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Day: January 27, 2021

How to fix corrupted WAV files in just 5 minutes

Because of this, WAV files aren’t always used as the preferred audio format. This applies especially when trying to share music files or when purchasing music online. Files get corrupted for several reasons like an unexpected computer shutdown or software error. In the case of WAV files, there are ways to repair and/or fix corrupt…
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FIX: Microsoft Publisher won’t open on Windows 10

Users have reported that they encounter problems with Microsoft Publisher, in that it doesn’t seem to launch at all. How can I fix Microsoft Publisher launch issues? 1. Update your Microsoft Publisher installation By default, all Microsoft Office components encounter an error when they are outdated and you try to launch them. You may update…
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Review: Lords of the West adds new content, bugs to Age of Empires 2: DE

Source: Windows Central My Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition review warmly applauded the revival of a game I’d been playing for the last 20 years, and since its (second) release, the game has only grown in terms of the player base and overall popularity. Now, about a year and a couple of months after…
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Have to change keyboard layout? Here’s how on Windows 10.

Although Windows 10 allows you to configure multiple keyboard layouts when setting up a new installation, you can always add or remove layouts if you did not select the correct option or you now require to type in another language. Usually, it is rare having to modify the input settings, but it’s not uncommon. For…
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How to Send a Broadcast Message on WhatsApp – Technipages

Knowing how to send the same message to various WhatsApp contacts can save you a lot of time. Sure, you want to personalize the message with their name and everything, but when you’re in a hurry, that’s just going to have to wait. The best thing you can do to get your message across is…
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TikTok Emphasizes Accessibility With New Content Controls

Whenever someone or the other ends up thinking about something like accessibility, they would think about those with physical or mental disabilities that are most commonly associated with these types of things. With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that there are certain disabilities…
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Skype: Can’t Find a Camera Attached to Your Device – Technipages

Remember that tried and tested Murphy’s law that says “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong“? Did you notice that some unexpected error always pops up on your computer’s screen right when you need it the most? If you’re in a hurry and you need to join an important Skype meeting, the last thing…
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How leaders across industries see 5G helping their businesses

Verizon’s 5G Business Report found that everyone’s excited about 5G, but the reasons behind the buzz differ between industries. Getty Images/iStockphoto A report from Verizon on business leaders’ opinions of 5G finds that 5G adoption is well underway across industries, but the reasons for excitement and the ways in which businesses plan to deploy 5G…
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Emotet malware taken down by global law enforcement effort

The infamous botnet has been disrupted thanks to an international effort across the US, Canada, and several European nations. Image: kaptnali, Getty Images/iStockphoto One of the most pervasive, dangerous, and disruptive malicious botnets is out of business, at least for now. SEE: 10 ways to minimize fileless malware infections (free PDF) (TechRepublic) The takedown On Tuesday, the…
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Tencent is investing approximately $37 million into Dontnod Entertainment

Source: Xbox Game Studios In a press release, Dontnod Entertainment announced that it is receiving an investment from Tencent. The well-known mega-conglomerate is investing around €30 million, or $37 million, into Dontnod Entertainment, as part of a total €40 million in capital, or $48 million, being raised by Dontnod. Tencent receives a minority stake as…
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Three critical tech considerations for 2021

Upping your digital game, reskilling IT, and revamping supply chains should be on tap, according to a new Deloitte industry outlook report. Image: iStock CIOs have a formidable to-do list this year as they work to help their organizations recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and position themselves for future growth and competitive advantage.  Three areas…
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How to Disable Telegram Notifications – Technipages

Whether it’s a notification from an already existing chat or one from a contact who just joined, there’s always going to be a reason to get a notification. If you constantly have to check your phone for some reason, there might be a need to get certain notifications. For example, if you can’t go too…
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Slack: How To View Your Workspace’s Analytics – Technipages

Analytics are a tool that can display usage data and statistics that can then be analyzed to determine usage trends across a platform. For example, in a website, an analytics plugin could determine which products performed well, what level of sale discount led to the best overall profit margins, or how effective a new marketing…
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Windows Insider build 21301 features touch and keyboard improvements

