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Day: January 4, 2021

How to use the grep command for better data retrieval

Automating the performance of tasks via scripting is something we all strive to do as IT pros. But taking it a step further by using grep adds a layer of granularity and universality to your scripts. Image: iStock/HAKINMHAN Interacting with data is the core function of any IT professional. Each role is unique and brings…
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This mod mixes State of Decay 2 with the Walking Dead for new challenges

The mod is combined with the new Lethal difficulty, which makes resources extremely scarce, causes zombies to become extremely dangerous, and in general makes the game nearly impossible for all but the most experienced players. The Walking Dead mod gets rid of all freaks (except for the occasional screamer), turns all zombies into lethal plague…
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6 best registry cleaner tools for Windows 10 [2021 Guide]

by Madalina Dinita Former Managing Editor Using your PC on a daily basis can eventually lead to a build-up of residual files that not only take up disk space but can also lead to system errors and even crashes. This guide contains what we believe to be the best registry cleaners currently on the market!…
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Bring in the new year with Bloom, the latest free map in the Minecraft Marketplace

Dig through the soil, discover new mysterious plants and take naps in the woods with the latest Bedrock map, Bloom, now available for free in the Minecraft Marketplace as part of Minecraft’s continuing Community Celebration. “Bloom is a world full of flowers and plants that you have complete control of. We were really inspired by the existing…
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Want to make your social media message count? Start using images that are well aligned with the text!

In the times of Coronavirus, when every other organization was promoting safety messages, it was also important to ensure that the images in the text are relevant to the content. The Journal of Health Communication presented a report which warns safety organizations and their social media and content creation teams about the misaligned digital communication.…
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Microsoft feature and application retirement dates to remember in 2021

The year 2021 will see a number of important Microsoft applications reach a state of deprecation and retirement. We list a few your business should keep track of. Image: iStock/Boarding1Now With Microsoft’s commitment to a continuously updated Windows 10 operating system and Microsoft 365 productivity suite, old features and applications are removed almost as fast…
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How to get top developer jobs

These hiring kits can help developers stand out amongst the competition during the interview process. If you’re looking for a new job as a software developer in 2021 it can definitely help to have a leg up on the competition. There are plenty of ways to improve your hiring chances: Certifications, coding interview prep programs,…
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8 of the most popular programming languages

Languages like Python, C, and JavaScript have topped lists in recent years. Which ones did people gravitate toward the most in 2020? Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto Programming languages continue to evolve and morph each year as they are used in more diverse applications by a wider swath of people.  Must-read developer content Languages like Python, C,…
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These are the wheels you need for a top Xbox racing experience

Source: Windows Central Best Racing Wheels for Xbox One Windows Central 2021 When it comes to console racing, the Xbox One spoils its owners with the best titles around. Whether you’re a Forza fan or prefer Project Cars 2 or F1 2019, Xbox is the place to be for racing on the console. If you’re…
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How some companies are solving the issues with language and AI

Verbally interfacing with AI requires detailed capabilities on the part of the AI software to be able to understand the spoken word. Here are some of the challenges and solutions involved. Image: iStock/metamorworks More about artificial intelligence As a chronic mumbler I’ve had some significant challenges getting Amazon’s Alexa to comprehend my commands. I find…
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Windows 10 PowerToys: A cheat sheet

Users are always searching for ways to make their computing lives better–the Windows 10 PowerToys are made specifically for this purpose. No matter how many features Microsoft crams into its Windows 10 operating system, there will always be users looking for a faster, better, or at the very least, different way of doing things. The…
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Microsoft Teams: How to Find Recordings – Technipages

Microsoft Stream is a video-sharing service in Office 365 that you can record and share your Teams calls and meetings. The service automatically saves your recordings in the cloud when the meeting is over. If you need to go through what has been discussed during a Microsoft Teams meeting, you can watch the Microsoft Stream…
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Check out the best AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT options out there

