How-To

How to Migrate a Firefox Profile the Right Way

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So you’ve scored a new Windows machine. Congratulations! But now comes the annoying bit: Firefox profile migration. You’re now tasked with migrating your web browser profile to your new computer. Where do you even begin, right? Well, there’s no need to worry. It’s not as complicated as you might think. In this post, you’ll learn […]

Quickly Remove Background Noise in Your Recordings with Audacity

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The secret to making great audio recordings isn’t all that secret after all. All you have to do is record in a good acoustic environment, use a decent microphone, adjust recording levels properly and set up the mic at the right distance and angle. Sure, you have to do some research on what the right […]

How to Convert WEBP and HEIC Files into Usable Formats

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WEBP and HEIC files are used on the web or on mobiles for better file size compression without impacting the quality of the image too heavily. The trouble is, if you want to edit or use one of these files elsewhere, you will run into problems. Most software will not recognize these files, which means […]

How to Find NTP Server in a Domain to Sync All PCs

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To keep all PCs synchronized, updating the internet time will help you pull it off. And to do that, you need to find the NTP (Network Time Protocol) server first. Windows’ Command Prompt will get you there. And if you don’t know where to begin, don’t worry. In this post, you’ll learn what you need […]

How to Use an Elgato HD60S with a Laptop to Record or Stream Console Gameplay

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The Elgato HD60S is an external capture card that can be used to record or stream console gameplay via a PC. Whilst many capture cards slot into the PCI-E slot of your PC, the HD60S is external, which means you can use your laptop. In this guide, we’ll explain how you can use an Elgato […]

How to Check the Performance of Your PC and Speed It Up

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So your PC is running slower than usual. What can you do about it? You’d be surprised by the number of factors that contribute to a computer’s sluggishness. To really dial in on the cause, you’re going to need to run diagnostics. This is the only way you’ll get to the root of the problem. […]

How To Restore Accidentally Deleted Digital Files

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We’ve all done it. We’ve sat there deleting files on our computer and our finger forgot to stop tapping the mouse. Pretty soon, we’ve discovered that we’ve deleted more than we meant to and those important work files or family pictures are now gone. Is it time to cry? Time for a stiff drink? Well […]

9 Tips for Better Privacy on Facebook

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Staying private on Facebook is important. It’s the biggest social media site around, and billions of people worldwide have access to your information if it’s public. If you’re not sure how to navigate the privacy settings or what they all mean, accidentally posting something you wanted to remain hidden, or sharing the wrong item, becomes […]

How to Use Handbrake to Convert MKV to MP4

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If you frequently download videos, then you’re probably no stranger to the MKV file format. It also means you’re familiar with its quirks. As much as a blessing MKV is to some users, there are those who just can’t seem to play their videos after opening the file. This results in users converting their MKV […]

How To Transfer a WordPress.com Website To WordPress.Org

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Today on “Mark’s Free Tech Support”, someone has asked me how to transfer a free WordPress.com website over to a paid WordPress.org installation. Why, it’s easy as pie and I will show you why. WordPress.com is when WordPress gives you some free hosting space to launch a basic website with and help you start your […]