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How to Use the Selective Sync Feature in Dropbox

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Transcript So in this video, I’ll be showing you how to use the Selective Sync feature offered by Dropbox. So you’ll notice in the bottom right corner, I have a Dropbox icon that has a green checkmark next to it. That means the files are fully synchronized, they’re the same on my device as they are on the Dropbox servers. Now, what I’m gonna do is I’m gonna click on this icon, and then I shall click the folder icon here, to show you the actual Windows Explorer version of my Dropbox. Now what you’ll see is that it’s fairly simplistic, I have a Word document, and I have some photos. What you’re actually seeing here is a selective sync version of the Alternate Scene…

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How to Use Task Manager’s Hidden Tiny Footprint Mode

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Transcript Now, if you’re a Windows user, there’s a certain point in your life where you learn that Ctrl+Alt+Del is your best friend. From Ctrl+Alt+Del, you can actually pop up the task manager. So, I can’t show Ctrl+Alt+Del on screen here, because of the way my video capturing software works, but that’s one way to pop-up task manager. The other way is to simply right-click in the taskbar in Windows, so down here for example. And then you’ll notice that there’s a task manager option. I can simply select that to launch task manager. But regardless how you do it, I wanted to quickly show you a feature that not many people necessarily encounter. So over here you see a simplified list of apps. I…

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How to Send Photos as Attachments in Gmail

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Transcript A while back, Gmail decided to change the look of the Compose Email interface, I’m talking about this feature right here. When you press Compose, in the past there used to be a full screen editor. Right now what they have is a little pop-up like this that writes New Message, to, subject, cc, bcc, has a place to type your message, and then of course you can send, and there’s some controls. Now, this is different… but let’s go ahead and do what I’m looking to do, which is attaching a file. I have this photo right here. Let’s say I wanna send this photo to myself. My instinct, to get this done, is to drag the photo, and then drop it within…

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How to Hide the Clock In Windows 10

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Transcript Now if you watch my videos, you may have noticed that I like to hide the clock in Windows 10, when I’m doing a tutorial – I’ll show you what I mean. So if you look in the bottom right corner here, you see the time, you see the date. Now, I like to hide this because when I make edits in my videos, sometimes it spans a few minutes. The cuts are a few minutes apart. And I don’t want people to see the clock jumping, I think that that’s a distraction, so I like to hide that clock. Now I’ll show you how you can hide the clock as well in case you’re recording, or if you just wanna hide the time…

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How to Show Or Hide File Extensions in Windows 10

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Transcript Alright, here’s how to show or hide file extensions in Windows 10. You’ll notice on my desktop I have a file named Note. I can tell it’s a Word file, but I can’t see the .docx extension. If I really want to see that, I have to enable file extensions in Windows, I’ll show you how to do that. All you have to do is launch Windows Explorer, and once Explorer appears, all you have to do is locate the tab at the top named View, and then click it. And once you’re in this area, you’ll notice on the right that there’s an option here: File name extensions. It’s really that simple. Click the checkbox, you’re all set. If I go back on…

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