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There are people who own great headphones that don't have a built-in microphone. Others have excellent gaming headsets, but their built-in microphones just broke. What can you do in such a situation? The answer is to look for a good headset microphone that can attach to any type of headphones. If you can find a wireless one, that's even better. That's exactly what Antlion Audio aims to offer with its ModMic Wireless microphone. We received it for testing, and we've used it thoroughly for the last couple of days. Read this review and see whether it is a good option for you:
The Windows 10 libraries are virtual collections of folders on your system. Microsoft did not enable the libraries in Windows 10 by default, although many users consider them a must-have when it comes to finding and organizing files. This tutorial illustrates three ways to enable the Windows 10 libraries and show them in File Explorer, as well as the Save As and Open dialogues:
By default, the Android operating system saves all your screenshots using the PNG file format. But what if you want to change the screenshot format from PNG to JPG? Or what if your phone's manufacturer changed this default behavior and your new Android device stores screenshots as JPG files? You may then want to change the screenshot format from JPG to PNG. This tutorial shows how to switch the screenshot format on your Android smartphone or tablet, regardless of whether you want JPG or PNG for your images:
If you've taken the time to protect your data using BitLocker To Go, you might want to understand the options you have for managing your encrypted USB memory stick or flash drive. Basic usage includes nothing more than entering your password, but you need to know more for special circumstances. Perhaps you want to change the password, add a smart card as a second unlock method, or reprint your recovery key to ensure you can unlock your drive no matter what happens. Whatever your reasons, BitLocker provides a series of options for managing your drive that make the job simple.
Did you link your Android smartphone or your iPhone with your Windows 10 PC? You don't find the Your Phone app from Windows 10 useful? Maybe it crashes a lot, and you want to remove your phone and disconnect it from your computer? It doesn't matter what phone you use (Android or iPhone), the process for disconnecting it from Windows 10 is the same. Here's how it works:
As implied by their name, the Android Quick Settings provide fast access to different features on your smartphone or tablet. Instead of wasting time digging through settings and menus, you can use the switches in the Quick Settings menu to toggle features like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or the Flashlight on your Android device. And there are so many Android Quick Settings available that you rarely have to open the Settings app these days.
While having the ability to restore your system from a restore point is one of Windows' most useful features, it may be that some people will want to turn it off for all or some of their partitions. Others may wish to change how much space is used for System Restore and assign more or less. To help you out, this guide shows you how to configure System Restore in Windows 10, how much drive space it uses, and how to enable or disable it for one partition or another:
It's important to know how to sort, group, and filter files and folders in Windows 10, especially if you work with a lot of them. No matter how hard you try to organize everything, it may be difficult at times to find a specific item or set of items. That's why File Explorer includes plenty of options for sorting, grouping, and filtering files and folders, using all kinds of criteria in Windows 10.
Showing the battery percentage on Android, in addition to the default icon, is essential if you want to keep a close eye on your device's battery life. If you, like us, depend on your smartphone or tablet to get through the day, turn on battery percentage to check exactly how much battery is left whenever you use your device. Luckily, the steps involved to always display the remaining battery life are not complicated. This tutorial illustrates how to turn on battery percentage on your Android smartphone or tablet:
When you install Windows 10 or set it up for the first time, the operating system invites you to create a Microsoft account. However, during the setup process, you only get to configure one Microsoft account. What if you need to use more than one Microsoft account on your Windows 10 PC? What if you want to create another all-new user account on your PC, using a Microsoft account? If this is what you want, here's how to add a Microsoft account to Windows 10: