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5 best Google Chrome alternatives on Linux

Are you using Google Chrome on Linux? Have you decided that you don’t like using it because of privacy reasons? Unsure about what browser to switch to? We can help! Here are the five best Google Chrome alternatives on Linux. 1. Chromium The Chromium browser is the open-source project that …

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How to access the user folder on Windows 10

The User folder on Windows 10 is a folder created specifically for each user account that is configured on a Windows 10 system. The folder houses important library folders such as Documents, Pictures, and Downloads, and it also houses the Desktop folder. It’s also where the AppData folder resides. You …

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How to resize an image in GIMP on Windows 10

Photoshop has long since moved to a subscription format. You can no longer pay for a lifetime license and use the app forever turning the app into an on-going expense. This, of course, makes it less affordable for some, and more affordable for others. For those that find a Photoshop …

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How to lock keyboard and mouse input on Windows 10

External keyboards usually connect via a wire or a dongle. Disabling them is easy enough i.e., unplug whatever connects them to a computer or laptop. Some keyboards and mice have an off button of their own that allows you turn the device On/Off without having to disconnect anything. You’ll find …

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How to change the Windows 10 system lock timeout

Windows 10 does not give users direct access to the system lock timeout setting. You can dig around the Settings app and the Control Panel app and you won’t find anything that lets you pick when the system should lock automatically. The only workaround to this is to use the …

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How to force quit apps on Windows 10

Windows apps tend to become unresponsive. They may act this way if the system’s resources are insufficient for it to run, if a software or hardware component that it relies on is not working or has stopped working, or if it’s just run into trouble of its own. In most …

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