As the name tells, the vertical tabs feature shifts the tabs from the usual top position to the left side of the browser. You can use the vertical tabs button to switch between horizontal and vertical tab layouts in Edge. In future Edge builds, you will also be able to resize the vertical tabs bar by clicking and dragging the sidebar.
Microsoft Edge comes with powerful tracking prevention features. It allows the Edge browser to limit harmful trackers, minimize ad personalization, and more. To utilize this feature, go to Settings and head to the ‘Privacy, search, and services’ tab, and set Tracking prevention to Strict. You can add exceptions for specific websites later if a website you frequently visit breaks after using strict tracking prevention. This is one of the most useful Edge tips and tricks you need to use to bolster your privacy online.
The first Microsoft Edge tip we think you should know about is sleeping tabs. Microsoft Edge recently gained a sleeping tabs feature that automatically puts inactive tabs to sleep to minimize resource usage. The Redmond giant boasts that the sleeping tabs feature reduces CPU and memory usage by 37% and 32%, respectively. To use sleeping tabs in Microsoft Edge, go to Settings, switch to the “System” tab from the left sidebar, and toggle on the ‘Save resources with sleeping tabs’ option. You can read our linked in-depth guide to learn how to effectively use this feature.
Find and Replace feature in Word is a lifesaver. It helps you make quick changes without having to peck and hunt for every instance you need to be changed. Besides, you can use the Find and Replace for hidden characters in your document. To find and replace special characters in a document, follow these steps;
Working on a complex with different columns, styles, and formats; editing can be a tedious exercise. To see what’s going while formatting your document, it’s advisable you make all the invisible marks, including spaces, hard returns, tabs, and soft returns visible. In Windows, you can achieve this by pressing Ctrl + Shift-8; for Mac, use Command-8.
Do you have a document that you use again and again by only updating a few key details? If the document includes time and or date, one of the nifty tricks is to allow Word to update the date automatically. To insert a date that updates automatically, follow the procedure below;
To highlight an entire sentence, hold down Ctrl Key + Windows. If you’re are a Mac user, use the Command Key and click on the beginning of the sentence and Word will take care of the rest.
Do you want to add some random text to your document? Word has you covered. You can do this easily using Microsoft tricks and tips. To do this, type: =lorem (P, I); and replace “P” with the number of paragraphs you want, and “I” with the number of sentences you need. Once you have defined the variable (P, I), hit enter to generate the text. As well, you can use random Office documentation “gobbledygook” as the primary source material for your place filer. To do this, use the equation =rand (P, I).
Apart from judging your spelling and grammar, Word can determine the complexity of writing style. For instance, does your writing style meet the comprehension of the 5th grade of someone with a post-grad degree? Word uses the Flesh Reading Ease test to calculate your score on a 100-point scale. The higher the percentage on the scale, the easier it’s to understand. In most circumstances, Office documentation suggests that the score should be above 60. Besides, the Flesh-Kincaid Grade Level test indicates which US grade level your text is written for; in any scenario, you should always aim for 7.0 to 8.0 according to Microsoft documentation. To activate this feature; follow the procedure below:
This is my personal tip from a hard lesson learned: if you have your own truck and accept a quick job, just realize that your truck will be left behind wherever you last drove it: it won't follow you to the destination of your quick job. So if you drove your truck to San Diego and then took a quick job from San Diego to Albuquerque, you'll be hopping into the companies' truck and making the trip. When you finish, the game will put you back in San Diego, into your own truck. So don't expect to pick up your own truck in Albuquerque! If you want to always drive your own truck, pick jobs from the Freight Market instead of Quick Jobs.
That's it for now! Do you have any other tips, tricks or suggestions for new players of American Truck Simulator? Which tip do you find the most useful? Let me know in the comments section below!