Feature: Tips & Tricks for Power-users

Over the years I’ve gained enough experience with computers to be frank enough to call me a power user of sorts. But that doesn’t mean I’m often finding myself searching Google to do even the simplest thing, partly because I have a lousy memory and partly because there is a lot of things I don’t do often enough to remember how I do it. To avoid taking down Google’s servers, I’ve started to write down everything on one page on this site; Tips & Tricks for Power-user. I’m pretty sure some of you will find the information interesting so enjoy!


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