Google Chrome’s ‘Send to Your Devices’ feature can misfire at times despite being incredibly useful. It sends links to any of your other devices in a matter of seconds and is pretty handy if you use multiple devices regularly. However, it’s not for everyone. That’s why you can disable the Send to Your Devices in Chrome. Perhaps […]

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Filters Do you want to look like a potato during a video call on Microsoft Teams? If you were living under a rock, that question might seem blasphemous. A recent viral tweet has made everyone laugh as well as curious about filters on video calling apps. While Zoom supports filters, what about Microsoft Teams? Does it support […]

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Edge With the introduction of Windows 10, Microsoft announced a brand-new Project Spartan — Microsoft Edge browser. The browser was based on Microsoft’s EdgeHTML rendering engine. Due to a different web-rendering engine, the Edge browser never received much interest among the developers. Microsoft Edge lacked long-list of extension support and often some popular sites didn’t […]

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Microsoft answered Slack’s growing popularity with the introduction of the Microsoft Teams in 2016. And the software giant continues to add new features to meet consumer demand. Also, it has quickly adapted to a growing trend of video calling apps while many have to deal with messy backgrounds or inadequate lights during a call. In this post, we […]

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Windows  Most applications provide a feature that always starts as Windows started. These startup applications can be effective, but they can also slow down the boot or start time and use resources from the system. Windows has long provided tools to manage startup applications. We can add startup applications through windows settings. Then disable or […]

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This tutorial provides you with easy to understand steps for a simple file system filter driver development. The demo driver that we show you how to create prints names of open files to debug output. This article is written for engineers with basic Windows device driver development experience as well as knowledge of C/C++. In […]

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The Windows 10 update brings Night Light, a blue light filter that allows your screen to use warmer nighttime colors so you can relax more easily and your vision improves. This setting can be activated by several methods in Windows 10. One method is the Task Scheduler and another method is the Settings method. In […]

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On Windows 10 iTunes is that one program that never seems to change with the times. It’s a bit sluggish, and often fails to work properly. The Microsoft Store version of iTunes did improve things a bit. Yet it’s mostly the same old iTunes served in a different wrapping. But regardless of iTunes and its […]

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Gone are the days when you needed a dedicated Office Suite on your desktop to create a Word document. Today, all you need is a valid Office 365 account, and you can access Microsoft Word Online in an instant. From creating a simple doc to churning out creative templates, you can do pretty much everything with Word […]

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Realme UI utilizes Color OS on top of the Android operating system for their devices since its debut in 2018. While Realme devices always had a warm welcome with users and reviewers, they always had a mixed experience with Realme’s take on Android OS. Meanwhile, early adopters are always looking for Realme UI tips and tricks […]

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