I like to get my work done fairly quickly, so that means I despise having to wait for my computer to start up, and get ready for me. Being the organized person I am, having to click through several different folders, and icons can be a tedious task. So to alleviate myself from the extra clicking, I use Run Commands. Remember the Run Commands I had explained to you before? Yeah those. It is actually possible for you to create a Run Command for your frequently used document, or software. That means that all you have to do is type your desired search item in the Run Command, and hit enter, it will instantly open up what you were looking for. In essence, with Run Commands you can access your favourite applications in a jiffy. Neat eh? Let’s take a look at how this is done:
This article will be dedicated to Shreya, for dropping TEQnation an email asking us how to see the thumbnail picture in YouTube videos. First of all, thanks for asking us your question Shreya, we look forward to answering it in this post. We at TEQnation highly encourage you readers to ask away, and let us know what you want to read about, or what you would like to know about, so keep it up readers!
The first step is to open the YouTube video for which you want to see the thumbnail in a new tab. We recommend doing it in Chrome.