Finds of the Week: Enable Single-Click to Open Items in Windows / 6 Useful Chrome Extensions / December Wallpapers / Enable Dark Mode in Firefox

Finds of the Week is a list of websites I’ve come across lately that are interesting, fun, or useful (or all three). I hope you enjoy them. -Rhiannon

How to Enable Single-Click to Open Items in Windows 10
Whether you’re opening file, folders, desktop shortcuts or launching a program, you can save a few clicks of your mouse by changing this one setting in File Explorer. If you use a touch device, this is an especially useful tip. The article is focused on Windows 10 but the steps haven’t changed in the many years I’ve been using Windows.
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6 Google Chrome Extensions That Are Relatively Unknown but Very Useful
Google Chrome has many well known and useful extensions, but wading through them can be time consuming. Here are 6 useful and interesting extensions that are not as well known. The extensions are Earth View from Google Earth, Google Arts & Culture, Search by Image, Send from Gmail, Color Enhancer and Go Back with Backspace. If you’ve been hitting the backspace key for years to go back one web page in a browser, the last is a welcome addition. If you use Opera, you can use Chrome extensions by following these directions: How to Install Chrome Extensions in Opera.

Cheerful Wallpapers To Deck Your December Desktop (2017 Edition)
Every month Smashing Magazine publishes a collection of desktop wallpapers submitted by talented people around the globe. You can download the wallpapers with or without the calendar and in many sizes. If you want some unique wallpapers for the month, check these out.

How To Enable Dark Theme In Firefox Browser
Dark themes for browsers are useful – whether you like dark themes, the browser is easier to use with that kind of contrast, or you’re working in low light. Here’s an easy tip for enabling the dark theme in Firefox (all newer versions of Firefox have shipped with default, light and dark themes).
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