Quick Tip: How To Pin A Tab In Google Chrome

A feature I use on a regular basis is “tab pinning”. I use this feature to keep a tab open, even if I close and reopen the browser. For example, I may pin a tab to a website that is streaming music so that it remains open while I am working. When you pin a tab, it will automatically pin to the far left in the tab order and the tab will be smaller in size (to save space).

So, how do you pin a tab?

Right mouse click on the tab you desire to pin and select “Pin Tab”. You can pin more than one tab at a time.

To unpin the tab, right mouse click on the pinned tab and select “Unpin Tab”.

Below is a screenshot where the arrow is pointing to a tab I have pinned in Google Chrome.


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ZDNet Reporting That You Can Still Get A FREE Windows 10 Upgrade

As of September 20, 2019, ZDNet is reporting that the upgrade process to Windows 10 still works. If you are running Windows 7 or 8.1 I would give this a shot ASAP!

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Today, more than three years after the free upgrade offer supposedly ended, you can still upgrade to Windows 10 from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 and claim a free digital entitlement, without being forced to jump through any hoops.

Continue Reading @ ZDNet


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The Windows Club Shows You “How to schedule a Windows Defender scan in Windows 10”

Why buy Antivirus Software when it is included in Windows 10? I would not have said that a couple years back. Windows Defender has progessed to the point that it is the only antivirus software I have installed on my PC. CLICK HERE to see why. With that being said, learn how to schedule a Windows Defender scan (see source link below).

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Microsoft has provided Windows 10/8 with built-in security software, Windows Defender. It’s free, easy to use, and has great features like other competitor antivirus software in its class. In this post, we will see how to schedule a full scan in Windows Defender

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Learn How To Setup and Use The Backup Utility In Windows 10

I bet you did not know there is a backup utility built into Windows 10. It is called File History… File History actually was first introduced in Windows 8. It gives you the ability to backup your personal files on your computer and restores them in the event of an issue. Below are the initial steps to setting up File History. You will need an external drive in order to back up your files. The main thing I personally was looking for in this built-in utility was whether I could select specific folders to backup and the answer to that is, you can select specific folders. You can also select specific times you want the backups to occur. If you want a more detailed description of “How to Set Up and Configure File History on Windows 10”, CLICK HERE, to see the writeup at Groovy Post by Brian Burgess.

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Use File History to backup and restore in Windows 10

  • Backup your PC with File History 
  • Use File History to back up to an external drive or network location. Select Start​  > Settings  > Update & Security  Backup Add a drive , and then choose an external drive or network location for your backups.
    Image of File History backup in Windows 10
  • Restore your files with File History

If you’re missing an important file or folder that you’ve backed up, here’s how to get it back:

  • In the search box on the taskbar, type restore files, and then select Restore your files with File History.

  • Look for the file you need, then use the arrows to see all its versions.

  • When you find the version you want, select Restore to save it in its original location. To save it in a different place, right-click Restore, select Restore to, and then choose a new location.


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Quick Tip: Use The Update Assistant To Get The May 2019 Windows 10 Update

If you are seeing that your Windows 10 version is no longer going to be supported after November 2019, don’t fret… You simply need to update to the current version which is 1903. To get your computer up-to-date, click on the link below to, look for the update assistant, and click on “Update Now”. Please realize, this type of update may take time for the update to complete; especially, if you are several versions behind. Also, I would be concerned that my computer did not auto-update to the current version(s).

Source: Microsoft – Download Windows 10


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Which is the better hard drive? The HDD (Hard Disk Drive) or The SSD (Solid State Drive)

The hard drive is the device inside your computer that stores your personal files and stores the files that work together to operate your computer (such as the Windows Operating System files). Over the years the hard drive has transformed from the HDD mechanical hard disk drive (with high-speed moving parts) to now what is known as the SSD solid-state drive (with no moving parts).

Below is a quick read summary to show how the SSD (Solid State Drive) is really your better option in today’s world of computing; but, both options are still available for purchase and both serve a purpose (i.e. CLICK HERE to see pricing for HDD – CLICK HERE to see pricing for SSD).

