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Day: February 15, 2021

5 best browser without tracking [Private browsing]

[ad_1] by Teodor Nechita Software Managing Editor It’s not so difficult to find the best browser with no tracking as long as you keep in mind several important aspects. A browser that comes with a built-in VPN and included security settings is definitely one that will ensure your online privacy. No tracking and safe password…
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Report: Rainbow Six Quarantine renamed Parasite as pandemic looms large

[ad_1] Update, February 16 (7:40 ET): Ubisoft has issued a statement, saying that the game is being referred to internally as Parasite but that it’s not the official rebrand, with more information coming soon. Ubisoft is reportedly set to rebrand Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine, its upcoming cooperative shooter, expanding on the universe of Tom…
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Slack: How To Export a Workspace Member List – Technipages

[ad_1] Bigger workspaces with plenty of users can be hard to keep track of. They’re not always easy to check, but you want to take stock of who has access. If you do so, you might find it useful to export a list of all members of the workspace. You could, for example, easily pass…
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Slack: How To Add New Payment Contacts – Technipages

[ad_1] In organisations that pay for Slack subscriptions, generally, there are a limited number of people who are responsible for the payment and ensuring that it happens and is reported correctly. Smaller community groups, likely have just one person responsible for ensuring that the subscription fee is paid. In larger groups and in corporate workspaces,…
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Slack: How To Update Your Company Information – Technipages

[ad_1] Generally, when ordering products online, you have to provide a billing and a delivery address. For most people, this is generally the same and irrelevant, as the address the payment card is registered is where you live and therefore where the product is being delivered. For businesses, it is important to ensure that all…
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Fix Microsoft Teams Not Integrating With Outlook – Technipages

[ad_1] Microsoft Teams and Outlook are two excellent productivity tools. If you use both of them, you can integrate Teams with Outlook for an extra productivity boost. You can then convert Outlook meetings into Teams meetings, export the list of team members or use Outlook to change the first day of the week on Teams. All…
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A computer on the International Space Station will connect to Azure

[ad_1] Microsoft and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) are working together to connect a PC on the International Space Station (ISS) to Azure. HPE is sending a second-generation Spaceborne Computer to the ISS later this month and will connect that PC to Microsoft’s Azure (via SpaceNews). The Spaceborne Computer-2 will connect to Azure through NASA and…
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How to Fix Error in Transfer on Skype for Business – Technipages

[ad_1] Skype for Business may sometimes fail to send attachments. When that happens, the file initially seems to load for a few seconds but then the “Error in transfer” message appears on the screen. Let’s dive in and see what you can do about this problem. How to Fix Skype for Business File Transfer Failed…
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These are the best external Blu-ray drives for PC

[ad_1] Best USB Blu-ray Drives Windows Central 2021 Optical drives aren’t nearly as prevalent as they once were, but Blu-ray is still a popular format. If you’re looking for a way to read, record, or write to a Blu-ray on your Windows PC, then these are some nifty external solutions. Staff pick Pioneer’s external Blu-ray…
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Common IOS 14 Glitches And How To Fix Them – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

[ad_1] Apple released the public version of the iOS 14 in September of 2020, with this software version introducing a number of important upgrades to iPhones (iPhone 6S and newer) in different parts of the world. However, with this new update came a number of annoying bugs, with certain users noticing some glitches with otherwise…
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Outlook on Android now shows your top tasks from Microsoft To Do

[ad_1] Microsoft Outlook on Android recently received an update that makes it easier to stay on top of tasks. Now, the app’s search section shows your top three tasks from Microsoft To Do. The tasks are actionable, so you can mark them as completed directly within Outlook. The app brings Outlook to version 4.21.04.2. Here’s…
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Valheim has now sold over two million copies in under two weeks

[ad_1] Five days ago, we reported that Valheim, the survival Viking-simulator that’s taking the internet by storm, had already crossed over one million units sold in its first week on Steam Early Access. Today, the Iron Gate Studio team has announced that Valheim has now crossed over two million units sold after just thirteen days…
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You can snag a Surface Pro 7 with Type Cover for just $700 today

[ad_1] It’s not rare to see Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7 on sale, but occasionally a price is exceptionally low, making it hard to resist picking one up. That’s the case at the moment, as the Surface Pro 7 starts at just $700 right now from the Microsoft Store, and that’s including a Type Cover. This…
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Sea of Thieves is more rewarding to play than ever in 2021

[ad_1] When Rare’s pirate sandbox title Sea of Thieves dropped in early 2018, it was met with immediate criticism for its lack of content. While many players fell in love with the beautiful world this team created, there objectively just wasn’t a lot to do. Thankfully, about three years later this definitely isn’t the case.…
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Linux 101: How to remove legacy communication services

[ad_1] To keep your Linux servers and desktops as secure as possible, you should check for (and remove) legacy communication services. Jack Wallen shows you how. Image: Jack Wallen Linux is a very secure operating system, but it’s not perfect. No operating system is. In fact, any platform that’s connected to a network is, in…
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Zoom, cat filters and lawyers: How not to embarrass yourself on a video conference

[ad_1] Lessons to learn from the viral video of a lawyer who couldn’t turn off a cat filter during a virtual court proceeding. Video conferencing filters can completely change your appearance, whether intended or not. Image: Brandon Vigliarolo/TechRepublic If you spend any time on the internet there’s a good chance you’ve seen the recent viral…
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Slack: How to View a List of Changes That Affect Your Bill – Technipages

[ad_1] Slack’s billing is pretty dynamic. Rather than simply paying per-registered user or for a set number of users, you are billed by activity no matter your actual user count. This way, inactive members won’t inflate your Slack tab. On the other hand, if you have many new joiners, you may get a higher bill…
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Slack: How to Configure Who Can Purchase Paid Subscriptions for Your Workspace – Technipages

[ad_1] Slack is a powerful productivity tool; even without paying for anything, the service offers a fantastic range of features. That said, there are also some pretty interesting perks to the premium packages, and buying them is pretty straightforward. So easy, in fact, that anyone can do it. That doesn’t mean that you want everyone…
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Teams Pro features won’t cost extra for supported licenses

[ad_1] Microsoft recently sent out a message about Teams Pro, a new service plan that will add webinar and “meeting intelligence” capabilities to Microsoft Teams. The initial message sent out to admins did not specify if Teams Pro would cost extra for organizations. Now, a newly updated message from Microsoft explains that the Teams Pro…
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Slack: How to save Payment Details for Workspace Billing – Technipages

[ad_1] The easiest way you can pay for your Slack workspace is via a payment card. It is possible to pay via quarterly or annual invoice instead. This is generally less convenient and does more work, even for a finance department. Thankfully you don’t have to enter your payment card details every month; you can…
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How to Identify a Song That’s Already Playing On Your Phone

[ad_1] Let’s admit, once in our lifetime, we all have come across a song whose name or lyrics we don’t remember. Not just you and me, this thing happens with everyone out there reading the article. At that time, we don’t have many options left apart from guessing the song’s lyrics. However, if you are…
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Metro Exodus free upgrade runs at 4K 60 FPS on Xbox Series X

[ad_1] We already knew that 4A Games was working on a free next-generation upgrade for its 2019 title Metro Exodus and now, the developers have shared more about what console players can expect. On Xbox Series X and PS5, the upgrade will allow Metro Exodus to run at 4K 60 FPS. The Xbox Series S…
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Fix Instagram: Clear Search History Not Working – Technipages

[ad_1] When you search for a specific Instagram profile, the app automatically records your search history. If you don’t want anyone to know who you stalked on Instagram, you can simply delete your search history. And there’s another advantage to doing that. The app will stop showing the respective profiles as suggestions. So far, so…
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Is It Safe to Let Your Browser Remember Passwords? – Ask Leo!

[ad_1] The risk that’s often overlooked (Image credit: canva.com) Letting your browser remember passwords is a convenient feature. With that convenience comes risk — often significant risk. Most folks are much better served by using a password vault. I’ll explain why. If I consider my computer to be physically secure, am I reasonably safe letting…
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4 Best Frameless Monitors for Dual Monitor Setup

[ad_1] If you have a plan to install a multi-monitor setup or at least a dual-monitor setup, you can invest in bezel-less or frameless monitors to build a seamless visual look. These monitors pack slim and sleek bezels on all the sides (except the bottom), thereby making them perfect for lining up with minimal gaps.…
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Microsoft’s President weighs in on the gravity of the SolarWinds attack

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft President Brad Smith recently discussed the SolarWinds attacks on the CBS program “60 Minutes.” During the interview, Smith says that the SolarWinds attack was probably “the largest and most sophisticated attack the world has ever seen” (via Reuters). The SolarWinds attack was identified in December of last…
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Review: Kensington’s SD5600T premium docking station fails to perform

