How To Help Our Team


If you are one of the many readers who are very happy with the content we provide, you might want to know that there are many ways you can say "Thank You!". In this short blog post, I will give you a few suggestions on how you can help the editorial team. As you will see, there are many ways in which you can chip in. Some of them will require only a few seconds of your time.


Blog About Our Articles

If you discovered on our site a very useful tutorial, don't hesitate to blog about it and refer it to other people. By doing this, you will help both our team and your readers: our articles will be more popular and they will be found more easily by people who will benefit from reading them. As we all know, nothing is as powerful as word of mouth.



Bookmark Our Site

Don't hesitate to bookmark our site on any of the bookmarking services (social or not) you are using.
By bookmarking our articles, other people will read them and increase their popularity. We will always welcome & appreciate new visitors.



Share Ideas for Future Tutorials or Write With Us

Even though we have published good tutorials so far, we will always welcome your ideas on what to write next. You can easily do this by leaving a comment at the end of this article or by sending us an e-mail at webmaster at[@] wintuts dot[.] com. All good ideas will be taken into consideration when deciding what to write next.

Also, if you are good at writing tutorials, you can always join our team. All you need to do is to contact us on the e-mail provided above.



Comments

Sorry

We cannot. As that tutorial was done using the account details of a friend of ours. We don't have a Yahoo Mail Plus account ourselves and that person can no longer help us remake all the screenshots.

The first thing I'd like to

The first thing I'd like to have on my Vista is.. I want to be able o start any program. I've heard that in windows 7 you can start any program just letting them start as if they on xp or vista. If you solve this problem that would be great. Thank you in advance

Windows Mail and Yahoo Plus!

I think it might be helpful to add that if you have a Yahoo Plus Mail account and use a Yahoo email address that ends in @ymail.com or @rocketmail.com, you must include these lines in the email username box under 'Servers' in the account setup. This is due to the inconvenient fact that when logging into the Yahoo mail page, you cannot just enter your username without the @...com like you can if you have a @yahoo.com address. I wrestled with this problem for a while, until I tried it with the full email address and it worked perfectly after that.

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