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Day: January 20, 2021

Best book illustration design software

Closing our list is probably what many of you already know as an entry-level graphics design tool. This tool can be downloaded freely and it is also open source. These two make it an excellent choice for those that are just starting their journey into the world of creating book illustrations, or any other kind…
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Players are struggling to get started in Hitman 3 with their progression

The latest game featuring everyone’s favorite bald assassin is now available, and Hitman 3 is inviting people to join on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox, PlayStation, PC, and even Switch. While the game has garnered respectable reviews, it is running into some initial launch pains that have been lasting all day. Most notably,…
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How to use EOMONTH() to return the last day of the month and more in Excel

There’s more to EOMONTH() in Microsoft Excel than the last day of the month. Learn how to put it to use in your spreadsheets. Image: Rawpixel/iStockphoto Dates play a part in many spreadsheets, but they can be a bit mysterious, especially when Excel doesn’t offer a date function that returns exactly the value you need.…
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Here’s what we know about the upcoming Indiana Jones game

Source: Bethesda Softworks One of the most surprising reveals so far in 2021 was the announcement that Bethesda Softworks and MachineGames are teaming up with Lucasfilm Games for a new Indiana Jones game. It’s going to be a while before we learn more about this exciting title but there’s a fair bit of information we’ve…
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Protected: Making Win32 APIs More Accessible to More Languages

Introduction Win32 APIs provide powerful functionality that let you get the most out of Windows in your applications. While these APIs are readily accessible to C and C++ developers, other languages like C# and Rust require wrappers or bindings in order to access these APIs. In C#, this is commonly known as platform invoking or…
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Here’s how to transfer your save files and characters in Minecraft Dungeons

The next era of Dungeons Minecraft Dungeons: Season Pass Explore new worlds in Minecraft Dungeons. It’s been a busy first year for Minecraft Dungeons, and now the ARPG dungeon-crawling Minecraft spin-off is looking ahead towards its future, with four new expansions planned. The first one, Howling Peaks, is available right now, but players can also…
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AV-Test Analyzes Which Antivirus Tools Are Best for Businesses

The AV TEST performed a testing to evaluate the best working antivirus software for business users for their Android devices. If you are not aware of what is an AV Test, let us give you an insight. AV Test is an organization that ranks antivirus and security suite and software for several operating systems, according…
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Understanding machine learning will go a long way toward higher adoption for SMBs

Expert says larger companies are more willing to spend money for top talent to achieve machine learning, whereas smaller companies aren’t able to do so. Pre-configured solutions can help. Image: iStock/Igor Kutyaev Machine learning (ML) seems to work so well for big tech companies while so many businesses outside of Silicon Valley have yet to…
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Become a Windows expert with these tips

From getting better at Excel to securing a Windows server, these ebooks can help you master Microsoft software for work. Microsoft Microsoft Windows continues to dominate the business world as the operating system of choice, and it’s unlikely that will change anytime soon. It’s easy to become proficient in Windows and Microsoft software, but there’s…
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Check out the hidden invitation to coders on the White House website

Following the inauguration of President Biden, the White House website received a major update. The website includes information about the current administration and the history of the White House but hidden in its code is a secret invitation for people to apply for a job in technology. If you use the developer tools on your…
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How COVID-19 changed the growth outlook for apps

The four-year CAGR for a variety of app categories has been bolstered by the pandemic, with education now poised for the largest bump. Getty Images/iStockphoto Another side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic is showing up in four-year compound annual growth rates (CAGR) for software applications, new data presented by Trading Platforms shows. Driven largely by…
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Potential Surface Laptop 4 or 3+ spotted on Bluetooth.org certification

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central We have more potential details about what could be the Surface Laptop 4 or Surface Laptop 3+. A new device from Microsoft has been spotted passing through Bluetooth.org certification by WinCentral. The certification shows model numbers for a new Surface Laptop as well as the Surface Pro 7+. Until…
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Play Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 on the go with these gaming laptops

Best Laptops for Flight Simulator Windows Central 2021 Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 is a hit with the gaming community, allowing anyone with a capable PC to take to the skies and explore the world from above. It’s a demanding game, making use of real-world imaging and highly detailed aircraft. This is why you need a…
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Add touch function to your PC with one of these external monitors

