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Day: February 17, 2021

Releasing Windows 10 Build 19042.844 (20H2) to Beta and Release Preview Channels

[ad_1] Hello Windows Insiders, today we’re releasing 20H2 Build 19042.844 (KB4601382) to the Beta and Release Preview Channels for those Insiders who are on 20H2 (Windows 10 October 2020 Update). For Insiders in the Beta Channel only who are interested in moving up to 21H1, see this blog post. This update includes the following improvements:…
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Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19043.844 (21H1)

[ad_1] Hello Windows Insiders, today we are announcing Windows 10 version 21H1 as the next feature update for Windows 10. As part of today’s announcement, we’re also releasing 21H1 Build 19043.844 (KB4601382) to the Beta Channel. We are releasing this build to the Beta Channel via our “seeker” experience in Windows Update. This means Insiders in the…
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Introducing the next feature update to Windows 10, version 21H1

[ad_1] Today, we are introducing the next feature update to Windows 10, version 21H1. As people continue to rely on Windows more than ever to work, learn and have fun, we understand the importance of providing the best possible update experience to help people and organizations stay protected and productive. It is a responsibility we…
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7 best retro games to play online (Free Play)

[ad_1] by Matthew Adams Windows & Software Expert Feel like playing something but don’t like installing AAA games? Online retro games are a solution. There are plenty of free retro games currently available on the market, and all you need is a browser to play them. The article below will be covering some of the…
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Best Xbox Game Pass games for Xbox One

[ad_1] Best Xbox Game Pass Games Windows Central 2021 Xbox Game Pass is Microsoft’s all-in-one subscription for Xbox One gaming, granting a Netflix-style library starting at $10 per month. You can download games directly to your Xbox console, even extending to Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass PC under the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate…
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The essential 10 programming languages developers need to know this year

[ad_1] Looking for a new job in DevOps? Here are the skills that employers are seeking in employees. Image: iStock/monsitj Must-read developer content Curious what the top programming languages are this year? Coding Dojo has made it easy by scouring job ads to see which languages are popping up the most on Indeed.com. Ease of…
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4 invoicing apps for small businesses or the self-employed

[ad_1] Small businesses and self-employed entrepreneurs need affordable yet robust tools to start a business and stay in business. These four invoicing tools can help. From solopreneurs to small businesses, affordable invoicing apps are essential in keeping on top of billing and receiving payments. Billing customers shouldn’t take a massive bite out of your profits;…
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How to share a printer with PaperCut Mobility Print

[ad_1] Jack Wallen walks you through the process of sharing a printer to the devices on your LAN with PaperCut Mobility Print. Image: iStockphoto/Asawin_Klabma I recently wrote a tutorial on how to replace the now-defunct Google Cloud Print with PaperCut’s Mobility Print. For anyone that makes use of Chromebooks and other mobile devices on your…
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LastPass password management app: A cheat sheet

[ad_1] Not all password managers are created equal, and LastPass is one of the standout options. Available for almost every OS, browser, and mobile platform on the market, LastPass is designed to have you safe, secure, and encrypted wherever you happen to be. TechRepublic’s cheat sheet about LastPass is a quick introduction to this password…
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World’s fastest supercomputer and AI tapped to predict tsunami flooding

[ad_1] Fujitsu’s supercomputer Fugaku is powering AI capabilities that could help predict coastal flooding conditions. “Ordinary PCs” can run the Fugaku-trained AI model, according to the company. Image: iStock/petrovich9 Researchers around the globe are using artificial intelligence (AI) to assist with conservation efforts, forecast natural disasters, and mitigate the impact of climate change. These projects…
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Tech leaders must change how companies tackle technology to unlock new business value

[ad_1] The enterprise must level up to make room for tech-driven innovation and changing business models, according to a new Forrester report. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto The constant and clearly obvious tech industry refrain is poised for change, and a just-updated report from Forrester, “Connect Business And Technology Governance For A Future Fit Technology Strategy,” reviews…
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How the open source Ray project delivers

