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What Graphics Card Do I Have?

On a most basic level, a Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), or commonly known as a graphics card, is responsible for rendering images and videos on your screen. There have been significant strides made into the innovation of these graphics cards, and most modern PCs are capable of producing extremely high-quality images and videos. Having said

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How to Clear and Disable Clipboard History in Windows 10

I’ve often portrayed Windows 10 as an excellent utility for everyday productivity and hacks. One of those is the clipboard history that many of you may not be aware of. With the October 2018 Windows upgrade, the clipboard itself also went through some of its own, where it can now store up to 25 items in the

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How to Fix Broken Registry Items in Windows 10

While multiple solutions exist to fix broken registry items in Windows 10, some even advanced, this post will discuss two that are easy to execute. I’ll start with the easiest solution. Solution 1: Leveraging the Inbuilt System File Checker Abbreviated as SFC, the Windows 10 System File Checker quite literally exists for the purpose of

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How to Split Screen on Windows 10

Splitting Screen on Windows 10 is a Breeze! There is a keyboard shortcut + the usual mouse drag method — which can be beneficial on larger screen sizes. I’ll discuss both the techniques. How to Split Screen on Windows 10 by Using the Keyboard Shortcut As far as I know, this shortcut works quite easily

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How to Turn Off Sticky Keys in Windows 10

For the unaware, Sticky keys are a functional feature in Windows 10, designed to assist those who have difficulty pressing two or more keys simultaneously — such as ALT + CTRL + DELETE. In other words, it is an accessible characteristic of the operating system. With sticky keys enabled, you won’t necessarily need to press

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