HDD = Hard Disk Drive = metal platters/mechanical = 2.5″/3.5″ common size = Large Storage Capacities = Moving Parts = Increased Heat = Degradation of Parts = Louder = Slower = Less Expensive = Good for File Storage

HDD vs SSD

SSD = Solid State Drive = flash / non-mechanical = 2.5″ common size = Smaller Storage Capacities = No Moving Parts = Decreased Heat = Better Longevity = Quieter = Faster = More Expensive (but not by much in comparison).= Great for Primary Storage of the Operating System and Great Upgrade Option for Older PC’s

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Quick Tip: Four “Must Learn” Gmail Search Operators

I have been using Gmail since its’ inception and as a result, I literally have thousands of email that have accumulated in the account. Searching for a specific email in a sea of thousands of emails can be a daunting task. Many times I can simply enter the person’s name into the search box to find the email I am looking for; however, there are times where I need to use special search operators to quickly narrow down the result. This is where I have taught myself to use these four search operators to narrow down exactly what email I am looking for.

Specify the sender… 

from:
Example: from:amy

Specify a recipient…

to:
Example: to:david

Specify a recipient who received a copy…

cc:
bcc:
Example: cc:david

Words in the subject line…

subject:
Example: subject:dinner


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Quick Tip: How to keep your computer healthy and cool…

Below are 10 best practices to keep your computer cool (published by The Windows Club). I encourage you to visit their site to get a detailed explanation of each practice.

  • Don’t overload your system with unnecessary software
  • Remove obstacles near the computer’s vents and keep the computer desk clean
  • Keep your cabinet’s case closed
  • Clean your computer
  • Avoid overclocking
  • Check the system’s power supply fan
  • Use water coolers for your computer
  • Move your system to a cooler location
  • Use case fans and component fans
  • Consider a phase change unit.

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Quick Tip: One of the first things to try when you experience a computer problem…

Windows PC’s are great when everything is working as it should; but, when trouble comes along (and it will), there are some basic steps you can follow that most likely will help you resolve the issue. The web site, Addictive Tips, has put together 5 basic troubleshooting steps to fix Windows 10 problems that you should try. My favorite on the list is, “Restart System”. As a matter of fact, not only does this apply to just computers, this often applies to any type of electronic device. A complete shutdown and restart of the computer or device often will resolve the issue.


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Quick Tip: How To Set A Reminder Using Google Assistant

Here’s how to leave yourself reminders using Google Assistant 
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Google Assistant is great for doing a whole bunch of things, but one of the best perks of having a digital assistant at your beck and call is the ability to quickly add helpful reminders of all sorts for you and your family. Reminders made with Google Assistant are entirely customizable and can be set up for events of all sorts, from events recurring weekly, monthly, one-off reminders throughout your day. Here’s how to set them up.

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Quick Tip: How To Watch FREE Channels and Movies On Roku

Recently, I have been intensely exploring FREE online TV and Movie options that don’t cost one penny. I am sure you have heard of Roku, the very reputable online TV and Movie Service that is often included in many of today’s Smart TVs. As a matter of fact, one of my very first devices to connect to a TV to receive online content was a Roku and I can tell you that was many years back when the first Roku came out.

During my exploration for FREE online services I came across that Roku recently opened a FREE side to their service, called “The Roku Channel” and let me tell you, it is worth taking a looking at. Simply click on the source link at the end of this post to get started. There is no obligation to buy anything. Once signed up you will have access to some online TV content and movies that they have selected. For example, there is ABC News, Weather Nation, USAToday, TMZ; to name only a few… To further enhance your FREE Roku Channel, get the Roku Mobile App and you can watch your channels and movies on the go. Continue reading “Quick Tip: How To Watch FREE Channels and Movies On Roku”

Quick Tip: The Different Types of Windows 10 Updates

by Mayank Parmar @ Bleeping Computer

Most folks at home that own Windows-based computers typically learn about Windows updates early on in the ownership of their computers. The update process, most of the time is transparent to the user; but, there are the times when they are very evident to user, such as when Windows 10 performs a feature update (which is actually an upgrade in my opinion) where the update process can consume a lot of time before completion. I know myself, I keep my fingers crossed when updates roll out. In this article, at Bleeping Computer, I encourage you to read so that you will quickly learn about Windows updates and the different type of updates. Yes, there is more than one type of update…  Rick @ What’s On My PC

Microsoft pushes out a variety of monthly updates that fix bugs, compatibility issues, performance enhancements, and security updates. Windows 10 is also updated twice a year with new “Feature Updates” that aim to modify the Windows 10 experience in a significant way.

