How-To

Switching from Mac to Windows? What You Need to Know

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For a long time, Apple users and Windows users kept to their respective sides of the aisle. There was little overlap between the two user bases, but that has started to change.  Many people recognize the ease of use and simple productivity that Apple provides (and many people love the status and image that comes […]

How To Change Your Browser’s User Agent Without Installing An Extension

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The user-agent string is a little-known line of information with a very big impact on how browsers see the web. We recently discussed the benefits of a user-agent switcher and how it can enhance your browsing experience. However, switching your browser’s user agent no longer requires that you install third-party software, such as extensions. Over […]

How to Restore a Deleted Mailbox with PowerShell

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No matter how you accidentally deleted a person’s mailbox in Exchange, you can probably restore it using PowerShell (PoSh). The key is doing it as soon as you realize the mailbox has been deleted.  It’s a heart-jumped-into-my-throat moment when we realize we’ve accidentally done this. If you’ve only deleted a few email messages, we can […]

How To Create a Shared Storage Drive For Dual-Boot Systems

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While it’s possible to access your Linux partitions in Windows, it’s a buggy solution at best. You can’t easily add or change your files without relying on software that’s no longer actively being developed. Rather than risking your files, there’s an obvious solution for most users who need to share files on dual-boot PCs. Instead […]

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 Monitor Your CPU Or GPU In Windows’ System Tray

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For the average desktop or laptop user, keeping track of the health of their CPU and GPU isn’t something that many put consideration towards. Most of us rely on our machine to properly cool and take care of itself through dynamic fan speeds, offloading, and other such technology. However, you’d be surprised what a quick […]

How to Access Linux Partitions in Windows

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If you have a Linux distribution sitting alongside Windows on your PC, you’ll have no problem accessing your Windows drive. NTFS, the default Windows file system, is well supported, and most Linux distros will be able to mount NTFS drives with ease. The same can’t be said for Windows users, however. Common Linux file systems […]

How to Create Your Own Onion Site on Tor

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When looking to remain anonymous while deep-diving through what the dark web has to offer, The Onion Router (Tor), is your safest bet. The Tor browser is a powerful free tool used for browsing the Internet anonymously, where you can discover varying websites utilizing the onion domain.  Anonymity is seemingly fading nowadays with ISPs watching […]

7 Technical SEO Optimization Tips for Any Website

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Are you wondering why your helpful, relevant, and valuable content isn’t ranking well? If you haven’t performed technical SEO optimization for your website, you will continue to struggle. Technical SEO deals with the infrastructure of your website. In summary, there are 7 basic steps to technical SEO optimization of your site if you want to […]

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 […]