Disclaimer: This post was originally posted on pcmadeeasy-blog.tumblr.com. It has been edited to add updates.
If you’re like me, you might find a bunch of great images on Instagram/Facebook/Twitter of stuff that is actually real and you can probably buy, but there is no link to get such awesome find. That drove me insane for quite a while because there was no easy way to find where this image came from and the only thing that I did was describe the image for google. This worked for me only a few times and it took me forever to actually find the source. Well, there’s good news! There’s a super easy way to find that image with Google Images.
I came across this last year (or earlier) back when it was introduced but I never found any good purpose to it and I forgot about it, but just a couple of minutes ago I saw this awesome thing on Tumblr that I actually need an I’ll use that as my example.
I was looking through my dashboard and I saw this awesome tent-looking thing for a bed that would give you privacy if you share your room with someone else. Here’s the picture I saw:
As you can see, the image is pretty small and you can’t even read the letters on the top, so I have no clue where it came from.
Here’s when Google images comes to the rescue:
I hope this helps you out and if you have any questions just leave a comment below.
Have a great day!
After the latest vulnerabilities were exposed (and thankfully fixed) in Adobe Flash Player, it is important to know how to disable it to prevent any future bug from hurting your computer system. When you disable a plugin, you are basically not allowing it to run on your browser. I am an avid Chrome user, so here is the easiest way to disable Flash and any other plugins:
Open a new tab
Type (or copy and paste) chrome://plugins/
Find the plugin called Adobe Flash Player and click disable. The plugin should be greyed-out. You should also make note of the version of the current plugin to know when the new one has been updated.
And that is it! Simple, right?
Once the new patched version becomes available, simply make sure you are running the latest version of Chrome and enable the plugin.
Note: When you disable Flash, you will not be able to view any content that runs on it, so simply enable the plugin if you want to view that content.
I hope this was useful. Let me know if you have any questions.
Have a nice weekend!
If you have ever had to deal with a wonky PDF file that will just not cooperate when copying text from it to Word, this video will help you so much. You don't need to download any additional software, so this is as quick and easy as it gets.
As a college student I had to read a lot of research papers and quote them as well, PDF to Word formatting errors were something I saw frequently and I didn't know a quick fix to them. Most of these articles were in PDF format and when copying the quote in my Word document, instead of the text showing up like this (Mary had a little lamb, little lamb, little lamb, Mary had a little lamb...), things would show up like this:
Mary had a
Mary had a
...you get the jist of it. As someone who had to quote sentences in one continuous line, I got sick of clicking backspace a million times and I finally found this solution.
Let me know if this works for you!
If you have any other questions, please leave them in the comments below and I will gladly help you out.
Have a good one!