[ad_1] Commentary: Developers struggle to build distributed applications that stitch together MapReduce, TensorFlow, and more. The Ray project just might make developers’ lives easier. Image: spainter_vfx, Getty Images/iStockphoto There’s something about Berkeley. Maybe it’s the nuclear-free zone. Or maybe it’s the 99 Nobel laureates, 23 Turing Award winners, and 14 Pulitzer Prize winners that the…
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What to Do if Microsoft Teams Insights Won’t Work – Technipages

[ad_1] If you’re a teacher, we’re sure you’re already familiar with Microsoft Teams Insights. This handy tool allows educators to track their students’ activities, and keep track of assignment turn-in among other things. As you can see, Insights is a very useful feature. That’s why many teachers panic when it fails to work as intended.…
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Kaspersky: Goofing off a little at work may help security teams stay focused

[ad_1] The security company found that 85% of workers spend up to five hours a week watching YouTube, listening to podcasts, or exercising during work hours. Image: iStock/metamorworks Mixing work and play might be a good thing if it breaks up the monotony of security monitoring, according to Kaspersky. The company’s survey about IT security…
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Forza Street: Find out about the latest Showdown and what’s coming next

[ad_1] Forza Street players who want to know about the latest Showdown and what’s coming next can turn to the Forza Developer Blog to find out about the introduction of the 2017 Mercedes-AMG GT R. The blog also teases a bit about the next Showdown, which will have an ‘80s theme. The Forza team has…
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Samsung Galaxy A52 4G And 5G Full Specs Leak, Official Launch Expected In March – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

[ad_1] A number of leaks concerning the Samsung Galaxy A52 4G and 5G smartphones have hit the airwaves, showing smartphone lovers a glimpse of what to expect from these Samsung devices. Although there is still no word from the company concerning these devices, a number of leaks from German blog WinFuture reveals it all, including…
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Review: Panasonic TOUGHBOOK 33 is Surface Book on steroids

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Panasonic is synonymous with many things, including its nearly one-of-a-kind series of TOUGHBOOK laptops and tablets. Now going into its 25th year, Panasonic is refreshing the best-selling rugged device laptop, the TOUGHBOOK 33 (CF-33). Just imagine Microsoft’s Surface Book if it went to boot camp with the U.S.…
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Fix Microsoft Teams Breakout Rooms Not Working – Technipages

[ad_1] Think of Microsoft Teams breakout rooms as sub-meetings or mini-meetings within a larger meeting. For example, you can create a breakout room for the meeting presenters to collaborate and discuss various strategies. You can also use breakout rooms for educational purposes and distance learning. For instance, you can group your students into breakout rooms…
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FinOps: Public cloud spend is seeing massive adoption

[ad_1] Expect big growth for cloud financial-management–FinOps–as the enterprise speeds its cloud expansion, while struggling to contain and optimize cloud spend, according to new research. Image: iStock/gearstd Depending if you’re a glass-half-full or glass-half-empty person, you can lament or cheer the current state of cloud financial management, also known as FinOps: It’s experiencing huge growth,…
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Learn about changes coming to Minecraft Dungeons in ‘Flames of the Nether’

[ad_1] Source: Mojang Studios | Twitter Minecraft Dungeons isn’t the same game it was when it released and has added a ton of new content, quality-of-life improvements, and feature changes since its launch. The next step for Mojang Studios’ ARPG co-op focused spin-off of Minecraft is the positively humungous Minecraft Dungeons Flames of the Nether…
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How to use the whiteboard in a Zoom meeting

[ad_1] Zoom offers a whiteboard that you can use to share and highlight important information in a meeting. Here’s how it works. Image: iStock/fizkes Let’s say you need to draw or illustrate something that you want to share in a Zoom meeting. Zoom comes with a built-in whiteboard designed just for that purpose. With the…
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ExTiX 21.1 Deepin Edition is a beautiful Linux desktop in need of some polish