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Windows Insiders on the Dev Channel can now download Windows 10 build 21301. The build includes several improvements and refinements to the touch keyboard, as well as other touch and keyboard-centric improvements. The build is available to all Insiders in the Dev Channel. Microsoft clarified that going forward all…
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Microsoft Teams: How to Disable Animations – Technipages

Did you know that GIF animations have been around since Windows 2.0? Yup, you recalled that correctly, Windows 2.0 was released in 1987. This means the GIF format is 34 years old. But if you’re on this page, it’s probably because you’re looking for a way to turn off animations in Microsoft Teams. Let’s dive…
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Microsoft Teams: How to Disable Blinking in Taskbar – Technipages

Don’t you just hate those moments when you’re so focused on the task at hand that even the slightest noise makes you lose your train of thought? If you easily get distracted, you should do your best to block any potentially disturbing elements. For example, the Microsoft Teams icon blinking in the taskbar indicates you…
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Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21301

Hello Windows Insiders, today we are releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21301 (RS_PRERELEASE) to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. This build is being offered to ALL Insiders in the Dev Channel. All Insiders in the Dev Channel will now receive the same build going forward. What’s new in Build 21301 Improving the touch…
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New Data Shows iPhones Are More Valuable as Trade Ins Than Android Devices

The people that prefer using various kinds of Apple products often talk about how they enjoy things like figuring out the kind of value they can derive from the product in question. Apple phones are expensive, but this is justified by the fact that Apple seemingly makes high quality products that often have really amazing…
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Full Circle is a new EA studio working on the Skate franchise

Previously, at EA Play 2020, we learned that EA was heeding the wishes of fans and bringing back the Skate franchise with Skate 4, hiring former Xbox Live head Dan McCulloch as Studio GM for Skate. Now, EA is taking these plans even further, hiring for a new team that’ll be working on this Skate…
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Best Microsoft Surface PCs in 2021

Source: Microsoft Best Microsoft Surface PCs Windows Central 2021 Are you interested in buying your first Surface but aren’t sure which one to get? Well, we’ve got you covered with our ultimate round-up of the best Surface PCs available today, whether that be a thin and light computer like the Surface Pro X or something…
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Employers are optimistic about raises and hiring in 2021, according to a new Indeed survey

The survey details employer sentiment about work-life balance, hiring, layoffs, the future of remote work, and more. Image: iStock/metamorworks More than one year after the first confirmed US COVID-19 case, the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the way we work, learn, interact, and more. Organizations around the country continue to operate remotely to mitigate the…
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Microsoft Teams will soon support message queueing

Microsoft Teams will soon support queueing messages. With support for queueing messages, Teams will hold onto any messages that someone tries to send while offline and send them again once a device is connected to the web. The feature should result in fewer lost messages, especially for those who have intermittent connectivity. The feature appears…
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Wyze Cam Plus Update Unlocks Package Detection, Discounts, and More

Cameron Summerson For the longest time, Wyze was best described as the company that sold quality smart home products for less than the rest. But recently it started moving into the subscription game, first with complete motion capture, then Cam Plus, followed by home security monitoring. If you’re a Cam Plus subscriber, Wyze has some…
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Samsung Galaxy A72 – Full Phone Specs & Price – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone Specs & Smartphone Reviews

Samsung Galaxy A72 Quick Phone Specs OS: Android 11. Release Date: Yet to be announced. Network Type: 2G/3G/4G (5G variant) Display: 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Processor: Snapdragon 720G Selfie Camera: 32 MP Rear camera: 64 MP triple sensors RAM: 8 GB ROM: 256 GB Battery: 4500 mAh. Phone Status: Pre-release. Samsung Galaxy A72 Full Phone Specs…
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5 logistics innovations supporting e-commerce in 2021

With the recent massive shift to e-commerce, logistics innovations will also experience an increase to support e-commerce transactions in the years ahead. In light of the upheaval due to the pandemic, it comes as no surprise that online interactions jumped from 42% in 2019 to 60% in 2020. Virtually all product and service companies worldwide…
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How to Enable & Use ‘Read Later’ Feature in Google Chrome (Android)

