,000 per day
6. Apple sold 4.119 million iPod touches during fiscal Q3
7. iOS devices accounted for 70 percent of total revenues for the quarter
8. Apple has shipped 220 million iOS devices cumulatively
9. Apple currently has 327 retail stores globally
10. Apple revenue grew by an astonishing 247 percent in Asia-Pacific
With so much riding on iOS and the iPad what will Apple do to stay ahead of the curve and dominate the tablet market?
Top 10 Ways to Speed Up Your Computer’s Boot Time
Whitson Gordon — If there’s one thing everyone dreads, it’s rebooting their computer. It may only take a minute or two, but it can seem like forever. Here are our top 10 tweaks that’ll make your computer boot a little faster.
10. Tweak Your BIOS
9. Clean Out Programs that Launch at Startup
8. Delay Windows Services That Run at Startup
7. Change Your Boot Menu’s Timeout Values
6. Disable Unused Hardware
5. Keep Your Antivirus Running and Up to Date
4. Remove Unnecessary Fonts
3. Upgrade Your RAM
2. Give Your Computer a Static IP
1. Install a Solid State Drive