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How To Change your color on Windows 10

Posted on August 20th, 2017. Written by:

To change you color in Windows 10 you need to open Settings which you can do by clicking on the cog icon on the start menu. Settings will now open. Now we need to go to the ‘Personalisation’. On the left sidebar, you should be able to see a ‘Colors’ page. The colors page allows […]

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How To Add Printers on Windows 10

Posted on August 10th, 2017. Written by:

First, you will need to open the Settings app by clicking on your Start Menu and clicking on the ‘Settings’ cog icon. Once you are in the Settings app you will need to click on the ‘Devices’ section. Next, click on ‘Add a printer or scanner’. Windows will now search for any printers or scanners […]

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How To Change your Wallpaper on Windows 10

Posted on August 1st, 2017. Written by:

By default, Windows 10 comes with a generic wallpaper which after a few days, you will probably want to change. Changing your Wallpaper Open Settings from your Start Menu and open the Personalization section. The first thing you will see is the Wallpapers section. There are many options to choose from. You can choose to […]

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How To Change your Mouse Cursors on Windows 10

Posted on July 25th, 2017. Written by:

Your mouse is something that you look at every time you use your computer. After a while, you may want to personalise your mouse. Downloading Mouse Cursors There are many websites that allow you to download different mouse cursors. Cursors4U offer a selection of mouse cursors. Change Mouse Cursor Firstly, launch Settings which can be […]

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News Feed to be added to Google’s homepage

Posted on July 21st, 2017. Written by:

The Google homepage as we know it is about to change big time. Google is adding a personalised news feed to its homepage. You will be able to follow topics to get updates. The move will make the Google homepage more like Facebook. It is also most likely that you will need to log in […]

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Pros and Cons of using an Amazon Fire

Posted on July 11th, 2017. Written by:

Late last year I bought myself the 7” version of the Amazon Fire tablet. I’ve been using it for just over six months. Before the Fire, I had an original Nexus 7 from Google. I mainly moved away from it because it was slow and was having problems charging. Mainly, I use my tablet for […]

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Create a Virtual Machine in VirtualBox

Posted on May 27th, 2017. Written by:

We all love to try new things every so often. Different browsers, different designs in PowerPoint. But have you ever tried a different operating system? Like Ubuntu? VirtualBox allows you to create a Virtual Machine in which another operating system can be run on. Like Windows 10 or Linux. For this tutorial you will need: […]

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WordPress Theme Development : FAQs and Getting Started

Posted on January 2nd, 2017. Written by:

Before you start with these tutorials, I am assuming you have at least a small amount of knowledge of HTML, CSS and WordPress. I’m also hoping that you have already installed WordPress onto your server whether that’s locally or somewhere on the internet. We will also require FTP  access to the server where our WordPress installation […]

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Amazon Fire 7″ Tablet Overview

Posted on December 20th, 2016. Written by:

Recently, I purchased an Amazon Fire tablet after my other tablet was getting quite old and outdated. Over the course of the last few years, Amazon has done a great job of the Amazon Fire tablet and other Fire products. When I purchased myself the tablet, I was expecting to be purchasing a fast Android-based […]

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How To Load Google Play on your Amazon Fire

Posted on December 14th, 2016. Written by:

Amazon Fire is a cheap lightweight tablet with decent specs. It works well with most games, but you can sometimes be limited with the choice of content on Amazon’s Undergroup App store. That’s why we can improve your tablet with Google’s Play Store. Why wasn’t it on the Amazon Fire anyway? The Amazon Fire runs […]

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How To Save Documents as PDFs from Microsoft Word

Posted on November 17th, 2016. Written by:

Microsoft Word not only lets you save documents as normal documents, you can also save them as PDFs too. Why would you want to do it? An example of why you would want to do this is so that can more easily share a legal document or share your document over the internet. How do […]

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How To Install VirtualBox on Windows

Posted on November 15th, 2016. Written by:

If you’ve every wanted to use Ubuntu within Windows without dual-booting the Virtual Machines are the way to go. It’s actually simpler than it sounds (if it sounds difficult). Before we can play around in Ubuntu, we need the VM Software to run it inside. We are going to be using Oracle VirtualBox. It’s my […]

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EE TV Unboxing

Posted on November 11th, 2016. Written by:

We have just moved over from our old providers to EE Broadband, Landline and TV. Since the TV box came first, I have decided to unbox and slightly review the EE TV box. For a unboxing, I’m going to show you the lovely gallery below that shows in order the unboxing process of the EE […]

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Master the WordPress 5 Minute Install

Posted on October 25th, 2016. Written by:

WordPress can be very useful when it’s installed. There’s so many things to do! But, what happens when you can’t seem to master the install process? That’s what this is for! To get started, you have two options you can either install WP through your host’s Control Panel. That process is usually called a “One-click […]

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Setup your own Local Development Web Server with XAMPP

Posted on October 2nd, 2016. Written by:

XAMPP is one of the most well known local web servers available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux. And sometimes it can come in useful if you need to install a local version of WordPress to try out the best plugins or themes. So in case you’re looking for how to setup XAMPP, we’ve made this […]

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5 Useful Command Prompt Tricks

Posted on September 25th, 2016. Written by:

CMD Tricks can be really useful at times. You can map network drives, automate shutdowns and alot of other stuff by just using the Command Prompt in Windows. Find your Local IP Address You can find you LAN Address by typing ‘ipconfig’. The local address can found beside ‘IPv4 Address’. So for example, my local […]

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How To: Cast your Computer screen to your Chromecast

Posted on September 19th, 2016. Written by:

Ever really wanted to show someone some cool software you have got straight on your TV? Well, you probably haven’t but I’m going to teach you anyway. 🙂 Chrome! It all starts with the need to have Google Chrome installed. If you don’t already have Chrome (the best browser in my opinion) then download it […]

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