Back in August 2020, Google Chrome introduced a new feature known as ‘Read Later.’ At that time, the feature was only seen on the Canary Build of Chrome. The Read Later feature of Google Chrome allows users to save the entire web page for offline viewing for those who don’t know. We are talking about…
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How to Enable & Use ‘Read Later’ Feature in Google Chrome (Android)

Back in August 2020, Google Chrome introduced a new feature known as ‘Read Later.’ At that time, the feature was only seen on the Canary Build of Chrome. The Read Later feature of Google Chrome allows users to save the entire web page for offline viewing for those who don’t know. We are talking about…
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How to Enable & Use ‘Read Later’ Feature in Google Chrome (Android)

Back in August 2020, Google Chrome introduced a new feature known as ‘Read Later.’ At that time, the feature was only seen on the Canary Build of Chrome. The Read Later feature of Google Chrome allows users to save the entire web page for offline viewing for those who don’t know. We are talking about…
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These developers might be the most productive in the world. But they’re still making one big error

British programmers are developing more code more quickly than the rest of the world, new data suggests – though a lack of ambition could be holding them back. British development teams are amongst the most productive, but could be more risk-averse.  Matthew Henry/Burst British developers may have an edge over their counterparts in the US…
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Fix: VPN error 800: Error connecting to server

How to fix VPN server error 800 on Windows 10? Solution 1 – Recreate your VPN connection or use a VPN tool Press Windows Key + I to open the Settings app. When the Settings app opens, navigate to the Network & Internet section. Now select VPN from the menu on the left. Locate your…
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Even the FBI won’t search your Bing search history, jokes Conan O’Brien

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Bing has been the butt of jokes for years. Every time a character in a TV show or movie uses Bing, someone jokes about it being paid product placement. Over the years, we’ve seen plenty of funny Bing memes, and that doesn’t even count all the hilarious content from…
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How to use Google Docs Version History

Jack Wallen introduces you to a Google Docs feature you might never need, but will be seriously thankful for, should the occasion arise. Image: Google If you’re a Google Docs power user, there’s a feature you really need to start using–one that could help you in ways you never knew possible. That feature is called…
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How to easily fix VPN error 807 [10+ tested methods]

  2. Check your firewall If you’re getting VPN error 807, it’s possible that the issue is caused by your firewall. To fix the problem, you need to locate your VPN client in your firewall and make sure that your VPN is allowed to go through it. If your VPN is allowed through your firewall,…
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Persona 5 Strikers combat trailer shows off cat bus and other special moves

Atlus today released the latest trailer for Persona 5 Strikers which showcases the unique combat abilities of the Phantom Thieves. A hack-and-slash spinoff of Persona 5, which is one of the best RPGs for PS4, Persona 5 lets you play not just that game’s protagonist Joker but any member of his team who try to…
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How to Back Up Photos and Never Lose Them Again: the Steps You Need to Take – Ask Leo!

Your photos are irreplaceable Follow these steps to avoid losing precious and irreplaceable memories. Do you back up photos and video? Everyone with a smartphone has a camera, and they’re using ’em right and left to snap photos and shoot videos. Add in digital cameras from inexpensive to professional, and there is a lot of…
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6 Best Protective Cases for the Samsung Galaxy S21

With a gorgeous display, a premium design, and a capable set of camera and processor, the Samsung Galaxy S21 promises a refined experience. However, these flagships—whether it’s the Galaxy S21 Ultra or the Galaxy S21—are big and heavy. Unless you have a super-duper grip on your phone, the odds are that it might slip out…
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Why Ubuntu 21.04 is an important release, even without GNOME 40

Jack Wallen discusses why the upcoming Ubuntu 21.04 is more important than some of its features would imply. Image: Ubuntu At one point, the Ubuntu faithful were excited that 21.04 (aka Hirsute Hippo) would be one of the first distributions to include GNOME 40. The upcoming release of the GNOME desktop promises to bring about…
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Why Ubuntu 21.04 is an important release, even without GNOME 40

Jack Wallen discusses why the upcoming Ubuntu 21.04 is more important than some of its features would imply. Image: Ubuntu At one point, the Ubuntu faithful were excited that 21.04 (aka Hirsute Hippo) would be one of the first distributions to include GNOME 40. The upcoming release of the GNOME desktop promises to bring about…
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Best VPNs for Diablo 3, 2 to enjoy smooth gameplay [no lag]