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central Kensington has a wide variety of PC accessories, including some of the best docking stations on the market. For example, our Kensington Surface Pro Dock review outlines the best way to turn your Surface Pro into a mini Surface Studio. More recently, my Kensington SD2500T review highlights a compact dock that…
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9 Best Ways to Fix Apple Maps Not Working on iPhone Error

[ad_1] Apple Maps has come a long way in the last few years. While it is nowhere close to Google Maps, many iPhone users often use Apple Maps for specific experience and details. And those who do, often find that the Apple Maps is not working. If you face the same issue on your iPhone,…
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IT and HR working together can help companies weather difficult times

[ad_1] During the pandemic, one company has found a new way to work through some of the challenges of distributed teams. TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Kim Huffman, VP of global IT, and Leah Sutton, senior vice president of global HR, for Elastic, a search software company, about how they work together to help distributed…
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Tello Mobile sale offers 50% off your phone bill for three months

[ad_1] Tello Mobile is making cellular service more affordable with a 50% discount across a range of plans to meet various budgets. The company’s latest deal means new subscribers can score three months of service for as low as $5 per month. Without the sale, Tello’s plans are already competitively priced compared to other service…
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How to fix Facebook black screen issues on Chrome

[ad_1] If the issue persists, download and run Chrome Canary, a developer version of Chrome. 3. Disable extensions Open Chrome (non-incognito). In the address bar, type the code below then press Enter: chrome://extensions Disable your privacy extension from the list of extensions. With the extension tab still open, open a new tab and log in…
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Review: Mad Catz M.O.J.O. M1 almost became my favorite gaming mouse

[ad_1] Source: Rich Edmonds / Windows Central It’s difficult to locate mice that don’t look like every other pointer out there, but one brand tries to stand out using unique mouse designs. Mad Catz launched the M.O.J.O. M1, which is aimed at those who take their gaming seriously and want something, well … a little…
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How to search for text within a file using the nano text editor

[ad_1] Jack Wallen shows you how to use the search feature to more efficiently locate the configuration option you need to edit in the nano text editor. Image: Jack Wallen Nano is my text editor of choice on both the Linux and macOS platforms. How many times have you read my words saying, “open so-and-so…
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How to Group and Ungroup Elements in Canva on Mobile and PC

[ad_1] Grouping elements in any photo-editing tool comes in handy when you want to accomplish a task on multiple objects together. For instance, you can move them together, resize them, duplicate them, and more. In case you are wondering how to do it in the Canva mobile apps and website, we will help you with…
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Dell doorbuster deals go live throughout today on XPS, Inspiron, and more

[ad_1] Dell has deals across a wide range of devices for President’s Day. There are already some deals live that have gone on throughout the weekend, but doorbuster deals are on the way as well. Doorbuster deals will go live at 11 AM, 3 PM, and 5 PM today, depending on the deal. There are…
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Protect Your Chat Privacy on WhatsApp, Signal or Telegram

[ad_1] Recently, Whatsapp has announced a privacy update after which most of the users have switched to other apps like Signal and Telegram. In the Whatsapp update, it was said that the app will share your data with Facebook. However, when you switched to other apps you didn’t find everyone using it, so you came…
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5 Best adblockers for your Android browsers

[ad_1] by Tashreef Shareef Windows & Software Expert The best android Adblock software will keep your device safe from data theft and malware. We’ve included some of the best AdBlock for Android that doesn’t require rooting your phone. Our choices below allow you to toggle advertisements off and on whenever you like. If you haven’t…
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xCloud is in testing on the web, paving the way for iOS and iPadOS support

[ad_1] Source: Dan Thorp-Lancaster/Windows Central Microsoft’s cloud streaming platform, codenamed Project xCloud, has been seen in action within a web browser. According to a report from The Verge, Microsoft started testing xCloud through the web ahead of its upcoming public preview. With browser support, xCloud game streaming will be an option for more platforms and…
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FIX: Something went wrong Gmail error

[ad_1] Although many reported being sure that they used the correct password, the unexpected error message left them hopeless. We managed to come up with a few solutions that we found to fix this specific issue. How do I fix Gmail error, something went wrong. Try again later? 1. Use Opera Opera is already known…
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Hear the Sound of Color with Google’s Synesthesia Tool

[ad_1] Google Some of history’s greatest artists, like Vassily Kandinsky, Duke Ellington, and Mozart, experienced  synesthesia, a neurological condition that allows you to “see” sounds or “hear” colors. Now, a Google Arts and Culture tool called Play a Kandinsky gives you the chance to hear what the artist might have heard while painting one of…
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Spotify to employees: If you want to work from another country, go for it

