It’s no secret that the vast majority of home printers today are inkjet printers. And no wonder: the cheapest inkjet printer costs 3 times less than the cheapest laser printer. True, there is one “but”. The cost of inkjet printing is much more. And the cartridges run out very quickly – you won’t have time to look back. But they are … In general, no money is not enough. What to do? Do you really have to buy a laser printer?
In fact, not everything is so bad: it is possible to significantly reduce the cost of maintaining the printer. To do this, you just have to learn how to refill cartridges yourself. Here is an example. The cost of a Continue reading
Many computer users probably faced the task when it was necessary to take a screenshot (“photos” of the screen). Often, for these purposes, special programs are used that have wide capabilities, but in most cases, you can do with the built-in Windows tools.
To do this, the keyboard has a special key – Print Screen (PrtScn), most often located in the upper right corner of the keyboard. You can use it in two ways:
Simply, when you click Print Screen, the entire screen will be “photographed”.
Pressing the Alt + Print Screen combination will take a screenshot of the currently active window. Continue reading
Method number 1. Move the folder “My Documents” to drive D.
You can make the standard user’s folder “My Documents” a repository of information on disk D – this is very convenient to use. By default, this folder is located on drive C. The move must be done correctly, as follows. Right-click on the “My Documents” icon (on the desktop), select “Properties”. Go to the tab “Destination Folder”, it shows the location of the destination folder. Press the “Move” button, a window will appear in which you need to select drive D and create a folder with any name in it (I recommend the name Documents, because a folder with that name will have 100% easy access from any file manager and Continue reading