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor The battle between good and evil is a classic theme, and cult-classic hack’n’slash action RPG Diablo III exploits it beautifully. If you choose to play Diablo III online, you may be facing certain connectivity issues. You can enjoy lag-free gaming sessions by pairing your Diablo gameplay with a powerful VPN. …
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5 tools to help real estate teams succeed in 2021

Real estate agents’ work is especially challenging due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Adopting these five digital tools can help real estate teams become tech-savvy and more productive in 2021. As of April 3, 2020, it was estimated that the enterprise value of real estate assets had fallen 25% or more in most sectors, and residential…
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5 tools to help real estate teams succeed in 2021

Real estate agents’ work is especially challenging due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Adopting these five digital tools can help real estate teams become tech-savvy and more productive in 2021. As of April 3, 2020, it was estimated that the enterprise value of real estate assets had fallen 25% or more in most sectors, and residential…
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Google Chrome Now Hides Pop Up Notification Content During Screen Sharing

Google has decided to visually mute pop ups while screen sharing. Online virtual meetings are the new norm since the pandemic hit a few months back and we all went into lockdown. Since close proximities are restricted, meetings are being held online through video chats and all, but one of the most important factors of a…
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Achieve internet freedom with 40% off the Malwarebytes Premium software

Malwarebytes protects exactly the things you want to protect if you’re the sort of person who uses a computer regularly. Whether you mostly use your computer for work or for fun, you always want to protect the devices you use to connect to the internet. More than that, you may also want to make sure…
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How much of a difference does AMD’s Smart Access Memory really make?

Source: Windows Central AMD’s “Big Navi” Radeon RX 6000 GPUs, unveiled and released late 2020, include a feature called Smart Access Memory (SAM). It was one of the main features advertised to come with these RDNA 2 cards, alongside Rage Mode easy overclocking and DirectX12 Ultimate support with ray tracing, variable-rate shading, mesh shaders, and…
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9 Best Telegram Bots for Groups You Should Try

Telegram takes the lead over WhatsApp’s dominance in several areas. One of them is the ability to create bots and use them with larger groups. Whether it’s about running new polls, creating reminders, getting new images, or more, you can perform those actions inside the group chat without leaving it. These Telegram bots operate based…
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Excel online gets major performance improvements, including faster loading

Microsoft Excel on the web received major performance improvements earlier this week. The Excel experience should be faster and smoother in several key areas, including loading, scrolling, cell selection, and navigating. Overall, Excel on the web should feel more native and less laggy. A Tech Community post from Microsoft outlines all of the improvements: Loading…
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Microsoft Teams updates for iOS and Android improve calls and meetings

Microsoft has updates for Teams on both iOS and Android. The updates don’t share any features in common, but both include new features that improve the Teams experience. The Android update brings Teams to version 1416/1.0.0.2021010802 while the iOS update brings Teams to version 2.3.0 (via OnMSFT). Here’s everything that’s new on Microsoft Teams for…
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Slack: How to Invite Someone to Your Workspace – Technipages

The key part of any Slack workspace is the people in it. Without members, there’s no one to post messages and communicate with. In many corporate environments, employees will be automatically added as part of the onboarding account creation process. In both corporate and community workspaces, though, it may be necessary to specifically invite people…
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5 best HD video recording software

by Radu Tyrsina CEO & Founder Make sure to have the highest video quality with our HD video recording software listed below. Adobe Premiere Pro is a reliable non-linear video editing software tool to use for your projects.  If you’re looking for a free HD video recorder for PC, Apowersoft features might interest you. The…
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74% of software engineers abroad are not interested in moving to the US for work

These tech professionals prefer a hybrid work approach and about half are considering moving due to remote work, according to a new survey. Image: iStock/poike Nearly one year after the first US case of COVID-19, the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the way we work, learn, socialize, and more. To mitigate the spread of a…
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Northwestern scientists create soft robots that can walk and transport goods

The first-of-its-kind tiny robot is nearly 90% water and could be used in the medical or chemical field. Image: Northwestern University A group of professors and researchers at Northwestern University have created an innovative new kind of robot that is soft, can walk on its own, and transport cargo.  Samuel Stupp, the board of trustees…
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Troubleshooting Microsoft Teams Error 80090016 – Technipages

