How to Get Refunds for Apps and Games

Some app and game stores offer refunds for digital purchases, and some don’t. For example, you can get refunds for Android and iPhone apps, or PC games you purchase from Steam or elsewhere. Apple’s App Store and Mac App Store Apple lets you request refunds for apps you purchase, whether you …

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How to Take Scrolling Screenshots in Windows 10

Screenshots are a useful means of showing an example or demonstrating a process. They are a visual means of simplifying the explanation of technical topics. There are several tools available that allow for the capturing of screenshots and Windows even has its own built-in tool. However, have you ever wanted …

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Re-Live 90s Computing In Your Browser Right Now

Remember the 90s? Computers were slow, and connected over dialup, but we loved them anyway. If you ever feel nostalgic for that era you can revisit it online, right now, without leaving your web browser. There are several sites out there that re-create classic software in your browser, and a bunch …

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5 Best Alternatives to Windows 10 Photos App

With Windows 10, Microsoft replaced the good-old Windows Photo Viewer with a newer Photos app. Unfortunately, users, including me, aren’t too happy with this app. It’s complicated and takes a lot of time to load images. If you also don’t like the Photos app (I feel you! *virtual hug*) and …

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How to Disable Notifications on Windows 10

Notifications can be distracting, but Windows 10 has a one-click switch that disables all of them. You can also disable notifications for individual apps, or hide the many other notifications that appear throughout Windows. How to Disable All Notifications Windows 10’s Settings app allows you to control notifications. To launch …

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How to Fix Windows Snap Assist Not Working

Windows Snap Assist is a productivity tool that portions your screen into quarters or halves, allowing you to have multiple applications open at once. If your Snap Assist isn’t behaving properly, here are the most common troubleshooting tips.  Enable It on Control Panel Snap assist isn’t enabled by default on …

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How To Tag Any Windows File For Easy Organization

If Windows Search just isn’t cutting it for helping you find your files, you can give it a little help by adding tags to any Windows file. Tags work more or less like they do in any other system—photo libraries, social networks, et cetera. Unfortunately, there’s no way for Windows …

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How to Use Zsh (or Another Shell) in Windows 10

Ubuntu and the other Linux distributions available on Windows 10 use the Bash shell by default, but that’s not your only option. Windows has a compatibility layer for running Linux software on Windows, and you can use it to run Zsh or whatever shell you prefer. The Zsh shell now …

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