Rimzhim Sharma

Rimzhim Sharma is a content writer at WeTheGeek. An engineer by qualification, she discovered her penchant for writing all things tech and cool, quite by chance. Loves to write how-to articles and tips/hacks on Windows and Mac. Alongside, she also has a keen interest in exploring newest technology trends and gadgets. An existential hodophile by nature, when not writing, Rimzhim is likely to be found reading, babbling with friends, exploring music, or simply digging into her favorite foods.

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How-To, Tips & Tricks - 2021-11-30

How to Download All Images From a Website at Once

Want to save a bunch of images from a single website? Well, scrolling down the entire webpage and then saving every image individually surely sounds like a tedious job. Isn’t it? Wondering how to download all images from a website on Mac? You’ve come to the right place. There’s an easy way out to save…

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For Mac, How-To - 2021-11-29

How to Open Winmail.dat Files on your Mac

Received an email attachment with the winmail.dat file extension? Well, winmail.dat files are usually sent via Microsoft Outlook. As an encryption technique, Outlook changes the format of the Word or PDF file to winmail.dat. Here comes the tricky part. One cannot directly open a windat file on any device. Even if you tap on the…

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Data Recovery, How-To - 2021-11-27

How to Recover Deleted Files on Windows 11

In this 21st century, data is undoubtedly one of the most important assets. From our emails to log-in credentials to pictures, videos, and documents, data is everything. Hence, losing your precious data is nothing less than a nightmare. No matter which device we use, accidentally deleting files or losing data is quite natural. Isn’t it?…

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For Windows, How-To - 2021-11-25

Bluetooth Driver Missing on Windows? Here’s the Fix!

Thanks to Bluetooth technology as it allowed us to finally bid goodbye to messy cables. Don’t you think so? When it comes to sharing data between devices, Bluetooth works miraculously well to securely transmit data wirelessly. It is a widely used technology that is supported on almost all gadgets that we use including smartphones, tablets,…

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Windows 11 - 2021-11-24

Print Screen not Working on Windows 11? Here’s the Fix!

Recently upgraded your device to Windows 11? Unable to take a screenshot on Windows 11? Print screen not working? Well, you’re not alone. This is a pretty common issue reported by a lot of users where the print screen functionality is not functioning as expected. There are a variety of ways that you can use…

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How-To, Windows 11 - 2021-11-22

How To Fix Windows 11 Stuck on Tablet Mode

Windows 11 stuck on tablet mode? We’ve got you covered. In this post, we have listed a quick guide on what is tablet mode, how to enable tablet mode on Windows 10 and 11, and everything else that you need to know. Let’s get started. How to Enable Tablet Mode on Windows 11? For those…

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How-To, Windows 11 - 2021-11-20

How To Fix Windows 11 Spotlight not Working

Recently upgraded to Windows 11? Lock Screen spotlight not working? Well, you’re not alone. A majority of users have reported this issue where the lock screen spotlight is not functioning as expected. It’s a pretty common issue that is caused due to corrupt system files and settings. Another major reason that may trigger this issue…

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For Windows, How-To - 2021-11-30

FIX: Cannot Pin Apps to Start Menu in Windows 11/10

While using the Windows OS, the Start menu is like our go-to place to access apps and services at our fingertips. Isn’t it? Wouldn’t it be quite disheartening if you’re unable to pin your favorite apps to the Start menu for quick access? Well, yes definitely. Pin to Start menu not working? If you can’t…

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For Windows, How-To - 2021-11-18

Unable to Open Jar Files on Windows? Here’s the Fix!

JAR files not opening on Windows 11 or 10? We’ve got you covered. JAR stands for Java Archive File, extended from the ZIP file format. Similar to ZIP, Jar is also a package file format that aggregates multiple files into one. Both ZIP and JAR file extensions are useful for lossless data compression, archiving, and…

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The Firefox logo isn’t a fox

It is a common misbelief that the furry creature in the Firefox logo is a fox thanks to its name. But it is rather a Red Panda.