How to Install and Uninstall Chrome Extensions

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Google Chrome extensions can be super helpful and entertaining; just take a look at these awesome Chrome extensions for a few examples. But how do you get them, and maybe more importantly, how do you uninstall extensions you don’t want or need? Below is a full tutorial on how to install Chrome extensions. There are […]

SD Card Can’t Be Read? Here’s How to Fix It

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Having trouble with your SD card? SD cards can fail for many reasons. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to remedy the issue. Here are some of the things you can do to get your SD card back in working condition. Check the Card Reader You’ve been putting the blame on your SD card. […]

Using PowerShell for Home Users – A Beginner’s Guide

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Who doesn’t wish they could be a wizard and utter a few words to have magical things happen? Well, we’re not able to show you how to be a wizard, but we can show you how to do a little computer magic. If you’ve got a Windows computer with Windows 7 on it, you’ve got […]

Disable Adobe Flash On Your PC & Why You Would Want To

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If you haven’t done it already, you should be disabling Flash on your computer. Although it is run by the trusted Adobe, it is nevertheless an outdated and unsafe piece of software. Adobe Flash is something which used to be absolutely essential for things like watching online videos (such as YouTube) and playing online games. […]

Create Custom Keyboard Shortcuts for Anything in Windows 10

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Want to know how to create keyboard shortcuts to do anything on Windows 10? This guide will help. Surprisingly, it’s quite easy to create a quick keybind that can open programs, perform repeatable tasks, and speed up your workflow. I’ll suggest a number of different options you can use to make keyboard shortcuts and provide […]

Find the WiFi Password in Windows 10 Using CMD

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Did you forget one of your WiFi passwords? Do you need access to it right away? Using the command prompt (CMD), you can see a list of every wireless network your computer has ever connected to and their passwords. This article details how you can find out the WiFi password or change WiFi settings using […]

Change to Landscape Orientation in Google Docs

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There’s no doubt that portrait orientation is the way to view the vast majority of documents on the web. It’s how we’ve always read books and browsed websites. You’re reading this post in portrait orientation now, right? However, in fringe cases where you’re trying to format a document to be wider than it is tall, […]

What Does End of Life Mean for Software and Should You Care?

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Before we begin, understand that this article also addresses operating systems (OS), specifically Windows, but the principles could apply to any software, app, or OS. When you hear or get notification that your software is nearing End of Life  (EOL), it’s a bit disconcerting. It sounds so final, as though your software is just going […]

Two Transcription Tools for Transforming Audio into Text

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As the digital age progresses, content creation continues to be vitally important. In particular, video production continues to grow in importance– both for individuals striving to rise as influencers in a world that revolves around social media and for the 63% of businesses now leveraging video and, of that slice, the 82% finding it to […]

10 Excel Tips and Tricks for 2019

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In this article, I’ll be covering 10 Excel tips that you can use to boost productivity and make your work life easier. Make sure you read through the entire list so that you can find the tips that will be most useful to you. I’ll be jumping straight into the action below. Make sure you […]