- On any website press F12 and click to open DevTools.
There is a bar above the display with a drop down where you can select particular Dimensions for the device you want to emulate, or leave it on “Responsive”.
Works in Edge, which is “chromium based”; grapevine says it works in Chrome, etc.
- Add the following (including the quotes) before the url you are shortcutting to:
“C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft\Edge\Application/msedge.exe” -inprivate -new-window https://(your.url}
Works in Windows11.
Hat tip: TenForums.com
- Get the file Enable.txt | Download Link [right-click to Save As; left-click will just view it]
- Rename from .txt to .reg; execute & reboot
You will need to overcome your own network & computer security, but this reg tweak has already been “Guinea-pigged” here. Standard backup your registry blah-dee-blah (from back in the day before automatic browse abled image backup) applies.
A corresponding reg file to reverse the tweak is available from the source, where you will have to download a .zip file that extracts to two files named ‘Enable’ and ‘Disable’ respectively.
Under the category of Tools will go all the awsome online apps available for free and with full in-browser functionality.
The feature for this post is a surprisingly effective pdf to doc converter – surprising since it does not have any crippled functionality, watermarks, registration requirement, etc., etc. like so many others. The docs come down with no formatting anomalies and fully editable; easily converted back to pdf which makes this effectively an excellent PDF editor.
PDF to DOC – Convert PDF to Word Online (pdf2doc.com)
add between the <head> and the </head> tags:
from within the <a> tag:
<A title=”[description]” href=”[url]” target=”_blank”>[name]</A>