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How to Draw on Google Docs

Google Docs is well-known for being a comprehensive text editor, but it also provides some basic, built-in drawing tools that allow users to create basic designs in their documents and give them that special touch….

How to Add Numbers in Google Sheets

You can perform many different mathematical operations in Google Sheets, including the addition of numbers. You can add numbers across columns or rows, or even numbers in different cells. Here’s how it’s done….

How to Screen Record on Windows 11

Recording your screen is a good way to capture a process, or even just something fun or interesting. Windows 11 comes with a built-in solution for screen recording, but you can also use other applications….

How to See How Many Cores Your CPU Has

The number of cores your processor has is one component that determines your CPU performance. In the past, each processor had only one core. Modern CPUs have two to eighteen and higher. Here’s how to check how many cores your…

How to Track Changes in Google Docs

Unlike viewing the edit history of a Google Docs document, Google’s Track Changes feature (also called “Suggesting” mode) lets you see changes before that text becomes a permanent part of the document. Here’s how to use it….

How to Stash Changes in Git

Need to switch to a different branch, but you’re not ready to commit the changes you’ve made in your current branch? You can stash your changes and come back to them later. It’s possible in Git, whether you use GitHub or anot…

How to Switch Branches in GitHub

To ensure there’s no downtime due to pushing problematic code straight to the main branch on GitHub, you should create a new branch and work there. Before you can actually work there, though, you’ll need to switch to it….

How to Install Windows 11 From a USB Drive

You can install Windows 11 on a supported device by downloading and using the ISO file that’s available on Microsoft’s official website. To do this, you’re going to need a flash drive and meet certain requirements….

How to Remove Stickers From Your Laptop

Laptops often come with stickers advertising the graphics card or processor inside the computer. Sometimes, you may even place your own stickers on the laptop. Getting those stickers off, though, can be a bit tough. Here’s wh…

How to Go Live on TikTok

Looking for a new way to engage your TikTok followers? Though the social media platform is primarily used to share videos, going live allows you to transmit real-time audio and video. Here’s what you need to know to get start…

How to Multiply Numbers in Microsoft Excel

You can perform basic mathematical operations in Excel, including multiplication. You can multiply numbers in a single cell, from several different cells, or even an entire column. There’s no MULTIPLY function in Excel, so w…

How to Divide Numbers in Microsoft Excel

Excel makes it easy to perform basic math operations, which includes division. You can divide numbers in a single cell, from multiple cells, or even entire columns. Since there’s no DIVIDE function in Excel, you’ll need to us…
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