[ad_1] Spotify will also reassess its office space as it introduces permanent flexible-working options for employees. Image: Spotify Spotify has become the latest major tech company to make the transition to remote-first working, announcing that employees will be free to “work from anywhere” starting this summer – even if that means working from another country.…
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Is AI just a fairy tale? Not in these successful use cases

[ad_1] Getting artificial intelligence past the fairy tale stage is a challenge for some organizations. Here are two examples of AI that’s granted its users’ wishes. Image: iStock/Artystarty More about artificial intelligence Even with technology, sometimes we believe in fairy tales. A fairy tale is a story with a “fantastic and magical setting or magical…
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5 best VPN for Windows 8 & 8.1 users [Free & Premium]

[ad_1] Surfshark is another premium VPN for Windows 8 users. It’s made by Surfshark LTD, a US-based VPN provider with an impressive fanbase, thanks to its easy interface, large network, and affordable plans. It’s also one of the best VPN apps for Windows 10. With the help of Surfshark, you can secure your Internet connection…
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Spider Legs Build Webs Autonomously, without Help from the Brain

[ad_1] Araneus diadematus, the common garden spider, studied by Fritz Vollrath and Thiemo Krink. novama/Shutterstock Spiders spend their time spinning perfect, intricate webs that are stronger than steel and more elastic than a rubber band. But this feat requires very little brainpower. A new study indicates that a spider’s legs act without oversight from its…
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Why is corporate VPN so slow? 7 steps to make it faster

[ad_1] by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Corporate VPNs are a different breed of VPN, as they cater to different needs than consumer-grade ones. Therefore, you can expect them to act differently than individual VPN services. For instance, you may notice that a corporate VPN is slowing down your connection. There are many…
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Set up a VPN between two computers [Office & Home Networks]

[ad_1] by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Creating a private network (VPN) between two access points is paramount for privacy. For instance, you can establish VPNs between remote employees and a company network. Windows 10 has its own VPN functionality, but using it could be difficult for a novice. Check out our guide…
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The Surface Laptop 3 with AMD has a new firmware update

[ad_1] Owners of the AMD-powered Surface Laptop 3, including the Surface Laptop 3 15, can snag a new firmware update for their PC. The update is available for devices running Windows 10 version 1903 or higher. Like most firmware updates, this focuses on bug fixes and stability improvements. It doesn’t have any new features. Here’s…
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[Solved] PIP not recognized in PyCharm terminal

[ad_1] What is PIP used for in Python? PIP is an acronym for Pip Installs Packages, which is a package management system for installing software programmed with the Python programming language. Most users utilize PIP to install software from the Python Package Index by running PIP via PyCharm or the Command Prompt. Why PIP is…
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How to Send Confirmation Emails after WordPress Form Submission

[ad_1] Are you looking to send confirmation emails after a user submits a form on your website? Confirmation emails can be a great way to let users know that you received their message, and that you’ll be in touch soon. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to send confirmation emails to your users after…
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Arcade1Up’s Latest Collab Is a Limited-Edition ‘Street Fighter’ Counter-Cade

[ad_1] Suzanne Humphries Hadouken! Fans of Capcom’s Street Fighter can look forward to a new limited edition countertop arcade version of the iconic video game as part of collaboration with DJ and fashion designer Steve Aoki. Aside from the game, the collaboration also sports a  and a remixed version of Ryu’s Theme song from the…
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7 best VPNs to watch British TV (tested for speed and security)

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Video streaming platforms such as Netflix have gained a lot of traction lately. However, most of them restrict their customers’ access based on the regions they’re in. Restricted access to premium multimedia content can be easily bypassed by using a VPN. If you want to use a VPN to…
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Microsoft’s Surface Headphones are down to a ridiculous low price today

[ad_1] If you’re in the market for some noise-cancelling headphones but don’t want to spend a fortune, Woot has a Presidents’ Day deal for you today on the original Microsoft Surface Headphones well worth looking at. Over there, you can snag the first-party Microsoft cans for just $110.99. That’s around $140 off their original retail…
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How to Delete Google Assistant Recordings

[ad_1] Google Assistant can add a lot of convenience to your life, but that comes with some privacy sacrifices. Everything you say to Google is being recorded, but there are several ways to delete these recordings. Having recordings made by the Google Assistant sounds scarier than it really is. For starters, it’s important to understand…
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Netflix Will Quest for the Sword of Martin in a ‘Redwall’ Film and Series