Best External Touchscreen Monitors Windows Central 2021 Adding one of our picks for best external touchscreen monitors can turn your desktop PC or non-touch Ultrabook into a versatile machine. The market for touch external monitors isn’t huge, but we’ve rounded up some of the top options available now. Staff Pick Dell’s P2418HT 24-inch monitor has…
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Grab Corsair’s K57 RGB wireless gaming keyboard on sale for $80

The Corsair K57 RGB wireless gaming keyboard has dropped to $79.99 on Amazon. This keyboard was selling for as much as $100 before the holiday shopping season and has settled around $90 since the end of the year. This drop to $80 is the first time since last August we have seen it go this…
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Microsoft Lists is now available for iOS

Microsoft Lists is a relatively new service that helps you track and organize information across a team. You can use it to keep track of itinerary, assets, inventory, and several other types of content. Microsoft first announced Microsoft Lists at Build 2020, and now its app is available on iOS. Microsoft Lists supports templates, allows…
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The state of bullying at work

Nearly half of US employees will quit in a year or less when faced with a bully, and 79% have indirectly experienced or witnessed bullying at work, a new study says. Image: iStock/AntonioGuillem No longer reserved for the playground or between kids, bullying has become so prevalent that 79% of US employees said they either…
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Linux Mint 20.1 is a desktop anyone can love

Jack Wallen kicks the tires of Linux Mint 20.1 and comes away astonished at what the developers have accomplished. Image: Linux Mint I’m glad Linux Mint exists. That’s a strange statement, coming from someone who has never opted to make it their default desktop distribution. I’ve never been a fan of Cinnamon or Mate, and…
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Track 9 different health metrics with this Innotech smart scale, now 25% off

Source: StackCommerce In order to reach your fitness goals, you need to measure your progress. Innotech Bluetooth 4.0 Smart Scale helps you do just that, with nine different health and fitness metrics. Right now, it’s 25% off MSRP at just $51.99. After the excess food of the festive period, losing weight is a common goal. However, the number…
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Why I stopped buying Surface

Source: Windows Central We cover Surface a lot on Windows Central, and I have previously written several articles about how much I loved my various Surface devices over the years. Before I worked at Windows Central, I went from a Surface RT, to a Surface Pro 2, to a Pro 3, and eventually, a Surface…
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Want a new MacBook Pro? Answer these 6 questions before buying the Apple laptop

Is now the best time for you to buy a new MacBook Pro? Erik Eckel presents six questions that will help you determine whether you can justify making this purchase. Image: Apple People, spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, are making long-delayed purchases and splurging on everything from vacation homes to automobiles to hobby-related endeavors. The…
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Try out new ‘Caves and Cliffs Update’ features in the latest Minecraft beta

Minecraft: Java Edition started the day with the first Caves and Cliffs Update snapshot of the year, and now Minecraft: Bedrock Edition is following suit with the release of the 1.16.210.56 beta for the Nether Update. Yes, this beta is still a part of the long-released Nether Update branch, but there’s still plenty to be…
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Common Problems With The IPhone X And How To Fix Them – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

    The iPhone X launched in 2017, going on to become the first Apple iPhone to offer an OLED display as well as removing the popular home button. However, like most smartphones the iPhone X occasionally suffers certain glitches and this is what we will take a good look at today.   In this piece,…
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Human genome expert to join the Cabinet as Biden brings science and technology back to the table

America’s 46th president wants to use government policy and technology to address social justice, climate change, and economic prosperity. President Joe Biden has added a science advisor to his Cabinet and wants tech leaders to help solve the country’s biggest problems including climate change, the COVID-19 pandemic, and social justice. Image: Bet_Noire President Joe Biden…
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Microsoft Teams on the web to gain large gallery view and Together Mode

Microsoft Teams will soon support large gallery view and Together Mode on the web in the Edge and Chrome browsers. At the moment, you can use these features on the Microsoft Teams app, but in the near future the option will appear on the web as well. Both views allow you to see dozens of…
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How to Add & Remove Favorites in Photos App On Windows 10

