OK's real life started at around 10, when he got his first computer - a Commodore 128. Since then, he's been melting keycaps by typing 24/7, trying to spread The Word Of Tech to anyone interested enough to listen. Or, rather, read.
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Do you find retro games a bit on the difficult side? Well, using RetroArch and a few cheats, you'll beat them in no time.
Want quick and easy access to your games? Here's how to create a shortcut for an emulated game on Windows 10.
Get rid of all the crud and give your Windows 10 PC a fresh start with IObit Uninstaller.
Want to add some flare to your Logitech keyboard? Here's how to do so with G-Hub for Windows and iOS.
It's already easy to launch apps on Windows, but Wox makes it even quicker and more convenient to do so.
Some note-taking apps are content with letting you just take notes, but Obsidian can become your second digital brain. Here's why.
Windows 11's window snapping is a handy tool, but you don't need to upgrade your copy of Windows 10 to get the feature on your PC too.
MPV is a smash hit on Linux, but not so much for Windows users. Fortunately, you can still install this underrated gem for yourself.
Apps can be serious time vampires, but it can be hard to pinpoint what's doing the most damage to your productivity. Fortunately, AutoHotKey can help.
Are those buttons on the side of your mouse collecting dust? Here's how to put them to better use.
Do you want to share files between devices, keep them synced up, and avoid using cloud services to do the job? SyncThing has your back.
Want to cut down all the NVIDIA bloat? Then it's time to use NVCleanstall.
Fancy giving your audio quality a boost? Here's how to use RTX voice on an NVIDIA GPU.
Make Windows 10 feel like brand new by removing the bloat with two smart PowerShell scripts.