How to Create an Autoexec for CS:GO

After a while of playing CS:GO you start to notice that there are countless settings you can change and adjustments you can make. But, the only problem is that given the sheer number of settings you can change, it becomes ridiculous to have to keep changing them back to the settings you had every time you log on. Changing your settings in CS:GO, though, is more than helpful and can make all the difference in whether or not you can win gunfights or matches entirely. So, you’ll probably need to find a work-around for this. Luckily, there exists that very thing. Autoexecs can be used to save your in-game CS:GO settings and then automatically load them for you upon opening the game. Continue reading

How to Change Your Keyboard Language in Windows 10

If you’re looking to type on your PC in another language, gain access to certain characters, accents, etc., Windows 10 has a feature that allows you to download officially provided language packs. There exists a wide variety of language packs available for downloading, from Afrikaans to Yoruba. So, there will be no problems getting the language you need. In a simple, step-oriented guide, we’ll show you how you can start typing in that second language of yours right on your computer. Continue reading

How to Create Your Own Course on Memrise

Memrise is a website and a mobile application that offers free language learning courses for a wide variety of languages. The courses are made officially by Memrise themselves. While these courses are reliable and effective, you may want more specificity or perhaps things done in a particular style. This is where the “create your own course” feature comes in. Though relatively unknown to a lot of Memrise users, it is possible to create your own language course (or any other kind of course you desire) on the Memrise website. In this article, we will show you in a brief and simple way how to do just that. Continue reading

How to Highlight Duplicates in Google Sheets

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Google Sheets can be used to highlight duplicates in a spreadsheet. How the repeats are displayed is fully customizable in the formatting style options. This can be used to represent specific reasons for why a duplicate was highlighted so it makes sense to anyone looking at the data. For instance, you can highlight the entire row of a given column containing any duplicates. Or, alternatively, it can also be formatted to simply highlight any cell with a value that appears more than once in the spreadsheet. Continue reading