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Mar
7
2020

How to Change the Case of Text in PowerPoint

Image Credits: Howtogeek If you’re looking to quickly change the case of the text in a slide of your PowerPoint presentation, Microsoft Office provides a couple of quick and easy ways to do so—and several different text case styles to choose from. Here’s how. Image Credits: Howtogeek Change the Case of Text Using the Ribbon Open the PowerPoint presentation and navigate to the slide that contains the text you want to change the case of. Once you get there, just.

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Mar
6
2020

How to Turn Off Read Receipts in Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager which is owned and managed by Microsoft and made available as a part of the Microsoft Office suite applications. Microsoft Outlook is an email application, and it also incorporates a task manager, calendar, contact manager, note-taking, journal, and internet browsing, with a lot of other utility features. In Microsoft Outlook, you can send read receipts to find out if someone has received and opened your email. You can also get read receipts f.

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Mar
6
2020

How to Run Android Apps and Games on Linux

Do you Want to run some Android applications on a Linux PC? There are lots of available options, but the options that works best is by using Anbox. It is a tool that lets you run your favorite Android apps on Linux without emulating the full OS. Meet Anbox, Your “Android in a Box” Having access to your preferred Android apps and games brings a new dimension of productivity to Linux. Mobile apps are, by design, a lot simpler than desktop apps. Linux users should try out  Anbox.

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Mar
6
2020

How to Get Incoming Call Alerts on Windows 10 With Android

Sometimes when you’re working on your PC, you don’t want to be distracted by your phone. But you still want to know when someone is calling you. You can use one of these three methods to get phone call notifications from an Android device on your PC. Get Call Notifications on PC Using Cortana If you use an Android phone and a Windows 10 computer, you can get phone alerts on your computer whenever you receive or miss calls. All you need to do is set up Cortana on your Android phone.

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Mar
5
2020

How to Change the Double-Tap Action on Apple Pencil for iPad Pro

Image Credits: Khamosh Pathak The second-generation Apple Pencil automatically snaps to the latest iPad Pro. But you might have missed a hidden button which is at the flat side of your Apple Pencil. below, is how to customize the double-tap action on your Apple Pencil. The action button on the Apple Pencil is so obscure that it would almost pass as non-existent. Now just double-tap the flat side of your Apple Pencil. The entire bottom third of the Apple Pencil works as an action button, so y.

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Mar
5
2020

How to Stop Background Apps from Running When Microsoft Edge Is Closed

Image Credits: Howtogeek  With the release of the new Microsoft Edge, various extensions, applications, and other services can continue to run in the background even when you have closed your browser. This means that Microsoft Edge will continue to use your computer’s resources. Here is how to stop the background processes. What Are Background Apps? By default, Microsoft Edge will allow background apps and browser extensions to run in the background on your computer. This is to e.

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Mar
5
2020

How to Disable Multitasking on an iPad

  Image Credits: Howtogeek Multitasking on iPad has immensely developed over the years, and with the release of iPadOS 13, we saw another round of changes and new capabilities. Apple first introduced several multitasking features known as Split View and Slide Over in their iOS 9 updates. These multitasking features are very powerful if you know how to make use of them, but they can also be confusing for beginners. If you would rather have that regular and classic iPad single-tasking ex.

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Mar
4
2020

How to Bypass Blocked Sites and Internet Restrictions

It does not matter where in the world that you live, there are certain times when you will come across blocked web sites and restricted internet. Keep reading to find out out more on how to bypass barred sites and internet restrictions. Why Do Blocked Sites Exist? The possible reasons for the blocks are numerous. Firstly, governments mostly block access to websites to suit their agenda. The Twitter block in China is possibly the most popular example, but in recent years we have also seen Turk.

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Mar
4
2020

How to Add Branching in Microsoft Forms

Image Credits: Howtogeek Microsoft Forms is a comprehensive tool for creating free, easy-to-use polls, surveys, quizzes, and other questionnaires. It comprises of branching, which lets you send users to various questions depending on their past answers. Here’s how to add branching to your Microsoft form. To use Microsoft Forms, you will need a free Microsoft account (or a paid Microsoft Office 365 account). Once you’re logged in, navigate to the Forms home page to begin. Take a k.

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Mar
4
2020

How to Get Windows 10 for Free or Cheap

How Much Does a Windows 10 License Cost? Before we talk about discounts, let’s talk about MSRP (manufacturer’s suggested retail price). In the early days of Windows 10, you could get a license for free, if you upgraded from Windows 7 or 8.1. This helped to make Windows 10 gain a noticeable market share. While Microsoft officially ended this offer, it still works. For now. Today, if you pay the complete retail price, the basic Windows 10 Home license will cost you around 139 dollar.

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