Best AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Graphics Cards (GPU) Windows Central 2021 The new AMD Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards (GPU) are in high demand for gamers who want serious performance, and there is so far none better than the RX 6900 XT. These cards compete with NVIDIA’s RTX 30-series in our best graphics card…
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Zoom: How to Change Which Microphone Zoom Uses and How Loud You Are – Technipages

While many people may think of the webcam as the key part of the Zoom experience, you’ll likely find that the audio is an even more important part. Without a working audio connection, communication, even with a webcam, is much more difficult than an audio connection. To talk to other users, you need a microphone,…
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Zoom: How to Increase the Maximum Number of Participants You Can See in the Gallery View – Technipages

As a video calling platform, Zoom is great for meetings and personal calls. It can be a bit more personal than a simple voice call that can’t happen in person. For small meetings with a limited number of people, or where a single person will be taking center stage for most of the meeting, the…
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How to Turn off iPhones.

Many users are unable to turn off their iPhones X and other newer versions. If you are one of them, this article, will show you 2 easy ways to go about it.

Microsoft Teams: How to Focus on One Person – Technipages

Microsoft Teams meetings with tens of attendees can sometimes become quite confusing and tiresome. Participants exchange a lot of information and ideas, and you may experience a little fatigue from time to time. Or your capacity to focus on what’s being said may drop. To properly follow the speaker, it’s always a good idea to…
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How to add progress indicators to PowerShell scripts

Clue in users and gain insight into the status of executed cmdlets and functions by adding progress bars to your PowerShell (PS) scripts. Image: iStock/SARINYAPINNGAM You sit, patiently waiting. Staring hopefully at a console screen while the cursor blinks repeatedly. You typed in the command or executed your script as you’ve done countless times before,…
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xCloud now has 22 games that are optimized with touch controls

Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming (Project xCloud) allows you to stream games to devices such as phones and tablets. It’s a unique and convenient way to bring games on the go, but many games are difficult to play on phone screens. Since just about all Xbox games are built with a controller in mind, using a…
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Zoom: How to Disable Confirmation for Leaving a Meeting – Technipages

User experience is a key part of using any app, but it can be especially important for communication apps that you regularly use. With the recent rise in the use of Zoom for meetings and calls in both business and personal life, its specific issues with regards to user experience are important to be aware…
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How to configure macOS content caching for customized networks

Networks with advanced configurations or multiple ranges can sometimes pose a problem for macOS content caching, but with the correct setup, caching data can be easily attained. Image: iStock/BartekSzewczyk The content cache service baked into more recent versions of macOS is beneficial for organizations of all types and sizes to get the latest Apple updates,…
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How to Make Your Windows 10 Look like Windows 95

Well, it’s of no doubt Windows 10 is the best operating system ever invented. Compared to the older version of Windows, Windows 10 offers more features. Also, the app availability is relatively high on the platform. The new Windows 10 operating system looks good, but few users, especially those familiar with Windows 95, seem to…
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Microsoft Teams: How to Quote a Message – Technipages

Millions of users use Microsoft Teams for work or education purposes. Businesses and schools moved online. As a result, becoming a skilled MS Teams user is a must. When there are tens of persons engaged in a Teams chat group or channel, specifying what message you’re replying to helps to avoid confusion. How to Reply…
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Fix Microsoft Teams: Can’t See Shared Screen on PC – Technipages

In a previous post, we showed you what you can do if you can’t share your screen during Microsoft Teams meetings. In this guide, we’ll show you how to fix the issue where you cannot see the screen being shared by someone else. Oftentimes, Teams users are only able to see the profile picture of…
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5G Prediction: 53% of the world’s population will have coverage by 2025

A little more than 1 billion people had access to these fast connections in 2020 and that number will double by 2022. Bankr combined regional population numbers and proprietary data on the installed base of Ericsson’s Radio Base Stations to predict how fast 5G coverage will grow over the next four years. Image: Bankr In…
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Get 25 hours of portable HD sound with the TREBLAB HD7 360°speaker, now under $50

