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How to Turn Off Tab Hover Cards in Google Chrome

The recently added Tab Hover Cards option in Google Chrome allows us to get a small image preview of what is in that tab when we hover the mouse cursor over a tab. If you think this option is unnecessary, you can easily turn it off. Watch our video tutorial where we show you how […]Read More

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How to Create, Rename and Delete a Tab in Google Sheets

Google Sheets allows us to create multiple tabs in one document, similar to those we have in Internet browsers. This way you can have multiple documents merged into one, which helps in better organization and easier navigation. Watch our video tutorial where we show you how to create, rename and delete a tab in Google […]Read More

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How to Automatically Close Tabs in Firefox on Android

It is very easy to have a huge number of tabs opened on the mobile internet browser. In addition to forgetting to turn them off, links can often open in a new tab without us even noticing. Having a large number of open tabs is not good, because it can slow down the browsers, as […]Read More

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How to Enable Vertical Tabs in Microsoft Edge

Tabs in internet browsers are usually located at the top of the screen. This kind of organization suits most users. However, there are those who prefer the tabs to be vertically arranged on the side. Microsoft Edge has an option that will place tabs vertically on the left side of the screen. Watch our video […]Read More

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How to Add the Developer Tab to Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel contains a Developer Tab option for programmers. This option allows you to work with XML commands, forms, create programs that use Excel, and much more. This option is disabled by default and you must enable it before you can use it. Watch our video where we show you how to add the developer […]Read More