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How to Pass­word Pro­tect PDF File on Win­dows

Work from home has enabled a new workflow for the majority of folks. No working directly with co-workers and take coffee breaks in the office. Also, sharing sensitive documents and passing files among employees online has become a bit stressful. After all, you won’t want any third-party to get access to the latest quarterly earnings, sales

Guide to Using Split Screen in Windows 10

Windows makes multitasking feel like a cakewalk. You can keep several windows open at the same time and use any of them. Improving on the same feature, Windows 10 offers a split-screen functionality. What is the split screen feature in Windows 10? And how to use it? Find the answer here. You don’t need to buy

Top Figma Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows

Figma has been gaining traction in the design space. Sketch software mostly dominates the UI/UX design industry. But the latest offerings by Adobe (Adobe XD) and Figma with flexible pricing, seamless sharing, and cross-platform availability are changing the equation for the UI/UX designers out there. Figma’s availability on Web, Windows, and macOS, coupled with its excellent Starter

How To Back­up Dri­vers in Win­dows Computer

If you reinstalling Windows Dri­vers then locating all the necessary driver files from vendor’s website (if you don’t have a driver recovery cd), and installing them one by one is definitely a pain. Read this device drivers page on Wikipedia if you are not sure what are these exactly. You can use the handy software called Driver Max which

3 Neat Ways to Scroll Smoothly on Windows

When I first made the scroll transition from my Macbook Pro to the Lenovo laptop I have now, I had a bunch of things to adapt to. One of the things I really never got over was the relatively choppy trackpad (or touchpad) scrolling. (Neither Windows or Lenovo’s best highlight.) There’s a great degree of control and

The Ultimate XPS Viewer And Convertor Tool

what XPS Documents mean and how you could benefit using Windows XPS Viewer. Somehow if the tool’s interface did not grab your interest or you didn’t find it that exciting for your Tablet, we are here to present today an alternative XPS Viewer (apparently, that’s the name of the tool). It has a sleek interface with a design to support