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On your Android device, Google's Play Store is the portal to your favorite content, so knowing how to open it can come in handy. You use it to download apps, games, and all kinds of digital content. It also handles updates for your apps. This tutorial teaches you all the ways to open the Google Play Store app on your Android smartphone or tablet:
An ISO file is a disk image that stores the content and the structure of a disk, whether it's a CD, DVD, Blu-Ray disc, hard disk drive, or a USB flash drive, into a single file, with the extension ".iso". Windows 10 has a built-in app, named "Windows Disc Image Burner", which can be used to burn ISO files to any kind of disc. The app is easy to use and helpful, eliminating the need for third-party apps to complete the task. Here is how to burn ISO files to a disc, in Windows 10:
Although Google Assistant can come in handy on your Android smartphone, some of us can't disable it fast enough. Whether you don't feel like having your devices listen to your every word, or you simply had enough creepy moments when Google Assistant answered unprompted, it's useful to be able to turn it off sometimes. This tutorial shows you how to disable Google Assistant on your Android smartphone or tablet. The process is pretty straightforward, so let's get started:
In Windows 10, you can change any shortcut icon, whether it's a regular one linking to an app, file, folder, or web page or one of the standard desktop icons. This is useful if you dislike the default icon of an app or if you want to add a personal touch to your Windows 10 computer or device. Changing the icons for certain shortcuts, especially when it comes to the ones with boring, generic icons, such as files, folders, and web pages, can also help you find and access them faster.
The ASUS ROG Chakram gaming mouse is one of the most innovative devices that ASUS has announced in 2019. It's a mouse that not only promises top-notch performance and excellent quality, but also has a built-in joystick! Did you ever use anything like that? Well, ASUS made it a reality, and the ROG Chakram tries to blend two different gaming devices - the mouse and the joystick - into one. For this review, we also received the ASUS ROG Strix Slice mouse pad, which offers a no-friction surface that should make your mouse very fast when it glides.
While desktop icons or shortcuts are useful, knowing how to add or remove them helps you avoid clutter and keep your desktop screen tidy. Showing only one icon by default, Windows 10 appears to encourage a "clean" desktop, but you can add as many shortcuts as you want, as long as they fit on your screen. This tutorial illustrates how to add and remove desktop icons or shortcuts, helping you quickly access whatever you need on your Windows 10 computer or device:
One of the recent additions to AMD's lineup of video cards is the Radeon RX 5500 XT GPU, for which the company didn't release any reference cards. The good news, though, is that other manufacturers, such as ASUS, have already released their own implementations of the Radeon 5500 XT. In this review, we're going to tell you about the ASUS ROG Strix Radeon RX 5500 XT graphics card, what it can do, and what its performance is in games and benchmarks. Should you be curious about it, read on:
Did you know that, if you have a Windows 10 laptop, tablet, or 2-in-1 device such as a Surface Pro, you can use the WPS standard to make quick connections to Wi-Fi networks without having to type in the passwords of wireless networks? Here's a complete guide for how to connect to Wi-Fi through WPS in Windows 10, on any PC, laptop, or device with a wireless network card:
If you're using a computer with an AMD Radeon graphics card, and you install the official Adrenalin drivers for it, you may encounter an annoying feature: when you are playing games or using full-screen apps, you see a Radeon Software prompt in the corner of the screen, prompting you to press ALT+R to open. If you want to get rid of the overlay showing this message, read this tutorial:
Are the DNS servers provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP) too slow? Are you concerned about online security? Or maybe you want to protect your children from inappropriate websites? Whatever the reason, changing your computer's DNS servers to something new, like the public DNS servers maintained by Cloudflare, Google, or OpenDNS can be helpful. Here are three ways to set DNS servers in Windows 10: