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Day: January 3, 2021

FIX: Microsoft Teams crash issues during launch

If you are also troubled by this issue, here are a couple of troubleshooting tips to help you fix Microsoft Teams crash issues in Windows. How to fix Microsoft Teams random crashes 1. Check Microsoft Teams service status The Microsoft Teams app may crash or refuse to open if the Microsoft services are down for…
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FIX: Microsoft Teams Status is stuck on Out of Office

Others describe recently returning from vacation with more than amazing photos and memories. They’ve accessed Teams from their tablet. Now, when back at work, their Teams status is still stuck as Out of Office. Is this happening to you too? Follow the below procedure and your effort will no go in vain. What can I…
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How to Get Real Girls Whatsapp Numbers List for 2021 for Chatting

Ladies are important, and gaining friendship trust and belief is extensively hard to find. Here is one of the best ways to have some friends. Ladies Whatsapp Numbers is much like a portal where users, can find the best friends for their type of character. It is among the best portal to make friends. Users…
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Here’s How Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp helped long distant family enjoy New Year in an amazing way

The year 2020, without any doubt, is the most challenging year for everyone. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way of living, the mindset, and the thought process of people. People are normalizing life with the ongoing pandemic. Gone are the days when people used to gather around the streets to enjoy New Year’s Eve.…
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Find your keys via Bluetooth and keep them organized with KeySmart, now 28% off

Source: StackCommerce While smart locks have their uses, we are still going to be carrying metal keys for a while yet. The KeySmart Pro Key Organizer keeps up to 14 keys neatly stacked in aluminum, making them easier to carry. Better still, it has Tile tracking — so you will never lose your keys again. Right now,…
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How to check my Airtel tariff plan in 2021 – FreeBrowsingLink

Looking for ways to check your Airtel tariff plan? the below tutorial will guide you through and provide a detailed and comprehensive steps to complete the task: how do i know my Airtel tariff plan. After recharging my SIM and made the evening business calls, I discovered that my current Airtel tariff plan is a…
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Top Mind At Adobe Ponders Over the Future of Tech in 2021

Scott Belsky of Adobe fame has recently published some musings about the development and progress that technology will see in the coming year. Before we go into what trends Belsky believes will dominate 2021, let’s have a look at the man’s rather impressive credentials. He currently acts as the Chief Product Officer, Executive Vice President…
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How to Limit Windows Update’s Download & Upload Bandwidth

If you have been using Windows 10 for a while, you might know about the Automatic updates. Windows 10 receives updates almost every month. Although updates are essential, they can slow down your internet connection. Windows 10 is set to download the updates automatically in the background. If you have high-speed internet, you won’t face…
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The Best Budget Phones In The USA In 2021 (iPhone And Android) – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

Bargain hunters like yourself are looking for the best bang for buck. These are the best budget phones in the USA in 2021 for you to choose from. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the year 2020 saw a number of solid budget smartphones manufactured and released into the United States of America. All the budget phones…
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Grab EufyCam’s 2-camera wireless home security system for a low of $200

Amazon has a unique bundle that features two EufyCam security cameras and an additional motion sensor on sale for $199.99 when you use the code EUFYCAM8810 during checkout. This system was selling for as much as $500 at the beginning of December. The package dropped down to $300 just a couple weeks ago, and today’s…
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Delete Misc Files in Android TV Box (3 Dazzling Methods)

If you use Android TV Box you will know how important it is to have a lot of storage space. We’ll guide you on how to delete misc files in Android TV Box because if you do not have enough storage space, you will find it hard to add new songs, files, folders, apps, and…
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In a year of video conferencing, 2020 was the year of Microsoft Teams

Source: Windows Central 2020 was the year Zoom became a verb. It was the year virtual meetings became the norm, and virtual classrooms were the go-to method of teaching. While Zoom stole the headlines and became the app of choice for many people when it comes to video conferencing, Microsoft Teams took off in 2020.…
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17 Influential Business Leaders, Entrepreneurs, and CEOs Look Back on 2020, and Share Their Insights On What They Expect in 2021