If you have been using Windows 10 for a while, you might know that the operating system offers more features and options than any other desktop operating system. Windows 10 does offer lots of built-in useful apps like Maps, Photos, etc. In this article, we will talk about the Microsoft Photos app. It’s a built-in…
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LexisNexis Risk Solutions: COVID-19 pandemic is driving compliance costs higher

The COVID-19 pandemic is slowing down compliance processes, hampering financial firms’ ability to conduct many functions, according to a recent study. Image: iStock/ilkercelik According to the LexisNexis Risk Solutions 2020 True Cost of Financial Crime Compliance Study released Tuesday, financial institutions in the US and Canada had a harder time executing the compliance functions that…
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5 Tips & Tricks to Play FIFA 2021 Game Like a Pro

Learn how how to FIFA 21 game like a Pro with the tips outlined here. You can call it FIFA 21 cheat if you like. If there is a game that is unanimous among football lovers, this game is FIFA. There are 27 series in the market, the game is released annually by Electronic Arts (EA) under…
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How to use the occ command for Nextcloud command line management

Jack Wallen shows you how to administer your Nextcloud installation from the command line. Image: Jack Wallen Nextcloud is my on-premise cloud solution of choice. I use it for data and documents I don’t want shared on third-party services. Because Nextcloud is easy enough for any admin to install on off-the-shelf hardware, or on a…
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Are you more likely to be murdered IRL or hacked online? The existential question of our times has been answered

Atlas VPN drills down into a Gallup poll to understand Americans’ perceived threat level. It turns out 55% are more worried about cyberattacks. Image: iStock/monsitj The pandemic has brought existential conversations to the forefront in recent months. However, in an increasingly virtual world, threats are no longer reserved for the physical universe we occupy and…
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5 new and existing technologies for business leaders to watch

To make these five emerging technologies commonplace in the next five years, business leaders will need to play a more active role in their management, integration, and governance. Image: iStock/tiero A new study released Tuesday by software vendor Pegasystems and iResearch says business leaders need to take stronger accountability for the governance, integration, innovation, and…
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Why Password Managers are Safer than the Alternatives – Ask Leo!

Password vaults really are your most secure solution (Image: canva.com) If you’re not using a password manager, you’re likely compromising your security more than necessary. Here’s why using one is safer. Recently I tried to use RoboForm for an account at a large financial institution, but I couldn’t get it to work. In response to…
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Nvidia nForce networking controller not working [Fixed]

We have gathered in this article a few steps that will help solve the Nvidia nForce networking controller issues in no time, so make sure to keep on reading. How can I fix Nvidia nForce networking controller? 1. Update your drivers Click the Start menu button, type in Device Manager. Type in devmgmt.msc in the…
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How to expand Xbox Series X, Series S storage with an external drive

Source: Microsoft The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S introduce significant storage gains, adopting custom solid-state drives (SSDs), poised to cut back loading screens to a minimum. Microsoft positions that high-speed fundamental to its next-generation vision, also introducing changes to storage. With that comes the arrival of a proprietary memory card-style SSD, while USB…
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The first ‘Caves and Cliffs Update’ Minecraft snapshot of the year is here

Minecraft: Java Edition is starting today right with the very first Caves and Cliffs Update snapshot of 2021. Snapshot 21w03a is now available for Minecrafters to test, and adds a handful of experimental Caves and Cliffs Update features such as the glow squid. In case you forgot, the glow squid won the mob vote at…
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6 best VPNs for BBC iPlayer to stream your favorite content

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor BBC iPlayer is a popular streaming platform that packs a wide variety of streamable content and endless hours of entertainment. If you’re trying to access BBC iPlayer from outside the UK, you may notice that it doesn’t work. You can easily bypass unfair geographical restrictions by turning to specialized tools…
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Stop Getting Signal Notices Every Time a Contact Signs Up – Technipages

Notifications are there to help us. Without them, you would miss out on important things you need to know for work. Some notifications, such as the one Signal send when a contact of your joins, can wait. If you get a notification every once in a while, then the notifications might not be annoying. But,…
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Airports and the new coronavirus test rule: How will it work?

