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Are you getting irrelevant results in your search? Do you ever want to exclude a word from your Google search?

In the browser just add a dash before the word and the search engine will remove all results containing that word.

Are you tired of typing?
Well, you can use voice command to write your articles out on Google docs by simply enabling Voice Typing from the tools menu.

Are you attempting to search for an exact set of words on the internet?

On Google you can use quotation marks to find that exact text or quote.

Is your computer experiencing speed issues? Are you seeing the old version of a website? Try clearing your cache by pressing Ctrl + Shift + R.

Note: this will also refresh your page.

Do you ever find yourself wondering what color or font is a website using? 

There is no need to download any browser plugin, just right-click and click inspect or CTRL + Shift + I and you will see the fonts, and colors that the website is using.

Do you ever find yourself reading a long article and can’t seem to find the information you need?

By typing CTRL + F you can type in keywords to find the information you need. All of the same keywords found on the text will be highlighted green and you can skip through them using the two arrows on the top right search bar.

Taking a screenshot of the whole screen is common, but it could threaten your security. To protect confidential information on your computer screen, you can take a screenshot that reveals only the information you want to be seen by others.

On a Mac, press Command + Shift + 5 to produce a rectangle that you can resize and reposition in order to capture only what is desired.

On Windows 10 enter the Search Bar and type Snipping Tool. This will bring up a helpful tool that lets you capture what you desire.

Does it take you 3 tries to plug in your USB cable?
Worry no more, just by facing the logo of the USB cable up if the plug is set horizontally. If it is set vertically make sure the logo of the USB is facing to your right.

Now you will be able to plug in your USB cable first try!

We have all closed a tab and wanted to reopen it.

When you find yourself in this position you can quickly press control+shift+t to reopen the latest tab you closed.

Or you can click the three dots under the close tab button on the top right and view your history by selecting the fourth option “history” and open your full browsing history.

How to Reset Your Router

There may come a time when you will need to reset the network router in your home. If you are having trouble connecting to the internet, you have forgotten the wireless security key to your network, or you can’t seem to recall the administrator password, then it may be time

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