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Handy Google Chrome Shortcuts to Use Now

Personally, I love to use chrome in my Windows operating system. It has more useful features than other browsers I have ever seen. You can also use Chrome on your Mac. So, If you learn some useful Google Chrome shortcuts and keys then you will able to browse faster. To save your time and get […]

The most insane custom PCs we saw at Computex 2018

Computex always brings some crazy new components to the PC market, and what better way to show them off than by integrating them into a bonkers custom PC build? From liquid submersion cooling to Star Wars inspiration to high art, there’s a bit of everything when it comes to the custom PCs of Computex. They […]

How To Go Incognito In Chrome, Safari & Other Browsers

Michael Grothaus 25/07/2018 – 2:42pm Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge all let you browse privately. Browser incognito modes, or “privacy modes” as they are more colloquially known, were first introduced by Apple. In 2005, the company launched the first “Private Browsing” mode in Safari 2.0. Since then, privacy modes have been added to Google Chrome […]

Chime in: Do you even use Windows 10 notifications?

Notifications are great on our smartphones. They allow us to see what’s coming in as it happens, and with the addition of an Action Center, allow us to see everything that we’ve missed. But on PC, notifications are a different story. I’ve noticed lots of people say they don’t like notifications on Windows. They say […]

Chime-in: What do you think of Sea of Thieves so far?

Sea of Thieves is an upcoming pirate multiplayer game from the legendary Rare, exclusive to the Xbox One and Windows 10 platforms. In Sea of Thieves, crews of up to four players can sail around a vast oceanic world, solving riddles, finding treasure, battling mythical creatures (including the Kraken), all while earning piles of cosmetic […]

Change Default Screenshot File Format on Mac OS X

style=”display:block” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-6830082075718194″ data-ad-slot=”1132902868″ data-ad-format=”auto”/> What’s great about having a Macbook is that you are able to create screenshots easily without having to install and third party apps. No matter what OS X version you are using, you will still have the same default commands in order to take a screenshot. You can also choose whether […]

Windows Central Podcst 89: Andromeda Talk

We’re back with another exciting episode of the Window Central Podcast. This week, Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden talk general availability of the Windows 10 April Update, new Andromeda patents and how Andromeda is not the Surface Phone, Windows 10 Lean, Xbox, and a whole lot more. Help us make this show the best Microsoft […]