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Day: October 12, 2020

6 Best Digital Picture Frames for Families in 2020

The holiday season is all about sharing moments of joy with family and close ones. However, it’s 2020, and this year, things are a bit different. With social distancing here to stay, it goes without a doubt that sharing picture-perfect moments with your family will be a little challenging. Thankfully, modern tech seldom disappoints, and…
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A Guide to Fixing Fire TV Stick Not Recognized by TV

Like myself, many Fire TV Stick users run into one problem or another while using the streaming stick. The other day, my Fire TV Stick wasn’t showing pictures. Before that, I was experiencing a delay in audio output while watching movies on Netflix. Such snags are fixable. However, a friend told me he almost dumped…
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What Can I Disable in Task Manager’s Startup List? – Ask Leo!

When I look at Task Manager’s Startup tab, I get a really long list of things I don’t understand. What’s what? How can I find out which ones are safe to turn off? Here’s the list of what it shows right now. Maybe you can tell me? The problem, of course, is that everyone’s Startup…
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How to Fix the Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Not Opening Issue in Windows 10

Is Adobe Acrobat Reader DC failing to open in Windows 10? That can happen for any number of reasons. For instance, the program may not have sufficient permissions to run properly. Or, there could be compatibility issues at play. A corrupt Adobe Acrobat Reader DC installation can also prevent the program from launching on your…
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A Complete Guide to Setting up and Using Microsoft Your Phone

Most iPhone and Mac users enjoy the tight integration of Apple hardware and software. The same can’t be said about Android and Windows users. Many companies tried to bridge the gap between Android and Windows only to fail or fall short. So Microsoft changed that and rolled out Microsoft Your Phone app. The Your Phone…
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The New Nest Thermostat Spells the End of the Nest App

Postmodern Studio Google has a new Nest Thermostat for your consideration, and it’s cheaper and easier to install than ever. But there’s one other standout detail that’s easy to miss—you don’t control it with the Nest app, like every Nest Thermostat. Instead, you use the Google Home app—it’s the beginning of the end for the…
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How to Turn Off All Your Android Phone’s Sensors in One Tap

Mike_shots/Shutterstock Your phone is the most personal device you own. It’s almost always with you and is capable of hearing, seeing, and sensing everything you do. But what if you want to turn off these sensors before, for instance, heading into a sensitive meeting? While Android offers quick toggles to disable location tracking and cellular…
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Quick Tip: You Can Find USB-C Adapter Cables for Charging Some Older Laptops

Michael Crider I love my ThinkPad T450s. It’s loaded up with cheap RAM, its dual-chamber battery system lets me keep working for an entire day, and the keyboard is freakin’ fantastic. But I’ve kept it on the shelf for a couple of years because I’ve transitioned away from bulky chargers to an all-USB-C mobile lifestyle.…
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Lenovo Brings Ryzen Chromebooks to the Enterprise with the ThinkPad C13 Yoga

Lenovo We’ve seen a couple of Chromebooks using Lenovo’s button-down no-nonsense ThinkPad branding before, but those were cheaper models aimed at the education market. If you’ve been craving a more conventional powerful ThinkPad rocking Chrome OS, now you have one to choose: the ThinkPad C13 Yoga Chromebook. Lenovo selected AMD’s 3000-series platform instead of Intel…
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Google’s New Nest Thermostat is More Affordable with Very Few Compromises

Google If you’ve longed for a Nest Learning Thermostat but struggled to justify its $250 price tag, then the new Nest Thermostat may be just what the doctor ordered. At $129 it’s almost half the price of the original Learning Thermostat, but offers many of the same features. The new, ultra-sleek Nest Thermostat lacks the…
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How to Make a Title Line on an Excel Spreadsheet

There are several ways to add a customized title to a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel. Titles aren’t just for file names—you can place one right above your spreadsheet data so viewers can understand it more easily. Adding a Header in Excel To add a header title, click the “Insert” tab at the top left of…
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Where to Watch Apple’s iPhone 12 Event (and What Else to Expect)

Tomorrow’s the day, y’all—Apple is going to take wraps off the long-awaited iPhone 12 and all of its variants. Normally, Apple would hold this type of event in September, but in The Year of the Virus nothing is normal and everything is weird. So, we’re getting iPhone announcements in October. This event, which Apple teased…
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Why iPhone Apps Ask for “Devices on Your Local Network”

iPhone and iPad apps must ask for permission “to find and connect to devices on your local network.” This request was iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 updates, Here’s what this message means and how you should answer it. Why Apps Are Asking to Scan Your Local Network Whenever an iPhone or iPad app wants to scan…
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How to Remove Recently Added Apps in Windows 10’s Start Menu

By default, when you open your Windows 10 Start menu, you’ll see recently added apps at the top of the app list. This section shows some of the apps you have installed most recently. If you’d like to remove that, it’s easy to change. Here’s how. Here’s what a typical “Recently Added” section looks like…
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What is a NoSQL Database, and What Are They Good For?

A NoSQL database is any kind of database that breaks away from the traditional design of SQL. NoSQL databases like the document-based MongoDB have become more popular in recent years. What’s all the hype about? The Limitation of SQL: Scalability SQL has been around forever—45 years. It holds up surprisingly well, and modern implementations of…
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