How to Create Custom Keyboard Shortcuts with AutoHotkey

There are some things that are just a pain to type—especially when you have to type them over and over and over. Or even worse, if they thing you want to type doesn’t exist on your keyboard. What do you do if you’re using an American keyboard and need to drop a € into a document?

NVIDIA GameStream vs. GeForce Now: What’s the Difference?

When it comes to PC gaming, NVIDIA arguably rules the roost. And in recent years, the company has gone to great lengths to take its gaming presence to the next level with services like GameStream and GeForce Now. The thing is, these services can be kind of confusing for new users, especially when you’re trying to figure out which one best fits your needs.

How to Reset Your Forgotten Password in Windows 10

We’ve all done it before. You sit down to log into your Windows machine, type in what you think is the password, and bang, you realize you forgot what it was! You scramble to try different combinations of letters and numbers to see what will fit, but nothing works. What do you do now?

Which Linux File System Should You Use?

When formatting partitions on a Linux PC, you’ll see a wide variety of file system options. These options don’t need to be overwhelming. If you’re not sure which Linux file system to use, there’s a simple answer.

How to Sideload Apps on Android TV

Android TV is an excellent product for anyone who wants to expand their current living room setup—it makes easy work of streaming most content, has a slew of games (that are actually worth playing), and is relatively inexpensive. But what happens when an app you want on your TV isn’t available for your device?

How to Make Aero Peek Display Instantly in Windows

Aero Peek is one of the more useful features added as of Windows 7. Simply move your mouse to the far right side on the Taskbar (on the Show Desktop button) for half a second to hide all open windows and see your desktop. But what if half a second is too long?