How to Change the Download Folder Location in Chrome

Google Chrome downloads files to your user account’s “Downloads” folder by default. If you’d rather save them somewhere else, you can easily change the Chrome download folder location. In the upper-right corner of the Chrome window, click the Chrome menu button (three vertical dots) and select “Settings” from the drop-down menu. In a new tab, then “Settings” screen appears. On the left side of the window, click “Advanced,” then “Downloads.” We’ll create a new folder as the default location for Google Chrome to save downloaded files. You can have Chrome…

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How to Download Your Save Games From Steam Cloud

Steam synchronizes a large number of saved files to its servers. They’re automatically downloaded when you install a game on Steam, but that’s not the only way to get them. You can also download them in your browser directly from Valve’s website. Enable Steam Cloud Sync in Steam If Steam does not automatically download your old save games after installing a game, make sure Steam Cloud is enabled for that game in Steam. To do so, go to your Steam library, right-click the game, and then select “Properties.” Click the…

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How to Change the Firefox Download Folder Location

By default, when you download something with Mozilla Firefox, it is saved to your user account’s main Downloads folder. If you’d rather Firefox save your download files somewhere else, changing the default save folder location is simple. Here’s how to go about it. Click the “Open menu” button on the right side of the toolbar in Firefox, and then select “Settings” from the drop-down menu. Look for the settings in the “Files and Applications” section on the “General” page. Locate (or create) your new download folder by clicking the “Browse”…

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What We’re Watching: ‘Murderville’ Is a Hilarious Romp Through Murder

It’s entertaining to try to figure out who committed the crime while watching a mystery film or a crime TV show. Murderville gives you the thrill of trying to figure out who the murderer is while also watching comedians try not to break character during crazy improv sessions. Murderville has only six episodes, so it’s very easy to finish it in a single day. And trust me, you’ll want to. Each episode features a new murder investigation led by detective Terry Seattle (Will Arnett) and his new partner (played by…

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How to Go Live on TikTok

Looking for a new way to interact with your TikTok fans? Though the social media platform is primarily used to share videos, going live allows you to transmit audio and video in real-time. Here’s what you’ll need to get started. About Going Live on TikTok If you’re thinking about going live on TikTok, there are a few requirements you must meet before you can. First and foremost, you must be at least 16 years old. Users under the age of 16 have their profiles barred from going live due to…

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What Are Prime Camera Lenses, and Why Would You Use Them?

There are two types of lenses in photography: zoom lenses and prime lenses. Zoom lenses are available in a variety of focal lengths. If you have a DSLR, it most likely came with a zoom lens. Here’s why you should get prime lenses instead. Zoom Lens vs. Prime Lens If you’ve recently purchased a new DSLR, the kit lens that came with it is almost certainly a zoom lens; most come with an 18-55mm lens, which means it covers every focal length between 18mm and 55mm. A prime lens, on…

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How to Make an Icon for Windows 10 or 11 Out of Any Image

We’ve shown you a lot of beautiful Windows icons, but have you ever wondered how to make your own? Open a web browser and GIMP (or your preferred photo editor), and we’ll show you how to convert any image to an ICO file. The ability to use high-resolution icons goes a long way toward making your PC look fantastic, but it’s so frustrating when you can’t find one that looks the way you want it to. So make them yourself and give Windows the customized look you’ve been looking for.…

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The New York Times has shut down its popular ‘Wordle’ archive.

Wordle, which took the world and the internet by storm earlier this year, is now owned by the New York Times. And, while it’s still largely the same addictive game and productivity killer, your favorite Wordle archive has been decommissioned. Given that you can only play Wordle once per day, archives that allow fans to access words from previous days have been extremely popular. Unfortunately, it was only fun while it lasted because one of the most popular Wordle Archive websites, which allowed users to play hundreds of previous daily…

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How to Delete All Emails Under a Label in Gmail

It’s all too easy for your Gmail inbox to spiral out of control. Labels are a great way to keep things organized, but they can also be used for other purposes. We’ll show you how to send all emails with a specific label to the trash. It’s much easier to batch delete a group of emails organized by label than it is to do it manually, page by page. You also don’t have to be concerned about accidentally deleting the wrong emails. You will be able to choose whether to…

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Google Docs now allows you to collaborate on email drafts.

Have you ever tried to collaborate on a lengthy email from afar? It’s not easy, but thanks to a new Google Workspace update, it doesn’t have to be. You (and your friends or coworkers) can now collaborate directly from Google Docs. You can write and prepare your email without being in Gmail by using a new email draft template. You can mention people in the recipient fields to have their email addresses filled in automatically, then type out the subject and message body below. Thanks to the comments feature and…

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