Today a short article with two tips how to speed up a Windows computer. There are many different ways to achieve this goal. In the article I included two: a very effective, but a bit expensive and time consuming. And a very easy but not that powerful 🙂
Let’s start with this more difficult method to speed up Windows and then I will discuss the easy one.
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I think that we will all agree that closing down Windows or restarting it is not really problematic. That does not mean that we cannot improve things and make them slightly even better. I will show you in a moment how to create some shortcuts to shutdown or restart your PC with a single click. I hope that even a few people will appreciate this tip and use it.
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So you want to disable Skype from automatically starting up with Windows 10? It is quite easy but before I show you how, let me tell you that this problem exists only with classic version of Skype. You can delete this version completely and instead install a Skype app from Microsoft app store.
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Today really quick and easy tutorial how to create a screenshot. A screen shot is a copy of your Windows computer screen saved into a file (usually in JPEG or Bitmat). There are many reasons why you would like to create a screenshot. Perhaps you want to have a copy of a document that is being displayed, perhaps you want to copy a color or a font, perhaps it is not possible do download something but you still want it. Whatever the reasons might be, it is very easy to make a screen shot. All you have to do is…
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Today a short tutorial how to copy or find out RBG or Hex values of color from a website or any part of the computer screen you want (desktop, pictures, applications and so on).
Perhaps you have seen a nice color on the web and want to have a t-shirt in a similar color. Perhaps you want to use for your own website or maybe you want to use the same color in your logo? But how to find out what actual color has been used, its RGB values? I know and use two different methods for this purpose. The first one is using a program called ColorPick, the second one is by creating a screenshot and using photo editing software (like Photoshop or even Paint).
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