[ad_1] Jack Wallen takes a look at a Deepin-based desktop Linux distribution and finds, with a bit of work, this could be a contender for just about anyone. Image: Jack Wallen I love a beautiful Linux desktop. There’s just something about logging in to find a developer’s work of art greeting you. It’s refreshing and…
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How to Hide Last Seen On Telegram for Android in 2021

[ad_1] As of now, there are many instant messaging apps available for Android smartphones. However, out of all those, it was the WhatsApp, Telegram, and Signal Private messenger that stands out from the crowd. Compared to all others, these three instant messaging apps offer more security and privacy features. If you have ever used WhatsApp,…
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Slack: How to Check That No Users or Integrations Are Using Outdated TLS Security – Technipages

[ad_1] Security when connecting to the internet is important. In modern computing, this security is provided by the TLS protocols. The Transport Layer Security protocols have new versions released occasionally that offer the latest security features. To prevent people from continuing to use an old version forever, older versions are eventually deprecated. Ideally, this happens…
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Top 5 things to know about adversarial attacks

[ad_1] Machine learning is helpful to many organizations in the tech industry, but it can have a downside. Tom Merritt lists five things to know about adversarial attacks. Machine learning is being used for a lot of great things, from guiding autonomous cars to creating pictures of cats that don’t actually exist. Of course, as…
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Microsoft’s Power BI gets new tools to prevent leakage of confidential data

[ad_1] Information protection makes sure that only people with permissions see data in Power BI, while retaining the ability to share top-level trends, balancing productivity and security. Microsoft’s Power BI is used to build complex analytical projects spanning multiple data sources. New tooling helps administrators and professionals manage and govern these projects. Image: Microsoft Whatever…
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Slack: How to Manage the Workspace Members – Technipages

[ad_1] The user account that first creates a Slack workspace is the “Primary owner” of the workspace by default. When you invite new users to the workspace, they are added as full members. By default, the security settings of a new workspace are pretty lax. Workspace members will be able to see and change many…
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Can Hotel Internet Traffic Be Sniffed? – Ask Leo!

[ad_1] It’s as bad as open Wi-Fi. (Image: canva.com) Many hotels offer both wired and wireless internet, but with those hotel internet connections comes a security risk most folks don’t consider. My friend’s husband has been getting into her email even though she’s not given him her password. He has confronted his sister about an…
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5 Best Mechanical Keyboards for Office Work Under $100

[ad_1] If you are someone like me who spends a major chunk of their day typing away on a keyboard, I bet a comfortable and quiet experience is what you must desire. One of the highlights of mechanical keyboards is their tactile response, which adds to the typing experience. However, not all mechanical keyboards are…
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Slack: How to Delete a Workspace – Technipages

[ad_1] Every project and company will eventually come to an end. At this point, you can choose to leave services like websites running for posterity reasons. Alternatively, you can delete services such as your website or your Slack workspace. Deleting service is obviously more painful as you will lose access to any data that hasn’t…
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Dropbox: How to View How Much of Your Space You’re Using – Technipages

[ad_1] Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud storage solutions globally. But it’s limited. Free, or paid there is a limit to how much you can store in your Dropbox account. It’s always smart to keep an eye on how much you’re already using. Knowing how much space you have makes sure that you…
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The troubling trend of ghosting in job recruitment

[ad_1] The phenomenon of ending contact without explanation is on the rise, not just in the dating world, but throughout the enterprise, as job seekers and employers are now ghosting each other. Image: iStock/iego-cervo In the summer of 2015, it made its way into the public vernacular as a burn: Charlize Theron allegedly ended her…
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Fix Microsoft Teams Full Screen Not Working – Technipages

