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Google
Kegan Mooney

The Best Google Chrome Extensions for Productivity in 2024

If you’re looking to increase your productivity, picking one or more of the best Google Chrome extensions can not only help increase your productivity but also help you stay focused on the task at hand. Google Chrome is currently the world’s most-used web browser, this is partly due to its

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AI
Kegan Mooney

How AI Can Help Your Business

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a powerful tool that businesses can use to help revolutionize the way they operate. By leveraging AI, businesses can enhance efficiency, improve decision-making, and gain a competitive edge. However, don’t over-rely on AI. It can be wrong. If you are using it to write, people can

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Best Software
Kegan Mooney

The Best Productivity Apps 2024

If you find yourself struggling to hit deadlines and manage your busy schedule, it might be time to take a look at some of the best productivity apps to help you manage your workload. Staying productive is more crucial than ever. Thankfully, there is a wide range of digital tools

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IT Security
Kegan Mooney

Malware Statistics 2024: A Comprehensive Overview

As technology advances, so does the threat landscape, with malware evolving into a significant concern for organizations globally. With a staggering 560,000 new malware instances detected daily and over 1 billion already in circulation, the challenge to secure systems is more pressing than ever. The malware statistics in 2024 are

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Microsoft
Kegan Mooney

How to Find Windows Dump Files on Windows 11

Are you fed up with seeing the notorious BSOD (Blue Screen of Death)? Thankfully every time you see that dreaded blue screen, it creates Windows dump files that offers some insight into what is wrong with your PC. The only issue is, Windows 11 doesn’t make it obvious where to

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Microsoft
Kegan Mooney

How to Roll Back Windows Updates in Windows 11

Sometimes it can be necessary to roll back a Windows update, this might be due to compatibility issues, or the update simply added a feature that’s causing you trouble. However, it’s important to first make sure that rolling back the update won’t cause you any security problems, leaving you vulnerable

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Microsoft
Kegan Mooney

How to Find Windows Dump Files on Windows 11

Are you fed up with seeing the notorious BSOD (Blue Screen of Death)? Thankfully every time you see that dreaded blue screen, it creates Windows dump files that offers some insight into what is wrong with your PC. The only issue is, Windows 11 doesn’t make it obvious where to

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roll-back-windows-11-updates
Microsoft
Kegan Mooney

How to Roll Back Windows Updates in Windows 11

Sometimes it can be necessary to roll back a Windows update, this might be due to compatibility issues, or the update simply added a feature that’s causing you trouble. However, it’s important to first make sure that rolling back the update won’t cause you any security problems, leaving you vulnerable

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Microsoft
Kegan Mooney

How to Calibrate HDR in Windows 11

If you’ve got a HDR capable display, you’re going to want to ensure you’re making the most out of it, and that often includes calibrating HDR in Windows 11 to make sure you are getting the best visual experience possible. Enabling HDR in Windows 11 Before you calibrate HDR, you

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Microsoft
Don Houk

Windows 8.1 Reaches End of Life in January 2023

Windows 8.1, the version of the OS before Windows 10, will reach its end of life in early 2023. While Windows 8 and 8.1 never reached the popularity of Windows XP or Windows 7, it’s important to know how this end of life affects devices still using this platform. Let’s

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Microsoft
Don Houk

A Beginner’s Guide to the Windows Task Manager

While you might have never used the Windows Task Manager or think it’s for advanced users only, this longtime Windows utility is helpful for everyone. Once you know where to look and what it can do, you’ll be a more experienced Windows user. Below is a basic overview of the

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Microsoft
Don Houk

What to Do When Your Sound Doesn’t Work in Windows

Having the audio on your computer fail to work is a problem for many reasons. Whether you can’t hear your colleagues in a Microsoft Teams call, need to hear the sound of an error message going off, or just want to listen to music while you work, a lack of

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Microsoft
Don Houk

Windows 11 Is Coming: Here’s What We Know

For a while, Microsoft called Windows 10 the last version of Windows. It seemed like Windows 10 would become like macOS—updated with revisions regularly, but never really replaced with an all-new version. However, it turns out that this isn’t the case. Microsoft has now announced Windows 11, the successor to

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Microsoft
Don Houk

How to Control Sounds in Windows

By default, Windows makes a lot of noises that can become pretty annoying. Whether you don’t want your computer chirping at you for every little error, or worry that the sounds will disturb someone working nearby, you can tweak and turn off these sounds. Let’s look at a few ways

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Microsoft
Don Houk

5 Ways to Make the Windows Taskbar More Efficient

The Windows taskbar is an important tool for navigating around your computer, but you might not have taken the time to customize it. From removing unnecessary icons to making the taskbar behave differently, there are a lot of tricks that help you work more efficiently with it. Let’s look at

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