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Quick Tip: 7 cool Android features you might not know about – Android Authority

by Scott Adam Gordon @ Android Authority

What I truly love about Android is that you learn something new everyday that you did not know about. Scott Adam Gordon @ Andorid Authority has put together 7-seven neat features baked into Android that you may not be aware of. I can tell you, I was not aware of them… — Rick @ What’s On My PC

One of the great things about Android is how intuitive it is. The majority of its most important features are easily accessed and clearly identifiable (like screen brightness). But there are some useful features that are hidden away or aren’t clearly explained. Here, we’ve gathered some of the best Android features you might have missed.

Note: These tips are based on Android Pie and may not be available on other Android versions.

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Quick Tip: How To Turn A Gmail Account Into A Powerful Note-Taking And Note-Keeping App

Evernote, OneNote, and SimpleNote are the note-taking apps that we all hear about. I have accounts with all three and have used them extensively; however, I just cannot get settled with any of them. I initially started out with a free Evernote account; then, Evernote ended up limiting what you could and could not do. OneNote, great note-taking app; however, I was never completely satisfied with the app, due to its’ slowness (in loading and performing searches). Simplenote, which is text-based only (with some markup language) is ok if all you want to do is save text-based notes.

After using all three of these, I kept thinking, there has to be a better way. This is when I came up with the idea of creating and using a separate Gmail account from my personal Gmail account to specifically store notes, documents, etc. Continue reading “Quick Tip: How To Turn A Gmail Account Into A Powerful Note-Taking And Note-Keeping App”

Quick Tip: 10 truly helpful Windows 10 tools you might not know about

by Brad Chacos @ PCWorld

Windows 10 offers many other power tools for enthusiasts—if you know where to find them. Some are older, yet still obscure. Others are relatively new, added during the twice-annual major upgrades Microsoft’s been pushing out since Windows 10 launched nearly four long years ago (though the second update looks to be minor this year). But all 10 of these little-used tricks and tools can help hardened PC users save time or eliminate headaches.

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Quick Tip: How to Copy a Google Keep Note Directly to Google Docs

by Spencer Depas @ Gadget Hacks

A nice side effect of moving a Keep note to Google Docs is that it makes the note easier to move to another platform. Once it’s saved as a Google Doc, you can export it as a Microsoft Word doc, a PDF, or even an ePUB. I’ve also found some situations where I wanted to de-clutter Google Keep, but I did not want to delete my potentially important note. In these cases, I will copy it to Google Docs and then delete the note on Google Keep.

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Quick Tip: How to search for text in your Google Photos pictures

by TechRepublic

A new Google Lens feature will allow Google Photos users to search for text in pictures and screenshots, Google Photos confirmed on Twitter Thursday. The feature could make it much easier to find things like business cards, Wi-Fi passwords that were saved in a photo, or receipts for expense reports and tax reporting purposes, our sister site ZDNet noted.

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Source: How to search for text in your Google Photos pictures – TechRepublic


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Quick Tip: How to Protect Your Parents From Online Dating Scams

by Lifehacker

Last year, an estimated 21,000 Americans were victims of online dating scams, losing a combined $143 million. (On Thursday, prosecutors charged 80 scammers in connection with scams that targeted businesses and elderly women.) If your parent is on a dating site, it should come as no surprise that you shouldn’t let them give out their credit card number. But it’s just as important to make sure they don’t exchange numbers or social media accounts.

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How to Track a Phone Using Android or iOS

by Digital Trends

If you’ve got a smartphone, consider installing the apps listed below. There are several app choices available for your phone, but also remember to set up any included phone-locating software that comes with your device. That includes Apple’s Find My iPhone, Google’s Find My Device, and Samsung’s Find My Mobile. If you’re looking for more choices, try out the following apps.

