How to Get Back the Familiar Windows 7 Personalization UI in Windows 10


Windows 10 has changed a lot of things when it comes to internal settings and user interface. While some of the changes like the Start Menu and dropping Charms bar are highly admired by the users, there are many changes users are still not able to cope with. You can take the Windows Personalization Screen from […]

How to Delete Viewing or Rating History on Netflix


So you want to get rid of your viewing history on Netflix, huh? Not too proud of some of the titles you chose to stream, or just don’t want other members on your account knowing your business? We’ve all been there. It’s actually deceptively easy to get rid of your Netflix history, or specific titles […]

Configure your Chromebook to be the Ultimate Study Aid

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Chromebooks are popular laptops for students to write papers and do research. They can also help you study for your next test. Here are a few extensions and apps to help you out. Quizlet If you use multiple devices to study, Quizlet lets you access study guides for free on any device. It doesn’t work […]

How to Save 50% Bandwidth Watching YouTube and Browsing on Android Using Opera Max

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Let’s just face it, not all of us live in areas where the internet connection is stable and you’ve got plenty of data needs for everything you want to do. Yeah, it’s a problem if you’re living in rural areas but it’s not like the urban cities are that much better. Thanks to congestion, you […]

Upgrade to Windows 10 using the Media Creation Tool

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Windows 10 has finally rolled out and a lot of users are already on it. While the upgrade process has been going on smoothly, with as many as 14 million users switching to the new OS, there is still some confusion regarding the process. Microsoft hasn’t been very clear regarding the hows and whats of the […]

Metal is a Memory Friendly, Material Design Facebook Alternative for Android


So let’s talk about the Facebook app for Android today. The app gets regular updates in every two weeks and I must say that they have come a far way and have managed to provide a streamlined experience to the users. But the app is resource hungry and take a lot of internal storage and RAM. […]

Facebook Messenger vs Google Hangouts: Which Website is Best for Communication?


Google recently launched its own dedicated website for Hangouts, a service that originated in the Google+ social network. Notable for allowing group chats for up to ten people, Hangouts has evolved into an all-around communication platform for Google users. Meanwhile, Facebook has built up its chatting service over the years to become a one stop shop for […]

The Complete List of Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts You Need to Know About

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If you’re recently upgraded to Windows 10 or are thinking about it, you’ll be glad to know that Microsoft has again started treating users like they are grown adults with laptops and desktops with a physical keyboard and an actual mouse, the kind that grown-ups use. Yes, there’s still some of that silly touch screen […]

How to Install Windows 10 Apps Without Making Microsoft as Default Windows Account


Starting from Windows 8, Microsoft introduced a feature which enables a user to sign in to a Microsoft Account as a default account to manage Windows. Just like we have a Google account for Android and an Apple for iOS, the Microsoft account was introduced to ease up the sync features. The very same account […]

Top 6 Windows 10 Myths: Busted!

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Here’s what you need to know about Microsoft. They can’t stick to one decision and no matter what they say in public (they really need to get better at communicating) – there’s always a workaround. Here’s what you need to know about most of the websites and blogs that cover Microsoft. They’ll blow most stories […]

GT Explains: How Exactly Is Windows 10 Tracking You (and How to Disable It)

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Yes, I know you read all those Windows 10 articles but no, Windows 10 isn’t spying on you. Yes, it’s tracking your usage in multiple ways and is sending that data to its servers. Yes, there’s a difference. Let me explain. It’s Not Spying, It’s Tracking The scary sounding stories made it out to be […]

How to Apply Password Protection to OneNote Sections in Windows


It depends on your usage and just how involved you are in the Windows ecosystem, but for power users, OneNote is a really powerful tool. If you’re like me and you mainly write in plain text and don’t need all the organization features, you might be set with Evernote. But hey, OneNote is free and […]

Better Organize your Photos on Android with Focus


After the launch of Google Photos, my search for a good Android Gallery app stopped. I am pretty happy with the features I get on the app after I choose to share everything I click. It’s almost certain that there are many who might not be comfortable with the idea of uploading photos to a cloud […]

How to Insert Rows in MS Excel Using Windows Keyboard

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Ah, Microsoft Excel. That one tool that got me excited to use because it had all these “cool features” like auto summation and “vlookup” which would help me with my daily tasks. Things were quite different back then, Google Docs was still not a thing and there was no clear end-user company focused on cloud computing. […]