[ad_1] If you want to focus on the speaker during a video meeting, you can enable full-screen mode. In this manner, you can quickly remove other distractions that may sometimes break your concentration. The bad news is that Microsoft Teams no longer supports full-screen mode. The company removed this feature a few months ago to…
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Fix MS Teams Keyboard Shortcuts Not Working – Technipages

[ad_1] Keyboard shortcuts are predefined combinations of keys that activate particular features and functionalities on computers. Perhaps the most frequently used shortcuts in the world are CTRL + C and CTRL + V. Microsoft Teams supports many keyboard shortcuts allowing users to quickly launch the functionality they’re interested in. But sometimes, your shortcuts may stop…
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Surgeons use mixed reality to add a virtual twist to 21st-century operations

[ad_1] These mixed reality headsets allow medical professionals from around the globe to virtually attend operations and provide insights during procedures. Image: Microsoft Organizations around the globe are using mixed reality and augmented reality (AR) via smart glasses to transform traditional workflows for both on-site employees and those collaborating from afar. For example, Lockheed Martin…
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LinkedIn gives COVID-19 vaccination distribution a boost

[ad_1] The platform is connecting healthcare professionals to volunteers and paid support opportunities to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. Image: iStock LinkedIn says it is extending the commitment it made last April to assist in the global battle with the coronavirus pandemic. The company is using its platform to further slow the spread…
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Google Launched Crowdsourcing Adverse Test Sets for Machine Learning (CATS4ML) Challenge

[ad_1] Recently, Google AI has launched a data challenge called CATS4ML (Crowdsourcing Adverse Test Sets for Machine Learning). This challenge improves the evaluation datasets for Machine Learning by encouraging searching the existing ML benchmarks. CATS4ML Data Challenge is up till 30 April 2021 CATS4ML data challenge asks the challengers to use different methods to find…
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How to use Microsoft Office instead of Google on your Chromebook

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central Microsoft Office is one of the most popular software suites in the world, especially among education and enterprise. It’s also one of the easiest to use on account of being available essentially everywhere. That includes Chromebooks, a particularly popular laptop among education users. Microsoft Office on a Chromebook is a really…
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How to Group Elements in Google Slides on Mobile and PC

[ad_1] When you have multiple objects in your Google Slides, you might find it easy to group them and perform a task on all of them together instead of individually. For instance, groups will come in handy if you want to move intersecting shapes and text boxes. If you are wondering how to group elements…
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Microsoft’s Unified Office app for iOS finally comes to the iPad

[ad_1] It took a year, but the all-in-one Excel, Word, and PowerPoint app available for iOS and Android now has support for iPad, ending the need for three separate apps. Image: Microsoft Office 365 users who work on an iPad, rejoice: The Unified Microsoft Office app that came to iPhones and Android devices in early…
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Microsoft Edge Canary testing new Office Viewer for looking at files

[ad_1] Microsoft Edge Canary has a new feature called Office Viewer rolling out to select users. The feature allows you to open Office files, such as documents, presentations, and spreadsheets directly within the browser rather than downloading them. Office Viewer doesn’t appear to be available to all people on the Edge Canary channel, so it’s…
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DoD starting private 5G network project to support smart warehouse applications

[ad_1] The initiative at the Marine Corps Logistics Command will enable warehouse robotics, barcode scanning, and holographic, augmented, and virtual reality applications. Image: Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany The Marine Corps Logistics Command warehouse in Albany, Ga., under the US Department of Defense, is deploying a private 5G wireless network that will modernize its operations…
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Sega Europe is reportedly ‘really happy’ with Xbox Game Pass

[ad_1] Source: Two Point Studios Microsoft’s game subscription service Xbox Game Pass has been growing steadily over the last couple of years, with increased first-party investment and third-party deals adding games regularly. Still, questions about exactly how Xbox Game Pass works, maintains profitability and whether or not it’s good for developers overall still continue to…
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7 Best Ways to Fix Hibernate Goes to Lock Screen Error on Windows 10

