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 […]

How To Disable Reserved Storage On Windows 10

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Windows 10 was released back in 2015, and with regular updates and new features, Microsoft continues to improve the user experience for Windows users. The problem with regular updates is […]

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 […]

The 3 Best Open-Source Video Editors

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Video editing software can be divided into two basic categories – closed-source and open-source. Closed source is the normal video editor that offers all the basic functionalities like cropping, rendering […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

What to Do When Your USB Drive Is Not Showing Up

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USB is an extensively adopted technology that allows us to plug lots of devices into our computers every day. Although it’s quite easy to set up, sometimes it’s not all […]

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 […]

USB Cable Types Explained – Versions, Ports, Speeds, and Power

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No one in their right mind could argue that the advent of USB was a bad thing. Before we first got the now-iconic USB port, the world was filled with […]