How to Use a Search Engine

How to Use a Search Engine
If you have something in mind or have a question, odds are someone else on the Internet has thought of it before. Whatever you want to know about, you’re bound to find something about it online. How? With search engines. You’ve seen them. They were probably the very first thing you saw on the Web. Google is undoubtedly the front-runner and household name in search engines, but there are many other options like Yahoo!, Ask, and Microsoft’s Bing. How to Use a Search Engine Using search engines is easy. But depending on the kind of information you’re looking for, it may need a little bit of thought to be able to find it. Here’s how to use search engines. Search Engine Use of Keywords Keywords are at the heart of searches. When you want to look up something online, you use terms that describe that thing. Examples of keywords are “beatle george,” “george harrison bio” and “george harrison song lyrics.” All these are typical keywords that a George Harrison fan might use...

What Are the Free Web Browsers?

What Are the Free Web Browsers?
A web browser is a software graphical user interface that allows a user to search and view all content of a website such as text, graphical images, videos and other data. A free or open source web browser is a non-proprietary web browser which can be downloaded and used for free for a limited or unlimited period of time. A Backgrounder on Free Web Browsers It is noteworthy to mention that the earliest popular proprietary web browser Netscape Navigator paved the way for the development of first open source web browsers. Launched in 1994, it remained to be at the top of the users’ list until it was overtaken by the Internet Explorer (IE) beginning 1998. Up until now, IE owes its popularity to the fact that it has been bundled with the Microsoft Operating Systems. As Netscape Navigator’s market share dwindled, this paved the way for the development of other web browsers. The short but eventful launch of Mozilla, the free web browser developed as an offshoot of Netscape’s...

How to Build a See Saw

How to Build a See Saw
The best way to build a see saw is by fusing good design and using the correct procedures. When you have the entire equipment ready, just follow these simple guidelines. Required Tools and Materials Board (2 x 4, 2.2 x 8 and 2 x 10 inches; pressured treated) Drill Window well or steel pipe (1 and ¼ in; galvanized) Jigsaw Stain (the weather resistant type) Circular Saw Spikes Sandpape Setting up the Location The primary consideration will be safety. The area must be clear of any objects that can hit the head as it goes up and down. Add some mulch around the area you chose. This ensures a soft landing. Creating the Fulcrum This is the base where the seats are linked to. Commence to build a see saw by placing galvanized window wells over one another. Insert some spikes to keep it firm in the surface. Ensure that it doesn’t move around or is loose. Creating the Seat Get the 2 x 10 boards. Cut it to 10 ft in length. Drill a hole 1 and ¼ in at the sides and 16 inches on both ends. Insert...

How to Uninstall Windows Live Messenger

How to Uninstall Windows Live Messenger
Windows Live Messenger is a pesky MSN product. It comes pre-installed on Windows Vista installations and is therefore difficult to uninstall. The software’s former title was Windows Messenger, which comes pre-installed on Windows XP installations. This method works to remove either of the two. System Requirements Windows XP or Windows Vista Instructions Press the Windows button on your keyboard, or launch the Start Menu using your cursor. Select the “Run…” option. In the prompted box, enter “RunDll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection %windir%INFmsmsgs.inf,BLC.Remove”. Press the Enter button on your keyboard, or click “OK.” When you are prompted and asked to restart your computer, click “Yes.” Alternatively, you could disable Windows Live Messenger. This allows you to disable Messenger without completely doing away with it. Messenger would remain installed but inactive. You would then have the option of reactivating Messenger later. Further...