The Chrome Web Store has slowly built up a large library of powerful extensions. It has an extension for almost everything and many of the extensions are as powerful as the add-on you will find for Firefox. That said, extensions increase the memory usage by Chrome. On a good day, when users only have one […]
A screenshot is a quick way to visually share what’s on your screen. In many cases, a screenshot can also serve as proof of submission or a quick way to save information on the screen that you otherwise cannot copy. It’s an essential function regardless if you use a desktop or a mobile device. Screenshot […]
When it comes to recording your screen on Windows 10, the number one software that everyone will suggest is OBS (Open Broadcaster Studio). It is a great app; it can record and stream, you can use it to set up scenes, and it can record the desktop, a particular window, multiple windows, and even a […]
macOS has the best stock screenshot utility of any desktop OS in the market today. You can get impressive, third-party, feature-rich screenshot tools for Windows 10 but there is little that can beat having a great tool out-of-the-box on your OS. The macOS screenshot tool can take screenshots, record screencasts, save images in PNG or […]
Flameshot is an excellent screenshot tool, but it doesn’t set itself as the default screenshot app once installed. Instead, users need to set it up themselves. To do this, you will need to modify the default screenshot shortcuts on your desktop. In this guide, we’ll show you how to set up Flameshot as the default […]
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