PowerToys For Windows 10 & How To Use Them

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Besides having the coolest name for system utilities ever, PowerToys have a long history with Windows. PowerToys for Windows made their debut back in Windows 95 to aid in the […]

How To Connect a Computer To a Mobile Hotspot

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WiFi is almost as basic a need as electricity – you tend to notice its existence when it’s not working – and then panic sets in. If you’re stuck in […]

How To Fix The “DNS Server Unavailable” Error

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The Domain Name System (DNS) server is where all of the domain names for the sites you’ve visited are stored. When searching a domain name in a web browser, it […]

Block Websites From Your Router or Using DNS

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The internet is chock full of content, but not all of it is wholesome for general consumption by all. Thankfully, you can block certain websites to ensure no one accesses […]

View Word Documents in Full-Screen Mode

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Full screen mode used to exist in the really old versions of Microsoft Word. It allowed you to use up the entire screen of your computer to view your documents. […]

How to See/Find All Your Likes on Facebook

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If you’re an avid Facebook user, you probably like dozens of posts each day from your profile on the site. By liking a post, you’re actually telling the author of […]

How To Sort Gmail By Sender, Subject, Or Label

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If you have an active email account, you most likely receive hundreds of messages from people vying for your attention in your inbox. Consequently, sifting through each new email to […]

Can A Tablet Truly Replace a Desktop Computer Or Laptop?

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It’s not a stretch to say that laptops have virtually killed off desktop computers. Thanks to big price drops and performance on-par with non-mobile computers, for most people it makes […]

5 Free Tools to Create Professional Infographics

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many is an infographic worth? Infographics have both words and pictures, so they represent the best of both worlds. If you […]

Accessing Local Files and Folders on Remote Desktop Session

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The Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) feature of Windows allows you to remotely view and control remote Windows desktops. Sharing resources between your local and remote PC can be tricky, but […]