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How to hide recent items for apps on Windows 10

Windows 10 keeps a small record of items/files that a user has accessed. This record is maintained on a per-app basis and is maintained across multiple sessions. The items that have been accessed are categorized as ‘Recent’ items and are shown when a user right-clicks an app tile on the Start menu, right-clicks an app in the apps’ list, right-clicks...

How to fix attached images do not show in Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams has a convenient Files tab for each chat channel. This tab lists all the files that have been shared over a particular channel, making it easier to find them all. The Files tab will show you all types of files that have been shared; documents, images, videos, etc. You will find though that certain images do not show up in the File tab....

How to send Spotify to the system tray on Linux

Although Spotify is available on Linux, it does not support the feature that other platforms have where it is possible to send the Spotify app to the system tray, out of sight. Sadly, the Spotify developers haven’t added this feature to the Linux version of the app, and there’s no way of knowing if it will ever come. Thankfully, it is possible to send...

How test out Mac OS 8 on Linux

Macintosh.js is an Electron (web-based) virtual machine that allows the user to experience Mac OS 8 as if they had a real Mac OS computer. The VM comes with a wide variety of applications, games, and tools you can use out of nostalgia. As Macintosh.js is a web-based utility, you will not need to make use of Oracle VM VirtualBox to use it. Instead,...

How to play The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard on Linux

The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard is an RPG game developed by Bethesda Softwares. The game takes place on the island of Stros M’kai, and follows a young boy named Cyrus. In this guide, we’ll show you how to get The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard up and running on Linux. Download The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard The Elder Scrolls Adventures:...

How to set up Cloudflare privacy-focused DNS on Linux

Cloudflare’s DNS system aims to provide users with the means to browse the internet without worrying about privacy violations. If you’re a Linux user who’s not happy with your ISP, or the big data companies tracking what you browse online, this DNS system is one to check out. In this guide, we’ll go over how to set up the Cloudflare DNS system on Gnome...

How to set up 1Password on Linux

For years, 1Password hasn’t paid much attention to the Linux platform. Sure, they’ve made it possible to use the service using the Firefox or Chrome browser extensions, and they even have a useful (albeit confusing) terminal application that users can use to bride the gap. Still, they’ve never released the official desktop app. That has changed. As...

How to change the default browser on iPhone

iOS 14 has been released and it has quite a few new interesting features. A new iPhone release is still pending at this time but the OS update has some features worth checking out. One noteworthy feature in this new version is the ability to change the default browser on an iPhone. Change default browser on iPhone Make sure you’ve updated to iOS 14...

How to save Snip & Sketch screenshots on Windows 10

Windows 10 has two different built-in ways for taking screenshots; Snip & Sketch (Ctrl + Shift + S shortcut), and the Win+PrntScrn tool. The Snip & Sketch tool offers different ways to take screenshots i.g., a window, or a part of the screen, and it has an editor that you can use to annotate the screenshot you’ve taken. The Win+PrntScrn tool...

How to blur the background in Google Meet

Google has three online meeting tools; Duo, Hangouts, and Meet. With the on-going pandemic and the sharp increase in the use of online meeting tools, Google has chosen to push Google Meet to users looking for a new and reliable solution for online audio/video calls. Blur background in Google Meet Up until this pandemic, online audio/video calling...

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