Source: StackCommerce There are literally hundreds of portable speakers to choose from nowadays. While the big brands tempt us with bright colors, others try to sell genuine quality. Enter the TREBLAB HD7, a compact Bluetooth speaker with rich 360° sound, 25 hours of battery life, and IPX6 water resistance. In a special iMore deal, it’s now only…
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You can use this monitor while it’s flat or bend it up to 1,000R

With CES just around the corner, you should brace yourself for a wave of unique and interesting technology. Ahead of CES 2021, LG Display announced the 48-inch Bendable Cinematic Sound OLED, a 48-inch gaming monitor that has a bendable display. The display can bend to a curvature radius of up to 1,000R or be used…
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Facebook to Introduce New Archive and Trash Options for Its Users

Facebook has evolved over the years to a great extent introducing new features every now and then to keep the app interesting and up to date with the evolution of the world in technology and all the generations alike. While it already lets you delete your posts from your feed, it recently introduced a new…
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History and open tab syncing starts to appear on Microsoft Edge

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft Edge has been out for close to a year, and it appears to have a popular feature rolling out (via Neowin). Some people now have the option to sync open tabs and browsing history from Microsoft Edge across devices. Twitter user Bart W spotted the feature recently, and…
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What Microsoft needs to fix with Xbox for 2021

Source: Matt Brown | Windows Central A console launched, a publisher purchased, and a whole pile of Xbox Game Pass subscribers. 2020 was a pretty epic year for Xbox overall, as Microsoft dominated Steam, launched its next-gen hardware, and continued the rapid expansion of its Netflix-like Xbox Game Pass subscription service. But by no means…
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JBL Flip 5 vs Bose Soundlink Color 2: Which Portable Bluetooth Speaker Should You Pick

JBL and Bose are two of the leading names for audio accessories like earphones and speakers. Over the last several years, both the companies have churned out pretty neat speakers, such as the Bose Portable Smart Speak­er and the JBL Charge 4. And now, JBL has a neat little addition to the lineup in the…
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Python named TIOBE’s 2020 top programming language, but C tops the January index

Compared to the January 2020 index, R and Groovy shook up the top 10 jumping from 18th and 23rd, respectively. Image: iStock/monsitj Each month, TIOBE releases its roundup of the top programming languages. These regular snapshots illustrate variations in popularity over time. The company recently released its latest top programming languages for January 2021. Below,…
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Microsoft Teams: How Long Can a Meeting Last? – Technipages

If you’re planning to host a major meeting on Microsoft Teams, you may be wondering how long that meeting can last. That’s a good question to ask, especially if you have a long list of attendees. You all know how it goes: one attendee asks a question, then another one follows and you’re down into…
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Does an Open Wi-Fi Login Page Mean It’s Secure? – Ask Leo!

Many hotels, airports, and other places with an open Wi-Fi hotspot display a page that I need to log in to or accept terms on before I can connect to the internet. Does that open Wi-Fi login mean it’s a secure connection? Absolutely not. This is a critically important distinction to make, and it’s one I’m…
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Slack connection and messaging problems drive users mad

This is not the first time when Slack has serious problems. Throughout the whole day, connection and messaging errors affected lots of users everywhere. Here is what the Slack team had to say about this issue on Twitter: We’re continuing to investigate connection issues for customers, and have upgraded the incident on our side to…
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6 Best 4K Video Players for Windows 10

Majority of smartphones today play 4K video content without breaking a sweat on your palms. That said, many enjoy watching 4K content on a smart TV, Mac, or desktop. That should make you wonder how because Windows 10 does offer a native video player, but it doesn’t support the 4K resolution. We’ve hand-picked a few…
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It’s not just you, Slack appears to be down across several countries

It’s not just you experiencing issues with Slack. On the first day that many people have returned to work from the holidays, the messaging and communications platform appears to be down in several countries. According to Downdetector, people from throughout Europe and within the United States are experiencing issues. As with most outages, it’s not…
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Grab a bundle with the GoPro Hero9 Black and its Adventure Kit for $50 off