Source: How to Track a Phone Using Android or iOS | Digital Trends

Quick Tip: How to add Emergency Information to your Android Device

by Phandroid

With your personal health and safety, you can never be too careful! Accidents and incidents happen all the time. People fall ill suddenly and need personal help, either by ambulance services or passers-by. Having an emergency contact or important information may need to know about the person’s general health if they’re unconscious and unable to answer important medical questions. Since our smartphone is typically the device we carry with us all the time, that information can be made readily available from the lock screen.

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Quick Tip: Try this to get the NEW Android Auto Update

If you been waiting for the Android Auto Update with the new interface that folks have been raving about and it still has not rolled out to your phone; then, give this a try to see if you can make it happen sooner.

  • Open Android Auto on your phone.
  • Tap the “Hamburger Icon” in the upper left corner.
  • Select “Settings”, then (if eligible) you should see at the top of the screen an option to “Try the new Android Auto”. Toggle that option to activate it.
  • Once activated this should begin the process to update your Android Auto to the new Android Auto interface and you should see the new interface when you plug your phone into your car.


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10 Essential Chromebook Tips for Students | Laptop Mag

While navigating the operating system is simple, the pool of students underutilizing their Chromebooks gets larger with each semester. From shortcuts to multitasking, we’ll help you make the most out of the speedy and lightweight operating system. Bust out your comfy sweatpants, grab yourself a pumpkin spice latte and prepare to free up your schedule this semester with these back-to-school tips for Chromebooks.

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Quick Tip: Creating A Windows Desktop Shortcut With Google Chrome

Creating a desktop shortcut using Google Chrome is quite easy. By creating a shortcut on your Window’s desktop to a favorite site will get you to the site quickly by simply clicking on the shortcut. I personally have shortcuts on the desktop to my Gmail, my calendar, my notes, my Google Drive, etc…

Here are the steps to create a Windows desktop shortcut with Google Chrome:

  • Open Google Chrome and go to the site you desire to create a shortcut for. In my case, I went to my site at www.whatsonmypc.net.
  • Once the site loads, go to the top right corner of the browser and click on the three vertical dots to open the Google Chrome Menu.
  • When the menu opens, click on “More Tools”; then click on “Create Shortcut”

  • When the “Create Shortcut” dialog box appears, you can name the shortcut whatever you want to name it. In this case, I named the shortcut “What’s On My PC”. I typically keep the name of the shortcut to a short easily identifiable name.

  • You will also see an option where you can open the shortcut as a Window if you desire. My advice, leave the box unchecked.
  • Click on “Create” and the shortcut will be created on your Windows desktop where it makes it easy for you to go directly to the site.
  • If you decide you no longer want the shortcut, simply delete it from the desktop.

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Quick Tip: See All Chromebook Keyboard Shortcuts By Using A Keyboard Shortcut

The Chromebook, which runs off the Google Chrome OS platform, is a different beast in itself; BUT, let me tell you this, “I love my Chromebook”… I find myself using it more and more. If interested in seeing the different Chromebooks and their pricing — CLICK HERE

If you are the proud owner of a Chromebook here is a quick way to get to a guide that will show you all the “Chromebook Keyboard Shortcuts”. To get to the guide, simply Press Ctrl + Alt + ?  at the same time on your keyboard. You can browse through the different keyboard shortcuts or you can search for them. Below is a screenshot of what I am seeing on my Chromebook. If your Chromebook OS has not been updated you may see a screen overlay of a keyboard instead.

My favorite keyboard shortcut is Ctrl + Shift + []]] button (above the 6 key). This shortcut will allow you to take a partial screenshot.


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Quick Tip: When getting rid of your iOS, Android or Windows devices it is important to wipe the data. Here’s how…

What I have found that most people when they get rid of their devices they neglect to erase or wipe the device clean of their personal information (files, pictures, contacts, messages, etc…). The National Cyber Security Centre,  UK’s independent authority on cybersecurity, has a nice tech writeup on resetting (wiping clean) and reprovisioning your iOS, Android and Windows Devices (see source link below).

