Thursday, March 23, 2017


How to create a vCard

Use the following steps to create a vCard:
In a Contact folder, click to select the contact for which you want a vCard.
On the File menu, click Save As.
In the Save file as type box, click to select VCARD Files (*.vcf).
In the Save In box, select the folder where you want to save the vCard file, and then click Save.
This creates a vCard file with the same name as that of the Contact.
How to distribute a vCard

You can distribute a vCard file as you distribute any other computer file. 

To do this:
Open a new message and address it to the recipient.
On the Insert menu, click File.
Click to select a vCard (.vcf) file, and then click OK.
NOTE: If you want to include Notes with your vCard, you must insert the .vcf file. If the .vcf is attached to your signature, the Notes field (and other fields) are removed prior from the vCard.
How to automatically process a vCard

With Outlook, you can automatically convert a vCard that was received from an external source to an Outlook Contact record. If the vCard arrives as an e-mail attachment, you can double-click the vCard attachment and then click
Save And Close to add it to your default Contact folder. Alternatively, you can create a Contact from a vCard by dragging it to the Contacts folder.

If you receive the vCard in the form of a file on a disk, you can import it into your default Contact folder by using the Outlook "Import and Export Wizard." To do this, follow these steps:
On the File menu, click Import And Export.
Click to select the Import a vCard file (*.vcf) check box, and then click Next.
Click to select the vCard file, and then click Open.
The vCard data is used to create a Contact record in your default Contacts folder.
How to store a vCard in a secondary contacts folder

If you import a vCard file, or if you open and then save a vCard file, it is placed directly into your default Contacts folder in the default message store.

To store the vCard in a Contacts folder other than the default, you can drag the vCard file to the secondary folder or first import it into the default Contacts folder, and copy it to the secondary folder.

Friday, May 29, 2015

New tab opens with chrome://quick_start/content/index.html on the adress bar


                            There's a hidden setting for what appears on new tabs, which you can edit as follows:

(1) In a new tab, type or paste about:config in the address bar and press Enter

(2) In the search box above the list, type or paste newtab and pause while the list is filtered

(3) Double-click the browser.newtab.url preference and enter your preferred page:

    Page thumbnails (default) => about:newtab
    Blank tab => about:blank
    Built-in Firefox home page => about:home
    Any other page => full URL to the page

Press Ctrl+t to open a new tab and verify that it worked.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Application icons and extension changed to .LNK

 Application icons and extension changed to .LNK

1.            Click run command then type regedit and press ENTER.
2.            Navigate to the following registry branch: 


Replace the [ext] with the actual file extension that you want to restore its file type association to revert back to original Windows 7 default (probably .lnk).

If you unsure, simply browse through all the sub-key under File Extensions.

3.            Delete the sub-key named UserChoice.
4.            Exit from Registry Editor.
5.            Restart the system