Latest articles tagged “best apps”

Latest articles tagged “best apps”

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EarTrumpet review: A better alternative to the volume control app in Windows 10
EarTrumpet review: A better alternative to the volume control app in Windows 10
by Mihai Neacsu on 21 September 2018 · 455 views
EarTrumpet has been around for a while now and has been praised online as the sound control app to have in Windows 10. In this review, we'll take a closer look at it, discuss features and interface, while comparing it to the default Win10 volume app. ... Read more
How to Make Windows 10 Louder and Get a Built-in Equalizer
How to Make Windows 10 Louder and Get a Built-in Equalizer
by Chris Thomas on 7 August 2018 · 811 views
The most detailed guide for boosting and optimizing sound levels in Windows 10. Learn how to use DFX Audio Enhancer to add reverb and graphic EQ capabilities, as well as adjusting native sound enhancing features in the Speaker Properties window. ... Read more
How to open HEIC files in Windows 10 (native support) or convert them to JPEG
How to open HEIC files in Windows 10 (native support) or convert them to JPEG
by Mihai Neacsu on 31 January 2018 · 4966 views
We've talked about the HEIC format Apple adopted from macOS High Sierra and iOS 11 onwards, but let's address compatibility too. Besides converting HEIC files to JPEG, we'll discuss here how you can view HEIC files on Windows, natively. ... Read more
Our Picks for the Best Windows Software in 2017
Our Picks for the Best Windows Software in 2017
by Mihai Neacsu on 2 January 2018 · 4010 views
In Today's mobile world we tend to forget that our desktop PCs are powerful beasts, taking on more powerful tasks than their mobile counterparts can handle. With this in mind, below is our list of the best Windows software in 2017. ... Read more
PC, Andoid, and iOS alternatives to Prisma's photo art effects app
PC, Andoid, and iOS alternatives to Prisma's photo art effects app
by Mihai Neacsu on 27 November 2017 · 1296 views
We covered online alternatives to Prisma in a previous article and we'll follow up here with a few desktop and mobile alternatives as well. Some of the apps below will work for Windows, others for Mac, Linux, iOs, Android, and even Windows mobile. ... Read more
6 Useful Android Tricks That Do No Require Root
6 Useful Android Tricks That Do No Require Root
by Gary Oldwood on 27 August 2017 · 1496 views
Most people think that in order to have cool things in your Android device, it needs to be rooted. That's not the case, and here are a few counter-examples of that. ... Read more
The Top 6 Keyboard Apps For Android
The Top 6 Keyboard Apps For Android
by Gary Oldwood on 15 August 2017 · 833 views
Using the stock keyboard in your Android device is not actually the best choice you can make, so here are some alternatives that you can try. ... Read more
How To Connect Your Android Device To Your TV
How To Connect Your Android Device To Your TV
by Gary Oldwood on 13 August 2017 · 1021 views
By taking advantage of new technologies, you can use your Android device to stream media to your TV, and here is how to do it. ... Read more
How To Create A Complete Windows Backup Image
How To Create A Complete Windows Backup Image
by Gary Oldwood on 23 July 2017 · 1259 views
A complete Windows backup will allow you to restore your Windows installation and installed programs in case of a disaster, and to create one is awfully easy. ... Read more
How To Perform Stress Tests For Your CPU And GPU To Reveal Any Hidden Issues
How To Perform Stress Tests For Your CPU And GPU To Reveal Any Hidden Issues
by Gary Oldwood on 22 July 2017 · 1557 views
Stress tests are necessary for checking the stability of a system's components, by forcing them to their limits, and here is how you can perform stress tests for your CPU and GPU. ... Read more
How To Add Multiple Operating Systems On A Single USB Flash Disk
How To Add Multiple Operating Systems On A Single USB Flash Disk
by Gary Oldwood on 22 July 2017 · 1369 views
Here is how you can create a multi-boot USB drive for installing various Windows or Linux operating systems, as well as bootable recovery tools. ... Read more
How To Make Your Own Free Personal VPN For Total Anonymity
How To Make Your Own Free Personal VPN For Total Anonymity
by Gary Oldwood on 11 July 2017 · 1635 views
A VPN can hide your online identity completely, but they can be quite costly if you go for a paid service. On the other hand, free VPN services tend to be slow and unreliable, so here is how you can make your own, personal and fast VPN for free. ... Read more
How To Recover Deleted Data And How To Maximize Chances Of Successful Restoration
How To Recover Deleted Data And How To Maximize Chances Of Successful Restoration
by Gary Oldwood on 11 July 2017 · 1345 views
Recovering deleted data is something that a lot of users will have to get involved with, unfortunately. However, here is the methodology you have to follow for a successful recovery. ... Read more
How To Mirror And Manage Your iOS Device In Windows
How To Mirror And Manage Your iOS Device In Windows
by Gary Oldwood on 6 July 2017 · 1652 views
There are many reasons why someone would want to mirror his iOS device's screen contents on his non-Mac computer, and here is how it can be done, for free, as well as how to manage the device's data and apps without using iTunes. ... Read more
How To Increase Performance And Decrease Lagging In Windows With Project Mercury
How To Increase Performance And Decrease Lagging In Windows With Project Mercury
by Gary Oldwood on 6 July 2017 · 1053 views
Project Mercury is the solution to your multitasking problems, due to its powerful functions that can tweak hidden CPU and system settings. ... Read more
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