Quick Reference

For each platform, the most useful restore methods are explained in full, alongside the risks of using them. We then recommend one of the methods to use for the following four common scenarios:

  • Scenario 1: Sanitising a device believed to be compromised with malware
  • Scenario 2: Preparing a device which has not previously been managed
  • Scenario 3: Reissuing a device to a different user in the same security environment
  • Scenario 4: Sanitising a device for release to lower security domain or sale

Platform-specific advice:

Quick Tip: Learn How To Digitally Preview Your “U.S. Mail” In Your “Email” Before You Go To The Mailbox

Did you know that the U.S. Postal Service has a feature available that allows you to digitally preview what mail you have arriving before you even go to your mailbox? 

It is called “Informed Delivery” and it is available for FREE through the U.S. Postal Service. To get started — CLICK HERE — to sign up… It is a 3-step process where you will create your account, verify your identity, and receive notifications.

Once your account is created, it may take a period of time before you will start seeing the notifications in your email account. Once you start receiving the notifications in your email you will be able to view grayscale images of the exterior, address side of letter-sized mailpieces scheduled to arrive soon. You can also check the delivery status of packages and when they’re scheduled to arrive. If for some reason you do not start seeing the email previews, make sure you check your spam folder in your email client.

I have been using the service for quite a while and has saved me from making unnecessary trips to the mailbox.


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Quick Tip: Should I Turn My Computer Off At Night?

Here at “What’s On My PC”, since the beginning of time, I shut down all my computer’s at night. In the morning I power the computers back up and let the computers go into sleep mode during the day when not using the computers (if I am at home). If I leave home, I shut the computers down. I do all of the above for online security reasons, home safety reasons and I like the idea that every day the computers are being refreshed when starting up in the morning. Computers sort of have a mind of their own… If you click on the source link below, you will find a good read where various gamers tell you their thinking on this.

Depending who you ask, turning off your PC at night is either a good way to save electricity or a good way to speed up the deterioration of your hardware. Or maybe it’ll help prevent the build-up of dust. Or maybe powering down and then up again uses more electricity than just leaving it to hibernate would. Or maybe the RGB gremlins will get sad if you don’t leave a light on for them. At this point there’s so much conflicting advice, it’s tempting to just throw up your hands and stop caring.

Source: Do you turn your PC off at night? | PC Gamer

Quick Tip: How To Send (and Request) Money Using Gmail

Who would have ever thought you would be able to send (and receive) money using email. With Google’s Gmail, you can. When composing an email in Gmail, at the bottom, you will see a “$” sign. If you click on that “$’ sign you will be walked through the process of sending money where a Google Pay, Debit or Bank Account is required. You can send the money to any email recipient, does not have to be another Gmail account, and it is free so long as you have one of the three bank accounts as mentioned. The first time a recipient receives money through Gmail, they will need to add a debit card to transfer the money to. After that first time, whenever someone sends money through Gmail, it will automatically and seamlessly transfer to that card.  You can also “request” money using the Gmail ‘$” feature, as well.


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Quick Tip: Do Not Plug A Laser Printer Into An UPS

Using an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) to plug your computer and monitor into is a good thing; BUT, it is not a good idea to plug a laser printer into a UPS.

Why? 

Laser printers produce a high current draw that will “sag” the utility line causing low voltage situations. You may get away with plugging into the UPS for a while, but eventually, the powering up of the laser printer (especially during print jobs) will weaken the battery in the UPS. In one case I experienced, the user reported that their computer was shutting down during print jobs. The cause was the laser printer was plugged into their UPS. I have seen where a separate UPS is used exclusively for laser printers, but most people at home are not going to go to that expense.

What is a UPS (uninterrupted power supply)?

For those who do not know what a UPS (uninterrupted power supply) is…  CLICK HERE to see examples. Typically a UPS will have multiple outlets with some of those outlets reserved exclusively for battery backup. All the outlets typically will offer surge protection. For home use, you will be plugging the computer and monitor into the battery backup side of the UPS. When a power outage occurs, the computer and monitor will remain “ON” for a period of time so that you can safely save your files and safely shut down the computer.


