Copy URLs of All Open Tabs in Chrome, Firefox, Edge

Copy URL and Title of All Open Tabs in Chrome and Firefox

We saw one of the ways to Copy Title and URLs from all open tabs in Internet Explorer. For Google Chrome and Firefox, there are many add-ons or extensions for this purpose. This post features a couple of nice extensions that can copy the URLs for the current tab, current window, or all windows. Further, both these add-ons allow nice customization as to how the title and links are copied.Read more

How to Make the Taskbar Fully Transparent in Windows 10

Today I accidentally stumbled upon a hidden gem in Windows 10, a registry setting that activates high transparency for the Taskbar. It’s the UseOLEDTaskbarTransparency registry value that does the magic.

Update: This registry edit works in Windows 10 version 1903 and earlier. It doesn’t seem to work if you have v1909, 2004, or higher installed. In Windows 10 1909, 2004 and higher, you may try TranslucentTB or a similar third-party utility.

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Command Prompt Flashes and Closes Quickly at Startup or Random Intervals

If the Command Prompt, PowerShell, or an unknown program window flashes during logon or at random intervals without you doing anything, there are many chances that it’s a Task Scheduler job. The windows popping up frequently can be a huge distraction when you’re working or playing a game on the computer.Read more

How to Completely Remove Old Printers in Windows 10 or 11

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When you try to add a new printer by clicking the Add a printer or scanner in the Printer & Scanners page, old printers you added earlier but no longer use may be listed.

This post tells you how to completely remove old, uninstalled, or obsolete printers from the Add a Printer and Printers & Scanners pages. In addition, the leftover printer drivers, driver packages, and registry entries need to be removed.Read more

[Fix] “Cmd” is the Default Action for Folders (Right-click Menu)

Summary: Default right-click action changes to Cmd for folders in Windows 10. Double-clicking folders shows the association error message. I’ve seen a few cases where the default action for folders somehow changed from Open to Cmd, showing up in bold when you right-click a file system folder. And clicking it shows the following file association … Read more