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Which Opera Browser Should You Use in Android?

If you’re part of the roughly two percent of the Internet that uses the Opera desktop browser (a perfectly respectable choice, to be sure),...

How to Watch Netflix in 4K on a Mac

Watching 4K Netflix on a Mac is unnecessarily complicated. It’s not currently supported in macOS, so you’ll need to run Windows on your Mac—and...

Chrome for Android Has Dark Mode Now.Here’s How to Turn it On

The Chrome desktop browser recently got dark mode on both Mac and Windows, but it’s also available on Android. It’s not quite as straightforward...

Useful Keyboard Shortcuts for the Windows Command Prompt

Even if you use the Windows Command Prompt a lot, you might be surprised at the number of useful keyboard shortcuts it supports. You...

How to Locate Someone’s IP With a Link

Where is the person you’re talking to located? Are they who they say they are? To check, you can have that person click a...

How to Copy Files Using the “install” Command on Linux

install is a versatile file-copying command in Linux and macOS. It’s perfect for the power-user looking for efficiency. Read this article to discover how to...

What is RAT Malware, and Why Is It So Risky?

A Remote Access Trojan (RAT) is a type of malware that allows hackers to monitor and control your computer or network. But how does...

How to Use Excel’s Split Screen Function

Splitting screens, whether vertically or horizontally, is a great way to streamline your workflow when using Excel. Using this feature lets you simultaneously view...

Five Ways to Open Windows Softwares on Mac

Macs have a thriving ecosystem of software, but some programs still only support Windows. Whether you want to use business software or play Windows...

How to Work With Logical Functions in Excel: IF, AND, OR, XOR, NOT

Logical functions are some of the most popular and useful in Excel. They can test values in other cells and perform actions dependent upon...