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Quick Tip: How to Activate the “Speakerphone” Feature On Your Android Phone

Today’s tip is actually quite simple and is actually a reminder to folks who are learning to use their smartphones. When making a phone call and the connection has been established, learn to activate the speakerphone feature that will allow you to put the phone down and continue talking (and listening). Not every call would you want to do this, but I have trained myself to use this feature when I know I may need both hands to review a document, write something down,  or someone else needs to hear the call, as well (like a conference call). Typically, the speakerphone feature can only be activated after the phone number is dialed.

Below is a pic of my phone and where the speaker icon is located when a call is in progress. When I tap on the “speaker icon” on my phone, I can then hear the conversation through the speaker on the phone. This will vary from phone to phone… Make sure the volume is turned up on your phone so that you will be able to clearly hear the recipient of the call.

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Quick Tip: You can still get emergency help when your phone is locked — here’s how | CNET

Go to the source link at the end of the blog post to learn how to set up emergency contacts and medical conditions on different phone platforms. Emergency personnel may use your phone to access this information in the event of an emergency.

Below are the steps (from c|net) on how to set up your information for Android phones (not from Samsung).

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Android phones not from Samsung

Open the Settings app, scroll to the bottom and select About phone > Emergency Information. If you don’t see emergency information in that section, try this: Open Settings > Users & accounts > Emergency information.

Regardless of how you got to the Emergency Information screen, once there you can tap on the pencil icon to edit your medical information and add emergency contacts.

If the instructions above don’t apply to your phone, lock your phone and swipe up on the screen to bring up the prompt for your unlock method (PIN, pattern, etc.). Tap on the Emergency or Emergency Call button.

Swiping and tapping the button is also how first responders can view your information.

Source: You can still get emergency help when your phone is locked — here’s how – CNET

55 Useful Computer Shortcut Keys | Stay Updated

Computer Shortcut Keys: Whenever we work on the computer every time we use a mouse instead of shortcut keys. without mouse we don’t do anything. but there are plenty of computer shortcut keys which doesn’t require a mouse even we can most of the work without using the mouse. and shortcut keys makes our life easier and save some time that we waste on clicking the mouse button every time. Today I have brought 55 computer shortcut keys that can make you easier. so let’s begin.

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Quick Tip: Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts to Sign Out, Sleep, Shutdown and Restart

  • Press the Windows key + X (at the same time, then release), then tap U, then tap I to SIGN OUT
  • Press the Windows key + X (at the same time, then release), then tap U, then tap S to SLEEP
  • Press the Windows key + X (at the same time, then release), then tap U, then tap U again to SHUTDOWN
  • Press the Windows key + X (at the same time, then release), then tap U, then tap R to RESTART

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Change Mouse pointer and cursor size, color, scheme on Windows 10 | The Windows Club

The mouse pointer and cursor in Windows 10 are very important aspects of the operating system. This can be said for other operating systems as well, so in truth, they are not unique to Windows. Many users of the popular operating system may have no idea of some of the customization can perform on the mouse pointer and the cursor. If you’re someone who is sick and tired of looking at the same old thing every day, then continue reading.

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Quick Tip: How To Add An Email Signature To Your Gmail

Create a Gmail signature

An email signature is text, like your contact information or a favorite quote, that’s automatically added at the end of Gmail messages as a footer. This text can be formatted and graphics can be added to really make the signature stand out.

Add or change a signature

You can put up to 10,000 characters in your signature.

  1. Open Gmail.
  2. In the top right, click Settings Settings and then Settings.
  3. In the “Signature” section, add your signature text in the box. If you want, you can format your message by adding an image or changing the text style.
  4. At the bottom of the page, click Save Changes

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Quick Tip: How To Make Your Google Calendar Go Full Screen

When using Google Calendar, I personally like the month view (like you would see on a wall calendar); however, that is a matter of preference. To make your calendar go to a full-screen view,, no matter what calendar view you prefer, you can collapse the left-side menu and the right-side panel. Reflected below are instructions to walk you through this:

On the top left side of the screen, click the three-line menu icon at the top to collapse the side menu. You can toggle open the side menu by clicking on the three-line menu.

On the bottom right side, click the small right-facing arrow to collapse the side panel. This panel lets you view your Google Keep Notes, Tasks and other services. You can toggle the side panel back open by clicking the left-facing arrow.

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