Getting strange error codes on Microsoft Teams is like hearing words in a foreign language. You see them on the screen, but you have absolutely no idea what they mean. Your first instinct is to exit Teams, restart your computer and relaunch the app. But if that didn’t work, you need to bring in the…
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The Medium review: Horror storytelling reimagined

The Medium has been one of my most anticipated games of the last few years. As a long-time fan of survival-horror games, especially classics like Silent Hill and Fatal Frame, I was excited to see a modern take on this iconic genre. But did this psychological horror title live up to my lofty expectations? In…
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Disabling Face Tracking in Microsoft Teams – Technipages

Microsoft Teams is one of the most popular team collaboration and video meeting programs out there. But despite its popularity, it’s still a work in progress. Microsoft is working around the clock to improve the app. There’s a dedicated Microsoft Teams UserVoice website where users can suggest improvement ideas. Microsoft then reviews these suggestions and…
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Survey finds a third of businesses go up to 40% over their initial cloud budget

A Pepperdata study highlights unexpected costs that crop up as well as enterprise priorities. Image: iStock/BeeBright Analytics company Pepperdata released a new study highlighting the unexpected costs that crop up when enterprises look to adopt cloud platforms.  The “Big Data Cloud Technology Report” online study was done in November and polled 750 senior enterprise IT…
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A look at performance and visuals for ‘The Medium’ on Xbox Series S/X

Source: Windows Central The Medium is the latest horror experience from Bloober Team, known for cyberpunk thriller Observer and psychological adventure Layers of Fear. The Medium is among the first games to ditch past-gen entirely, launching as a next-gen exclusive for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, as well as Windows PC. The Medium…
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Which cloud gaming platform is best? Xbox, Stadia or GeForce Now?

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central 12 months ago, I’d admit to being highly skeptical of cloud gaming in general. I didn’t see how it was ever going to be as good as just owning a gaming desktop PC or console. Having pretty poor internet speeds by modern standards; I didn’t think it would ever…
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What Is Background App Refresh on iPhone and iPad

Turning off Background app refresh on your iPhone or iPad is a great tip to improve battery. But you might be apprehensive about what happens by turning off Background app refresh. In this post, we shall tell you what is meant by Background app refresh in iPhone and iPad Settings and whether you should keep…
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Microsoft Teams: How to Enable Closed Captioning – Technipages

Did you know that Microsoft Teams can display live captions during meetings? The app can also identify the speaker and indicate the person who’s uttering the words. This is a convenient feature to use, especially if you’re experiencing audio problems on Teams and you can’t hear the other participants. For example, if you’re in a…
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4 best drawing software for Gaomon tablets

by Matthew Adams Windows & Software Expert The best drawing software for Gaomon devices provide a wide variety of advanced digital art tools. The best free drawing apps for Gaomon incorporate advanced toolkits. Some of Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite applications are among the best for Gaomon tablets. Corel’s digital art packages are also renowned for…
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Do you need a SaaS platform to manage your

Gartner estimates that 30% of spending on subscription services is wasted. Image: putilich, Getty Images/iStockphoto Spending on software-as-a-service is only going up especially after more and more companies turned to these easy-to-deploy solutions when work went 100% remote in March 2020. Now that the dust has settled somewhat, it’s time to review all those subscriptions…
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Fix: There’s No Export Option in OneNote – Technipages

Exporting your OneNote notebooks is as easy as a walk in the park. Launch OneNote for the web, right-click on your notebook and select the Export option. Exporting your notebooks is an excellent way to back up your data, especially if you jotted down important ideas. Inspiration may not hit you twice. On the other…
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2021 is likely to see a 6.2 percent growth in global spending in the Information Technology sector

Research agency, Gartner has recently provided some estimates about the total expected IT spending around the world, and the figures are a little astounding, if not completely unexpected. The 2020 coronavirus pandemic brought on some changes in the way the world functions. Owing to the necessary social distancing and lockdown measures to control the spread…
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How ghost accounts could leave your organization vulnerable to ransomware

