How to use Remote Desktop Connection in Windows 10 [Tip]

windows10The Remote Desktop Connection in Windows 10 helps a user to connect their computer to another computer when access to the other computer is necessary from a Windows 10 PC. Even though many tools like Team Viewer help to access a remote PC, Remote Desktop Connection is present by default in a Windows 10 operating system.

How to root Samsung Galaxy Alpha SM-G850K on Android 5.0.2 [Guide]

Samsung Galaxy Alpha The Samsung Galaxy Alpha has the looks to be a potential smartphone beauty pageant winner when up against any flagship. It’s 4.7 inch display gave the body a better shape than its big brother Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone. It’s also available now at a price that is cheap enough for you even the most amateur among you to risk a potential soft brick situation by rooting the internal system. Most of the Samsung Galaxy Alpha models have a rooting method available but not all. The AT&T and T-Mobile variant is still one that does not have anything available from the likes of Chainfire and his CF-Auto-Root tool. While that might be the case, one that does have a working rooting method with an official CF-Auto-|Root package available is the SM-G850F and we’ll show you how that’s done after the jump.

How to pin tabs in Microsoft Edge [Tip]

In the previous post, we showed you how to try out the new extensions support in Microsoft Edge. It’s one of a few new features coming with Windows 10 Insider build 14291. The other new feature in Edge is the ability to pin a tab. It’s not pinning a tab to Start Menu or desktop as you may think, however, this feature lets you pin a tab in the browser itself so the tab will always there.

How to try out extensions in Microsoft Edge [Tip]

Finally, the long-promised extensions support has arrived to Edge browser. In the latest Windows 10 Insider build (14921), Microsoft for the first time allows users to try out some extensions. There are only three extensions to try but they work pretty well. According to Microsoft, extensions in Edge are very much like those in Google Chrome. So that developers can easily and quickly port Chrome extensions to Edge. Some developers claim they only need to change some lines of code of their Chrome extensions to make them work in Edge.

How To Get Chrome To Play Audio In Surround Sound [Fix]

Speakers, whether they come built into laptops or are purchased separately, commonly offer surround sound. They may differ in quality but stereo sound speakers have become uncommon with more and more people using laptops and desktops for entertainment and gaming. What you might have noticed is that despite games and media apps playing sound perfectly through your speakers, Chrome is usually a bit off. Chrome isn’t really used to play media because a desktop app like VLC is always going to be the better option but you do watch YouTube videos in Chrome and sound doesn’t always come out right. It comes off as stereo i.e. there is only sound coming from one speaker. If that’s the case on your desktop, here’s the fix for it.

Before you proceed, make sure your speakers are indeed working correctly. Your sound driver should be up to date and surround sound should otherwise be working. If it isn’t already working in other apps like VLC, you need to resolve it before you proceed.

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5 tips and tricks to customize Windows 10 [Tip]

Microsoft’s greatest and latest operating system, Windows 10 is considered to be filled with tricks and tweaks, which when known can help to enhance user experience. These tips and tricks can help to customize Windows to meet personal needs.

Test Your Flight Safety Knowledge & Learn To Survive An Air Disaster

Flight safety training is crucial for everyone on a plane but many of us barely listen to the safety instructions given at the start of each flight. Passively listening to the instructions means we retain very little of them and if disaster were to strike, chaos would more likely break out than order given how many people are usually on a plane. Prepare for Impact is an excellent iOS and Android app that quizzes you on the very basics of air safety and lets you go through air disaster simulations to test if you know what to do in them. It tests literally everything that you are told by air crew before you take off. The quiz is optional and you can opt to play the many disaster simulations instead. In the simulations, you must respond to the emergency at hand and evacuate the plane without dying.

Install Prepare for Impact and choose whether or not you want to take the quiz. We’d personally recommend taking it to assess how well you know the safety drills and should you score low, you can fill the gaps.

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