[ad_1] Netflix If you grew up on the Redwall series, the books about mice, adventures, and the Sword of Martin, then we have good news for you. Netflix will adapt the series of books into a feature film and a tv series. The company seems bullish on the prospect of sticking with the story; it purchased the…
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5 best VPNs to use with Skype to secure & improve calls

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Skype-ing in certain locations is not possible, so using a VPN may end up being your only choice. Of course, you will want a VPN that won’t affect your Internet speed as much. A common misconception is that all VPNs behave the same way, when in fact they don’t.…
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10 Best Dark Sky Alternatives For Android in 2021

[ad_1] If you have been reading tech news for a while, then you might have read about Apple’s recent acquisition of Dark Sky. Recently, Apple acquired Dark sky, and that had saddened lots of Android users. Before the acquisition, Dark Sky was available for Android, and it used to be the most useful weather app.…
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Let another search engine handle web searches on Windows 10

[ad_1] On Windows 10, by default, when you type a query in the taskbar search box, alongside results for apps, files, and settings, Windows Search will also suggest web searches, which will open Microsoft Edge and use Microsoft Bing to answer your question. Although there is nothing wrong with Bing results, many people may prefer…
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How to fix laptop power jack without soldering [Full guide]

[ad_1] For those who don’t know, a multimeter is a tool used to measure voltages. You can buy the AstroAI Digital Multimeter right away, if you don’t have any on hand already. 4. Open up your laptop’s case Take a screwdriver and unscrew your laptop’s case. Take out your battery, RAM, and storage. Make sure…
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5 best VPNs for QuickBooks (speed and security tested)

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Make sure you choose the best VPN when using an accounting software package such as QuickBooks. A VPN can not only protect your privacy, but it can also circumvent various limitations. However, not all VPNs can handle things the same way. Some are definitely better than others. Therefore, if…
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5 best VPN for UC Browser for extra protection

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor UC Browser is a UWP app that anyone can download from the Microsoft Store. For increased privacy protection you can pair it with an effective VPN solution. A common misconception is that all VPNs are the same. Spoiler alert: they’re not. If you want to get the best VPN…
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Itel S16 Pro Vs Itel A56 Pro: Which Entry-level Smartphone Should You Go For And Why? – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

[ad_1] We start a brand-new week with a look at two entry-level devices, as we have the itel S16 Pro up against the itel A56 Pro. Both smartphones launched in 2020, bringing a number of peculiar specs for our perusal.   In this article, we start by revealing all of the mystery surrounding both smartphones,…
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How to Use Pivot Tables to Analyze Excel Data

[ad_1] Pivot Tables are both incredibly simple and increasingly complex as you learn to master them. They’re great at sorting data and making it easier to understand, and even a complete Excel novice can find value in using them. We’ll walk you through getting started with Pivot Tables in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. First, we’ll…
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Chrome Incognito Tabs Might Soon be Locked with Face ID on iOS

[ad_1] Chrome’s Incognito Mode is great for when you want to look something up without altering your search algorithm. And for no other reason, ever. But if you just happen to want to stop strangers from peeping at your Incognito tabs, Google’s working on it. The iOS beta version now lets you lock incognito tabs…
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Moto e6i entry-level handset announced in Brazil wit Android 10 Go OS

[ad_1] Motorola launches its latest entry-level Smartphone in Brazil, it is the Moto e6i in either Titanium Gray and Pink. color options that run on Android 10 Go Edition OS out of the box. The Moto e6i is among the company’s E-Series line up, and features a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor scanner. It measures 155.6x 73x…
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Best ways to send files in your browser [How to]

[ad_1] Well, you don’t have to create an account in order to use and, as expected, it ensures a safe transfer process. Another interesting aspect is that it notifies you if the recipient downloaded the files or if that person didn’t receive them at all. TransferNow Access TransferNow on your browser. Click on the big…
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How to Hide Your “Last Seen Online” Time in Telegram

[ad_1] Arthur_Shevtsov/Shutterstock.com Telegram is a popular messaging app that places an emphasis on privacy, although not as much as Signal does. By default, Telegram shows anyone and everyone the last time you were online. Here’s how to hide that. Change How “Last Seen Online” Displays Telegram is available for iPhone and iPad, Android, Windows, Mac,…
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When and Where You Can Watch NASA’s Perseverance Land on Mars

[ad_1] Dima Zel/Shutterstock Sure, you can see a Snow Moon this month, but you can also watch a live Mars landing! The NASA Perseverance is slated to land on the Red Planet this month, and if you want to see it happen, here’s when and where you can watch. The descent to Mars is scheduled…
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10 Best Free Software Updaters For Windows in 2021

