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  1. How to Solve Basic and Complex Maths Problems Using the Firefox Address Bar.

    08.09.2017

    You may or may not already know this but most internet browsers available today allow you to solve basic maths problems and equations simply by typing them into the address bar. This is a super useful tool for quick calculations on the fly, but it doesn’t help much for the more complicated problems you may need to solve quickly. If you are a Firefox user, you now have an option that allows you to solve far more complex equations, find out how here.

  2. How to Change User Account Control Settings on Windows 10. (UAC)

    07.09.2017

    The Windows 10 User Account Control (UAC) service is a security feature that stops apps from making unauthorized changes to your system. It also allows you to prevent accidental settings change from taking place. Sometimes though it can be a pain to work with, especially if you are are working with some of Windows 10’s older legacy apps. Thankfully though, you can adjust the UAC’s settings to receive less notification or simply disable UAC altogether.

  3. How to Share Your Steam Games Library With Friends and Family.

    07.09.2017

    The ability to share your Steam games library has been around for quite some time and is a great way to allow family and friends to share games between each other. This concept might sound a little risky or difficult to set up but it's actually the complete opposite and an official service offered by Steam. So what are you waiting for?

  4. How to Change the Order In Which WiFi Networks Connect in Windows 10.

    06.09.2017

    In the not so distant past, Windows used to allow easy drag and drop WiFi network management. Letting you choose which WiFi networks you wanted to take connection priority. Unfortunately, more recent versions of Windows have moved away from this easy to use feature. This doesn’t mean it isn’t still possible though, the steps in this guide will show you how to prioritize WiFi networks on Windows 10.

  5. How to View Detailed Activity Such as Photos and Videos Liked for Almost Any Facebook User.

    06.09.2017

    Ever wanted to watch or find a video on Facebook but forgot what it was called? So long as you can remember which one of your friends shared or liked it, you can track down the video, as well view any other video a particular Facebook users has liked in the past. In fact, you can find out just about anything, a completely new way to stalk people on Facebook!

  6. How to Set Different Wallpapers/Backgrounds for Each Monitor on Windows 10 Without Third-Party Programs.

    05.09.2017

    There are tons of different programs and apps that allow you to set different wallpapers/backgrounds for each monitor on your Windows 10 computer. What you might not know is that you can actually do it from within Microsoft Windows 10 by default. Without having to download a wallpaper/background manager.

  7. How to Add or Remove Write Protection From a USB Flash Drive.

    05.09.2017

    If you have plugged in a USB flash drive and can’t seem to format it because of write protection, this guide will show you how to remove the write protection. You will also find out how to add write protection to prevent USB Flash drives being formatted easily.

  8. How to Set Different Brightness Levels For Different Apps on Android Device.

    04.09.2017

    Previously, we showed you how to make certain apps immune to Android screen timeout settings, allowing you to set apps to remain on screen indefinitely without the screen turning off. This guide will expand on that by showing you how to set custom brightness levels for specific apps on your Android phone or tablet.

  9. How to Limit the Number of CPU Cores an App or Program Can Use in Windows 10.

    04.09.2017

    The ability to manually assign CPU power to programs and apps isn’t something that is widely known about in Windows 10. Although it isn’t very common, it can be a useful way to increase the performance of specific programs whilst running multiple tasks simultaneously on your computer.

  10. How to Make Apps Exempt From Phone Screen Time Out. (Screen Off Timer)

    01.09.2017

    Ever wanted to make a certain app on your phone immune to sleep? Now you can! Say goodbye to manually adjusting your screen off timer to maximum, just to keep your favorite app continually running.

  11. How to Adjust the Volume Settings of Google Chrome Tabs Individually.

    01.09.2017

    If you like to have a ton of different tabs open in Chrome but don’t want all the website audio to crowd your speakers or headphones, you’re in luck. This guide will show you how to manually adjust the volume settings for each individual tab you have open in Google Chrome.

  12. How to Download Anyone's Instagram Stories. Even Accounts You Don’t Follow.

    31.08.2017

    If you have always wondered if you could download the stories of people you follow on Instagram, wonder no more! There is now a way to download Instagram stories of people you follow and people you don’t follow. The only catch is that you will need a Windows computer to do so. Unfortunately, for the time being, there isn’t a mobile option available.

  13. How to Set Specific Websites to Mute By Default in Google Chrome.

    31.08.2017

    A guide that will teach you how to mute individual websites you have open in Google Chrome. Once muted using this method, the website and all pages you open from its domain will remain muted until you change the setting. Even after restarting your computer.

  14. How to Fix Photoshop Camera Raw Histogram, Colour and Quality Problems.

    30.08.2017

    Photoshop is an invaluable tool for editing, tweaking and creating completely new and original digital artwork. Sometimes though, things can be a little complicated to get your head around as the options and adjustments are seemingly endless. This guide will show you how to fix Image quality and distortion issues when opening Raw files with Camera Raw.

