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How To Find Groovypost Tutorials

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Hi There! I can't create new posts in tips and tricks, so I'm posting this trick here. Please move if appropriate and found to be helpful or leave here!

This is a zip file I created with the W10 PSR tool. This is how I find tutorials created by groovypost.com; my now favorite site for  tutorials, and should be your favorite also!

I just type what I want to know in Google and add groovypost. Here's zip file! I typed "How do I create a w10 recovery drive groovypost" Pretty cool!

Hey @Steve  Give this a look and see what you think about the way I find your tutorials! You have a better way, please post it here!;)

I'm full of tips and tricks! I enjoy sharing them with members!

You need to create a recovery drive for W10, so use this post to learn how to do it!



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On 7/13/2016 at 6:46 AM, holdum333 said:

Give this a look and see what you think about the way I find your tutorials!

Thank you Gary - Glad to here you're enjoying gP.

Another way to have Google search a specific site w/Chome is:

1 - Start a new Chrome Tab

2 - Type in domain name (followed by a space)

3 - Type in keywords to search


Works very easily. 

You can also goto Google.com and type: site:groovypost.com KEYWORD SEARCH

Hope these tips help!


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