Active accounts for people who have left your organization are ripe for exploitation, according to Sophos. Michael Borgers, Getty Images/iStockphoto Cybercriminals can choose a variety of ways to infiltrate and compromise an organization as a prelude to ransomware. One tried and true method is to exploit an admin account. And if it’s an account that’s…
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5 best software to make house music for Windows 10

Ableton Live is one of the best music production software due to its amazing features. It offers the basic multi-tracking recording option with an endless number of MIDI tracks. It also features the cut/paste/splice option along with flawless MIDI sequencing. Moreover, it comes with a built-in sound package which is a huge advantage. Best of…
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5 best drawing software for Surface devices [Pro, Book 2, Go]

by Matthew Adams Windows & Software Expert With so many digital art software to choose from, and picking the best drawing software isn’t entirely straightforward. Adobe has some of the best drawing apps for Surface Pro, Surface Book 2, and Surface Go tablets. Corel’s foremost digital art apps are also among the best drawing software…
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5 best drawing software for Surface devices [Pro, Book 2, Go]

by Matthew Adams Windows & Software Expert With so many digital art software to choose from, and picking the best drawing software isn’t entirely straightforward. Adobe has some of the best drawing apps for Surface Pro, Surface Book 2, and Surface Go tablets. Corel’s foremost digital art apps are also among the best drawing software…
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A beginner’s guide to housing types in the USA

Whether you are a first-time buyer or a seasoned property developer, property investments are a big decision. There’s no doubt it’s become harder to get on the property ladder. As market prices have gradually risen, investing in property has become one of the safest ways of protecting your financial assets, but it’s also become harder…
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5 best VPNs for Path of Exile to play online without lag

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Path of Exile is a popular hack’n’slash game and many argue that it’s what Diablo 3 should’ve been like. Like with any other online-exclusive game, you may experience connectivity issues such as high ping and packet loss while playing PoE. You can pair your PoE gameplay with VPN software to…
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How to Create a Services Section in WordPress (2 Easy Methods)

Do you want to add a services section to your WordPress website? Many professionals, small companies, and agencies need a way to showcase their services across their website. In this article, we’ll show you how to easily create a services section in WordPress. We’ll also share how to collect leads from your services section with…
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6 best karaoke converter software for Windows 10

Available as a free online service, X-Minus.Pro contains a large database of karaoke files without leading vocals. However, it also includes a tool for removing vocals from songs that are not already in the database. The difference between this online service and other products on this list is that X-Minus.Pro gives you the possibility to…
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Best VPNs for Dark Souls III [2021 Guide]

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor If you’re not familiar with it, Dark Souls is a ruthless game that can be played online. However, distance from game servers, geo-restrictions, and lagging can severely damage your gameplay. Fortunately, you can easily fix this with a Dark Souls compatible VPN. If you’re been meaning to acquire a VPN…
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Facebook is giving academic researchers access to its political advertising data

Facebook is playing a vital role in the transparency of elections, because this will not only good for the people, but this will also make an impact on the companies. Therefore, Facebook has decided to give academic researchers access to a political advertisement through its platform. The researchers will get the information about the advertisement…
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Fujifilm’s New Mirrorless Camera is Tiny Enough to Fit in My Shirt Pocket

Fujifilm One of the only reasons to use a point-and-shoot camera over a more powerful mirrorless camera with interchangeable lenses is size. But Fujifilm is trying to erase that advantage. The body of the new X-E4 is a teeny-tiny 32.7mm thin (1.28 inches). With a width and height of 121.3 and 72.9mm, respectively, it’s only…
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How to Use Signal on Your Desktop Computer

Signal is a popular app for those looking for a privacy-focused alternative to WhatsApp, Telegram, and Facebook Messenger. It has many of the features you’d expect from a messaging service, including a desktop app. We’ll show you how it works. One of the biggest selling points of Signal is the automatic end-to-end encryption of messages. If that’s…
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5 Best Anti-Exploit Tools For Windows 10 in 2021

