The latest version of Microsoft Office comes in 32-bit and 64-bit flavours. It’d be natural to assume that if you have a 64-bit computer running a 64-bit version of Windows then you should install the 64-bit version of Office 2010. Not so. You’re almost certainly better off using the 32-bit version.
That’s because Microsoft has included little in the 64-bit version that you won’t find in the 32-bit version, with two exceptions…
Apple has just released a new version of its web browser, Safari. Apple claims it’s the fastest browser around, but then Opera makes that claim, too, and Google’s Chrome 5 is certainly a contender for the title. Whether Safari is the fastest browser is not particularly important. Each of these browsers is fast – certainly [...]
For years, Microsoft has been including a web browser known as Internet Explorer with Windows. Windows 7 shipped with version 8 of Internet Explorer, better known as IE 8. Many people settle for using Internet Explorer simply because it’s supplied with Windows, but it is by no means the best web browser available. You’ll find [...]
In the previous tutorial I discussed some guidelines for creating data entry screens that are easy to use. In this tutorial, we’ll put those guidelines into action by refining the membership database we introduced in part two of this series. I’ll step through the process in Microsoft Access 2000 and Microsoft Access 2010. If you’re [...]