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Microsoft Visual Studio Code Review

Microsoft Visual Studio Code Review

There’s no shortage of code editors available and most coders have their favorite. I write PowerShell scripts for my job and until recently I used the standard PowerShell ISE to write my scripts. Microsoft Visual Studio Code has become the recommended script editor by Microsoft and here’s why.

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How to enable Windows 10 Dark Mode

How to enable Windows 10 Dark Mode

Windows 10 has done a better job at improving the user experience over previous Windows versions. But some settings are still hidden deep within the Windows operating system. This article will tell you how to change one of these options.There is a little known option in Windows 10 that allows you to turn on a Dark Mode. So whether you use your computer in a dark room or just want a change in the look of Windows 10 windows this article will help you switch to the dark mode.

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Windows 10 God Mode

Windows 10 God Mode

Microsoft has made many changes with the new Windows 10 operating system that have caused a learning curve when using Windows 10. Once such change is with the control panel and pc settings location. With Windows 10 a computer setting may be found in different places instead of everything being in the control panel. Well Windows 10 God Mode is a tweak that will make accessing your computer settings quick and easy.

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How to Easily Delete Files in Windows 7

How to Easily Delete Files in Windows 7

Windows 8 operating system has not been warmly embraced by most PC owners. It is obvious to anyone who uses Windows 8 that it varies greatly from Windows 7. Even though Windows 8 has a pretty bad rap as being a bad Operating System it really depends on who is using it. But there is a cool feature in Windows 8 and that is when when deleting a file the confirmation prompt is gone, this makes the process much faster than in Windows 7. So here is how you can get this feature in Windows 7.

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Tech Tips of the Week!

Tech Tips of the Week!

My tip of the week comes from dealing with dealing with the problem of dragging an icon out of start menu and on to the desktop. This happens when there are less than knowledgeable about how to use a computer. This can become an issue is there are multiple people sharing a computer and when a different user logs in the icon they need is gone and their think the software is broken.

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