We’re finally here, everyone. 2020 comes to a end, taking some of its many problems with it while leaving some behind. Regardless, many people are glad to say good riddance to the year, and set their sights towards what the future holds. Which, considering how tumultuous this year has been, seems uncertain. Well, BusinessInsider sat…
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Google Has a Bunch of Free Games on Its Home Page

Google There are plenty of little hidden easter eggs in the Google search engine. From barrels rolls to performing the Cha-Cha Slide, you can have a lot of fun typing certain phrases into the search bar. However, we want to give special highlight to the full-on games Google’s snuck away here. Before we jump into…
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This Map Lets You Hear How Forests Sound All Around the World

  Marcel Poncu/Shutterstock.com As part of the upcoming Timber Festival in the UK, a sound map has been created that enables you to listen to various recordings of forests across the world. The sound map project is simple and fascinating, and you’d be surprised at how different each forest (and its corresponding weather and bird…
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How to Merge Spotify Playlists

If you’ve put together several Spotify playlists, but you’re looking to consolidate your collection, you may want to look at merging them. There isn’t a built-in method for merging playlists on Spotify, but there are ways to do it. Along with manually copying songs from one playlist to another, you can also use third-party tools…
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10 Best Game Streaming Apps For Android in 2021

Those days are gone when streaming games are only limited to desktop computers. Nowadays, gamers stream their gameplay videos from their Android smartphones. There are many high-quality Android apps available on the Google Play Store that allow users to stream gameplay videos on multiple platforms. So, if you are searching for the best Android app…
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Quick Tip: Use Mute and Word Blocking to Avoid Spoilers on Social Networks

Disney Did you hear? General Corpulus isn’t dead, he was revived by the mystical Waters of Bahoomya, retrieved by Princess Littlepiddles, who was really his cat the whole time! If this kind of thing sends you into a convulsive rage, you’ve probably been the victim of a social network spoiler or two and you’re hoping…
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How to Turn Off Smart Objects in Photoshop

Depending on how you use Adobe Photoshop, smart objects might be one of your favorite features—or a source of constant annoying dialog boxes. If you’re in the latter camp, here’s how to stop Photoshop from placing everything as a smart object. What Are Smart Objects in Photoshop? But first, let’s just go over what you’re…
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How to Automatically Sync Save Data Between Nintendo Switches

Niphon Subsri/Shutterstock Moving Cloud Save data between a primary Nintendo Switch and a secondary console can be a time-consuming annoyance. Thankfully, you can automate the syncing process and keep save data up-to-date on both Switches—even in Sleep Mode! First, navigate to your Nintendo Switch’s home screen. This can be done by quitting your game or…
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10 Best Apps To Identify Anything Using Your Phone’s Camera

It’s no doubt that the phone’s camera is getting more and more powerful with each passing day. A dual camera on smartphones is gradually decreasing because it’s now time for the triple camera module. For many people, the camera in their smartphone serves a simple and rather obvious purpose of taking pictures and recording videos.…
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Video Games I’d Rather Read About Than Play

Video games are a pretty big part of my life. I try to give most genres, if not individual games, a go. Some of them I can’t stand playing … but I still very much want to experience. It’s an interesting dichotomy: Games aren’t like movies, and you can’t sum up the whole in a…
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How to Use Shortcuts on Apple Watch

Khamosh Pathak Love using Shortcuts automations on your iPhone? The Shortcuts app on the Apple Watch lets you trigger shortcuts directly from the wrist. And as the shortcuts run on the Watch itself, there’s no need to touch your iPhone. Apple Watch users who are running watchOS 7 and higher can access the Shortcuts app…
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How to Develop Good Habits and Routines that Stick

Developing new habits and routines is tricky. Here’s the best way to go about doing it. Habits are the little things you do every day, like what you eat for lunch, whether or not you go to the gym or meditate, and whether you read a book or look at Instagram in the last few…
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COVID-19 Impacts on Business Economy Around the World (infographic)

The Pandemic has disrupted the way people live, and has affected the businesses across the world. The economy of businesses has been affected and fallen economies vary in different region depending on how strongly developed the country is. The World Economic Forum’s 20th Global Competitiveness Report, put out a survey portraying the data on the…
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What Was the Windows Briefcase Used For, Anyway?

