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6 Windows Keyboard Shortcuts You Might Hit By Mistake

Keyboard shortcuts are typically useful time-savers. But Windows includes a few default shortcuts that result in undesirable behavior, and they're pretty easy to hit by accident.

Today we'll look at some of these combinations so you know what's happening if you activate one, plus how to disable them where possible.

Google Trends Shows You What the World Searches For

It's difficult to comprehend the amount of data that Google processes every day. While you almost certainly rely on Google for getting information online, did you know that Google provides a tool that lets you analyze what other people search for?

This service is Google Trends, a free tool that you can use to get insight into what people look for online.

How to Copy and Paste Text Without Any Formatting

Copying and pasting are one of the best time-saving functions of a computer. But this comes with a common problem: the pasted text retains its original formatting, which you often don't want.

Thankfully, it's not hard to get around this. We'll show you how to copy and paste without bringing along the formatting.

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5 Signs That You Should Replace Your Computer

No computer lasts forever. Even a machine that was top-of-the-line when you bought it eventually reaches a point where it's not worth keeping anymore. But how do you know when it's time to replace your old device?

We're here to help you identify some warning signs that your computer is getting long in the tooth.

Why Does Restarting Your Computer Fix Problems?

Chances are that when you seek any kind of technical help, the first question you'll hear is "Did you try rebooting?" While this has become so common that some people scoff at it, restarting really does fix a multitude of computer issues.

But have you ever wondered why this is the case? Let's take a look at some common issues that rebooting solves, and examine the details behind why.

What Is a CAPTCHA and Why Are They Important?

Chances are that while browsing the internet, you've come across a box like this many times:

This little test is known as a CAPTCHA. But what exactly is this, and why do so many websites require you to complete it? Let's find out.
What Is a CAPTCHA?
CAPTCHA is an acronym that stands for "Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart.

Can iPhones Get Viruses? The Facts About iPhone Malware

People are usually concerned about their Windows computers picking up malware, and infection is sometimes a worry on Android. But iPhone users don't typically worry about viruses.

Let's examine this and see if it's well-founded to believe that your iPhone can't get a virus or other form of malware.

What Is an IP Address and What Are They For?

IP address is a common computer term that you may have heard but don't fully understand. They're a vital part of how the web works, so knowing a little about what they do can help you become more network-savvy.

Let's take a look at some fundamentals of IP addresses, including some definitions and functions.