The US will begin to require proof of negative COVID-19 tests from incoming international travelers starting Jan. 26. Here’s a closer look at what the new regulations will mean for travelers. Image: iStock/rosshelen As the public health crisis caused by COVID-19 is a growing problem across the globe, many countries are continuing to enact restrictions…
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3 best drawing software for tattoo artists

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Picking the best drawing software for tattoo artists on a market flooded with options can be a daunting task. A software that is easy to use, with lots of customizations available is definitely something to consider. Choosing the best drawing app for tattoo artists for you will give your works…
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How to open PNG files on Windows 10 computers

XnView is another great tool for opening PNG files. You can also use it to convert images as it supports over 500 image formats. If you need an image editor, XnView is up to the task. You can also edit images, resize, rotate, and crop pictures or adjust brightness and contrast, among other things. The…
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5 Best Budget USB-C Monitors That You Can Buy

Most modern monitors no longer rely only on HDMI port as an input source. That’s why you get to see various video out ports, such as the DisplayPort connections, Thunderbolt port, or USB-C connections. Out of them, the versatility of USB-C ports is what everyone’s betting on. Besides allowing you to connect it to your…
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Microsoft Edge Dev Insiders can now use vertical tabs

Microsoft recently rolled out an update to Edge Insiders in the Dev channel. The update brings the browser to build 89.0;767.0 and includes several new features. The biggest change in the build is the completed rollout of vertical tabs, which allows people to move their tabs from the top of the browser to the side.…
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‘No plans’ to bring Fall Guys to Xbox Game Pass

Update, January 20 (9:50 a.m. ET): Fall Guys publisher, Devolver Digital, has stated it has no plans to bring the title to Xbox Game Pass at this point in time. Fall Guys proved a breakout hit with its last-man-standing spin on game shows like Takeshi’s Castle and Wipeout, among last year’s top releases. It launched…
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Slack: How To Hide Who Is Currently Typing a Message – Technipages

One of the helpful things about a chat room type application such as Slack is you can have live conversations with someone else who is currently online. You can also send messages for offline people that they can then see and respond to when they come back. Slack even includes a feature that allows you…
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Valve and 5 game publishers fined €7.8 million for antitrust violations

The European Commission fined Valve, Bandai Namco, Focus Home, Koch Media, and ZeniMax a total of €7.8 million for breaches of EU antitrust rules. A post from the European Commission explains the violations and breaks down the fines for each company. The violations come in the form of geo-blocking practices. The company restricted cross-border sales…
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Slack: How To Disable Animated Images and Emoji – Technipages

In a chat room application that supports inline media, such as Slack, images can be shared and loaded directly in the chat application. Loading the images in-line means that you don’t have to click a link to open and view the image in a browser, saving time. In Slack, GIFs are a supported image type.…
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This Is The Biggest Organization Mistake You’re Making

Kostikova Natalia/Shutterstock Between The Home Edit, Marie Kondo’s new Container Store line, and the new year, you’re probably feeling the need to organize your home. Before you do, though, make sure you’re not making a big organizing mistake: rushing! Alexandria Lawrence, a consultant for KonMari, explained to Apartment Therapy that often, people are in too…
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5 best free drawing software with pressure sensitivity

by Teodor Nechita Software Managing Editor Choosing the best free drawing software with pressure sensitivity can be an easy task with the right guidance. A software that will allow you to customize the brushes and other toolkits available is also a great selling point. Transitioning from the classical way to digital drawing can be really…
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These are NZXT’s best PC cases

Best NZXT PC Cases Windows Central 2021 NZXT makes some of the best PC cases and there are a few solid options for builders putting together a new system. We’ve compiled a list of the best cases from NZXT to help you get started. Choosing the best NZXT PC case Unlike some PC case vendors,…
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7 Best Ways to Fix Google Chrome Keeps Crashing on Android

Many believe that Google Chrome’s popularity on Android is because it comes pre-loaded by default. So you can imagine how many millions of users take the help of Chrome for their browsing activities. However, if Chrome stops working or crashes randomly, would you consider switching to a new browser? Well, you shouldn’t. You can always…
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Android 12 Updates: Few Features Spotted like Nearby Share & Restricted Networking Mode

