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8 ways to open the Run command window in Windows

The Run command window allows you to start programs, open files and folders, and access internet resources in all Windows versions. Type a path, a quick command, or environment variable into Windows’ Run, and then click OK or press Enter, and you...

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4, Z Fold4, Buds2 Pro, Watch5, and Watch5 Pro are here!

Today, Samsung has launched several exciting devices. First, we have the Galaxy Z Flip4 and Galaxy Z Fold4, which are available for pre-order and will be shipped starting August 26th. We also have Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro, promising to deliver better audio quality and active noise...

LG UltraGear 24GN650 review: Small monitor for entry-level gaming!

LG has a tradition of making excellent displays, both for TVs and monitors. And that’s also reflected in their gaming monitors series. I’ve had the chance to test some of them, and the last one on my desk was a 24” model called the UltraGear 24GN650. If you’re curious to know...

How to change your PC name in Windows (4 ways)

Many people don’t know this, but all computers have a unique name they received either from Microsoft (when installing Windows), their manufacturer, or their users. A computer’s name is useful mostly when inside a network to separate and identify itself from other computers and...

HUAWEI WiFi Mesh 3 review: Affordable Wi-Fi 6 for large homes!

HUAWEI WiFi Mesh 3 is a whole home Wi-Fi system with a pleasant design, an affordable price, Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, and a focus on ease of use. But does all that make it a great choice for your home? To find out the answer to this question, learn more about this elegant mesh Wi-Fi...

ASUS Prime AP201 looks like a promising MicroATX Case

At the beginning of June, ASUS revealed a new compact computer case specially designed for MicroATX motherboards. Available in either black or white, it’s large enough to fit a standard ATX power supply unit, large processor AIO coolers, and massive graphics cards. If you’re...

What is Wi-Fi calling? How do I enable VoWiFi?

Wi-Fi calling for phones, also dubbed VoWifi, is a technology that has been around for a long time. However, its adoption by mobile carriers is slow, and even today, Voice over Wi-Fi is not supported by all mobile operators and smartphones. Do you want to...

8 ways to open Disk Management (diskmgmt.msc) in Windows

Disk Management or diskmgmt.msc is one of the oldest tools in Windows. Although Microsoft hasn’t updated it for many many years, you can still find it in Windows 11 and Windows 10. It’s relatively easy to use and helpful when you need to manage the drives and...
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What is Miracast, and how do you use it?

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