I'd gotten used to using the very handy "Text replacement" function on my iPhone. You use it by entering the text that you want to appear when you type in a shortcut anywhere in you phone. For example, I use the shortcut "hh" to type in the words "Heading home now from ". I use this phrase a lot to let my wife know I am heading home (obviously) and I add a custom location at the end. I have a quite a few such shortcuts; mc - missed call message, abitlate - a message to custom
To restart your graphics drivers, press Win+Ctrl+Shift+B on your keyboard.
Your screen will go black for a split second, you’ll hear a beep and then everything will then reappear just as it was before you pressed the hotkey.
All your current applications should remain open and you won’t lose any work.
It can be used at any time. Just be aware taht some programs may not like this happening mid way through their operation e.g. maybe some games or other graphically intense
If you have struggled or just been annoyed with the problem of inserting emojis where you want them, well the most recent versions of Windows 10 now include an emoji hot-key combination which helps with exactly that. To open the emoji inserter, press Win+. or Win+; on your keyboard i.e hold the Windows key down and press either the period (.) or semicolon (;) key. Of course, not all programs and text editors allow the insertion of emojis so don't be too surprised if you are s