MTE Explains: How Emoji Work

MTE Explains: How Emoji Work

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.

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Unconventional Text Editors for Windows

Unconventional Text Editors for Windows

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.

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Typefaces That Defined a Century

Typefaces That Defined a Century

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.

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Powerful Notepad Alternatives for Windows

Powerful Notepad Alternatives for Windows

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.

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Terrific Typefaces You’re Missing Out On

Terrific Typefaces You’re Missing Out On

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.

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MTE Explains: Common Word Processor File Formats

MTE Explains: Common Word Processor File Formats

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.

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How to Monitor Changes in Windows Registry with RegShot

How to Monitor Changes in Windows Registry with RegShot

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.

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Add Tabs to Windows Explorer Using Clover

Add Tabs to Windows Explorer Using Clover

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.

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MTE Explains: ID3 Tagging on Music

MTE Explains: ID3 Tagging on Music

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.

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How to See File Checksum in Windows

How to See File Checksum in Windows

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.

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How to Easily Rename Tabs in Chrome

How to Easily Rename Tabs in Chrome

Unfortunately, options to rename tab in Chrome is quite limited. Here are a few options you can use to rename tabs in Chrome.

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Add Coloured Tabs to the Firefox Interface

Add Coloured Tabs to the Firefox Interface

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.

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DPCustomMono: The Font for Proofreading?

DPCustomMono: The Font for Proofreading?

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.

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MTE Explains: What is a Monospace Font?

MTE Explains: What is a Monospace Font?

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.

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Two Free Alternatives to Microsoft Word

Two Free Alternatives to Microsoft Word

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.

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Browser Extensions We’d Like to See

Browser Extensions We’d Like to See

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.

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MTE Explains: How Firefox Releases Work

MTE Explains: How Firefox Releases Work

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.

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How to install Chromium in Windows

How to install Chromium in Windows

Chromium isn’t the most straightforward program to install on Windows. If you want to use it, here is how you can install Chromium in Windows.

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Vivaldi: Is it Your Next Web Browser?

Vivaldi: Is it Your Next Web Browser?

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.

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