We can expect Google to release the next Android update in February 2021. Google is bringing the Android 12 Operating System and the developer preview will be live next month. However, we don’t know many details about the major OS update, but few features are out. Few Android 12 Features Spotted, Preview will be Live…
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Fix Microsoft Teams Error Loading Chunk – Technipages

Chunk loading errors usually occur when Microsoft Teams users try to access the files placed in a channel. When users click on Files, they get the ‘Loading chunk failed‘ error. This means Teams was unable to load all the components of the file you’re trying to access. When Teams goes into that state, users also…
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Deloitte report eyes streaming services, focuses on data-enabled retention strategy

The company conducted a series of surveys in 2020 to understand streaming habits, service cancellation, and incentives to retain customers. Image: iStock/monsitj The coronavirus pandemic has transformed the way people work, learn, socialize, and more on short notice. Amid lockdown restrictions and limitations on social gatherings, many people are opting for streaming services to fill…
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Microsoft Teams Notifications Not Working on iPhone – Technipages

If you use an iPhone as your work phone, you want to receive all the work-related notifications as soon as they’re available. Even a short delay of only five minutes may push your employer or collaborators to give you a quick call. Well, if your iPhone fails to deliver Microsoft Teams notifications, use this guide…
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Malwarebytes attacked by same threat actor as SolarWinds

Malwarebytes recently shared that it was attacked by the same group that was behind the SolarWinds attack that occurred last year. Malwarebytes does not use SolarWinds but explains that it was attacked by the threat actor behind the famous attack. The attack on Malwarebytes abuses applications with privileged access to Microsoft Office 365 environments. Malwarebytes…
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Google Play Store Adds New Graph Icons To Its Top Android Ranking Lists In Order To Highlight App Growth and Recession In The Market

The Google Play app store has recently added tiny icons to apps on their top trending, indicating whether they’re showing growth or decline on the platform. The icons, appearing under an app’s numerical ranking, are denoted by the familiar trending, spiking graph image capped off by an arrow. The arrow head going up indicates healthy…
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Fix Microsoft Teams: You Can’t Get There from Here – Technipages

Microsoft Teams error ‘You can’t get there from here‘ indicates the login process failed. This error message is specific for Teams accounts that are managed by an organization. You won’t get this error if you use a free personal Teams account. However, if you join your personal account or device to your organization’s network, you…
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Back to the office? Workers want more flexibility, but worry their bosses aren’t ready

Research from Sony suggests that workers aren’t confident in their employer’s preparedness for a long-term shift to flexible working, with many still lacking support while working from home. Are businesses prepared to support their new hybrid workforce? Image: iStock/BartekSzewczyk Employees seem to have largely embraced the idea of a more flexible working pattern in future,…
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How to resize image without losing quality [Best Resizers]

by Radu Tyrsina CEO & Founder With the best image resizer tool, you can turn a high-resolution image into a smaller one for storage optimization. The best photo resizer software will convert the images to a more size efficient format without losing quality. Compatibility with multiple file-formats is another feature of a best program used…
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Xbox Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S: Size, price, deals, more

Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S approach storage a little different from the Xbox One family, with ultra-fast solid-state drive (SSD) storage fundamental to their makeup. It means you’ll need a pricey Seagate Storage Expansion Card to leverage the best from the latest Xbox consoles, adding an extra 1TB for your games and apps.…
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[FIX] Playstation 4 error NW-31473-8

In this article we will explore a few easy steps you can make in order to solve this issue, so make sure to keep on reading. How can I fix error code NW-31473-8? 1. Check the PSN Server status It can happen that the error code NW-31473-8 appears due to an issue with the main…
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NVIDIA adds support for the new Xbox controller to its Shield TV

NVIDIA continues to be the best supporter of Android TV and its update program for the Shield TV continues to roll along. The latest, version 8.2.2, is now rolling out to Shield TV owners and of particular interest is support for the new Xbox controller that shipped alongside the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series…
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Over 13 Dozen Android Apps With Millions of Downloads Get Removed from Google Play Store for Disruptive Ads

