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Day: October 13, 2020

Top 4 Affordable Standing Desks Under $500

You must have heard that sitting for long hours is not a good practice from a health perspective. Apart from resulting in a weaker lower body, a sedentary lifestyle also leads to heart diseases and increases the risk of diabetes. At the same time, standing for a long period of time also has its side…
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3 Best Ways to Fix Windows Was Unable to Complete the Format Error

Formatting storage devices could help eliminate corrupt files and unwanted data. On a Windows computer, it’s an easy and pretty straightforward process. In fact, there are numerous ways to get it done. However, there are possibilities of running into certain hiccups while formatting storage. In this tutorial, we’ll share some reasons why Windows might fail…
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How to Use iMessage (Memoji) Stickers in WhatsApp and Other Apps

You no longer need special characters such as the colon ( : ), semicolon ( ; ), etc., to make smileys. Now emotions can be expressed with the help of emojis. If that doesn’t suffice, we have stickers as well. Apple offers a special version of stickers known as memojis, where you can create personalized…
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Apple iPhone 12 and 12 Mini: Everything You Need to Know

Apple It’s iPhone day! And as expected, Apple took the wraps off of its newest and best iPhones ever (they say that every year though, right?), complete with 5G. Let’s talk about the smaller of the four new phones: the 12 and 12 Mini. The phones are virtually identical on the inside, so let’s get…
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A Guide to Password Protect Folders in Windows 10

Work from home has triggered a new workflow for the folks in nearly all fields. Today, you’re getting things done from home PC or work laptop. Meanwhile, your little ones are also attending classes online using the same set of devices. That’s why it is important to keep the confidential files and folder secure using…
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‘Doom’ Can Run on a Smart Fridge Thanks to Microsoft’s Game Pass Streaming

Samsung/Bethesda There is a saying, ancient and wise: If it has a screen, it can probably run Doom. Ok, maybe that’s not a real saying, but over the years, we’ve seen Doom run on everything from printers to pregnancy tests, and now it’s on a Samsung Smart fridge. Even better, so is every other Xbox Game Pass streaming game.…
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How to Edit a Received Email in Microsoft Outlook

The subject and body of a received email are at the whim of the sender, but you can change the subject line to something better or add notes to the body quickly and easily using Microsoft Outlook. Have you ever forwarded an email to yourself or created a new task instead of marking an email…
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A Microsoft Surface Book Laptop Took a Bullet for Its Owner, Saving His Life

@itsExtreme_ Microsoft doesn’t advertise any of its Surface hardware line as bulletproof, or even bullet-resistant. Nevertheless, one owner of the Surface Book claims that his saved his life, after a stray bullet fired from a nearby apartment lodged in the 2-in-1 laptop. A dramatic photo posted to Twitter shows the round “caught” between the screen…
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How to Send Text Messages from Your Chromebook

oatawa/Shutterstock Chrome OS offers a handful of ways to keep your Chromebook and Android phone in sync. One of its features allows you to access your SMS inbox and respond to texts from your Chromebook. Here’s how to set it up. Before you can enable the text message functionality, you will have to pair your…
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Amazon Prime Day 2020: Now’s the Time to Buy (Another) Instant Pot

Instant Pot Whether you’ve never had an Instant Pot or you’ve been considering adding a new one to your stable of cooking gadgets, the deep discounts on various models during Prime Day make it the perfect time to grab an Instant pot. From soups to kid-friendly meals, you can make just about anything in an…
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How to Personalize the Google Discover Feed on Android

The Google Discover feed on your Android phone or tablet is a place for you to find interesting news stories, sports scores, and other content without having to search for it. Discover relies on learning your interests to surface relevant information. We’ll show you how to personalize it. Where Is the Google Discover Feed? The…
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Holiday 2020: The Best Tools for New Homeowners

STILLFX/Shutterstock.com Few things spark more excitement (and promise more adventures) than buying your first home. It’s a place you can actually call yours and make your own. But new homeowners might not know that with all that freedom and fun comes a need for an artillery of tools for home improvement projects. We’ve gathered a…
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What Is chroot on Linux and How Do You Use It?

The chroot Linux utility can modify the working root directory for a process, limiting access to the rest of the file system. This is usually done for security, containerization, or testing, and is often called a “chroot jail.” What Does chroot Do? Chroot does one thing—run a command with a different root directory. The command…
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How to Disable Phone Noise Cancellation on iPhone

By default, iPhones use noise cancellation to reduce ambient background noise on phone calls placed through the Phone app. While noise cancellation is great for most calls, some people find it disorienting. If that’s the case, it’s easy to completely turn off. Here’s how. What Is Phone Noise Cancellation? Phone noise cancellation, first introduced in…
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The Best Tech Deals for Prime Day October 13th and 14th [Continuously Updated]

Amazon Amazon is putting its best foot forward for this year’s Prime Day! That’s right, Amazon is running its best end-of-the-year deals on October 13th and 14th, just in time for some early Christmas shopping. We’ll help you get your finger on the pulse with a constantly updating list of discounted electronics. So, what are…
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