Turn Your Desktop into a Slideshow with Windows

Turn Your Desktop into a Slideshow with Windows

Do you get bored of your background quickly or change it based on your mood periodically throughout the day? This week I am going to show you the desktop slideshow feature in Windows that will automatically change the wallpaper at different time intervals. The Desktop Slideshow  To create your slideshow right-click on the desktop and click Properties. Click on Desktop Background located at the bottom of the window. You can now change and add a selection of photos, pictures, logos. You need to hold down the Ctrl button on the keyboard and select each picture you would like to show on the desktop. Once you have picked the backgrounds you want you need to choose the amount of time between changes, you can select from 10 seconds all the way up to a full day. Click the box next to Shuffle to vary them up even more. After you’ve enabled this setting you’ll notice it says Slide Show under Desktop Background. The other way round this is to simply head into the folder with all of your pictures, wallpapers, or photos, select the ones you want and use “Set as desktop background” from the right-click menu. Once you’ve enabled the desktop slideshow, you can skip over to the next wallpaper by simply right-click on the desktop and then use “Next desktop background” from the menu. Now go and Show off some pictures of loved ones, or those wonderful beach or forest shots...
5 really great formulas to save time in Excel

5 really great formulas to save time in Excel

This Week I thought I would do 5 really great formulas that will save you time. So here we go Excel formulas you should definitely know:- 1. SUM The formula looks like this: =SUM(5, 5) or =SUM(A1, B1) or =SUM(A1:B5) The SUM formula does exactly what it says on the tin, allowing you to add 2 or more numbers together or even cell references if you use those lots. The different examples above take you through the options, you can have normal numbers in there separated by commas and it will add them together for you, you can have cell references and as long as there are numbers in those cells it will add them together for you as well, or you can have a range of cells with a colon : in between the 2 cells, and it will add the numbers in all the cells in the range, for example =SUM(A1:B5) 2. COUNT The formula looks like this: =COUNT(A1:A10) This formula is great it counts the number of cells in a range that have numbers in them yes you heard correct only those cell with numbers though. If you want to count other cells check out number 3. 3. COUNTA The formula looks like this: =COUNTA(A1:A10) Now this formula counts the number of non-empty cells in a range. So It will count cells that have numbers and/or any other characters in them the “COUNTA” formula works with all types of data. 4. LEN The formula looks like this: =LEN(A1) Ok with the two above we have counted ranges of cell to see how many is there using...
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