App Name Installs 3D Photo Editor 50,000 3D Tattoo Photo Editor & Ideas 10 Applock 2020 – App Locker & privacy guard 1,000 AppLock New 2019 – Privacy Zone & Lock your apps 1,000,000 Assistive Touch 2020 10,000 Audio Video Editor 10,000 Audio Video Mixer 1,000 Battery Saver Pro 2020 – New Power Saver 100,000…
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Google Maps Shows Off New Update, Adding More Detail And Infrastructure To These Cities Across The World

Google Maps’ recent update is expanding upon further route details in 4 particularly populous cities across the world, giving visitors a much easier time when it comes to navigating around them. This recent glow up to the app’s services has been circulating in discourse since its announcement in August of 2020. The update itself was…
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5 best drawing software for beginners

by Vladimir Popescu Managing Editor Transitioning from classic drawing to digital one can be a challenge unless you use one of the best drawing software for beginners available. If you love the natural touch of the brush then choosing an app that emulates exactly this would be recommended. Innovative features, smooth transition feeling are some…
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This is how you personalize the ribbon menu in Office

On Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and the other apps have a ribbon menu with many tabs (Home, Insert, etc.) that surface the commands you can use to work in a particular document or spreadsheet. Although the default ribbon layout includes the most frequent commands that most users will need, logically organized in groups (Clipboard,…
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Samsung Galaxy S21 5G and Galaxy S21+ introduced with 120Hz display

Introducing to you is Samsung’s latest flagship 5G powered Smartphones with FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O adaptive 120Hz display – the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G and Galaxy S21+ 5G handsets with 1080p+ displays. Samsung announced these handsets during its Galaxy Unpacked online event. The Samsung Galaxy S21 starts at €850/£770. While the Galaxy S21+ at €1,050/£950.…
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Check out this video of Windows 10X on a Surface Pro 7

Yesterday, images came out showing off Windows 10X running on several unsupported devices, including the Surface Pro 7, MacBook Air, and Lumia 950 XL. While a picture is worth a thousand words, a video does the beautiful operating system more justice. UX designer and expert on getting things to run where they shouldn’t, ADeltaX, recently…
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What is the Future of Virtual Reality Games?

Virtual reality or VR applications are evolving and expanding to various industries, particularly the gaming industry. It has significantly improved from being a tool for real-world simulation to a next-generation gaming device that will revolutionize the world of gaming. This is a technology that can create a computer-generated environment with realistic scenes and objects and…
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How to See Which iPhone Apps Are Listening to Your Microphone

Are you worried that your iPhone apps are listening using your device’s built-in microphone? If so, it’s easy to know for sure—and to revoke microphone access if necessary—by checking a list in Settings. Here’s how to do it. First, open the “Settings” app. In “Settings,” tap “Privacy.” In “Privacy,” tap “Microphone.” On the next screen,…
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‘Minecraft Dungeons’ and ‘Minecraft: Java Edition’ Now Share a Unified Launcher

Mojang/Microsoft In an effort to organize its mess of Minecraft-branded games, Mojang is consolidating Minecraft Dungeons and Minecraft: Java Edition under a unified launcher. The original Dungeons launcher no longer works, and to play the game, fans need to log in to Minecraft.net and download the Unified Launcher. You could also fire up a copy…
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7 best VPNs for HBO GO and HBO NOW to stream online videos

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor HBO GO and HBO NOW offer some of the best TV shows and movies out now, but some of these are region locked. To bypass any and all geo-restrictions and for protecting your data, we recommend you use a good VPN. Big server networks, fast speeds, private DNS, and kill…
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Check Out This Origami Samurai Folded From a Single Piece of Paper

Remember when you learned how to make an origami goose? It probably looked terrible but gave the impression that you could make something passably pretty if you spent enough hours perfecting the art. Apparently, Finnish artist Juho Könkkölä put in the effort because he folded an epic looking samurai from a single sheet of paper.…
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Convert photo to pencil sketch and drawings [Best Tools]

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor To convert photo to line drawing with free software is not as difficult as you may think. Apply any customization you need with photo to pencil sketch converter software free for download. Convert photo to line drawing with an app that also contains useful features like image cropping. If you…
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Report: 5 ways web apps suffered in 2020 and will continue to suffer in 2021

