Can Microsoft Word read to you? Yes, it can. The Speak feature was incorporated into Microsoft Office back in version 2003. Here's how it works.
With these simple, step-by-step instructions for building a Raspberry Pi 3 console loaded with RetroPie software, you'll be playing your favorite classic games in no time.
Microsoft Word can translate a word, sentence, paragraph, or an entire document into 62 languages with a few clicks. Here's how.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has a new feature called Wireless PowerShare that lets you turn your phone into a Qi charging pad. Here's how to use it.
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How to create an anonymous email account that's not connected to your daily identity.
As long as movies have been distributed on home media, buyers have wanted to back them up or copy them to media that's more convenient for playback or streaming. We trace the history, how copy protection works, and how to circumvent it for legitimate purposes.
One Ui is a massive change for Samsung's phones. Here's how to get the most out of it on your Galaxy S9 and S10.
Excel can convert currency given the right tools. Here's how to use the Excel Add-In called EUROTOOL.XLAM
Can Excel show the column headers on every screen? Yes: Here's how to freeze and unfreeze columns and rows.
Yes, with the Speak command (aka Text to Speech feature)
Here's how to use Wireless PowerShare on your Galaxy S10.
Can Excel track changes? Yes, similarly to how Word does it. Here's how to add Track Changes to the Ribbon menu and use it with your spreadsheets.
Governments, schools, and businesses sometimes block websites in an attempt to reduce distractions, conserve bandwidth, or censor content. If you're willing to risk circumventing such limitations, here's how to do it.