Ever noticed full-width text “L I K E T H I S” on the Internet? There’s a lot more going on than you might think. Let’s discuss the origins of this trend.
Sometimes you’re looking for something on Reddit and the only text you find is [deleted] text. Here’s how you can access those deleted comments on Reddit.
Ever wondered how Emoji work? They’re more than just a fun way to express yourself via SMS or online. Here’s a closer look at these popular characters.
Having to mark checkboxes one by one on a web page can be frustrating and time consuming. Here are some ways to save time by marking numerous checkboxes at once.
Looking for a web browser that is focused on privacy? Brave web browser may be just what you’re looking for; it automatically blocks ads and trackers.
Ever come across a website with cool web design elements that you wanted to use yourself? Here are some browser extensions to help learn more about sites.
We’ve already outlined three of the best direct replacements for Notepad in a previous article. However, if you are looking for more options, here are some text editors that deviate from Notepad’s fundamental design.
Typefaces can shape a century of knowledge in their own way. In this article we take a look at those that shaped the period between 1900 and present day.
Interested in converting your pictures/text to ASCII art? Here are three converters you should check out.
Overtype allows you to write a word, move the cursor into the middle of the word, and replace the characters previously typed. Here are some of its benefits.
Notepad is a very lightweight text editor for Windows with very few options. If you’re looking for more powerful alternatives, here are some to check out.
Wondering about the difference between OpenType and TrueType? This article explains the difference between these two most common font formats to help you choose the best one for your needs.
It can feel like everything you download has some legalese attached to it. This article casts some light on the different open source licenses available.
Looking for some cool, unique typefaces to help jazz up your Web and graphic designs? Here are a few fonts worth checking out that you probably don’t know about.
If you’ve ever saved a document for use on another computer, you know there are a number of file formats to choose from. In this article we cover the many file formats that relate to documents.
Regshot is an open-source registry compare utility that allows you to quickly take a snapshot of your registry and compare it with a second one – done after doing system changes or installing a new software product.
It should not come as a surprise that computers do a lot of things in the background. In this article we tackle just what happens when installing software on Windows.
Have you ever wished that you could have tabs in Windows Explorer? Clover is a software for Windows that allows you to do that. Here’s how it works.
Many websites require viewers to have an account to use certain features. If you intend to view content without making an account, here’s how to do so using disposable accounts.
Looking for software to help you identify and correct your music library? Musicbrainz Picard is a simple tool to do just that. Check it out.
Do you like to keep your music library organized by using tags? Let’s take a look at the music ID3 tagging systems that define how we approach digital music.
Windows doesn’t have a tool for viewing file checksum by default, so we’re going to show you how to see file checksums using software called HashTab.
Looking to change up the way tabs work in Firefox? Meet the Tree Style Tabs add-on, a different approach to the traditional “browser with tabs.”
Vertical tabs change the playing field. In this article we’ll show you how to get them in browsers that support them: Vivaldi, Firefox and Chrome.
Unfortunately, options to rename tab in Chrome is quite limited. Here are a few options you can use to rename tabs in Chrome.
If you have a large monitor, Microsoft Word displays more than one page at a time. If you’re looking to only see one page at a time, here’s how to change that.
Sometimes you have too many tabs open. Luckily, there are a few solutions for this, such as coloured tabs. Here’s how to change tab colours in Firefox.
Tabs make everything easier and allow you to open multiple items as once. If you want to add tabs to the Microsoft Office interface, this guide is for you.
Are you interested in adjusting the play count in iTunes manually? If so, this tutorial will show you just how to do that on Windows.
If you’ve ever wondered how to get those little ‘explicit’ and ‘clean’ tags next to your songs in iTunes, here’s how to do that.
DPCustomMono is a font intended solely for proofreading. Read on to learn about its functionality and find out why it’s well worth trying on your OS.
There are numerous monospace fonts included on computers; the Courier family is the most famous. Here’s everything you need to know about this font.
The Ribbon UI has been around since Microsoft Office 2007, and there are numerous workarounds to restore the classic menu layout. Here are some options.
Apple’s iOS devices just don’t play well with YouTube. However, you can turn the screen off and play videos in the background by following these easy steps.
There are various websites that let you upload files and scan them through numerous antivirus programs. Best of all, they’re free. Here’s a look at them.
Tired of Microsoft Word or looking for a lighter, more feature-rich word processing program? Here are two alternatives to Microsoft Word worth checking out.
Want to learn more about the signature line on software installer windows? Read on to learn what this one line means and why you should be aware of it.
Need to download the previous version of a specific Windows program? Here are 3 reliable sources to download the last freeware versions of Windows software.
Have you ever wondered how an older version of a program compares to the latest release? Here’s how you can download older versions of software to find out.
Zotero is the only research tool that automatically senses content in your web browser, allowing you to add it to your personal library with a single click.
Ever searched for a browser extension but couldn’t find one to fit your needs? Us too! Here are some browser extensions we’d really like to see.
In this article, we follow Chrome from its most experimental stage to mainstream release. Learn more about each channel and see which one is best for you.
Writage, a plugin for writing Markdown in Microsoft Word, is perfect if you prefer Word’s rich interface & features, but is it the best option? Let’s find out.
Should you wish to use any variants that go into making Firefox a complete web browser, you can choose freely. Here’s how those Firefox releases work.
Are you looking for ways to change the color of the file name in Windows? This is possible, albeit limited. Here’s the step-by-step guide.
When installing software in Windows, delivery can occur in a few formats: mainly .exe and .msi. What is the difference between the two? Let’s find out.
Bad Translator manages to highlight every pitfall of online translation, running text through up to 43 languages, before bringing it back to English.
Not everyone finds reading from a computer screen to be easy. Yes, Windows Magnifier exists, and here are 3 more magnifying alternatives you may prefer.
The landscape for web browsers has changed a great deal. Vivaldi is an ambitious newcomer, and we’re going to find out if it’s one worth watching.
Microsoft Word comes with options for the Flesch-Kincaid scales to check your document’s readability and complexity. Here is how you can enable it.