2020 was a security struggle in the world of web applications, and it isn’t going to get any better in 2021, research from cybersecurity provider Radware said. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto The 2020-2021 State of Web Application Security Report is out from cybersecurity vendor Radware, and it paints a grim picture of security over the past…
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How to Use Microsoft’s “Money in Excel” to Manage Your Finances

By connecting your bank, loan, and credit card accounts, you can budget your money easily using Money in Excel. If you’ve already set up Money in Excel but haven’t spent much time with it yet, here’s how you can make the most of it. Sign in and Update Money in Excel Money in Excel consists…
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7 Ways to Cook Bacon (And When to Use Each)

Elena Veselova/Shutterstock There are a variety of ways to make bacon and what’s important to you—speed of cooking, the volume of bacon prepared, or just crispy fatty goodness in every bite—should dictate how you prepare it. Here’s what you need to know. We all love the delicious taste of crispy and salty bacon. It pairs…
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10 Best Bootable USB Tools For Windows in 2021

If you have been using the Windows operating system for a while, you might know that the operating system corrupts a lot. The reason behind corruption is that it provides users with lots of options to play with the system files. For instance, the Windows operating system allows users to modify the registry file, which…
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How to Get Email Notification for Post Changes in WordPress

Do you want to get email notifications for post changes in WordPress? By default, WordPress does not send any notifications when posts are changed by any user. If you run a multi-author WordPress site, then you may want to stay informed about post changes on your website. In this article, we will show how to…
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6 best vocal recording software for high quality sound

by Ivan Jenic Troubleshooting Expert If you’re a music artist, a podcast creator, sound engineer, or just someone who likes to record his/her voice, and you’re looking for the right audio recorder for your needs, look no further. To record perfect vocals, you need a really good microphone and the best program for recording vocals. One…
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How to Change Watch Faces on Apple Watch

Khamosh Pathak One watch face is never enough. You might want to customize your Apple Watch with multiple watch faces depending on the time of the day and activity. Here’s how you can quickly change watch faces on Apple Watch. Once you’ve added multiple watch faces, you don’t need to go back into the customization…
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10 Best Google Chrome Extensions To Capture Screenshot in 2021

If we look around, we will discover that almost everyone now uses the Google Chrome browser. Google Chrome is right now the most used web browser available on nearly all major platforms, including Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Linux, etc. The great thing about Google Chrome is that it has extension support. That means you can…
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The Best Coding Toys for Kids of All Ages

It’s never too early to start building your child’s critical thinking skills and preparing them for the various scenarios they’ll encounter in life. With these fun coding toys, you can introduce preschoolers and tweens alike to logic and coding through games and toys that are so clever, they won’t even realize they’re learning at the…
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How to See the Most Recent Updates Windows 10 Installed

Microsoft frequently updates Windows 10, but it’s not always clear when each update was installed. Luckily, there are two easy ways to see a list of the most recently installed updates. Here’s how to check. First, open “Windows Settings.” The quickest way to do this is by clicking the small gear icon in the “Start”…
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Get Creative with 12 Months of Writing Prompts and Projects

Lovgretphoto/Shutterstock If you’ve been wanting to expand your writing skills and experience, this is a great year to do it. Spend some of your free time creating stories, poetry, and more, one month at a time. January: Work on Your Handwriting Skills Jan. 23 is National Handwriting Day, so it’s a great time to get…
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Google Chrome Is Planning to Remove Status Bar from Progressive Web Apps

Google is planning on hiding the status bar in PWAs (aka Progressive Web Apps). We all know Tech Companies like Google work on improving and changing their features every now and then. Previously, very recently it changed one of its features that was enabling Chrome PWAs to be uninstalled from settings or control panel which…
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Best Smartphones With Telephoto Lenses In 2021 – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

