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How to Use Apple Notes on Windows or Android

Apple Notes syncs between devices for anyone with an Apple ID, which is required to use devices like the iPhone, iPad, and Mac computers. Unfortunately, there’s no native app for Windows or Android users, but the web version …

Windows 10’s November 2021 Update Is Here

It’s official: the Windows 10 November 2021 update, codenamed¬†21H2, has arrived. And while it doesn’t bring very much in the way of new features, some people can still download it to your Windows 10 PC right now….

How to Change DNS Servers on Windows 11

If you’d like to use alternative DNS servers with your Windows 11 machine—perhaps to speed up browsing with a free DNS service, enhance privacy, or simply use something better than what you ISP provides—it’s fairly easy t…

How to Generate SSH keys in Windows 10 and Windows 11

If part of your life includes logging in to a remote server be it for a self-hosted blog, a Nextcloud installation, or sending your latest changes to GitHub, you need SSH keys. In Windows 10 and 11 we are spoiled for choice w…

How to Undo (and Redo) on a Windows PC

If you’ve made a mistake on your Windows 10 or Windows 11 PC and would like to go back a step, it’s easy to use the built-in “Undo” command. Similarly, you can sometimes also perform a “Redo” action to restore what you just u…

What Is Windows 11 SE?

When Microsoft first showed off Windows 10X, many people commented on the similarities to Chrome OS. Windows 10X was eventually scrapped, but Windows 11 SE can be considered its spiritual successor. Let’s take a look at this …

Watch Out Chrome OS, Windows 11 SE Is Here

Microsoft just announced Windows 11 SE, which looks to be the company’s competitor for Chrome OS. This won’t be the company’s first attempt to come from Chrome OS, but this one does appear to be a little different….
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