If you are amongst those who take security very seriously, you need to know about the ‘Exploits.’ So, what’s exploit? Well, the software or networks that you use in your daily life comes with built-in protection against hackers. A vulnerability, then, is like an open gateway from where hackers can enter. That particular vulnerability providing…
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5 best drawing software for manga artists

by Tashreef Shareef Windows & Software Expert Creating a manga series and artwork is a time-consuming process, so manga drawing software can really help. We’re gathered a few in the list below, including entries like Adobe Photoshop. or Corel Painter. Most of the popular drawing software offers easy export options and social media sharing capabilities.…
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Salesforce launches Vaccine Cloud to help public sector and businesses manage COVID-19 vaccinations

Salesforce Vaccine Cloud will include new tools to help governments, healthcare organizations and businesses deploy and manage their COVID-19 vaccination programs. Credit: Salesforce As COVID-19 vaccination programs ramp up around the globe, governments, healthcare organizations, and businesses are grappling with the task of delivering billions of vaccine doses to citizens, patients, and workers. Salesforce wants…
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5 best VPNs for Warface to improve ping and packet loss

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Warface is a war-themed action multiplayer game that was developed by Crytek Company. You can only play Warface online, and that comes with latency and connection issues usually. More often than not, using a VPN can easily improve ping and reduce packet loss easily. Make sure you pick the best…
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How to Make Sortable Headings in Excel

Microsoft Excel becomes a powerhouse once you get into its expansive list of sorting options. Here we’ll cover its most straightforward option for sorting, a simple option that enables us to reorder data in specific columns. In your spreadsheet, highlight the row with the headings you want to sort. If you don’t want to sort…
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Stressed Out by Clutter? Here’s a Month-by-Month Plan of Attack

Kostikova Natalia/Shutterstock Decluttering a little each month will help keep your home clean and organized without the stress of having too much to get done at once. Focus on the important things monthly for less clutter at the end of the year. January: Put Away That Holiday Decor While some folks may have packed up…
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5 best VPNs for World of Tanks to reduce ping & packet loss

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor World of Tanks is a popular multiplayer team tank game enjoyed by millions of players worldwide. Due to its online nature, issues like buffering, slow connection, and geo-restrictions might affect your gameplay. Fortunately, you can boost your performance with an online gaming-optimized VPN. All of the VPNs we’ve included in…
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You Can Send a Valentine’s Day Card to a Child at St. Jude’s

Mc 243/Shutterstock With the coronavirus pandemic still raging, Valentine’s Day (one of the few holidays that wasn’t affected in 2020) is likely to be impacted this year. Those likely to feel the loss most keenly are the kids at St. Jude Children’s Hospital, which still has visitation and social-contact restrictions in place. Fortunately, you can…
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How to Set the Clock Ahead of Time on Apple Watch

Khamosh Pathak Are you the type of person who sets the living room clock ahead of time to make sure you won’t be late? In the era of internet-connected devices, you can still set the clock ahead of time on your Apple Watch. If you’ve moved to digital clocks, you might want to set the…
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OnePlus 9 Series May get Camera Features like Moon Mode, Tilt-Shift & More

Everyone knows that OnePlus is going to launch a new flagship this year. It is said that the OnePlus 9 series will be coming and a few of the specifications were leaked earlier, and now the new leak reveals that the new flagship camera might get new features like Moon Mode, Tilt-shift, Hyperlapse, and more.…
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Google Chrome is trying to build more private web through an open standard; therefore, its engineers are testing the FLoC algorithm to replace the 3rd-party cookies which are used for ads

Google has called 2021 a year of testing, therefore, Google is making different testing such as Privacy Sandbox to build more private web by an open standard. This will help the developers to create a kind of web which is more private so that the data of its users will be safe, and the users…
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TECNO POP 4 Vs Infinix Smart HD 2021: Which Of These Budget Smartphones Is The Better Option For You? – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone Specs & Smartphone Reviews

    Our comparison today sees us dip into the world of budget smartphones where we prop up two entry-level smartphones from Transsion Holdings in a TECNO POP 4 vs Infinix Smart HD 2021 matchup. Both smartphones are available at good price points and offer a number of peculiar specs for us in this article.  …
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10 Best App Lockers For Android To Secure Your Device