Everywhere you turn, you hear the buzz around telephoto lenses. What is a telephoto lens and what makes it special? What functionality does it add to a phone camera, and which are the best smartphones with telephoto lenses? You must have noticed that more and more smartphones have multiple cameras now – cameras with two…
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Create barcodes with these 9 best tools [Barcode generator]

by Madalina Dinita Former Managing Editor Barcodes are machine-readable printed representations of data and creating or reading them has become quite common at consumers’ level. If you want to have a go at it, pick one of the best barcode generators from our guide below. Start having fun with Adobe InDesign and edit high-quality barcode…
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Netflix to bring ‘Shuffle Play’ Feature this Year Globally

Netflix is the most popular online streaming app around the globe. Even though it offers a wide range of content, we get confused about what to watch. So, to make this easier, Netflix is bringing the “Shuffle Play” feature for all the users. Shuffle Play Feature Coming to Netflix  Last year, Netflix started testing this…
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Have Video Games Gotten Too Ambitious?

CD Projekt Red The last console generation was marked by a push for ever “bigger” games. Bigger worlds, more complex systems, bigger multiplayer arenas, and of course, better and better graphics. But recent events have shown that there’s a point of diminishing returns when you widen the scope of development. Have we passed that point…
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You can now install Adobe Lightroom without Creative Cloud

Such products include Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Lightroom, and more. However, this doesn’t seem to be the case for long. One of Adobe’s most important products, Adobe Lightroom has been updated, but it no longer requires Creative Cloud as a prerequisite. Adobe and Microsoft collaborate to make Adobe Lightroom install easier This not…
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How to Enable & Use the Tab Search Feature of Chrome Browser

On regular web browsing, we usually open 10-20 tabs on a single Windows. Well, if your PC has enough RAM, the web browser can easily handle all those tabs. It’s also pretty easy to accidentally open a few dozen tabs. However, the tab addiction problem is that we tend to lose track of the one…
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(Working) Spotify 8.5.89.974 Premium Mod APK (No Root) 2021

Today we are going to discuss “Spotify Premium Apk“. Using Spotify Free APK you can stream music free of cost for a lifetime. I am an avid music lover and love to listen to English songs and trance as well. and if you are one like me then trust me this Free Premium Spotify APK…
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5 of the best painting software for Windows 7

by Matthew Adams Windows & Software Expert There are some great painting software options for Windows 7 that are much better than the default MS Paint app included. Being able to use painting software for Windows 7 that have free download can also boost your creative capabilities at no cost. There is a variety of…
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FIX: Microsoft Photos app video export stuck

You can find similar issues in the Microsoft community: I choose the medium setting on export and then it starts to save until it reaches 17% through and it comes up with a message saying ‘something went wrong. We couldn’t export your video’  This troubleshooting guide will help you to fix the Photos app video…
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OPPO A93 5G announced with Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 chips

The OPPO A93 5G is the company’s latest Smartphone with a 90Hz screen display and Snapdragon 480 SoC. It is also the direct successor to the OPPO A93 that was officially introduced last year with the MediaTek Helio P95 processor. OPPO A93 5G is the successor with an inbuilt 5G modem because the last year’s…
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Android 11-Based One UI 3.0 Update Out for Samsung Galaxy M31

Last month, Samsung has brought Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta version for Samsung Galaxy M31. And now finally the device has started receiving the stable update of Android 11. Galaxy M31 is the first mid-range smartphone to get a One UI 3.0 update. Samsung Galaxy M31 Gets Android 11-Based One UI 3.0 Update The…
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You too can manually configure a VPN connection on Windows 10

The beauty of most premier VPN services is that they have an intuitive Windows 10 app that makes setting up a connection as easy as clicking a big green button that says “connect.” However, if you’re running Windows 10 in S mode and can’t install apps from outside the Store, or you’re using a VPN…
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TikTok Tests A New Feature That Will Notify You When a User You Follow Goes Live

If you are an avid TikTok user, this news is for you. TikTok is now working on a feature which will allow you to enable the Live Stream Notification for individual accounts, as reported by Alessandro Paluzzi. TikTok has gained popularity over the few years and it is one of the most used apps among…
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Two Weeks Later, Google Still Fails to Keep its Promise for Privacy Update On Apple Store

A report from Fast Company enlightened the public with the fact that Google has not updated more than half of their apps present on the App Store since Dec 7. Apple before this had asked all the developers whose applications are present on the app store to provide a privacy report for every application. This…
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