The Windows Briefcase was introduced in Windows 95 and was the Dropbox of its day. It’s still part of Windows 7, but was deprecated in Windows 8 and is no longer part of Windows 10. The Briefcase Was All About Syncing Files If you’re old enough, you’ve probably seen a “My Briefcase” icon on a…
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What Does “NP” Mean, and How Do You Use It?

sutadimages/Shutterstock.com If you’ve thanked someone online, there’s a good chance that they responded with the initialism “NP.” We’ll tell you what it means and how to use it when chatting with your friends. “No Problem” NP stands for “No problem.” It’s usually used as a replacement for “You’re welcome” when thanks is offered. “No problem”…
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Chromium Gets Antivirus Bug Patch, Which May Roll Out To Other Related Browsers

A new update has been spotted in Chromium’s source website, focusing on making antivirus use on Chromium and other related or even derived browsers smoother. This new update, published by Google programming expert and former Valve employee Bruce Dawson, comes in lieu of a list of problems that Chromium and its derived browsers would present…
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Best Plex Plugins of 2021: Worth to Try & Download

Do you think it is possible to maintain and handle more digital libraries? No, it is not possible to maintain more extensive digital libraries. Then what is the solution for this? Yes, PLEX provides you the solution to handle more extensive digital libraries into your computer system. It is easy to build digital libraries, but managing and moving from…
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How to Prevent Users from Changing Proxy Settings on Windows 10

If you are a security or privacy conscious person like me, you might know about Proxy servers. A proxy server is just another computer that sits between you and your ISP. Proxy servers were often used by businesses to block access to certain websites or provide network users with more anonymity. Individuals often setup proxy…
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Emby vs Plex 2021: Is Plex Media Center Better than Emby?

Watching a movie or a TV show can be entertaining and a time killer at the same time. However, if you are watching it on your cable connection, you might get annoyed by the numerous advertisements displayed now and then. Also, there is a lack of choice as you cannot choose which movie or show…
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(Working) Fix WiFi Authentication Error on Android Devices 2020

Welcome back to itechhacks, The internet has become one of the basic needs of people from all around the world! Initially, people depended on a wired connection to access the internet on their computer, and smartphone users depending on their data packs for the same. WiFi Authentication Error is one of the common issues that…
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LG Display: Your next gaming monitor could have a 48-inch bendable OLED screen that produces sound without speakers

During CES 2021, LG Display will showcase a 48-inch bendable cinematic sound OLED (CSO) display designed to be curved for gaming and flat for TV viewing. LG Display’s 48-inch Bendable Cinematic Sound OLED in curved mode for gaming Image: LG Display Curved TVs never really caught on because they produce a poor viewing experience unless…
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Android device manufacturers seems to be taking the wrong inspiration from Apple by ditching the charger in the upcoming smartphone boxes

In life, we learn a lot from the experiences of other people around us, and sometimes, it is our rival that gives us the greatest lessons that help us create and evolve in the best possible way. Apple and Android are also long-term competitors and they also take inspiration from each other despite their differences.…
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Best Phones Under $200 In 2021 – Nigeria, Kenya, Egypt, Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

Across the board, the prices of smartphones shot up in 2020 and so it is more difficult to get the value that you want with your money. Which is why we have sat down to research and compile for you this list of the best phones under $200 in Nigeria and Kenya in 2021. The…
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An old build of Windows Core ‘Polaris’ has leaked online

An early build of Polaris, a canceled SKU of Windows Core OS, has leaked online. The build is from early 2018, and includes nothing but the bare core OS, meaning there’s no composer (shell) or apps present. Windows Core OS is a modern version of Windows that powers HoloLens 2 and the upcoming Windows 10X,…
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