This bundle on Amazon includes the GoPro Hero9 Black action camera and the Adventure Kit for a total of $399. That’s $50 off since the Hero9 has been selling for around $399 since October and the Adventure Kit goes for $50 on its own, essentially giving you all those accessories for free. Shoot your shot…
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Phil Spencer says Microsoft is building Xbox consoles as fast as they can

Source: Matt Brown | Windows Central At the end of each year, the head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, joins Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb on a video podcast. Just before 2020 wrapped up, Spencer and Hryb discussed how gaming and the Xbox platform evolved throughout the year. With the launch of the Xbox Series X and…
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How to watch discovery+ outside the US

However, we’ve tried some of PIA’s US servers and some of them didn’t work. For instance, we could access discovery+ with a Texas server, whereas the New York server prompted us with a rude denial from the service. Private Internet Access Want to watch discovery+ from outside the US? PIA can help you with that.…
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9 Best Fixes for Google Podcasts Not Downloading Episodes Error on Android

Obviously, you should troubleshoot your mobile data and Wi-Fi network. A temporary glitch in connectivity might cause it. Common settings like Airplane mode and other options are toggled on/off as they should be for any app to work on your Android phone. Let’s begin. 1. Google Issue This happened before and could be happening again…
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How to hide browsing history from your ISP [Privacy Guide]

by Elena Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Most ISPs are required by law to collect and store your data for a limited period of time. But many ISPs throttle your bandwidth to slow you down when torrenting or streaming, for example. Find out how to block ISP and take control of your online privacy…
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Microsoft Launcher updated with improvements for Surface Duo

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central An update rolled out to Microsoft Launcher over the holidays. The update’s changelog lists several improvements and new features for the Surface Duo, but several of the listed improvements already appeared in previous updates. There are some changes, such as improvements to spacing and icon consistency, that appear to…
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Razer’s BlackWidow mechanical keyboard has dropped to a new low of $70

Get one of Razer’s most iconic pieces of gear, the Razer BlackWidow mechanical gaming keyboard, on sale for $69.99. This is an all-new low price for a keyboard that was selling as high as $120 in September and has been going for closer to $95 since. Previous deals only saw this keyboard drop as low…
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Project Monarch aims to build an Outlook client powered by the web

Microsoft is building a universal Outlook client for Windows and Mac that will also replace the default Mail & Calendar apps on Windows 10 when ready. This new client is codenamed Monarch and is based on the already available Outlook Web app available in a browser today. Project Monarch is the end-goal for Microsoft’s “One…
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Seven must-read Windows 10 tips

We’ve compiled seven tips by tech expert and author Ed Bott to help you manage your Windows apps even better. These Windows 10 tips by PC expert and technology writer Ed Bott are a great way to optimize your Windows use. He is an award-winning technology writer with more than two decades of experience writing…
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Top 5 Fixes for Windows 10 Battery Low Notification Not Working

What would you do if your Windows 10 laptop shuts down abruptly without any warning or notification? And, even if you try turning on your laptop, it wouldn’t start. Then you might realize that maybe it didn’t have enough battery power and whether you missed the low battery notification. Did you? The only way to…
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OneNote app does not sync on Windows 10

6. Fix misplaced sections on OneNote A section of your notebook could get misplaced when you’re trying to share it with other users. This happens when OneNote tries to sync the changes made to the section but cannot find the section file. When this happens the notebook gets marked with an icon in the Notebooks…
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LinkedIn Adds Minuscule Changes to Trending Notification, To Improve Engagement On Its Platform

LinkedIn has recently revamped the Trending notifications on its platform, offering more information to users that encounter it, as first spotted by Matt Navarra. The digital age is in full swing, and companies have to constantly be on their toes to keep up with the times. While businesses can’t always rely on bringing up fresh…
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8 Ways to Eat More Veggies In the New Year

G-Stock Studio/Shutterstock Nothing quite compares to the benefits you receive from eating vegetables that are rich in antioxidants and nutrients. Here are eight easy ways to include them in your everyday diet. If being healthy is a part of your New year’s resolution, a great start is adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet.…
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Microsoft removes Office Lens from the Microsoft Store

