Archive | Windows RSS feed for this archive

Copy iTunes music between libraries-Mac or PC

If you have ever wanted to get a copy of an album or track from another iTunes library, you can do it quickly and easily. There are other ways to export or transfer your entire library but I will be specifically dealing with Albums and tracks. For the sake of  this tutorial I will take […]

1 Comment Continue Reading →

How to Share Apps, Books and Music between all of your idevices

This is an easy way to get your content on multiple devices with out syncing to iTunes. This feature was added on firmware update 4.3.3. If you have made a purchase of Music, books or even Apps from the app Store you can download those items between all or any of your iDevices. For example, if […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Make your own ringtones in iTunes for FREE

Why pay .99 to $1.29 for a ringtone when you can make it for free! Here is how to make either a ringtone or an alert tone (iOS 5 only) from a song that’s already in your iTunes library for your idevice. They both are made the same way and the only difference is the […]

6 Comments Continue Reading →

Connect your iDevice with an HP photosmart printer

Setting up your HP printer doesn’t have to be a challenge. With just a few steps and a little patience you can be up and running sooner that you think. The model I will directly be dealing with here will be the D110 and is a wireless networked printer. This is the lower line model […]

1 Comment Continue Reading →

How to add missing iTunes album art

If you don’t stay on top of organizing your library you can get it back on track with the help of a couple of sites and some dedicated time. If your library is just a complete mess you can use a program called rinse. It’s free download and comes with a free trial. This program […]

4 Comments Continue Reading →

How to Install SSD for Windows 7

This is an instructional on how to install a SSD (solid state drive) on a win7 machine. In this instructional we will be setting up your machine using the AHCI (Advanced Host Controller Interface) to take advantage of both trim as well as the hot swapping ability of SATA ports. This will also enable Windows […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →