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Tweak Windows 10 with WinSlap

WinSlap is a free open source program for Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system to quickly modify system settings and tweak the system. Designed for use right after installation on first use, it […]

Tagcomplete is a freeware tool that tags songs automatically using a community built database

Tagcomplete is a freeware tool that tags songs automatically using a community built database

Having your music library tagged properly can be very helpful.  Whether you're in the mood for a particular genre or artist, or you just want to keep things nice ang organized, tags […]

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How to browse hashtags on YouTube

Google introduced a change to its YouTube video site this week that brings dedicated hashtag pages to the site. Hashtags are used by video publishers to label content; a tech video could […]

Ghacks Deals: BitDegree Academy AWS Online Courses & Practice Exams

BitDegree Academy AWS Online Courses & Practice Exams is an eLearning course that teaches you core AWS concepts and preps you to pass the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification exam. Here is […]

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Microsoft Windows Security Updates January 2021 overview

Today is the first patch day of the year 2021. Microsoft released security updates and non-security updates for the company's Windows operating system and other company products such as Microsoft Office. In […]

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Thunderbird 78.6.1 is a security and bug fix update

Thunderbird 78.6.1 has been released on January 11, 2021. The new version of the open source cross-platform email client fixes a single critical security issue (the same that affected the Firefox browser […]

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Microsoft Edge's download management is going to improve soon

Microsoft's Edge web browser lists downloads in the main interface during the session and on the dedicated Downloads page. The listing in the main interface takes away space that websites use usually, […]

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Make a temporary copy of a region on Windows with RaptureReplica

RaptureReplica is a free application for Microsoft Windows devices to make a temporary copy of a region displayed on the screen. The temporary copy remains on top and may be moved around […]

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SyncTrayzor is an open source Syncthing client for Windows

Syncthing is a popular peer-to-peer file sharing/synchronization software. It uses a web GUI which can be a little confusing for beginners. SyncTrayzor is an open source client that makes the P2P tool […]

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Display custom Battery Icons on Windows devices

Battery Icons is a freeware for Microsoft Windows devices that displays a battery level indicator in the system tray area when executed. It is designed to replace the default battery indicator of […]

Firefox 86: AVIF support enabled by default

Mozilla plans to enable support for the AVIF format in Firefox 86 Stable so that AVIF image files will be displayed just like any other supported image format in the web browser. […]

Batch rename files with the open source tool File Renamer Diff

Batch rename files with the open source tool File Renamer Diff

Advanced Renamer is my go-to choice when I have to rename several files at once. If I had to pick one flaw in it, I'd say it is probably the interface as […]

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Password Manager KeePass 2.47 has been released

A new version of the versatile password manager KeePass is now available. KeePass 2.47 introduces new features, improvements and fixes, and is already available as a download from the developer site. You […]

Quick Commands is a Firefox extension that works similar to Vivaldi's shortcuts

Quick Commands is a Firefox extension that works like Vivaldi's shortcuts

Vivaldi users may be familiar with a feature called Quick Commands. These are keyboard shortcuts which allow you to do various things quickly like switching tabs, finding a specific tab, do an […]

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7 Tips to make you more efficient on eBay as a Buyer

The auction site and marketplace ebay is a popular destination when it comes to buying things online. I use it predominantly to find items that are not available in shops anymore, e.g. […]

We no longer recommend the Chrome extension The Great Suspender. Here is why!

The Great Suspender is a popular Chrome extension with more than 2 million users on Google's platform alone. The extension is designed to improve the RAM use of the Chrome browser by […]

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Linux Mint 20.1 long-term support release is out

Linux Mint 20.1 is now available; the first stable release of Linux Mint in 20.1 is available in the three flavors Cinnamon, MATE and Xfce. The new version of the Linux distribution […]

Force programs to start in maximized mode with Maximize Always

Force programs to start in maximized mode with Maximize Always

We have reviewed many programs that allow you to minimize windows to the system tray, or hide them. Check out Traymond, MinimizeToTray, or the built-in run as minimized option of the Windows […]