How to Move Chrome Tabs to the Bottom of the Screen on Android

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Starting with the version 72 you can move the Chrome’s toolbar with tabs, search, menu icons to the bottom of the screen. Just the way it is on iPhone. It is much more convenient because you can reach the toolbar with your finger easier, especially if you have a phone with 6 inch display but prefer using your Android device with one hand. The feature is available in the “flags” but hopefully will migrate to the “Settings” soon.

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How to Restore Hyper-V Virtual Machine from VHDX-File in Windows 10 or Server

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Today we will explain how to cope with a quite common problem – your Hyper-V virtual machine is not working and you face an error when you try to start it. In my case I faced the following error message:

Error applying SCSI Controller changes
... failed to add resources to [virtual machine]. 
An unexpected error occurred: The specific network resource or device is no longer available. (0x80070037).

From this guide you will know how to recover your VM without reinstalling the operating system on it from a scratch. All you need to have is at least the virtual hard disk file (.vhdx).

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How to Remove All Deleted Photos and Videos from iPhone to Free Up Space

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Everyone knows that photos and especially videos are able to take a lot of space in your iPhone’s storage. And as soon as iPhone doesn’t support external memory cards the free space issue is often one of the biggest problems. The thing is that every time you delete an image or video clip in Apple Photos or Google Photos you don’t actually delete these files from device but just move them to the “Recently Deleted” album. This album acts exactly as the Recycle Bin in Windows but serves only for storing removed pictures and videos. It means that tapping “Delete” in Photos or Google Photos app won’t free even a kilobyte of your storage itself until you empty the “Recently Deleted” album.

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Disable Auto Replace on Galaxy S10, S9, S8

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What’s the Problem and Why Disable Auto Replace?

Automatic word replacement is a feature that is designed to fix typos on Android. In Samsung Keyboard app on Galaxy devices it is called auto replace. It can be rather handy in many cases if you use the official language. But as soon as you start using slang chatting with your friends, you will likely face some frustrating moments. The auto correction feature will replace the majority of spoken words with the “correct” words belonging to the official language that are similar in spelling. The program will simply think that you made a typo while you wrote that way intentionally.

In this tutorial I will show how to disable auto replace on Samsung Galaxy S10, S9, S8, Note 9, Note 8 running One UI on Android 9 Pie.

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Enable Full Screen Gestures Mode (Hide Navigation Bar) on Galaxy S9, S10

Samsung Galaxy S9 Full Screen no navigation bar Android 9

In this guide I will explain how to enable the full screen mode by hiding the navigation bar buttons on Samsung Galaxy S10, S9, Note 9 and similar models running Android 9 Pie with Samsung’s One UI.

In Android 8 you could hide the navigation bar but you had to retrieve it to navigate. With Android 9 Pie update you can completely hide the navigation bar with all buttons and finally make the gorgeous screen of you Galaxy S9 or Note 9 clean of all that stuff. And here is how you can switch to gestures on One UI without any visible nav icon/button.

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