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How to Change the Language in Google Chrome

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Sometimes Google Chrome automatically changes the language of the browser in a language it thinks that you are speaking, but you don’t want that always or maybe you want to change the Google Chrome browser language to English. So here is how to change the Google Chrome browser display language: Go to the upper right corner of Google Chrome browser window and click ...

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Facebook Keyboard Shortcuts

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You can press these buttons on your keyboard to use Facebook faster. j , k — Scroll between News Feed stories p — Post a new status l — Like or unlike the selected story c — Comment on the selected story s — Share the selected story o — Open attachment of the selected story enter — See More ...

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How to Fix Port Forwarding in Asus RT Routers

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It seems that there is a problem with the firewall in ASUS routers in stock firmware and even in Merlin ASUS Firmware. After a few hours the port forward is no longer working, you need to restart your router every time to make it work for another short period of time. So in order to make it work you need ...

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How to Improve the WiFi Signal on Asus RT Routers

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First it is recommended that you use the 5GHz band (if your devices support dual band wifi). You can turn off the 2.4GHz radio if you want. Then follow these steps: In your router config Go to Wireless Settings Click Professional Choose a higher TX power.

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How to Remove Windows.old in Windows 10

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After you upgrade from an older Windows to Windows 10 you will left with a Windows.old folder which contains all the files of the older Windows. Also when Windows 10 upgrades from a previous Windows 10 version it will create a Windows.old folder which will contain all the files of the older version of Windows 10. These files take a lot ...

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12 BEST Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

12 Best Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

Here is a list of 12 most useful Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts.          

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How to Use Windows 10 Task View

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Task View is a new and very useful feature in Windows 10. It is practically a integrated virtual desktop that is by default enabled and is very easy to use. The Task View button can be found right next to the Start button (if you can’t find it there, right-click on the taskbar -> check the “Show Task View button”). ...

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How to Disable OneDrive in Windows 10

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OneDrive is Microsoft’s service for hosting your files into a “personal cloud”. In Windows 10, OneDrive is a part of the entire OS, being installed and enabled by default and having a OneDrive folder in the File Explorer. There’s no regular way to uninstall OneDrive! If you want to manually remove or disable the OneDrive application, disable the OneDrive folder from the ...

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How to Enable the Delete Confirmation Dialog in Windows 10

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As you know in Windows 10 Explorer when you delete files there is no delete confirmation dialog, it just deletes the files as you press the DEL button. If you want to enable the Windows 10 Explorer delete confirmation dialog follow these steps: type Local Group Policy Editor in Windows search and start the Local Group Policy Editor Click on the User Configuration->Administrative Templates->Windows Components->File ...

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How to Start the Windows Classic Control Panel in Windows 10

Windows 10 Classic Control Panel

To start the Windows Classic Control Panel in Windows 10 just type in Control in the search box and then you can start the control panel or if you want to create a Control Panel Desktop Shortcut follow the steps bellow: Go to Start Menu->Settings->Personalization and then select Themes from the left window panel. (or use the Windows search and ...

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