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How to improve Touchpad accuracy on Windows 10

how to improve touchpad accuracy on windows 10 How to improve Touchpad accuracy on Windows 10

Toucpads are no longer in their infancy. The hardware has improved exponentially over the years and is an excellent alternative to a mouse. It may not be the best if you’re playing a game and it’s unlikely to beat out a good touch-screen laptop but it’s nevertheless a good input …

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How to mute an app on macOS

how to mute an app on macos How to mute an app on macOS

macOS has some impressive audio controls such as the built-in ability to output audio to multiple devices. If you were to attempt the same on a Windows system, you’d likely need to install a third-party app, and it wouldn’t be very reliable. That sad, macOS also falls short in some …

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How to uninstall a font on Windows 10

how to uninstall a font on windows 10 How to uninstall a font on Windows 10

Installing a font on Windows 10 is easy; open the file to preview the fonts, and inside you’ll fine an Install button. You can also right-click a font, and select the install option in the context menu. In some cases, you may need admin rights to install a font but …

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How to extract a stock Windows 10 icon

how to extract a stock windows 10 icon How to extract a stock Windows 10 icon

Windows 10 icons are part of its system files. You can browse them when you want to change the icon for a certain type of file but, if you want to simply use an icon, you’ll find that getting the actual file is a bit tedious. To make things simpler, …

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How to use Bluetooth Swift Pair on Windows 10

how to use bluetooth swift pair on windows 10 How to use Bluetooth Swift Pair on Windows 10

Using a Bluetooth device is a two step process; first you have to pair it with your PC, and then you have to connect it. The pairing is really what takes more time, while connecting requires clicking a button (or tapping a keyboard shortcut) and nothing more. Pairing is really …

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How to play Commodore 64 games on Linux

how to play commodore 64 games on linux How to play Commodore 64 games on Linux

Commodore 64 was one of the best-selling home computer systems of its time. Sadly, that time is long passed, and the machine isn’t in production anymore. The only way to enjoy it in modern times is with emulation. On Linux, you can play Commodore 64 games through the Vice emulator. …

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How to improve Linux performance in a VirtualBox VM

how to improve linux performance in a virtualbox vm How to improve Linux performance in a VirtualBox VM

VirtualBox virtual machines are slow, thanks to the default VM configuration. If you use VirtualBox to run Linux, you may notice that performance isn’t great, and are looking for ways to improve it. It is possible to improve your Linux VM’s performance by tweaking settings in VirtualBox. Follow along in …

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How to play No Man’s Sky on Linux

how to play no mans sky on linux How to play No Man’s Sky on Linux

No Man’s Sky is an expansive survival game set in a massive universe, filled with different planets and star systems to explore. The object of the game is to explore the vast universe in your spaceship, colonize various planets you discover, and build things. The game never had a Linux …

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How to install an add-on in Minecraft on Windows 10

how to install an add on in minecraft on windows 10 How to install an add-on in Minecraft on Windows 10

We covered a few different tutorials on customizing Minecraft UWP. This version of the app is a bit different from its Java counterpart, and so installing shaders or skins is different as well. That said, the UWP version tries to keep up with the Java version in terms of features. …

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How to check GPU temperature on Linux

how to check gpu temperature on linux How to check GPU temperature on Linux

Is your graphics card getting a bit hot while using Linux? Are you wondering what the temperature is, but are unable to check it? If so, follow along with this guide and learn how to check your GPU temperature on Linux! Lm_Sensors Lm_Sensors is a command-line sensor detecting application that …

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