When you’ve amassed hundreds of files on your PC, finding one specific file can quickly turn into a nightmare. Fortunately, Windows 10 has a few methods that you can use to navigate through your files and find the exact document or tool you’re looking for. Using Windows Search is the easiest way to get started.
Adobe Illustrator is an incredibly powerful app, but it can be difficult to navigate. With so many menus and toolbars, it’s hard to find your way around. Fortunately, it offers a huge number of keyboard shortcuts to help speed up your workflow. In this cheat sheet we’ve compiled some of the best Illustrator shortcuts, for
Adobe Premiere Pro is one of Adobe’s best-known programs within the Creative Cloud package. It’s one of the longest running apps devoted to video-making. Premiere Pro also has the well-earned reputation of being one of the most versatile and easy-to-use visual editors currently on the market. While Premiere Pro CC can seem daunting to anyone
How many times have you searched Google only to get a bunch of incorrect or unrelated search results that you wish you could filter out? Well, with a few search shortcuts, you can narrow down your search results and always get the exact results you’re looking for. You’ll find these shortcuts in our Google Search
Running commands in the terminal allows you to do many tasks more quickly than you could using a graphical application. But command prompts aren’t all that great for multitasking, at least not without some help. And that’s where tmux comes in. Tmux or terminal multiplexer is a command line program that enables you to run
Do you work remotely? You’re part of a growing community! And chances are you’re always looking to improve your remote work setup. To help you with that, we’ve come up with a free cheat sheet bundle covering top remote work apps like Asana and Slack. Polish Your Remote Workflow In this remote work cheat sheet