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Using Incognito Mode in Google Chrome

Incognito mode in Google Chrome is a useful tool to have during your everyday web browsing. Browsing in incognito mode keeps Chrome from remembering your activity and allows you to browse privately. 353 more words

Tech

Reopen Closed Tabs in Google Chrome

Since the first day web browsers started using tabs, people have been accidentally closing tabs and silently cursing to themselves. I like to call it “closed tab regret” 192 more words

Tech

Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard shortcuts help us add accents or other unusual marks to our writing.

When Microsoft Word doesn’t already know to put an acute accent above a letter, hold down the control (Ctrl) key, hit the apostrophe key and then the letter, in this case e. 133 more words

Punctuation

Meredith's Favorite Time-Saving Keyboard Shortcuts

This week I was in a training for a specific online tool and the trainer shared that we could zoom out to see the box we needed to click by pressing the control and minus key. 727 more words

Block comments, key bindings and feeling foolish!

Do you ever get stuck on something, and then when you work out what you were doing wrong you feel a bit foolish?

I was just thinking – it would be much more convenient if there was a keyboard shortcut to block comment some code. 349 more words

Swift

Keyboard Shortcuts (Sound and Image)

Keyboard shortcuts are an essential part of being an efficient editor. They save time and frustration when in the edit suite. Fiddling around with functions and forgetting where to find them can be irritating, and as irritation grows the work becomes sloppier. 329 more words

Sound And Image