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How to Record PS4 Gameplay in HD, Upload to PC, and Edit for Free

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In this guide, we’ll be explaining how you can record high quality PS4 gameplay, upload it to your PC in the highest quality possible, and then edit it for free, making it ready for YouTube, Instagram, or anywhere else. To begin with, we will take a look at the software and hardware you will need […]

How To Install a Test Version Of WordPress On Your Computer

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One of my personality traits that drive people absolutely crazy is that I am never satisfied with anything. If I am building something like a website, I may like the end result but a couple of days later I will look at it, hate the sight of it, and nuke the whole lot. Let’s just […]

Stop a Website from Sending Notifications in Chrome

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Google Chrome has practically been universally accepted as the best browser for desktop and laptop users. If you were around 10 years ago, shortly after Chrome’s release, that was still Firefox’s throne. If we go back 10 more years, Internet Explorer was beating out Netscape. How quickly things change, right? Turning the clock back, browsers […]

How to Stop Personalized Ads and Search Results in Google and Facebook

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We live in a world where our data and personal interests are the most valuable thing. Whilst it can be hard to completely eradicate websites and services from tracking your history and building an advertising profile for you, there are still methods to stop or minimize personalized ads and search results. In this guide, we’ll […]

Mark all Your Gmail Messages as “Read” in One Go

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Gmail has become the primary email service for more than a billion people worldwide. That’s a lot of people who need a good mail interface and powerful mail management. The good news is that Gmail is filled with tips and tricks that let power users quickly manage thousands of messages with ease. All it takes […]

Flash Going in 2020 – Here’s How To Download Flash Games to Play Forever

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In this article, we take a look at how you can download Flash games to play offline so that you can still play them after the takedown of Adobe Flash Player in 2020. We’ll offer a step by step guide to help you download and play these games once downloaded. The entire process is very […]

How to Convert an ODT File to Word the Easy Way

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OpenOffice is a free open-source software suite that includes Writer, an alternative to Microsoft Word. While Writer works incredibly well, it saves files in OpenDocument Text (.ODT) format. It shouldn’t be a problem except when you need to open files in Microsoft Word. If you have Word 2010 or newer, an .ODT file will open […]

Retrieve Excel Data From a Web Page Directly

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Excel is an incredibly powerful piece of software that can do almost any mathematical or logical calculations you could want. Excel gurus can create spreadsheets that automate complex processes, essential for many businesses to operate well. The only problem is that data entry can be a bit of a chore and a major time sink. […]

How to Password Protect a USB Flash Drive

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We’ve come at a point when flash drives are not only portable, they’re also able to hold a lot of data. That makes them ideal for professionals who are always on the go. But before you store valuable information in your USB drive, you should learn how to secure it. This would prevent thieves from […]

How to Send Files Too Big for Email

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Are those files you’re sending too big for an email? Maybe you tried text and that didn’t work either. Fortunately, there are lots of ways to send large files to people over the internet, and most are even free. Maybe it’s vacation photos you want to send to a friend, home movies that your uncle […]