There are so many fonts out there – but it seems you have to pay for all the good ones. Put your credit card away and enjoy these free fonts. Available to you are many more sets – linked below.
Archive for April, 2009
- Windows Vista
- Windows XP
- Windows 7
- Application Reviews
- Windows 8
Recently, I showed you how to write a simple VBScript that takes input by text converts it into speech.this script proved to be quite popular and attracted over 180,000 visitors.
Windows Guides reader Harry was inspired by this post and kindly made a tool for all Windows Guides readers. This tool performs the same functions as the original script provided but also gives you a nice graphical user interface to work with when you want your computer to speak back to you. Having your computer speech you can be a lot of fun and now this tool is available to all readers to play around with. In some parts of the world, it still April Fools’ Day– maybe you can think of some fun things you can do with this nifty little program.
You can download this tool for free below:
|text-to-speech.exe||1.0.1||April 1, 2009||Download (72 KB)|
|text-to-speech.zip||1.0.1||April 1, 2009||Download (24 KB)|
Thank you Harry.
Windows Tools, Help & Guides in accociation with Windows Talk and MyWindowsPC is giving away 6 copies of ESET Smart Security Suite (worth $59.99)
To win, simply do the following:
- Visit Windows Talk (Optional but highly recommended)
- Join MyWindowsPC
- Make lots of friends and be in the top 6 popular people on the site.
The competition will end on Sunday, April 12, 2009 at 5PM MDT. Then, the top six members will be contacted by email (yeah I’m in the top six right now, but I’m not eligible to win my own prize :))
There will be more competitions in the future for active members on MyWindowsPC, so get a head start now!
MyWindowsPC member, April Daly, offers the following advice:
If you are having trouble with some websites not displaying properly, this guide is for you. Because there are so many ways to render web pages and so many different ways people create them, there are often problems with displaying websites in different browsers. Internet Explorer 8 is no exception to this rule. In fact, Microsoft has built IE8 in a way that ensures websites display properly if they are compliant with W3C standards. For now, many websites may not display properly, because they were built around older, non-compliant code. In this guide, you will learn how to run IE 8 in compatibility mode, which overcomes this problem.