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The Wonders of Online Shopping

How does access to the internet affect consumer behaviour? Let’s find out!

Useful Google Chrome Extensions

1. LastPass

LastPass is a password manager that auto-fills in passwords for all of the accounts you save with this extension. You only have to remember one password: your LastPass password. This saves you time, headaches, and increases the security of your personal data.


2. Pinterest

This extension allows you to easily save items onto your Pinterest boards without navigating away from what you’re doing. What’s neat about this tool is that it shows you multiple pinnable items available on each website so you can save more than one item to your board at a time. (Normally, you would have to click into each blog post or image in order to separately pin each to your boards individually.)

Pinterest Chrome extension

3. OneTab

When you conduct research for a piece of content, it’s easy to get swamped in multiple open tabs with great resources you want to cite. The trouble is, once it comes time to write and refer back to the sources, it’s hard to navigate between all of the tabs. Luckily, OneTab lets you put multiple different URLs into a single tab for easy reference.

4. Momentum

Momentum is a simple Chrome extension that replaces blank new tabs with beautiful photography, inspiring quotes, weather reports, and a space for you to write down a priority for the day when you open up your browser for the first time. 


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Tech Tutorial- Making Flashcards on Goodnotes 5

Learn how to study through using Goodnotes 5 on your iPad! Here is a guide that will teach you how to create flashcards on Goodnotes 5. It is very useful for studying languages and definitions!

Procreate Symmetry Tool

To learn about the Procreate Symmetry Tool, view the Tech Guide here!

Tech Tips: How to Enable Dark Mode & Block Ads on Microsoft Edge

Step 1. Launch the new Microsoft Edge (Chromium-based) on your Windows 10 PC.

Step 2. Click the menu button (…) at the top right-hand corner and select Settings.

Step 3. Click Appearance from the left-hand side of the Settings page.

How to Enable Dark Mode in Microsoft Edge (Windows 10, Android & iOS)

Step 4. click Theme or Default theme box under Customize browser and select Dark to switch to a dark them.

How to Enable Dark Mode in Microsoft Edge (Windows 10, Android & iOS)

You can also select it to System default which will change the  Microsoft Edge between light or dark mode based on how your system’s theme is configured.

How to Block Ads on Microsoft Edge 

Luckily, the Microsoft Edge mobile app has a built-in Adblock Plus feature. Just enable this extension and all the ads will be automatically blocked.

Step 1. Open the Microsoft Edge browser app.

Step 2. Tap the three dots icon menu at the bottom of the screen and select Settings.

Step 3. Tap Content blockers.

Step 4. Enable the toggle button next to the Block ads option.

This for Android will block advertisements and pop-ups for all websites inside Microsoft Edge. However, this option will still allow acceptable ads and will only block intrusive ads on your browser.How to Block Ads in Microsoft Edge on Android and iPhone (Adblock Plus)

How to Change Background in Microsoft Edge

Step 1. Open the Microsoft Edge browser on your PC. Open a new tab by pressing “Ctrl + T.

Step 2. Click the Settings or Gear icon.

Step 3. Select Custom.

Step 4. Under the Custom section, click Your own image. 

How to Change the Background on Microsoft Edge (Canary & Dev) in 2020

Step 5. Click Upload under Your own image section.How to Change the Background on Microsoft Edge (Canary & Dev) in 2020

Change the Background on Microsoft Edge

Step 6. Select your desired background image and Click Open.

How to Change the Background on Microsoft Edge (Canary & Dev) in 2020

Step 7. Finally, the background has been changed instead of Bing’s Image of the day.How to Change the Background on Microsoft Edge (Canary & Dev) in 2020

Change the Background on Microsoft Edge

To replace the custom background image, click on Remove, and upload a new image of your choice.

How to Change the Background on Microsoft Edge (Canary & Dev) in 2020

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MacBook Keyboard Shortcuts

You can press key combinations to do things on your MacBook that you’d normally do with a trackpad, mouse, or other device. Here’s a list of commonly used keyboard shortcuts.

Command-XCut the selected item and copy it to the Clipboard.
Command-CCopy the selected item to the Clipboard.
Command-VPaste the contents of the Clipboard into the current document or app.
Command-ZUndo the previous command. Press Command-Shift-Z to redo.
Command-ASelect all items.
Command-FOpen a Find window, or find items in a document.
Command-GFind the next occurrence of the item you’re searching for. Press Command-Shift-G to find the previous occurrence.
Command-HHide the windows of the front app. Press Command-Option-H to view the front app but hide all other apps.
Command-MMinimize the front window to the Dock. Press Command-Option-M to minimize all windows of the front app.
Command-NOpen a new document or window.
Command-OOpen the selected item, or open a dialog to select a file to open.
Command-PPrint the current document.
Command-SSave the current document.
Command-WClose the front window. Press Command-Option-W to close all windows of the app.
Command-QQuit the current app.
Command-Option-EscChoose an app to Force Quit.
Command-TabSwitch to the next most recently used app among your open apps.
Command-Shift-5Open the Screenshot utility. You can also take screenshots using the following shortcuts:Press Command-Shift-3 to take a screenshot of the entire screen.Press Command-Shift-4 to take a screenshot of a selected area of the screen.

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