Moving from Windows 10 to Windows 11 was largely a painless experience for me however like any new major Windows release it has its share of interesting quirks however there was one particular quirk that I’ll show you how to fix in this post.
Windows 11 by default will show a slimmed-down Windows Explorer context menu, with an option to expand the menu to “Show more options”. While at first, I did welcome the change, over time it became a bit of an annoyance and a real productivity killer because it meant I had to perform an extra click for no tangible benefit.
In this post, I’ll show you how to disable the “Show more options” feature of Windows 11.
It’s common today to use the CTRL+W in various applications including most web browsers.
If you’ve used Visual Studio you’ve probably noticed that this keyboard shortcut does not work when trying to close the currently opened tab.
In this article, I’ll show you how you can easily configure Visual Studio to close the currently opened tab.
If you work JSON documents, I’m sure you’ve probably had to create a class file from a JSON string. Doing this manually can be a real pain in the proverbial, especially if you are working with a large JSON document. It can also be very error-prone. Therefore it’s best to automate this conversion.
In this post I’ll show you how to automatically generate a class file from a JSON string using a little known feature built into Visual Studio.
Ever had to provide remote support to someone? It can be a real pain in the proverbial, including setting up the remoting software at both end points.
In this post you’ll learn how to share screens between two Windows 10 devices using the little known, built-in Windows Quick Assist app. The best part about it is that it requires almost no setup. Just straight to business!
Firefox Multi-Account Containers is a great technology for power-users. In this article I’ll explain what Firefox Multi-Account Containers is all about, how it works and how you can use it to dramatically speed-up your workflow.
What Are Firefox Multi-Account Containers?
As a technical consultant I routinely work with multiple clients on a regular basis. For this reason I have multiple accounts for the same online services which I’m constantly switching between, such as Office 365.
Typically this involves logging out of one account, and into the other which is both unproductive and also can be a problem if you need to access both accounts simultaneously.
While I have explored many solutions to date I couldn’t find a good solution … that is until I found the Firefox Multi-Account Containers extension. In fact, I’ve switched from using Google Chrome to Firefox for this very reason!
Firefox Containers essentially allows you to run multiple web browser sessions at the same time within a single web browser window. For example, you could be logged into multiple Facebook accounts at the same time within the same Web Browser window. Cool, right? Yeah