Are the @ & ” Keys Swapped On Windows 10? – How To Fix It

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If your @ and ” keys have swapped on Windows 10, you’re probably wondering what has happened and how you can fix it.  It can be a frustrating issue to deal with, especially if it seemingly swaps back and forth between keys randomly. Sometimes it can be confusing to even know how to get your […]

How To Create Your Own Font

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Fonts are all over the web, in documents you use for work and school, and embedded in every program and app. The type of font you use can be a determining factor in whether people read your content or dismiss it right away because it’s too hard to follow along. You can make your own […]

How To Bulk-Convert Outlook PST Files Into Another Format

by File in: Office Tips

A PST file is used by Microsoft Outlook to store an email account’s data, including all the messages, contacts, file attachments, and more. You can convert a PST file to save your emails in a different format, one that’s perhaps easier to use in other programs. When you convert a PST file, your emails will […]

How To Make a Torrent File

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Torrents are one of the most popular ways to share files online. If you make your own torrent file, you let other people download files directly from your computer. This is way more efficient in some cases than first uploading the files to an online data storage site and then offering the download there. You […]

How To Merge Multiple Audio Files Into One

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When you merge audio files, you’re combining them so multiple files will exist as a single audio file. There are both online audio joining sites and offline audio merging software programs you can use. You might want to merge two or more songs if you’re making a playlist and you want them to play one […]

How To Use Firefox Private Network To Protect Yourself Online

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Firefox Private Network is an extension for the Firefox browser that aims to protect you from hackers and trackers. You can use it on your home computer but it’s especially useful on a laptop that uses public Wi-Fi networks. Most web browsers don’t include built-in protection from hackers; you normally have to rely on third-party […]

How to Tell If Your Computer is Being Monitored

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Knowing that someone is monitoring your computer is pretty scary, but it’s perhaps even scarier not knowing how to tell if it’s even happening. But it does happen, and could very well happen to you too if you’re not actively blocking it. If someone is monitoring your computer, they might have been doing so for […]

How to Edit the Hosts File in Windows

by File in: Windows 7

The hosts file is a text-based file located in the same place in all modern Windows versions. Most people don’t ever need to get into it, but if you do, you’ll need to know how to open and edit the hosts file. However, in some versions of Windows, editing the hosts file directly isn’t allowed. […]

Why Microsoft Edge May Be The Best Browser For Your Smartphone

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The Edge app is a free web browser from Microsoft that runs on Android and iOS. It’s speedy, shares a lot of the features you’d expect in a browser app, and is fairly easy to use. However, there are also some really unique features that you won’t find in other smartphone browser apps. Is Edge […]

Gaming On Ubuntu Linux – Is It Any Good?

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Let’s face it, while there are many fine operating system choices available for PC users, if you’re a gamer the choice is clear – Microsoft Windows. Since Windows is still the most popular operating system by far, it makes sense that game developers focus their time and energy on creating software for the platform that […]