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  1. How to View Previous Posts You have Liked in Instagram.

    21.04.2017

    Have you ever wanted to show your friend a picture you liked on Instagram but just can’t find it? Don’t worry it’s probably happened to everyone at some stage. Rather than spending ages checking the profiles of people you think might have posted it, why not track it down the easy way, using the Instagram liked Folder. You’ll be forgiven if you’ve never heard of it before, it’s not in a place you’d generally search.

  2. How to Add a Control Panel Shortcut to the Windows 10 File Explorer.

    21.04.2017

    If you are someone who prefers to use the Windows 10 Control Panel over the new Settings App you are not alone. Tons of long-term, experienced Windows users still prefer the control panel's functionality and comprehensive tool options over the Settings apps simplicity. This guide will show you a super easy way you can add a Control Panel shortcut to your Windows file explorer.

  3. How to Get the Original StarCraft for Free. (Officially)

    20.04.2017

    If you consider yourself a fan of the strategy genre there are a few games you will know very well, and not many are more popular than StarCraft. Now the original game is available for download, for Free! And best of all it even comes with the Brood War expansion. 

  4. How to Stop Android Devices Geotagging Photos with Location Coordinates.

    20.04.2017

    We recently wrote an article detailing the steps required to remove Metadata from photos. Information such as your name, copyright information, location etc. After receiving plenty questions asking how to prevent certain data being saved to images, we have decided to do a follow-up article showing you how to stop your Android Phone/Tablet automatically Geotagging your pictures with the Location they were taken.

  5. Four Ways to Increase FPS in PC Games.

    19.04.2017

    Gaming on PC is a completely different experience to console, with games generally being made to higher benchmarks, rather than being made to match the performance capability of a specific console. So if your gaming rig is starting to show a little age and just doesn’t quite perform like it used to, there are a few steps you can take to hopefully give it a little boost and gain a few Frames Per Second. 

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