Monday, May 25, 2020

Articles for Windows OS

Snagit vs Native Screenshot Feature on Mac and PC

Although I have already written plenty of things about Snagit app, which is my favourite tool for creating screenshots for tutorials on my blog, here is a quick comparison of the Snagit versus The native screenshot feature on Mac...

Snagit by Techsmit Makes it Super Easy to Create & Edit Screenshots

If you are into screencast tutorials or have to spend a lot of time taking screenshots on your computer to help people do certain things, is a tool that can Speed the process up.Snagit by techsmith, is an incredible...

What is Google Backup and Sync and How Does it Work?

In this article, let's understand what Google Backup and Sync is, and how it actually works so that you can make the best use of it.Over the years, Google has made many improvements to its cloud storage system. Earlier...

How to Fix Blue Screen of Death in Windows 10

If you are someone who uses Windows enabled PC, you may have come across the blue screen of death at least once in your lifetime. It's Windows' way of saying 'shit happened' and then it restarts. If it has happened once...

What’s the Difference Between Hibernate and Sleep in Windows

If you are on a Windows 10 laptop, you might be aware that it has got an option to 'Shutdown', 'Restart', and put the computer to 'Sleep'.While Shutdown and Restart options are pretty common to understand by just their name, the...

Th Best Free to Use GarageBand Alternatives for Windows

If you are pursuing music as a career, or you have a hobby of creating music on your own, you must be aware of the excellent app GarageBand, which is exclusively available for Mac.But, even the cheapest MacBook machine...

How to ByPass Login Screen on MacBook By Automatically Logging In

Password protection on a MacBook is there for a reason. It keeps your computer secure and makes sure no one accesses your data without your consent.But it is not idle for all the workflows, like mine. My MacBook is...

Commonly Used Linux Terminal Commands You Should Know

The Command Line is quite a powerful tool for Linux, and once you get the hang of it, you can do things on the system a lot faster although controlling things from the be pretty intimidating.So, what you can...

Microsoft is Ending Windows 10 Mobile Support. Do you still Own a Windows Mobile?

Even though the consumers have already forgotten Windows Mobile years ago, Microsoft was somehow still providing support for the existing smartphones that were running on Windows Mobile OS.Windows Mobile, which was Microsoft desperate attempt at gaining ownership of the...

How to Enable Dark Mode in Windows 10

As we have seen in the last few months, there has been a trend going on as many Android Apps are introducing a Dark Mode in their apps.Which brings me to up the thought that, what if we can...
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How to Install Apps on iPhone Outside of the App Store?

Are you looking to know how you can install apps on your iPhone outside of the app store? Continue reading this article to know-how.The...

Mobile Data Not Working on Android? Here are Possible Fixes

Are you having trouble using your mobile data while you are out? Here are possible fixtures that will let you use your mobile data...

Microsoft To Do vs Todoist: Which Task Management App to Pick?

A few days ago, I wrote a comparison article, talking about differences between Microsoft to do and Any.Do, both of which are useful To-Do...

How to Get Rid of Annoying Ads on ShareIt App?

Shareit is a fantastic app to share stuff with friends wirelessly, the best Aate that is available for both Android and iPhone. So it's...