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: Set up and use the Chromecast from your PC or smartphone

The Chromecast is a name frequently mentioned in tech discussions and there are plenty of good reasons for that. This tiny little device can instantly turn dumb TVs into smart devices while it simultaneously frees up your hands by allowing you to “cast” content directly on your TV without...

Merge videos in Windows 10 without third-party tools

The Fall Creators Update has brought back the ability to merge videos in Windows 10 without third-party tools, among other basic video editing options. This is great news since at the start of 2017, Windows Movie Maker was discontinued and new Windows 10 computers were left without stock video...

[How To] Play OGG files on Windows 10

While there are plenty of file viewers supporting an impressive collection of formats, there will always be some file types you'll have a hard time finding apps capable of accessing them. Windows 10 has added native support for MKV files, but even so, there are still some MKV files...

Transfer data from your computer to your phone (iOS and Android)

While Android makes it quite easy to transfer data from your computer to your phone, the process is significantly more complicated for iPhones. Yes, we have iTunes but there are certainly better tools out there. Today we'll show you how you can transfer data from your computer to your phone,...
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....

How To Natively Trim and Split Videos in Windows 10

In earlier versions of Windows, you'd need a third-party tool if you wanted to trim or split a video. The good news is now we can natively trim and split videos in Windows 10. Surprisingly, this feature is not available in the Movies & TV app but in the Photos...

How To Skip intros for TV shows in VLC Player

Some TV shows have super short (almost non-existent) intros like Heroes did. Other shows have intros so long you could make a stand-alone movie out of them such as Game of Thrones, although HBO has done that with some of their other TV shows (they seem to really like...
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 to help you out. I have helped friends and family plenty of times by using the methods I will detail later but know that they...

How To: Create Templates in Windows Journal & Send Journals via Email

Recently we learned how to use basic features of Windows Journal. For example, I showed you how you can create notes and customize them. Today you will learn how you can create your own Windows Journal templates. This method applies in both Windows 7 and 8. Windows Journal Templates As you...

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6 Of the best photo editing apps for Android

If you want to perform some advanced photo editing, your best bet is to do it on a computer but even image editing apps...

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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...