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Customize Focus Assist on Windows 10 (formerly Quiet Hours)

Quiet Hours was first implemented in Windows 8 and worked like Do Not Disturb on other operating systems. Now, the feature received even more options and also a name change being available as Focus Assist. In today's post, we'll discuss how you can customize Focus Assist on Windows 10. Before anything...

Install fonts from Microsoft Store in Windows 10

Microsoft has recently made fonts available in their official Store. This means you can download and install fonts from Microsoft Store in Windows 10 just like you would apps and games. This new feature is available starting with build 17083. This means that you can use it right away if...

Stop Skype from automatically signing in on Windows 10

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Force quit multiple Mac apps at the same time

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[Guide] Automatically login in Windows 10

Some people are highly annoyed by the fact they're forced to always type their password on the Windows 10 login screen instead of booting straight to the desktop or Start screen. Truth be told, manually entering the password every time the system starts is a robust security measure but...

[Guide] Connect your phone to your Windows PC

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How To Add two-factor Authentication to Steam

With Steam being such a popular gaming platform, there are millions of people using it every day. Just like for any other respectable online service, it's possible to add two-factor authentication to Steam for an additional layer of security. Two-factor authentication works in a simple manner - you don't just...

[Guide] Customize equalizer settings per-song in iTunes

Any respectable music player comes with an equalizer. Usually, adjusting the equalizer will affect all songs you play. The exception makes it possible to customize equalizer settings per-song in iTunes. In most music players, adjusting the equalizer levels will apply to all music. While iTunes may have its weaknesses, it...

Change the default audio device in Windows 10

There are various ways you can use to change the default audio device in Windows 10 as well as other sound related options. One of the latest methods relies on the Settings app. As expected, Windows 10 users can select the default output audio device that should be used by...

Disable website “Show notifications” requests in Chrome

It seems like almost any website we open for the first time will show the all-too-annoying "Show notification" request. If you're tired of clicking the "Block" button all the time you can simply disable website "Show notifications" request in Chrome and never see these pop-ups again. Sure, after clicking the...

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