Tag: open

How to open TSV files on Windows 10

We’re all familiar with CSV files i.e., Comma Separated Values. It’s a type of file format which imports and opens easily in most common spreadsheet apps. The values that appear to be separated by commas are separated into columns and rows. TSV files are similar but far less commonly supports. TSV files on Windows TSV […]

How to close open windows on iPhone 11

Mobile operating systems were developed after desktop computers became mainstream. By then, most users had learned certain concepts e.g., opening and closing apps that are common on a desktop OS. These same actions don’t necessarily translate the same way on a mobile OS. Close open windows on iPhone 11 On mobile operating systems, apps run […]

How to open a Numbers file in Excel

Apple has a productivity suite, iWork, which includes a spreadsheet app called Numbers. It has its own file format for saving files though it does support CSV. A Numbers file has its own proprietary format which means that opening or editing it isn’t going to be easy if you don’t have access to a Mac […]

How to open Control Panel on Windows 11

We’ve long speculated on the end of the Control Panel. Microsoft has moved a few settings out of the Control Panel and to the Settings app on Windows 10 but the migration isn’t complete. The Control Panel is alive and kicking on Windows 11. Control Panel on Windows 11 As of now, the Control Panel […]

How to open .key files on Windows 10

Apple is no stranger to productivity and it has its own suite of apps collectively called iWork. iWork includes a document processor, a spreadsheet tool, a presentation tool, and its famous movie editing tool iMovie, among other apps. Like many of its products, Apple’s iWork tools have their own proprietary format. The .KEY file format […]

How to open ASPX files

ASPX files aren’t common but you will run into them if you download the source code for an app, you may find an APSX file or two in it. The file type may be uncommon for most end users but it isn’t difficult to open this type of file. ASPX file An ASPX file is […]

How to open Folder options on Windows 11

File Explorer in Windows 11 looks different than it did in Windows 10. Beyond the rounded corners and new icons, the ribbon has also changed. It’s much more comprehensive and you will find that many buttons are simply gone.  The ribbon in File Explorer was useful. It wasn’t cluttered with useless options and the new […]

How to open the Apps list on Windows 11

Microsoft is not done experimenting with the Start Menu. The Start Menu in Windows 8 was nothing short of a disaster and became one of the worst criticisms of the OS. Microsoft eventually had to ‘fix’ it but Windows 11 has a new Start Menu which is different from the Start Menu in Windows 10, […]

How to open Task Manager on Windows 11

Initials reviews for Windows 11 have started to arrive. If nothing else, the UI changes are some of the most obvious ones that most people know about. Noteworthy of these changes is the change to the taskbar which now features ‘centered’ icons for the Start menu, File Explorer, and Edge. Task Manager on Windows 11 […]

How to install Open Broadcaster (OBS) in Ubuntu

If you’re an Ubuntu user and want to stream to Twitch or YouTube, you’ll first have to install the Open Broadcaster application. In this guide, we’ll go over ways you can get Open Broadcaster up and running on Ubuntu via DEB, Flatpak, and Snap. How to install Open Broadcaster in Ubuntu – Ubuntu Software Center […]

How to Open My Clipboard History?

Windows 10 has a built-in clipboard manager. This is a somewhat recent feature that was added to extend the capabilities of the clipboard on Windows 10.  Windows users have long used clipboard managers to hold more than one item in the clipboard. With third-party tools, there is always the danger that sensitive data may leak […]

How to Open Game Bar (Windows 10)

Windows 10 is a self-sufficient OS, offering plenty of native tools for a wide range of users, including gamers. One way it caters to gamers is through the use of the Xbox Game Bar. Today we’re here to explain what game bar is, and how to open game bar on Windows 10. Read on to […]

How Do I Open a Port on Windows Firewall?

Firewalls are there to protect you from threats on the internet (both traffic from the internet and from local applications trying to gain access when they shouldn’t). Sometimes, though, you’ll want to allow otherwise restricted traffic through your firewall. To do so, you’ll have to open a port. When a device connects to another device […]

How to Not Have 100 Browser Tabs Open

The 100-tab habit is widespread; it’s nothing to be ashamed of. But a cluttered browser can lower productivity and reduce computer speeds. Maybe it’s time to break that habit with a few simple tips. Close the Tabs You Don’t Need Your tab problem has very little to do with what browser you’re using or what […]

How to Search for Open Tabs on the New Tab Page of Chrome

Browser tabs seem to pile up easily, and it can be difficult to find the one you’re looking for as you get upwards of 15 tabs open. Luckily, Google Chrome has an experimental feature that changes all that. Go ahead and fire up Chrome, then copy/paste the following into the Omnibox: chrome://flags/#omnibox-tab-switch-suggestions. Alternatively, can you type chrome://flags […]

How to Open RAW Image Files on Windows 10

Windows 10 finally has built-in support for RAW images, thanks to the May 2019 Update. You’ll just need to install an extension from the Store. There are other solutions for opening RAW files on older versions of Windows, too. Windows 10: Download the RAW Images Extension To install and use the RAW Image Extension, you […]

Force Windows Apps To Open As Maximized

One of my favorite Windows features  is window management. Specifically, the Snap feature is what I love. Windows 10 has improved it significantly for anyone working with a large monitor. Modern apps can also run full screen on the desktop. The snap feature is so popular that it causes envy among OS X users though they […]

How to Open Finder with a Keyboard Shortcut on Mac

File management is essential on a Mac. Sometimes, you might need to access Finder quickly while you use another application. Luckily, you can open Finder from anywhere in macOS with an easy global command. If you want to quickly open Finder, just press Option+Command+Space. This opens the “Searching This Mac” window. Apple designed this window […]

9 Ways to Open PowerShell in Windows 10

PowerShell is a more powerful command-line shell and scripting language than Command Prompt. Since the release of Windows 10, it’s become the default choice, and there are many ways you can open it. PowerShell is more complicated to use, but it’s a much more robust and powerful than Command Prompt. That’s why it’s become the preferred […]