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Mar
12
2020

How to Force Dark Mode on Every Website in Google Chrome

Image Credits: Howtogeek Google Chrome 78 came out with a new trick up in its sleeve. It can allow you to turn on dark mode forcibely on every individual website that you visit, therefore puting an end to those blinding white backgrounds that you on your nice dark desktop. Update: As of the Chrome OS 78, this flag has obviously causes very serious problems on Chrome OS. Don’t try this if you are using a Chromebook or you will need to reset your Chrome OS after this. This is a Brute.

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Mar
12
2020

How to Enable Gmail’s Hidden Email Preview Pane

Image Credits: Makeuseof Gmail has a preview panel hidden away from view that gives you a dual-pane view of your emails just like you have in Outlook and other desktop email clients. Here is how to turn it on in the web and select a horizontal or vertical split. First of all, go over to your Gmail inbox. Click on the Settings icon at the top and then click  on the “Settings” tab. Image Credits: Makeuseof Select the “Advanced” tab. Image Credits: Makeus.

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Mar
12
2020

How to Find Archived Emails in Gmail

Image Credits: Makeuseof Deleting emails from your Gmail account inbox is final, they would be lost forever once you empty up your trash folder. If you just want to hide your emails, instead of just deleting them, you can just archive the messages instead. This would let you to find and retrieve the emails at a later date and time. How to Archive Emails in Gmail To archive an email in your Gmail account, you simply would just need to select an email (or several emails) and then click on the A.

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Mar
11
2020

How to Find Your Windows 10 Product Key Using the Command Prompt

Image Credits: Makeuseof If you are currently looking for a way to get your Windows 10 product key, you can easilly find it by just entering a quick command into your windows Command Prompt. Here is just how to do that plus a neat little trick for finding the product key by making use ofa Windows Registry method. View Your Windows 10 Product Key From the Command Prompt To get your Windows 10 product key by just using the Command Prompt, you will need to open up the windows command line.

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Mar
11
2020

How to Log Into Your Mac Automatically Without a Password

Image Credits: Howtogeek macOS which is in the past referred to as Mac OS X and later OS X) is a series of proprietary unix based,  graphical computer operating systems that is developed, managed and marketed and marketed by Apple Inc. since early 2001. It is the primary operating system for all Apple's Mac computers. Within the domain of desktop, laptop and home computers, and by usage on the web, it is the second most widely used desktop Operating System, after Microsoft Windows Securit.

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Mar
11
2020

How to Convert Currency in Microsoft Excel

Image Credits: Howtogeek Microsoft Excel does not include in-built tools to convert currency. However, you can make use of an external data source to provide up-to-date rates. A basic multiplication formula will then convert them from one currency to another. Here’s how to do it! Adding an External Data Source to Excel An external data source is always the best way to get up-to-date currency exchange rates. You can make use of this data to convert from one currency to the other in Excel.

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Mar
10
2020

How to Leave a Slack Workspace

Image Credits:Howtogeek Slack is one of the most popular organizational workplace communication tools that is currently in the market but even though, it is not clutter-free. You can take away some distractions by removing all the old workspaces you belong to but aren’t active in anymore. Here’s how to do that. Go ahead and open up the Slack application on your Windows PC or Mac PC and go straight to the workspace that you would like to leave. You can view all your current wor.

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Mar
10
2020

How to Safely Clean Your iPhone With Disinfecting Wipes

Image Credits: Howtogeek Apple now says that it is okay to make use of disinfecting wipes to clean your iPhones. In the past, Apple was against using disinfecting wipes on its products while the CDC said it is a very good idea to protect against COVID-19. Why Did Apple Recommend Against Disinfectants? Normally, manufacturers of devices like Apple goes against harsh disinfectants because those disinfectants can wear away the oleophobic coating on their smartphone’s screen. This .

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Mar
9
2020

How to Install Android on Your Windows Tablet

Windows tablets are becoming more popular. But if you’re looking for a bigger selection of apps, Android is the answer. heres How to Install Android on Your Windows Tablet. What Tablet Are You Using? Image Credits: makeuseof Before going further, you need to, be aware that Android can only be installed on a standard 32-bit or 64-bit Windows tablets. Those that use make use of ARM processors (such as the much older Microsoft Surface RT) are not compatible. Meanwhile, the way to ins.

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Mar
9
2020

How to Shuffle or Repeat Songs on iPhone or iPad

Image Credits: Howtogeek You can include additional varieties to your music listening experience on your iPad and iPhone  by turning on Shuffle, which plays songs in a random order. Or if you love a song, album, or playlist and needs to keep hearing it over and over again, turn on Repeat. Here is how to do that. Shuffle Music with Siri Voice Commands If you’re comfortable with voice commands, the easiest way to shuffle your music is with Siri. Activate Siri by holding down .

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