[ad_1] Sometimes having an up-to-date operating system is not enough to protect our computer from hacking attempts or malware attacks. Malware can enter your system through various means like email attachments, during software installations, or through installed software. Since we never care to update apps that have been already installed on our computer, malware creators…
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Swapping File Managers in Mint 20

[ad_1] Shutterstock/rawf8 This article discusses swapping file managers in Mint 20. Especially for the xcfe release of Mint 20 this is recommended, but all releases are discussed, with a variety of file managers available for selection! What Is a File Manager? If you are used to using Microsoft Windows operating systems, you likely know about…
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The CAT S42 Will Survive Judgement Day, But Its Battery Won’t Survive a Weekday

[ad_1] Rating: 4/10 ? 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…
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Become a powerful Viking right away using these cheats in Valheim

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central / Zackery Cuevas Valheim has already become a huge hit, selling over one million copies in its first week on PC. The Viking survival sim may be in early access, but there’s a lot to see, plenty to hunt, and many bosses to defeat as you and up to nine buddies…
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These are the bugs and issues plaguing Valheim players in Early Access

[ad_1] Source: Nick Sutrich / Windows Central Valheim seemingly exploded overnight, reaching one million sales in less than a week after being released. It’s easily on its way to being one of the best survival games on PC but, for now, its Early Access badge means there are sure to be plenty of bugs lurking…
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Confused by Valheim? These tips and tricks will get you started

[ad_1] Source: Nick Sutrich / Windows Central Valheim takes place in the mysterious 10th realm of reality. It’s a place so shrouded in mystery that even the gods are afraid of its existence, yet it has been bestowed upon you — and up to ten of your comrades-in-arms — to make it a paradise unto…
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Mic is off due to the size of the call on Google Meet [Fix]

[ad_1] Corporate giants such as Google invested in their conferencing platforms. Google Meet is the go-to choice of institutions most of the time, so you can imagine that there are countless meetings taking place as we speak. However, even the most used app on the market can encounter some issues from time to time. People…
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Lenovo Tab P11 Pro with 11.5-inch 2K OLED display comes to India

[ad_1] Lenovo introduces its latest tablet in India, it is the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro in either Slate Grey or Platinum Grey color options. Lenovo’s latest top-end premium tab and earlier announced last year alongside with Tab M10 HD Gen 2 tablet for Kids. The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro packs a large 11.5-inch 2K OLED…
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How to fix Script Hook V critical error in GTA 5

[ad_1] What causes this problem is the Anti-Cheat System. The developers do not support the Script Hook application which is used for modding in GTA V. In this case the app is detected as a cheat and patched every time the game gets an update. There are also situations when the Script Hook V critical error…
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Using Arrow Functions in JavaScript

[ad_1] An arrow function in JavaScript is a terser alternative to a traditional function. The syntax enables quick creation of inline anonymous functions. Arrow functions were added with ES6 in 2015. They’re now supported by all major browsers. You can use them with older browsers, such as Internet Explorer, via a transpiler like Babel. Creating…
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How to Change Mouse Sensitivity in Windows 10 PC

[ad_1] In a desktop computer, a mouse is one of the essential peripherals that’s used for input. Without a mouse, you can’t actually operate anything on a computer. If you have been using Windows 10 for a while, you might know that the operating system automatically sets the best mouse settings upon the installation. However,…
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Discord live viewing not working in browser [Complete Fix]

[ad_1] To do so, you’ll need to right-click your Discord and browser shortcuts and select Run as administrator on their context menus. Then the software will start with elevated admin rights. 3. Make sure your browser isn’t in full-screen Almost all browsers have full-screen browsing modes that fill the entire display with URL bars and…
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Using My Phone As A Remote Control Is The Coolest Thing Ever – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

[ad_1] If there is an underrated feature on modern smartphones, it is the ability to use a phone as a remote comtrol. I started out with mobile phones in the era when infra-red port was a fairly common feature in phones. You see, back in the early 2000s, infra-red was the only means to tether…
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Google Chrome Canary keeps crashing [Easy Fix]

[ad_1] More specifically, the latest version of Chrome Canary (78.0.3874.0) crashes constantly with the Aw snap! error on all sites when RendererCodeIntegrity is enabled. The problem is pretty alarming and many users reported it since the latest update: I have the same problem after today’s update (Aug 4) It also crashes in Incognito. Just started…
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