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft recently removed Office Lens for Windows 10 from the Microsoft Store. As of January 1, 2021, the document scanning application is no longer available for Windows 10 PCs (via Aggiornamenti Lumia). In addition to removing Office Lens from the Microsoft Store, several cloud-based features for the Windows version…
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Linus Torvalds says: Crawl out from under the wrapping paper and go test Linux

Linus Torvalds has been busy getting the first two release candidates of Linux 5.11 out the door. Image: iStock Linus Torvalds wants testers to get stuck into the latest Linux kernel after publishing the second release candidate (rc2) of Linux 5.11 over the New Year weekend. Linux 5.11 rc2 comes barely a week after Torvalds…
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Apple Now Has a New Weekly Fitness+ Series with Apple Music Playlists

Apple To help with everyone’s New Year’s fitness resolutions, Apple has now added tons of new goal-setting workouts onto its Fitness+ subscription service. The workouts are part of a brand new weekly series that’s designed to help keep users motivated to exercise and to stay on top of their training regimen throughout the year. At…
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This AI-Powered Raspberry Pi ‘Swear Bear’ Berates You for Using Curse Words

8 Bits and a Byte If an old fashioned swear jar isn’t enough to curb your sailor mouth, it’s time to ask the Swear Bear for a helping hand. Developed by 8 Bits and a Byte, Swear Bear is a Raspberry Pi-powered AI that keeps track of your profanity and shames you every time it…
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Surface Pro 7 still discounted by hundreds after the holidays

The Surface Pro 7 is the pinnacle of the Surface Pro design. In his Surface Pro 7 review, our executive editor Daniel Rubino said that the 2-in-1 is “an absolute joy to use,” adding that, “It’s simply terrific. It proves that the Pro’s design is not only here to stay but that this the best…
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How to Enable Startup Sound on Your Chromebook

CC Photo Labs/Shutterstock Computers traditionally have had a startup sound that plays as soon as they are up and running. Chromebooks don’t have this out of the box, but if you miss that nostalgic touch of a startup chime, you can manually enable it from the settings. On your Chromebook, click the status section found…
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10 Best WiFi Analyzer Apps For Android in 2021

Now that more and more entertainment services like NetFlix, Spotify, Hulu, etc., are coming up on the web, it’s more important to have good WiFi connectivity because there’s nothing more frustrating than having a slow WiFi connection. Even if you have a 10MBPs internet speed, the actual speed while using WIfi will never be the…
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LEGO Education Introduces Two New $99.95 STEAM-Focused BricQ Motion Sets

LEGO When it’s not releasing awesome car and botanical sets, LEGO likes to focus on education. The company’s just announced two new sets focused on STEAM concepts that don’t require electronics. It even includes lessons for teachers to use in schools. The BricQ Motion Essential aims to teach children six and up, while the BricQ Motion Prime…
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How to Highlight Text in WordPress (Beginner’s Guide)

Do you want to highlight text in a WordPress post or page? Being able to highlight text can help you point user’s attention to a specific text area. This can be great to highlight a call to action, special offer, or simply add emphasis on specific sentences. In this article, we’ll show you how to…
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Discovery announces global rollout of discovery+

Not yet available for everyone The official announcement could be a bit misleading for some, given that it mentions a global launch of the service. In fact, the discovery+ website itself mentions that the app can be only accessed from the US (and certain US territories), for now. The announcement, on the other hand, casually…
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How to Calculate the Sum of Squares in Excel

Finding the sum of squares in Microsoft Excel can be a repetitive task. The most obvious formula requires a lot of data entry, though there’s a lesser-known option that gets you to the same place. Finding the Sum of Squares for Multiple Cells Start a new column anywhere in an Excel spreadsheet and label it.…
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10 Products for a Perfectly Relaxing Bubble Bath