[ad_1] Hibernate intends to save precious battery juice without closing open apps allowing users to resume work quickly. A lock screen, on the other hand, is to stop intruders from accessing your precious data. The computer is still running and you should view the lock screen when waking up the computer from hibernation. Let’s take…
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Ring’s New Geofence Reminds You To Arm Your Security System When You Leave Home

[ad_1] Ring Security systems and cameras may make you feel better about leaving home or going to bed at night, but they can be annoying. And they only do any good if you remember to turn them on. Ring wants to help with a new Geofence feature that will avoid annoyances and automatically arm your…
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Motorola launches two mid-range handsets – Moto G30 and Moto G10

[ad_1] Motorola introduces two of its latest mid-range Smartphone in the market, they are Moto G30 with a 6.5-inch HD+ 90Hz refresh rate screen and Snapdragon 662 SoC and Moto G10 with a 6.5-inch HD+ screen and Snapdragon 460 chipset. Both devices are just simple handsets and fortunately, they are slightly expensive. Where the Moto…
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The best displays for a multi-monitor PC setup

[ad_1] Best monitors for multi-monitor setups: Dual, triple & more Windows Central 2021 When using more than a single display for your PC, you’ll want to not only consider the best computer monitors but also ones that have small bezels and other handy features that make deploying a multi-monitor setup easier. We’ve rounded up some…
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Tablet and Chromebook sales take off as remote-learning projects roll out

[ad_1] With the pandemic forcing kids to learn from home, massive rollouts of laptops and tablets across the education sector are driving sales to record highs. Image: Jovanmandic/ iStock The shift to remote learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has driven sales of tablets and Chromebooks to record highs. According to researcher IDC, 14.6…
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Optional updates roll out for Windows 10 versions 1909 and 1809

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft is rolling out cumulative updates for a couple of versions of Windows 10. These optional updates are also labeled as preview updates. They aren’t required, but you can grab them now if you’d like. There are updates available for Windows 10 version 1909 and Windows 10 version…
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5 best audio equalizer software for Windows 10

[ad_1] by Radu Tyrsina CEO & Founder If you’re an audiophile, achieving the best sound is crucial, and to do that, you’ll need equalizer software. There are all sorts of great equalizer applications that you can use, and today we’ve compiled the list of our top picks. The best option when it comes to equalizers…
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Back These Weird Smart Devices in Amazon’s Kickstarter-Like Venture

[ad_1] Amazon Amazon launched its Day 1 Editions program in 2020 to test the sell-ability of strange new products like the Echo Frames and Echo Loop. Now, the company is expanding its Day 1 program with a new Build It initiative, where customers crowdsource new products into existence. And the first of Amazon’s Build It…
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5 best VPNs for PUBG and PUBG Lite [PC and Mobile]

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is an acclaimed battle-royale game with FPS elements. The game is played only online, so a VPN is required to connect to any of its servers. More so, a VPN can also lower your online ping, making PUBG a more enjoyable experience. If you need a VPN…
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Edge’s latest feature helps show only the notification requests you want

[ad_1] Microsoft is rolling out a new adaptive notification requests feature to its Edge browser. The feature utilizes people’s feedback and aims to only show notification requests that people actually want to see. The feature has been in preview testing for some time and is now rolling out to Microsoft Edge 88 Stable, which is…
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4K Streaming and Offline Viewing Will Come to YouTube TV as an Add-On Package

[ad_1] YouTube TV Two things are assured in life: Death and price hikes in streaming services. At least that seems to be the case, as we’re often telling you about one streaming service or another increasing its price without any new features. This time, at least, YouTube TV will offer an optional price hike that includes features!…
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Use this tool to analyze energy efficiency on Windows 10

[ad_1] Although Windows 10 does a pretty good job managing the power on a device, sometimes, you may come across power management issues, such as poor battery life or inefficient use of energy, and this is when the ability to create an energy report can come in handy. The diagnostic report is done using the…
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Everything you need to know to start a farm in Valheim