  15. How to Use Instagram's New 'Closest Friends' Feature.

    30.08.2017

    Find out how to use the newly added ‘Closest Friends’ Instagram feature that allows you to share content with a small group of your closest friends.

  16. How to Find Out if Your Computer is Using BIOS or UEFI on Windows 10.

    29.08.2017

    A guide showing you a quick and easy way to find out if your computer uses BIOS or UEFI.

  17. How to Change the File Location, File Size or Disable 'Pagefile' in Windows to Get Back Hard Drive Space.

    29.08.2017

    Learn how to change the file location, file size or completely disable Windows Pagefile.sys. A strange yet interesting component of Windows, associated with memory  (RAM).  In some instances Pagefile.sys may also use a large portion of hard drive space, if you are reaching your limit on storage space, the steps in this guide will show you how to better manage windows Pagefile to get back some wasted HDD space.  

  18. How to Create, Extend, Shrink, or Merge Partitions in Windows.

    28.08.2017

    A guide showing you how to manage your Windows hard drive partitions. Either creating, extending, shrinking or merging any of your available hard drive space. 

  19. How to Create Custom Emojis on Android, iOS and the Web.

    28.08.2017

    A guide that will teach you how to create your own custom, personalized Emojis on Android, iOS and the web.

  20. How to Fix Microsoft OneDrive High CPU Usage Problems in Windows 10.

    25.08.2017

    Troubleshoot Microsoft OneDrive high CPU and RAM usage problems on Windows 10 computers.

  21. How to Disable Location Sharing in Twitter Mobile Apps (Android & iOS)

    25.08.2017

    Learn how to stop Twitter sharing your location whenever your post a tweet. By default, location sharing is disabled on Twitter, however, if you have allowed the app to share your location, even just once it will have now set itself to always on.

  22. How to Enable or Disable AutoPlay in Windows 10.

    24.08.2017

    Learn how to fully customize your Windows 10 autoplay settings, enabling and disabling what you want to play when.

  23. How to Find Out if You Have an Integrated or Dedicated/Discrete GPU. (Windows 7, 8, 10)

    24.08.2017

    Learn how to quickly and easily find out if your Windows 7, 8 or 10 system has an integrated or dedicated/discrete graphics processing unit  (GPU)

  24. How to Find Out and Update Your Computer's BIOS Version on Windows 10.

    23.08.2017

    Checking your computer's BIOS version is something you should make a habit of doing every so often. New BIOS updates are an important way to keep your computer in tip top working order, often fixing small bugs as well as improving system performance and compatibility.

  25. How to View and Erase All the Information Google has Collected About You and Your Usage Over the Years.

    23.08.2017

    We all know Google likes to collect and hoard user usage data, unlike Apple users though, Google account holders have access to all the data collected. This means that as well as being able to view the data, you can also erase it. As it's not commonly advertised and the option is some what hidden, this guide will show you where to find your full Google History and how to manage or erase everything.

  26. How to Set Your WiFi Adapter to Automatically Disable When an Ethernet Cable is Connected. (Windows)

    22.08.2017

    By default, Windows will automatically select a wired ethernet connection over a wireless connection when a cable is connected to your PC. (This is done for quality and speed purposes) Although the WiFi adapter isn’t being used, it continues to run in the background, needlessly draining battery power. This guide will show you how to configure your Windows 10 computer to automatically disable your WiFi Adapter whenever a Wired connection is being used.

  27. How to Quickly Identify the Name and Information of Celebrities, Actors, and Singers You Don't Know.

    22.08.2017

    If you have ever found yourself stuck trying to find out the name of an actor or singer from your new favorite tv show or song, we can help. All you will need is an image of the person in question and an Android smartphone. With these two things, you’ll be able to identify actors, celebrities, and other famous people, as well as find detailed information about their careers and back-story.  

  28. How to Request an Uber From Your Computer (without a smartphone)

    21.08.2017

    A guide showing you how to order an Uber from your computer, no smartphone required. All you’ll need is an Internet connection and Google Chrome browser.

  29. How to Create a ‘Quick Access’ Taskbar Shortcut in Windows 10. (aka Libraries folder)

    21.08.2017

    Learn how to pin the Quick Access folder from My PC to your Windows 10 taskbar, for quick, easy access to your most used files and folders. You may also know this folder as the Libraries folder.

  30. How to Enable Windows Alt+Tab Style View in Mozilla Firefox.

    18.08.2017

    Learn how to Enable another one of Mozilla Firefox’s built-in, yet hidden features, Windows Alt+Tab style, browser tab cycling. This enhancement for the already popular Ctrl+Tab shortcut feature works in the exact same manner as Windows own Alt+Tab window view/switching option does. It's a little hard to describe with words but you'll know exactly what we mean when you see it in action.