Determine Windows Version, i.e. 32-bit or 64-bit

how to determine Windows versionA window is an operating system developed by Microsoft. It is a separate viewing area on a computer that allows users to operate the system. Window size can be changed according to user preferences. It can be minimized, maximized, and closed. Do you know in which version your Windows operating system is running? Have you ever tried to determine Windows version in your system? Continue reading

Remove Outlook Duplicates using Outlook Duplicate Removal

how to remove Outlook duplicatesBeing an Outlook user, it’s a very common situation to have duplicate items in the form of email messages, contacts, calendar entries, tasks, notes as well as attachments in Outlook data files. These duplicate items may cause some serious problems, such as: Outlook email client application will start slow down in performance, having multiple copies of same item may cause great confusion or disorder Continue reading

Merge NSF Files using Advanced NSF Merge™ Tool

how to merge NSF filesHaving multiple files in a computer system is always difficult to manage. Anything can happen with the files, for example: they may get accidentally deleted, corruption may occur with them, they may get misplaced sometimes, etc. If you have multiple NSF database files on your system, you can merge them into a single file for ease for access and better manageability. You can try smart NSF Merge™ tool of  Continue reading

How to Add PST to Outlook using Manual Trick?

how to import PST to OutlookBeing an Outlook user, you must know about PST or personal storage table. It is an Outlook data file which is created to store the mailbox data, such as: email messages, calendars, contacts, tasks, notes, journals, attachments, etc. You are required to configure at least one email account (no maximum limit) to use Microsoft Outlook email client. Each email account which is configured with Outlook, has its own PST file. Continue reading

How to Perform Conversion of EML to PST Format?

how to convert EML to PST formatIf you are planning to switch from Windows Live Mail to Microsoft Outlook, you will need to convert your EML files into PST format in order to access them in Outlook. Only MS Outlook 2013 supports EML files and can open them. But MS Outlook 2010 and its earlier versions do not support EML format. There are two things which you can do for accessing the EML files in Outlook.  Continue reading

How to Import Mailbox Data from Exchange to Lotus Notes?

Import Mailbox Data from Exchange to Lotus NotesHave you configured your Outlook with Microsoft Exchange Server? All your email messages and other mailbox data are stored into EDB (exchange database) files. Sometimes you may need to switch your email client. For example: you are using Microsoft Outlook with Exchange Server in your company. Within a week, you are going to switch from this company to a new organization where you will need to use IBM Lotus Notes. Continue reading

How to Convert MBOX to NSF Format?

convert MBOX to NSF formatSometimes you may require switching from one email client to another due to personal or official reason. For e.g. you were using AppleMail in your previous organization. But now you have moved to a new company where IBM Lotus Notes is used. As all there use Lotus Notes, you are also asked to use the same email client. You have very crucial emails and other mailbox data in the MBOX files which were used by your email client, Continue reading

How does PST to NSF Converter Work?

convert PST to NSF formatMicrosoft Outlook, commonly used e-mail messaging platform contains numerous types of data files. Microsoft’s Outlook application is the most popular among home users as well as business users. Outlook file is also known as PST files which include contacts, email messages, calendar info, tasks list, notes, etc. Sometimes there is a need to change your email application to IBM Lotus Notes due to migration of  Continue reading

Setting up Wireless Network in Ad-Hoc Mode

Ad-Moc mode wireless networkDevices in 802.11 network structure are connected to each other and are able to communicate with each other without using access points. Similarly, Ad-Hoc mode is also based on peer-to-peer mode of configuration. Ad-Hoc mode creates a network in which services of wireless base are not required. Ad-Hoc mode is also known as IBSS (Independent Basic Service Set). Continue reading

Share files Quickly: Peer To Peer File Sharing

peer to peer sharingAre you a download freak? If we say that file sharing is an integral part of everyone’s daily life. The scenarios we are surrounded with, justifies it all very easily. In our daily lives, we keep on sharing files, be it using any method. Bluetooth, WiFi, wired, email attachments or cloud storage. But these things are easily done when the size of the file you are sharing is small. But if there is a 1 GB file transfer over web, we need peer to peer file sharing. Continue reading