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central / Zackery Cuevas Valheim is the Viking survival simulator we didn’t know we wanted. Dropped in a mythological Norse world, you’re left with nothing but the clothes on your back and a request from Odin to conquer all of the forsaken beasts that roam across the land. Easy, right? While you…
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5 best VPNs for StarCraft and StarCraft 2 to reduce lag

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Starcraft and StarCraft II are two very prominent games in E-Sports environments. However, like many other online games, Starcraft games can sometimes face high ping issues. Fortunately, VPNs are somewhat popular for being able to lower ping in online games. If you need a Starcraft VPN and don’t know…
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How to Turn off Google Assistant Speech Output on Your Phone

[ad_1] Google Assistant can do many things, but it can’t intelligently adjust its volume. If you ask a question, it will blurt out the answer, sometimes louder than you want. Avoid those awkward moments by turning off speech output on Android smartphones. If you don’t want Google Assistant to recite its response out loud, you…
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8 best VPNs software for Rocket League [2021 Guide]

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor If you’re an online Rocket League player, you probably understand the importance of low ping. Unfortunately, as with any other online game, Rocket League can often have lag spikes. On the bright side, using a VPN can not only protect your privacy but also lower your ping. If you…
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How to Create Flipbox Overlays and Hovers in WordPress

[ad_1] Want to add flipbox overlays and image hover effects to your WordPress site? Even if you’re using a high-quality WordPress theme, you might feel limited by customization options. Flipboxes and image hovers add eye-catching animated effects to your site. In this article, we’ll show you how to add flip box overlays and image hovers…
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New Microsoft update forces Flash Player removal for good

[ad_1] Whereas back then it was an optional update, now it’s been not just brought to the top of the catalog list, but also included in the automatic updates launched last week. Will I be able to keep Flash Player? In other words, users that have postponed or have been reluctant to uninstall Flash Player…
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4 best VPN for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive for no lag

[ad_1] by Matthew Adams Windows & Software Expert Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is an online FPS game developed by Valve. However, like any other online game, CS: GO may sometimes have connectivity issues. If you’re lagging or experiencing packet loss in CS: GO, you should consider using a VPN. Check out our top picks below if…
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From Essential To Nothing – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

[ad_1] Remember Essential? That is the mobile brand by Android co-founder, Andy Rubin and the company behind the Essential PH-1 Phone (see my review). Yes. There is news that the new company founded by former OnePlus co-founder, Carl Pei, has acquired Essential. If you have been following the news, you already know that the name…
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How to Create a Custom List in Microsoft Excel

[ad_1] Reduce tedious data entry and the risk of errors by creating custom lists in Microsoft Excel. By setting up a list ahead of time, you can use autofill or add a drop-down selection for the items, saving you time. Microsoft Excel comes with a few custom lists of its own. These include things like…
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FIX: sfl.dll is missing / error [Complete guide]

[ad_1] What is sfl.dll used for? The sfl.dll file with the dll extension is associated with Paint Tool SAI and is usually used to run this application. Also, specific or more sophisticated video games and software applications use the sfl.dll file in order to get access to certain API functionalities that are provided by Windows…
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6 best VPNs for Dragon Age Inquisition

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Eager to enjoy another Dragon Age: Inquisition round? A reliable VPN will keep your connection to the game servers secured and reliable. However, not all VPNs are the same in terms of speed, security, and reliability. If you want a VPN that works flawlessly with Dragon Age: Inquisition, check…
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6 best VPNs for Smite to enjoy smooth, lag-free gaming

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Smite is an award-winning MOBA developed by Hi-Rez Studios. Players take on the mantle of a God from a variety of mythological pantheons. However, high latency (lag) can interfere with your victory streak. Fortunately, VPNs such as the ones listed below can help you eliminate high ping. Smite is…
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How to Turn on Registration Lock in Signal

