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How to download stand alone Windows 10 drivers

Windows has shipped with generic drivers for years now. These are basic drivers such as network and display ones that will give you a usable system right after a clean install. You won’t need to install drivers from disks, or other installation media just to get the system up and …

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How to automatically resize VLC player for vertical videos

Videos have always been recorded in landscape mode. They used be square a long, long time ago but once the era of square monitors disappeared, videos became landscape oriented. Then phones got cameras, and those cameras became insanely good and now, we have vertical videos. Vertical videos were shunned, and …

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How to burn a disc image to an SD card on Windows 10

USBs have become the go-to device for installing any sort of operating system. They’re easy enough to carry, every single computer has at least one USB port, they come in large size configurations at a cheap price point, and optical drives have almost disappeared from computers so there really isn’t …

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How to read a MicroSD card on Windows 10

MicroSD cards are generally used with phones to increase their storage. They’re particular to Android phones though since iPhones simply do not have a slot for the cards. Since they’re meant to be used on small devices where so much hardware has to fit, they’re smaller and larger memory cards …

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How to middle-click to close apps on Windows 10

The mouse wheel can be used to ‘middle-click’ in browsers. The middle-click can do two things in most browsers; close a tab, open a link in a new background tab. The middle-click is assumed to only have use within browsers but it can do other things. On Windows 10, you …

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