How to Dual-Boot Two (or More) Versions of Windows

Computers normally have a single operating system installed on them, but you can dual-boot multiple operating systems. You can have two (or more) versions of Windows installed side-by-side on the same PC and choose between them at boot time.

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April 18th, 2015 by the How-To Geek | No Comments »

Why Are Some iPhone Messages Green and Some Blue? Does It Matter?

Some of your text messages in iPhone’s Message app are green. Some are blue. What does it mean and do the color designations even matter? Read on as we explain the curious case of the chromatic messages and why it does it fact matter.

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April 17th, 2015 by the How-To Geek | No Comments »

Geek Trivia: British Researchers Created A Novel Water Quality Sampling Technique Using What Common Item?

British Researchers Created A Novel Water Quality Sampling Technique Using What Common Item?

  1. Newspapers
  2. Tampons
  3. Tea Bags
  4. Ledger Paper

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How to Factory Reset or Reboot an Apple TV

There may come a time when you want to sell your Apple TV or give it to someone else. Or, maybe you bricked it with a bad jailbreak or failed system update (it happens). In any event, it’s good to know how to factory reset your Apple TV.

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How to Move or Copy Text in Word 2013 Without Affecting the Clipboard

There is a little known feature that has been available in Word since the DOS days. Suppose you want to move some content from one location in your Word document to another, but you want to preserve something else you copied onto the clipboard.

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