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How to Disable the New Transparency Effects in Windows 10

With Microsoft’s new Fluent Design, announced alongside the Fall Creators Update, Windows 10 is gaining more and more transparency—or, technically, translucency. If you don’t like this effect, you can flip a switch to disable transparency in all parts of Windows 10, from the taskbar and Start menu to apps like Calculator and People. Click Here … Read more How to Disable the New Transparency Effects in Windows 10

How to Monitor Your Chromebook’s System Resources with Cog

While Chromebooks are generally considered “casual use” machines, they continue to get more powerful and versatile. And as they continue to do more, the strain on the machine naturally becomes larger. If you’re looking for a great way to quickly and easily keep tabs on what your Chromebook is doing, look no further than Cog. … Read more How to Monitor Your Chromebook’s System Resources with Cog

How to Switch to (or Leave) the Canary Channel on Your Chromebook

Just like Chrome, Google offers multiple channels of the Chrome OS operating system. In addition to the standard Stable, Beta, and Developer channels you can choose from on the About page, there’s a special bleeding-edge Canary channel. The process for switching to Canary, however—or leaving Canary if you’re already using it—is more complex. Click Here to Continue … Read more How to Switch to (or Leave) the Canary Channel on Your Chromebook