How to Create Special Characters in Windows 10 without Third Party Software

June 15th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

Unable to type a special character using your keyboard? Can’t find the symbol you need in the Character Map utility? In this tutorial we’ll show you how to create your own special characters using Windows built-in tool – Private Character Editor, and insert the custom characters into a Word or any other document. Part 1: […]

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Easy Ways to Access Private Character Editor in Windows 10

June 12th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

Private Character Editor is a hidden tool included with all versions of Windows. It allows you to create your own characters, symbols or fonts and use them in your document. In this tutorial we’ll show you different ways to access Private Character Editor in Windows 10. Method 1: Open Private Character Editor via Run Command […]

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2 Ways to Change Registry Editor Font in Windows 10

June 10th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

How can I change the default font style or size for the Registry Editor app itself? Starting with Windows 10 build 14986, Registry Editor allows you to change font size or customize font face. In this tutorial we’ll show you 2 easy methods to change Registry Editor font for all user accounts in Windows 10. […]

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How to Prevent Windows Update from Installing Microsoft Edge Chromium

June 9th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

The classic Edge browser will soon be replaced by the newest Chromium-based Edge via Windows Update. If you’re comfortable using the classic version or you don’t like Microsoft Edge Chromium, you can disable automatic delivery. Here are 2 simple methods to prevent Windows 10 Update from automatically installing Microsoft Edge Chromium. Method 1: Block Microsoft […]

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How to Export Saved Logins from Firefox Lockwise

June 8th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

How can I move saved logins and passwords in Firefox to new computer? Like other browsers, Firefox will soon allow you to export saved logins from its built-in Lockwise password manager. This feature is already implemented in Firefox Nightly. Here we’ll walk you through the steps to export saved passwords from Firefox Nightly to a […]

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How to Turn off Search Suggestions in Microsoft Edge

June 3rd, 2020 by Admin No comments »

When you start typing in the address bar of Microsoft Edge, it will instantly display search and website suggestions based on each letter you type. If you think those search predictions are not useful, here’s how you can disable or turn off search and site suggestions as you type in Microsoft Edge. How to Disable […]

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How to Prevent Windows from Turning off Hard Drive after Idle

May 29th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

By default, Windows will automatically turn off your hard drive after 20 minutes of idle time. This can help save energy and extend a laptop’s battery life. When you try to access a hard disk that is turned off, you will notice a slight delay for the drive to spin back up. Constantly spinning down/up […]

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How to Switch from RAID to AHCI without Reinstalling Windows 10

May 25th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

Is there a way to switch from RAID to AHCI without losing everything and having to reinstall Windows? Sometimes an SSD might not be detected by bootable CD when in RAID mode, and you have to enable AHCI mode. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to switch from RAID to AHCI without reinstalling Windows […]

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Easy Way to Share Wi-Fi Password Between iPhones

May 22nd, 2020 by Admin No comments »

Is there a way to share Wi-Fi network without giving out your password? If your Wi-Fi password is very long or complicated, it could be a pain to share it with your friends, especially if it’s just a bunch of random characters. Since IOS 11, Apple makes it easy to share your Wi-Fi network without […]

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Easy Ways to Label or Rename Hard Drive in Windows 10

May 20th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

Each drive on your computer should have a unique and meaningful name, but they are usually named “Local Disk” or “New Volume” by default. The drive letters may change when a new disk is added, but you can have a persistent drive label. In this tutorial we’ll show you different ways to label or rename […]

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