Medicascrubs/Gorilla Grip/The Honest Company When was the last time you relaxed in a nice warm bath? There are lots of great reasons to soak in the tub, from finding stress relief to easing pain. Before you dip in, invest in some provisions. January 8 is Bubble Bath Day but you certainly don’t have to wait…
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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Jan. 4, 2021

Netflix Sure, Netflix’s big beginning of the month drop has happened, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to watch in the new year. The streaming service is dropping everything from cult classic films to new, original series, and there’s plenty to add to your to-be-watched list. If you want to make your streaming plans…
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10 Best Zoom Alternatives For Video Conferencing in 2021

After the pandemic, tech companies worldwide have already started implementing work from home policies, increasing the need for free video conferencing services. Right now, there are hundreds of video conferencing services available out there, but out of all those, Zoom is the best one. Zoom is one of the best and most used video call…
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FIX: OneDrive Access Denied error

Be sure to check the list of users that you share your files with, and make sure that everything is in order. In addition, you might want to change your sharing settings and make your files public. This isn’t the best method, especially if you’re using OneDrive to store sensitive documents, but it’s a solid…
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9 Books to Help You Declutter Your Life in the New Year

Thomas Nelson/Clarkson Potter/Ten Speed Press Who among us hasn’t made a New Year’s resolution to declutter at some point? If getting organized is on your to-do list getting some expert advice might be just what you need to get the ball rolling. Our favorite home-organizing books cover much more than just how to arrange boxes…
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How to Uninstall or Disable Extensions in Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge Extensions can add a variety of new features that make Edge even more useful. But sometimes you might have too many installed or don’t need one anymore. In this case, it’s easy to disable or uninstall them. Here’s how. First, open Edge. Click the ellipses button (three dots) in any window and select…
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Facebook Marketplace Gets New Vacation Mode to the Benefit of Sellers

Facebook’s ushering in the new year with an update to their Marketplace interface via a “Vacation Mode” setting, as spotted by Alessandro Paluzzi. Facebook Marketplace is one the myriad of platforms the company has launched in an attempt to delve into perhaps any and all niches available. It caters mainly to local vendors and people…
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Something went wrong while downloading your template [Fix]

How do I fix the downloading template error? 1. Get a template from the Office templates and themes page Note that you don’t need to download templates from within Office applications. You can manually download templates from Office templates & themes on Microsoft’s website. Select a theme there, and click its Download button. That won’t…
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FIX: The Steam service component is not working properly

Consequently, the Steam client doesn’t start and users can’t access their games. In this article, we’ll look at a few solutions to easily get back into the gaming platform. How do I fix the Steam service error? 1. Disable third-party antivirus software Users with third-party antivirus software might need to disable those utilities. To do…
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Plex versus Kodi: Which Is Better for Home Streaming?

Suzanne Humphries Plex and Kodi are competing streaming media centers that people use to enjoy their collection of movies, TV shows, pictures, and music. While they both offer the same core functionality, the features they offer vary wildly, so we figured we’d take a look at both to see what makes them tick and which…
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Samsung Galaxy A31 Vs Samsung Galaxy A51: The Battle Of Two Samsung Mid-Rangers  – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

We start a new week with an interesting mid-range battle, pitting the Samsung Galaxy A31 against its relative, the Samsung Galaxy A51. This comparison brings two different smartphones from different timelines, with the A51 launching in 2019 and going on to become one of the best-selling Android phones of Q1 2020. Stick with us and…
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FIX: Unable to download patch files in FFXIV

How can I fix the FFXIV patch files error? 3. Connect to a VPN Server Some users have fixed the Unable to download patch files error by utilizing a VPN when downloading. We recommend Private Internet Access (PIA) for a few reasons: Easy install Instant access to hundreds of servers all over the world Unlock…
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Download Scribd Paid Notes, Audiobooks, Docs in 2020 (4 Methods)

One of the most asked and searched questions is How to Download Notes and Documents from Scribd Website? Well, As you all know that we have hacks for everything that seems to be impossible. However, In this post, we have posted two working ways to download documents and notes from Scribd for free in 2020.…
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Why Your Windows Taskbar Should Always Be on the Left Side

