• Fri. Jan 28th, 2022

How To Manage Your Zoom Recordings History

Recording a Zoom meeting for future reference is a better way to preserve a record of a meeting than taking notes. Meetings can be recorded locally to your computer or…

How To Merge Cells, Columns & Rows In Excel

When working with data in Excel, it’s common to merge cells, columns, and rows to combine numbers or text. There are different reasons you may need to merge information in…

How to Open an HTML File in Google Chrome

Understanding HTML code and how to work with it can go a long way. You can use it in your everyday work, like creating HTML signatures to make your email…

How to Record a Zoom Meeting

Recording a hosted Zoom meeting is useful for those who couldn’t attend the meeting live. It’s also helpful to be able to refer to a section of a video later…

How to Release and Renew an IP Address

Whenever you have internet problems, the cause could be a multitude of things. However, sometimes, the fix is a simple release and renew of your IP address. What does it…

How to Restrict Editing on Word Documents

Microsoft Word comes preloaded with many features to let you create and edit your documents. One of those features lets you restrict editing in Word. When you enable the feature,…

How To Rotate Text & Images In Photoshop

Have you ever taken a horizontal picture that you want to put in a vertical frame? Or have you embedded an image on top of a background and then wanted…

How To Stop Chrome Notifications & Other Chrome Annoyances

Are you tired of getting annoying notifications, pop-ups , and ads such as interstitials and overlays while browsing the web on your Chrome browser? You are not alone. With a…

Install and Setup a Website in IIS on Windows 10

If you want to learn more about web design and development, installing Internet Information Services (IIS) on your Windows 10 computer is a good method. IIS is a free Windows…

Oculus Link Hands-On Review: Better Than Beta

The very best VR experiences are still to be found on computers with powerful GPUs and CPUs , which usually means tethering yourself to the machine with a cable. The…