Quick Tip No. 84

 Don't always trust what you read online. It is possible for anyone to create a website on the Internet and it could be for malicious intentions. For example, a website could be created to help spread fear, lies, malware or to scam people.
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Quick Tip No. 83

 To minimize all windows only, press Windows + D.
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Quick Tip No. 82

Protect your computer against malware, spyware, and viruses by installing an antivirus program onto the computer at least have Windows Defender running on the computer if your running a newer version of windows. Also having a malware protection program is also a good method of protecting your computer against malware and spyware...
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Quick Tip No. 81

 There are lots of different shortcut keys that can be used with Internet browsers. Press Alt+D or Ctrl+L to move the cursor into the address bar.
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Quick Tip No. 80.

 Press CTRL+H in your web browser to quickly open your history bar
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Quick Tip No. 58

the quickest way to make your screen larger or smaller in a web browser is to press Ctrl and either the + or - symbol. 
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Quick Tip No. 79

It's surprising how few people take the time to do maintenance on their computer to ensure there are no problems and that it's running optimally. We offer a comprehensive computer maintenance service that will ensure your computer is at its best and isn't prone to problems such as hardware failure and viruses.  Below are the main mai...
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Quick Tip No. 78

Frustrated that you can only paste the last thing that you actually copied. Windows 10 has introduced a new feature which allows you to select from multiple items saved on your clipboard. Instead of Ctrl V for Copying use  Windows Key + V to save multiple things to your clipboard Windows.
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Quick Tip No. 77

To capture your entire PC screen and save the screenshot, tap the Windows key + Print Screen key. Your screen will briefly go dim to indicate that you've just taken a screenshot, and the screenshot will be automatically saved to the Pictures > Screenshots folder.
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Quick Tip No. 76

 Use Ctrl + Alt + V (or Cmd + Alt + V on a Mac) to open the Paste Special window. Here, select Unformatted Text to paste in plain text.  If you like, you can set the default paste option in Word to always paste in plain text.
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Quick Tip No. 75

Recover deleted items by clicking ALT and the backspace together! 
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Quick Tip No. 74

 Selecting multiple objects in Word and Powerpoint is made easy with this shortcut
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Quick Tip No. 73

Emoji's are not just for texting! You can use them using the latest version of chrome. 
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Quick Tip No. 72

 Always have a recent backup of all your files in case your computer or hard drive fails or is stolen.
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Quick Tip No. 71

 Use the space bar to scroll down on any webpage. You can even hold the shift key and the space bar at the same time to scroll up.
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Quick Tip No. 70

 Need to view a webpage with a cleared cache, simply click control, shift and R at the same time, and refresh the page.
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Quick Tip No. 69

 Speed up your PC by eliminating unnecessary programs running on startup, press Windows key + R, then type "misconfig". Select the Startup tab from the window that pops up, and you will be able to turn off any programs!
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Quick Tip No. 68

Select a word you want to highlight quickly, without dragging the mouse, by double-clicking on it. Highlight a whole paragraph by triple-clicking on it. (Bet you didn't know that one!) Select a word you want to highlight quickly, without dragging the mouse, by double-clicking on it. Highlight a whole paragraph by triple-clicking on it. (Bet yo...
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Quick Tip No. 67

 To go straight to desktop just hit WIN+D the WIN button is the one with the wavy Windows flag icon on a Windows PC!
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Quick Tip No. 66

Do you ever try to highlight a long URL from the browser address bar to copy or delete it? Why bother? Instead just hit F6 and the URL will automatically highlight. Nice one!
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