Let’s admit; we keep lots of sensitive data on our smartphones. Certain apps like banking apps, note-taking apps, password managers, gallery apps, etc., need proper care. When it comes to security, password protection always seems to be the best option. You can easily lock your Android device with a PIN, Pattern, Password, or Fingerprint. However,…
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Beats Flex Review: Best Budget Buds

Rating: 9/10 ? 1 – Absolute Hot Garbage 2 – Sorta Lukewarm Garbage 3 – Strongly Flawed Design 4 – Some Pros, Lots Of Cons 5 – Acceptably Imperfect 6 – Good Enough to Buy On Sale 7 – Great, But Not Best-In-Class 8 – Fantastic, with Some Footnotes 9 – Shut Up And Take…
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Use SQL and osquery to Interrogate Your Hardware on Linux

Do you keep forgetting the syntax for obscure hardware commands you hardly use? The osquery application lets you interrogate the hardware, users, and performance of your Linux computer with standard SQL commands. The osquery Application The osquery application is a free and open-source program from the osquery Foundation. It gathers a tremendous amount of information about your…
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How to Check Which Graphics Card (GPU) Your Mac Has

To display graphics on your screen, your Mac uses a graphics card, often called a Graphics Processing Unit (or GPU), which can be integrated into your Mac or on a discrete card. The GPU determines how quickly your Mac can render graphics in games and other apps. Here’s how to check which GPU your Mac…
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7 Things You Should Know About Travel in 2021

DimaBerlin/Shutterstock The COVID-19 pandemic has affected virtually every aspect of our lives over the last year, including travel plans. Many were forced to postpone or cancel trips due to restrictions around the world. If you’re itching to travel again, here’s what we know so far about tourism in 2021. Some Countries Are Currently Open While…
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Researcher Gets to the Bottom of Bizarre YouTube Comment Section’s Dirty Bots

If you have ever been on the comment section of a video on YouTube that has a significant number of views, you might have noticed rather promiscuous messages from accounts that have pictures of scantily clad women as their display pictures. This is a plague that has been impacting all of YouTube for quite some…
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Keep Your iPhones Away from Medical Devices; Says Apple

You might have heard how mobiles are potentially destroying this generations health, from your parents every now and then, but what if we tell you Apple issued some news with serious facts about mobile devices being harmful for certain medical conditions and cause risks to some medical patients. This news may be shocking to you,…
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How to Disable Location Tracking in Windows 10 Computer

Compared to the older versions of Windows, Windows 10 comes with a whole lot of improvements. Windows 10 is also more secure than its predecessors. Although Windows 10 is right now the best and most popular desktop operating system, it’s not without its flaws. The operating system has few features that may turn off lots…
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How to open XPS files in Windows 10

There you go, these are the most common methods of viewing XPS files. What software are you using for the job? Share your experience with the rest of the Windows community via the comments section below. FAQ: Learn more about the XPS files How do you convert XPS file to PDF? You can use Adobe…
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Twitter introduces Birdwatch, a community-driven approach to tackle the problem of misinforming and misleading posts

In 2020, Twitter had announced that it will be launching a new Birdwatch feature, and now, in 2021, after the US Presidential Election and the inauguration of the new president, the company has finally launched it. However, it is currently available for a small group of 1000 people in the pilot program. This feature allows…
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Facebook Users Are Having Their Phone Numbers Sold Online Via A Telegram Bot

Facebook’s users data is under threat yet again, as phone numbers from the platform’s expansive community are being sold online, with buyers acquiring them via a Telegram bot. This unfortunate discovery comes right off the heels of a wormable piece of malware making the rounds across WhatsApp via innocuous looking messages, painting Facebook and its…
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Facebook Is Launching Its News Feature Outside Of The USA, With The UK Primed As Its First Target

Facebook is launching its headlines and articles interface, News, in the UK. This marks the first time the venture been launched outside of the USA. News tab is the latest installment to Facebook’s platform, joining the likes of Marketplace and Pages. Its purpose is to provide a differentiated space filled with curated publications and headlines…
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5 best infographic makers [Online & Desktop Software]

by Madalina Dinita Former Managing Editor To make a large presentation with complex data easier to understand, use one of the best infographic software presented below. One best infographic maker features already-made templates and presets, like Adobe’s tool along with the other apps. If you want a free tool, you can take a look a…
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