CSV, comma separated values, is a common format when saving information in a tabular form. Unlike native Excel format, it is cross-platform and requires no special software to read the content. You can drop a .csv file in a text
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Excel is excellent in data analysis and data visualization if you have a large set of data needs to be graphically visualized. Excel can do that for you rather quickly, one problem with a large set of data is the
We have covered enormous tips and how-to on Sublime Text. It’s so great that we can’t wait to share more neat features with you. If you are into development or just interested in specifically configuring Sublime Text the way you want it to be.
Back to early this year, way before Windows 10 was announced, a UX/UI designer named Jay Machalani started a research project trying to fix what’s wrong in Windows 8 and proposed a conceptual idea for, in his own words, Windows
If your PC is running into problems, a USB recovery drive can help you troubleshoot these problems. And if you are lucky, you may fix them even when your PC won’t start. There are many 3rd party tools out there
Windows 8.1 has added quite a few new features to Lock Screen to let you make a much better use of it. For example, the new Slide Show feature can turn your idling computer into a picture frame right on
A mailto behavior is to define how Windows handles a mailto link, mostly on the web pages, when it’s clicked. The default behavior can change every time when a new program gets installed into your system. It’s usually handled through