If you’re not voice messaging, you’re missing out. Here’s how to do it right.

Voicemail and phone calls are dead. That’s the way it should be.  There’s little to mourn in the countless awkward annoyances embedded into those most hellish forms of modern communication. But that doesn’t mean all audio-based messaging deserves to die in the digital age.  The voice message (aka voice texts, voice notes, or voice memos) […]

How to Swap Left and Right Mouse Buttons on Windows 10

Left-handers make up only 10% of the world population and face daily obstacles that right-handers might not think about. Using a right-handed mouse doesn’t have to be one of those problems. Here’s how to swap your mouse buttons on Windows 10. Read This Article on How-To Geek › Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/657837/how-to-swap-left-and-right-mouse-buttons-on-windows-10/ Proactive Computing found this story […]

How to Hone Your Schedule When You Work From Home

Working from home might allow you some extra freedom, but it still requires dedication and motivation. Your schedule can change from day to day, so you have to hone your work plan to keep things going smoothly. These tips can help you stay on schedule. Read This Article on LifeSavvy › Source: https://www.lifesavvy.com/16409/how-to-hone-your-schedule-when-you-work-from-home/ Droolin’ Dog […]

How to Loop a PowerPoint Presentation

Slideshows are sometimes used to display images at events, such as weddings or trade shows. Whatever the occasion might be, you’ll want to loop your PowerPoint presentation so your guests aren’t staring at a blank screen. Here’s how it’s done. Read This Article on How-To Geek › Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/656920/how-to-loop-a-powerpoint-presentation/ Proactive Computing found this story and […]

How to Sync Your Subtitles Automatically with SubSync

If your entertainment horizons extend beyond your own language, you know that only a select few foreign movies and series end up dubbed. For the rest, you have to rely on subtitles. Unfortunately, the vast majority of subtitles are created by hobbyists, based on their version of a video that could be different than yours. […]

Using find, locate, which and whereis Commands to Search for Files in Linux

There are a few ways you can find and locate files from the terminal in Linux, and find, locate, which and whereis are some of the commonly used commands to do so. Let us take a look at these four search commands, their similarities and differences. 1. find The straightforward approach to search for files […]

How to Set a Default Zoom Level in Firefox

If you browse with Mozilla Firefox, you can now set a default zoom level for all websites. And you can still set custom zoom levels for individual websites, too. This feature was added in Firefox 73, which was released Feb. 11, 2020. Read This Article on How-To Geek › Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/657255/how-to-set-a-default-zoom-level-in-firefox/ Proactive Computing found this […]