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Monthly Archives: March 2017


Tips to Pick Video Editing Software

– First off, know what those needs are. For many, you simply want to take your home movie of the family vacation and edit it out. But, if you want to do additional things to it, you will likely need to insure that those features are available to you in whichever product you choose to purchase.

– You will also want to make sure that the video editing software that you choose, works on your computer as well as with your digital devices such as your mobile phones, your video camera, and your digital camera. These things will matter in what you can use the editing software for.

– Go ahead and check out the bells and whistles that these things have. You will be impressed by how many various types of editing you can do. For example, you can dub over sound, you can cut and add in graphics, and you can take everything out of order without running the original pieces.

– You will want to look for quality as well as user friendliness. The more able you are to use the editing software, the more often you will use it.

Video editing has come a long way and features huge amounts of features that you just have to take advantage of. More than likely, it will continue to grow as well!



Ergonomically Correct Mice And Keyboards Benefits

The type of injuries found on those working on a computer can be found in different places – in areas like the hands, wrists, arms, back, etc. These repeated stress injuries get worse over time because many people don’t know what’s causing them, they don’t understand what ergonomics is and they don’t do anything about it until the injury has become a permanent fixture of pain.

This is where having the proper workplace equipment can play its role and the benefits of using ergonomically correct mice and keyboards makes a real difference. By finding office products that are ergonomically correct, you can have the peace of mind that goes with knowing you are using the proper equipment to avoid any office-related repetitive stress injuries.

Items that can assist in developing a more ergonomically friendly workplace are:

-Arm Supports


-Cursor Controls

-Zero Tension Mice

-Keypads and more

Finding the ergonomically correct items for your office will not only help to stave off stress injuries, but will also add to the efficiency of your office environment. You will be relaxed, in proper position and instead of being focused on how uncomfortable you are you can simply concentrate on the work tasks at hand.

For those who use a mouse for much of the day, an arm support is just the thing to support your arm and your shoulder while you are working. For instance, a proper arm support alleviates stress on your spine and allows you to keep your wrist aligned. The benefit of using an arm support is that you are able to be just as efficient, while keeping everything aligned correctly and avoiding the strains that cause things like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or Repetitive Stress Injury.

The benefit of using an ergonomic keyboard is that for those who do a lot of typing in their workplace environment, the right keyboard can lessen the stress put on the wrist and hand when typing. A keyboard with wider margin of space will keep the hands in a more natural position. A keyboard that utilizes a split design does away with any twisting of the wrist and tilted keys and pads can help to minimize any tension in the hand/wrist area.

Another beneficial, ergonomically correct product is an ergonomically correct dream mouse. A mouse with a grip-less design lifts the pressure of having to grip a mouse all day and it means that your hand and wrist are supported at all times, no matter how you move the mouse. Another mouse that would work for an ergonomically correct workstation is a zero-tension mouse. A zero-tension mouse provides the user with a comfortable working environment with a design that offers a scroll wheel button, right and left mouse button. A zero-tension mouse works for small and medium hands and is the perfect complement to an ergonomic keyboard.

The benefits of using ergonomically correct mice and keyboards and other workplace equipment can be measured by:

– How comfortable you are when working

– How efficient you are able to be when using office equipment

– How the various types of equipment affect your overall body, not just hands or arms, but back, legs, neck, etc.

– The number of workplace incidences involving Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and/or Repetitive Stress Injury

Finally, there are a number of items that you can use to assist in building a workspace that is as ergonomically correct as possible. By utilizing keyboards, mice, arm support and more, you can avoid dealing with multiple instances of stress syndromes around the target areas – wrists, hands, back – that are most vulnerable when working in an ergonomically incorrect environment.



About Sleep and Hibernate Setting on Your Computer

Let’s say you’re going to lunch, a meeting, or going to run some errands, but will be coming back to use your computer in a few hours. You might want to turn your computer off so it doesn’t waste electricity, but your “computer guy” (or girl) told you it’s dangerous to turn your computer on and off all the time, so what do you do? This would be a perfect time to use the “sleep mode” on your computer. When you tell your computer to go to sleep, it turns off the monitor, stops the disk drives and saves its current state into memory. When you return, just touch your mouse or keyboard and your computer quickly wakes up, and you’re exactly where you left off.

What if you’re going to be away from your computer for a longer period of time but will be coming back relatively soon? This is when you should use the hibernate mode. Think of hibernate is a deeper state of sleep. In hibernate mode your monitor is shut off, hard disks are stopped and your state is saved. A major difference between sleep and hibernate is power consumption. In sleep mode your computer is in a very low power state, and can wake up quickly. In hibernate mode your computer isn’t using any power so it takes longer to warm up.

Some other tips you should keep in mind are always save your existing work before going into sleep or hibernate modes. Occasionally the computer will fail to wake up and you will lose any unsaved data. Laptop owners should also remember sleep uses power and will eventually drain the battery.