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How to quickly move or copy content in word using f2

Today’s tip is a quick but useful one for Microsoft Word users. We’ve often discussed how keyboard shortcuts are the key to making you more efficient. But sometimes you can find new keyboard shortcuts that are even more efficient than the ones you were using before. Today, we’re going to talk about one such set […]

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How to manually backup your iphone (in preparation for ios 9)

Chris Stobing is a writer and blogger from the heart of Silicon Valley. His work has appeared in PCMag and Digital Trends, and he’s served as Managing Editor of Gadget Review. Read more. With iOS 9 and the launch of the new iPhone 6 model just weeks away, now has never been a better time […]

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How to quickly switch apps by swiping on the iphone x xr xs and iphone xs max

Learn how to quickly switch from one app to another. Then when you switch back, you can pick up right where you left off. Switch apps on iPhone X or later, and iPad If you have an iPhone X or later, or an iPad: Swipe up from the bottom to the middle of your screen […]

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How to make hundreds of complex photo edits in seconds with photoshop actions

Photoshop actions are the best — they save time and make you more productive during post-processing. They can be used to speed up repetitive tasks, make quick work of time consuming edits, and give you a little creative inspiration. So here are 24 Really Cool Photoshop Actions To Enhance Your Photography These actions are not […]

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How to open the registry editor on windows 10

This post submitted to MiniTool official website mainly teaches you how to open Windows 11 Registry Editor in multiple and easy-to-operate ways. Most of them are introduced by many other websites. Yet, we have them simplified and enable you to complete it within 3 clicks/steps! What Is Windows Registry Editor? Windows Registry is a hierarchical […]

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How to make the amazon echo stop playing music after a certain amount of time

Like to go to sleep listening to your iPhone’s Music app and curious how to get it to “sleep” after a set period of time? One of the most annoying things is waking up a few hours later and it is still playing. Especially true if you are listening to an Audio Book and have […]

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How to make internet explorer more secure (if you’re stuck using it)

Chris Hoffman is Editor-in-Chief of How-To Geek. He’s written about technology for over a decade and was a PCWorld columnist for two years. Chris has written for The New York Times and Reader’s Digest, been interviewed as a technology expert on TV stations like Miami’s NBC 6, and had his work covered by news outlets […]

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How to modify your existing desk to make it a standing desk

Justin Garrison is a Linux enthusiast and cloud infrastructure engineer for one of the world’s biggest companies. He’s also the co-author of Cloud Native Infrastructure by O’Reilly. Read more. Whether you want to stand because it’s trendy, or you want to test the benefits, one of the biggest hurdles from a standing desk is the […]

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How to open google chrome using command prompt on windows 10

Chrome browser supports opening from command line and run window. There are few command line switches as well that you can use to launch chrome incognito mode or with other features. Open chrome from command line Run below command to start chrome from CMD. Run command for Chrome Chrome can be opened from Run window […]

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How to make photos look like pencil drawings in about one minute

Ever seen a mall photobooth create a “pencil drawing” from a photo? Give us about one minute, and see how you can create an easy grayscale image effect that looks like a tonal pencil drawing. Check it out! Automated software and Photoshop filters just try to awkwardly add pencil textures to your images. With some […]