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Disable Your Laptop’s Keyboard

How to Disable Your Laptop’s Keyboard We expect our portable devices to last a long time, and especially our work machines. While most modern devices like smartphones and tablets rely on a touch screen for all input and output purposes, our laptops rely on a more physical, mechanical way of interaction. While this may be… Read more »

How-To Lock Your Windows PC

Here are all the ways you can Lock your Windows PC Everything is going digital nowadays and data has become a commodity. Increasingly, it has become more and more essential to protect our data from prying eyes. Windows, one of the most widely-used operating systems in the world, comes with a decent set of security… Read more »

Disable Lock Screen on Windows

Here is how you can Disable the Lock Screen on Windows Since the introduction of Windows, it has gone through quite a few iterations. While someĀ  of them have been for the better, like the immensely popular Windows 7, others haven’t been as well-received, like the Metro-UI based Windows 8. Microsoft backtracked with the touch-centric… Read more »

How-To Screenshot with One Key Click in Windows

Here is how you can take a Screenshot with One Key Click in Windows One of the advantages of having a full-featured, customizable operating system like Windows is the abundance of freely available third-party apps as well as a ton of useful, built-in utilities, that make daily work and basic tasks much easier. It is… Read more »

Control your Pointer with Your Keyboard

Here is how you can control your Mouse Pointer using Your Keyboard The mouse and the keyboard have become synonymous with the computer as the primary input devices. While most of the world has shifted towards a touch-based Graphical User Interface, thanks to the introduction of smartphones and tablets, our computers have remained reliant on… Read more »

Change Your Mouse and Cursor Settings in Windows

Here is how you can change your mouse pointer in Windows Windows has a pretty intuitive Graphical User Interface. It makes use of both the primary input devices in Windows, the keyboard as well as the mouse (or the trackpad). Most power users prefer a keyboard for most tasks, preferring its robustness and quickness to… Read more »