The First Of Many

As the title suggests, this post is the first of many.

Don’t be afraid, this will not be a blog where I post about the usual basic blogger things that no one really cares about.

Rather, I aim to use this as a platform to share my skills, knowledge and expertise on technology, general productivity, and whatever else I find interesting at the time.

Since I have now spent 5 straight hours customizing the look and feel of the site and I am quite over this, the first post will be easy-game.  
Shout out to Scot Hanselman for posting this on Twitter as well and changing my life forever as a result. 
The default mouse cursor size is just way too small.
More specifically, it is too small for the high resolution monitors we tend to work on these days.  
I and probably most of you reading this typically lose your mouse cursors on the screen minimum of 10 times a day, forcing me to shake it violently in an attempt to locate it.  
To fix this issue, you can go into the Windows Settings app and change the size and colour of the cursor.  

Just go to Windows Settings >

image pointing to windows settings button
Then to Ease Of Access > 
Ease Of Access Section in Windows Settings
Then on the Mouse Pointer tab you can change the size and make it any colour you want.  
Now you will never lose your little mouse pointer friend again.  
Thank you for coming to my Ted-Talk.  
Also, you will see the site and as far as I can all the images I will be posting will be in dark mode.  
This is because as with many people who spend the majority of their time on their PCs/Laptops, the light burns my eyes.  

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