Windows has featured a taskbar at the bottom of the screen since the beginning. That position made sense back in the day, but on modern computers, it doesn’t. I’m here to tell you the taskbar should be on the left. The Origins of the Horizontal Taskbar To understand why the taskbar should be on the…
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Roblox Codes for Mining Simulator (January 2021) [Working]

Roblox Mining Simulator Codes: A Roblox game developed by Runway Rumble Studios. It’s way fun and adventure game where you go with your team up with friends or solo on a mining trip to discover rare gems and get rich. Find Diamonds to become rich, explore, and travel to a different world where you collect…
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The Evolution of Advertising Over the Past Four Decades (infographic)

Advertising is a really important aspect of how businesses can get the word out about the kinds of products and services that they may be offering at any given point in time. However, with all of that having been said and now out of the way it is important to note that the manner in…
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How to Convert MKV Videos to MP4 Format (Fastest Converter)

As of now, there are hundreds of media player apps available for Windows 10 computers. Media Player apps like VLC media player, GOM Player, etc., can handle all types of media files at ease. However, there are times when we need to convert a media file format to another. Also, few video file formats like…
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Surface Pro won’t connect to the iPhone’s hotspot

5. Check your network on another device If your iPhone hotspot appears in the list of available networks on your Surface Pro 4 but you can’t connect, ensure the network is working properly on another device. Also, make sure that the device has a working internet connection that could be transferred through the hotspot. If…
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How Many Users Are Sticking To Windows 7 After A Year’s Span?

A year after Microsoft closed down support for Windows 7, a baffling 200 million PCs are still running the operating system (OS) instead of shifting to newer horizons. The OS is almost out of fashion, but its presence seems to be struggling against the light. American journalist and all-around tech guru Ed Bott was responsible…
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Microsoft Money won’t work on my Windows 10 PC [FIXED]

Some users prefer using Microsoft Money Plus over other solutions, and since this is an older software, some issues are going to happen. The common problem with Microsoft Money Plus on Windows 10 is that it requires Internet Explorer 6 to run. Don’t worry, you won’t need to install Internet Explorer 6, this is just…
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Fix: Are you sure you want to leave this page?

According to users, in some cases you can fix this problem in Internet Explorer simply by using Developer Tools and switching to an older version of Internet Explorer. This isn’t a permanent solution, and you’ll have to repeat this solution with every website that gives you this message. 8. Disable before unlead function in Firefox…
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What To Do When Your Android Phone Shows A “Process System Is Not Responding” Message – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

Android phones are now commonplace, with more people increasingly relying on them in their daily lives. However, there are times when these devices seem to develop a mind of their own and begin to display a Process System is Not responding error message, what do you do when this happens? Well, you can find out…
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O2tvseries.com 2020 – How to download your latest TV movie series in HD

O2tvseries is a platform that allows you to easily download all your favorite English TV series and season in compatible mobile format (HD Mp4, Mp4, and 3gp). One good thing about O2tvseries is the awesome feature of updating their platform every single daytime. The platform is exclusively available on all devices. Another amazing feature or…
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How to create a Windows 10 UEFI bootable USB drive from ISO

In case you’re not the one who really needs to install Windows 10 on a UEFI-based computer, but you’re reading this article just for education, you may not be familiar with the term UEFI. Well, UEFI is basically the replacement for BIOS, so that means it’s a new firmware that starts the computer and loads…
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FIX: Gathering required information Windows Installer error

Some users have confirmed that they’ve fixed the gathering required information error by updating Windows 10 to the latest build version. Users have also said that they uninstalled software that the gathering required information error arises for with SafeMSI, which enables users to utilize the Windows Installer service within Safe Mode. How can I fix…
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FIX: Xbox App Won’t Work/ Download in Windows 10

First, if you’re not able to run the Xbox app on your Windows 10 computer, try to reboot your system. After that, see if you can open the app normally, if the answer is negative, try one of the solutions listed below. What can I do if the Xbox Windows 10 app doesn’t work? 1.…
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