Groove Music Song Properties

Groove Music: What can you do with Microsoft’s music app?

Almost every single person who owns a PC also has a favorite media application that they use for music. Whether you call that Winamp, Windows Media Player, VLC, Spotify, iTunes or whatever else, Microsoft wants you to call it something else: Groove Music. The revamped music app now comes...
TV Movies

How To: Stream movies wirelessly from a computer to a TV

The influx of smart devices can most easily be observed through the progress of televisions. Previously, most people thought of their TVs as nothing more than a display and everything after that was extra. To watch movies on demand, for instance, you had to connect a DVD/Blu-Ray player and...
Google Photos

How To: Organize your images and videos with Google Photos

Google’s Photo service received major changes over the course of 2015, changes that once again brought into on the foreground of online photo backups, fueled by the variety of controversies that these kinds of services encountered last year with the high-profile leaks and subsequent discussions of privacy and security....

[Tutorial] Get YouTube’s ‘picture-in-picture’ on your PC

YouTube largely offers the same features on the web and  mobile, but among the exceptions is the lack of a 'picture-in-picture' option for desktops and laptops. Perhaps it's a bit ironic this functionality is provided by a simple Chrome extension but let's just be grateful it exists. Called YouTube Picture...
PS4 Media Player

[Tutorial] Play music and videos on your PS4

In the summer of 2015, Sony finally published a native multimedia player to the PS4. Though they had to wait for a long time, PS4 owners are now able to play media both through their home servers and through connected USB drives. Because this is still a console, there...
VLC media player

How To: Convert your videos with VLC Media Player

One of the lesser known tools that VLC provides is the ability to convert video and audio files. Although it does not provide as many options as a standalone program and it certainly is not as fast, it is still a very handy utility that you can use on...

How To: Backup your DVD and Blu-Ray movies

Even though media is becoming more and more digitalized, you might still have a huge collection of DVDs and Blu-ray movies that you want to keep. There are plenty of ways to go about this. You can simply transfer them to your computer and keep them there, store them...
Movies & TV Subtitles

How To: Add subtitles to the Movies & TV app

With Windows 10, Microsoft tried to catch up on many areas of multimedia playback as the native Windows tools have traditionally lagged behind third-party solutions. As part of those efforts, Microsoft announced native support for subtitles in the Movies & TV app, the default video player of Windows 10....
Chrome WebP

[Tutorial] How to view and convert Google’s webp images

Anyone who frequently downloads pictures on Chrome, especially around Google’s websites, has probably come across an image format called WebP. Unfortunately for most Windows users, the default image viewers have no idea what to do with WebP files so you can only open them in Chrome as if you...
iTunes Devices

[Tutorial] Move your iTunes library to an external drive

One of the advantages of digital content is that everything lives in your computer, in the cloud, or both. But while you do not have to make space for your CDs, DVDs, and games in your bookshelf, you still have to make space in your hard drive and sometimes,...

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How to open or save as WebP image files in Photoshop

As we discussed before, WebP is Google's modern format for lossy and lossless image compressions. It is basically aimed at replacing JPEG, PNG and GIF...

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Windows Media Player Subtitles

How To: Add subtitles to Windows Media Player

Since loads of people refuse to abandon Windows Media Player but are still having problems with their subtitles, I figured I would make this guide...