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What does it mean to use technology productively? How do you use devices and computers with Windows, Android, or iOS? Which gadgets make your work easier? How to personalize the operating system and the gadgets that you are using?

How to use tabs in Windows 11’s File Explorer

Are there tabs in File Explorer? Many readers have asked this question in their emails to us and luckily, Microsoft has recently released this very requested feature for File Explorer. Unfortunately, Windows 10 won’t get this functionality so you must switch to...

How to add a USB printer on your Windows computer

Printers are a familiar presence in homes and offices all over the world. To be able to print anything on your printer, you must connect it to your computer and install it. The most common way to install a computer printer near you is by using a USB cable. If you do not know how to...

How to print an image or poster on multiple pages

Have you ever needed to print a large image, but your printer can only use standard A4, US Letter, or A3 paper sizes? If you want to print a large poster or a large map, and you can’t find or afford a specialized shop that prints it for you at the required dimensions, you can use...

How to print from a Windows computer (Ctrl + P)

Do you need to know how to print on Windows 10 or Windows 11 from any app you might be using? Although printing is not as easy as it should be, it is not overly complicated either. It all depends on your Windows version and the app you want to print from. In most situations, you can...

4 ways to customize and improve the Start Menu in Windows 11

The Windows 11 Start Menu looks and works differently from the one in Windows 10. Gone are the controversial tiles, and we welcome back the simple shortcuts from the Windows 7 era. The differences don’t stop here, as the Windows 11 Start Menu doesn’t only...

G.Skill Trident Z5 Neo DDR5-6000 32GB review: Excellent for AMD Ryzen!

Both AMD and Intel now have processors that can use DDR5 RAM. And a consequence is that more and more new DDR5 memory kits are available in stores worldwide. G.Skill is a renowned company in this niche, making some of the best RAM modules in the world. Recently, I’ve tested one of...

Windows 11 Media Creation Tool: Create a setup USB stick or ISO file

Do you want to install Windows 11 2022 Update (version 22H2)? Unless you intend to upgrade from Windows 10 using Windows Update or the Windows 11 Installation Assistant, you’ll need to download an ISO file with the setup files and then write it on a Windows 11...

Check times in different countries with the Windows Clock app

Whether it’s friends, family, or even coworkers, many of us keep in touch with people who live in completely different time zones. As such, there are times when you find yourself wondering about the time in another country before reaching out. Luckily, the Clock app,...

Kingston Fury Beast RGB DDR5-6000 32GB review: Great for both AMD & Intel

AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processors are already here, and Intel’s 13th generation of CPUs is just around the corner. To match the performance they offer, new DDR5 memory modules are also coming our way. Some of the most interesting ones are made by Kingston, and today, I’m...

ASUS ROG Crosshair X670E Hero review: The high-end motherboard

After the recent launch of AMD Ryzen 7000 processors, compatible motherboards are slowly but surely surfacing on the market. One of the most interesting ones is the new ASUS ROG Crosshair X670E Hero, a high-end motherboard equipped with PCI Express 5.0 and USB 4 ports that also...

What can we learn from the energy efficiency of supercomputers?

Just as cloud computing solutions have created new opportunities for companies to engage with customers and enabled a new, more flexible way of working, supercomputers are opening up new avenues for innovation by accelerating the speed of product research and development. Finally,...

How to install Windows 11 from USB, DVD, or ISO

When writing this article, Windows 11 has just received its first major update: Windows 11 2022 Update or 22H2. It brings several new features and quality of life improvements, so you may want to get your hands on it as soon as possible. If you don’t want to wait to receive it via...

AMD Ryzen 7 7700X review: Top-notch gaming performance

Out of the four new Ryzen 7000 processors that AMD just launched, the Ryzen 7 7700X is one of the most interesting and most expected. Equipped with eight cores and 16 execution threads, this CPU can reach frequencies as high as 5.4 GHz without any kind of overclocking. Which you can...

AMD Ryzen 9 7950X review: Fast, faster, the fastest!

After teasing us with formidable specs and in-house benchmark results, AMD officially launched the Ryzen 7000 series of processors today. There are four new models out, ranging from enthusiast to high-end and mid-range, and the best of them is the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X. Featuring 16...

How to print to PDF on Windows 10 and Windows 11

PDF files are excellent containers for web pages, documents and images, and other things. And you may have worked on a document that you don’t want others to change, so you want to print it directly as a PDF file, and only then share it with others. Or you may have found some...

How to check the Windows 11 version and edition

Now, one year after the launch of Windows 11, Microsoft has released its first major update for this operating system (OS): Windows 11 2022 Update or version 22H2. This is only the first of many major updates to come, and many people don’t really know whether they have the latest...

What’s new in Windows 11 2022 Update (version 22H2)

Microsoft has finalized the first major update to Windows 11. It is named Windows 11 2022 Update or Windows 11 version 22H2. The update is available starting September 20th, 2022 and will be slowly rolled out via Windows Update. However, people eager to try it out can...

How to reinstall all the Windows default apps with PowerShell

Some people do not like the universal apps installed by default In Windows 10 or Windows 11 and want to get rid of them. They can manually uninstall most of them using the Settings app or PowerShell. Apps like Calendar, Mail, Camera, Photos, or Candy...