Over time, Excel spreadsheets can become monstrously large and difficult to open, edit and share. There’s a simple way to manage this.
Most PCs have loads of special fonts, including some that are designed to look like rustic handwriting. You can go one step further and create a PC font made up of your own handwriting.
To take a picture of your PC’s screen, most people know to press the PrtScn key (for Print Screen), which places an image of the screen on your clipboard ready to paste it into other applications.
Windows 10 has a built-in screen recorder that’s designed primarily to capture footage of your video games, but can easily be duped into filming ordinary desktop operations. To use it, you first need to activate it. Click the Windows Icon in the lower left corner and open Settings. Now click Gaming and then Game Bar […]
Occasionally when viewing a web page, you might need to zoom in or out to view the content more appropriately (photo detail or fine print). There is a simple keyboard shortcut that works with most web browsers, including Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Firefox. Hold the Control key (Ctrl) and then tap the + key […]
If you need to choose loads of files from a list, it might be easier if they had little checkboxes.
Google Docs does a great job editing text and formatting pages, but if you’re a power user, you might want to learn more tricks.
The recent update to Windows 10 includes a new feature called Dynamic Lock, which allows your PC to lock automatically when left unattended.
Taking a screenshot on your Windows PC is as simple as pressing the Print Screen (PrtSc) key, which copies the image to the clipboard so you can paste it wherever you want to use it.