[ad_1] Signal, the secure messaging application, ties itself to your phone number. For extra protection against thieves stealing your phone number, you can enable Registration Lock, preventing anyone from registering another account with your phone number. What Is Registration Lock? Your Signal account is tied to your phone number, which means you don’t even need…
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Remote working is here to stay: These eight strategies can make it more successful for everyone

[ad_1] As companies prepare to make remote working permanent, cultural change will play a crucial role in building new, successful work environments. Employers have to adapt if they want to achieve success with a remote workforce. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto Remote working isn’t just about technology – it involves a complete rethinking of how businesses operate.…
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10 Best Flipagram Alternatives You Should Try Out

[ad_1] The photo and video sharing concept had already made Snapchat and Instagram Popular. Let’s admit; there are times when we all want to share or connect ourselves to the online world. Apps like Instagram and Snapchat does the same thing. It lets you connect with your followers. There are many photo and video sharing…
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How to Check the Privacy Policies of Your Installed iPhone Apps

[ad_1] Recently, Apple introduced new “nutrition labels” for privacy in the iPhone App Store. Using these labels, you can quickly learn how an app might track you or use your personal data. Here’s how to see the privacy policies for apps you already have on your device. First, open the App Store on your iPhone.…
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How to Hibernate or Sleep Linux From the Command Line

[ad_1] Shutterstock/Moriz Hibernating and sleeping is for bears and computers alike! If consuming less electricity is your goal, then this guide will show you how to make a small script to safely hibernate, sleep or freeze your computer from the command line. Hibernation and Sleep in Linux Hibernating a computer will save the current contents…
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6 best VPNs for Guild Wars 2 (lower in-game ping)

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Guild Wars 2 is an awesome MMORPG that many players from all over the world enjoy. However, geoblocking and high ping could ruin what could be a great gaming experience. VPNs can not only bypass geoblocking but also lower ping and eliminate packet loss. Looking for a VPN that…
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Can VPN improve ping and gameplay? 6 best VPNs for gamers

[ad_1] by Radu Tyrsina CEO & Founder If you are a gamer, you certainly understand the importance of low ping. High ping is devastating in multiplayer mode, especially when you have to be quick on your feet like in FPS games. Many factors contribute to high ping issues, like an unreliable Internet connection, faulty Wi-Fi…
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8 Best VPNs for Hearthstone to play without lag

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor No VPN can magically turn you into an amazing strategy Hearthstone legend overnight. However, VPNs can help you bypass geographic restrictions and lower ping. Unfortunately, not all VPNs can handle the heat of lowering ping in online games. If you’re looking for a VPN that will work great with…
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How To Set Up Google Analytics For a WordPress Site

[ad_1] WordPress Google Analytics is a powerful tool for collecting and viewing metrics on page views, user behavior, and other useful data. Best part is, it’s entirely free to use, so there’s no reason not to set it up for your website. Setting Up Google Analytics Head over to the Google Analytics dashboard and sign…
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What’s the Difference Between Paramount+ and CBS All Access?

[ad_1] ViacomCBS If you watched the 2021 Super Bowl, you almost certainly saw some nonsensical commercials showing off yet another high-profile streaming service: Paramount+. But a lot of the characters and shows featured in the spots, particularly Star Trek, already has a home on CBS All Access. What’s the deal? What you’re seeing isn’t the dropping…
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Why Is TikTok So Popular? Why the Social Network Is Unique

[ad_1] Mehaniq/Shutterstock.com TikTok is one of the world’s largest social media platforms, and its userbase is still growing. Here’s why so many people are still addicted to TikTok and why they won’t stop using it anytime soon. A Brief Recap of TikTok TikTok has over one billion active users across the world, and that number…
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7 best corporate & small business VPN solutions

[ad_1] This VPN is all about managing and deploying business VPN services to a wide variety of remote systems including Microsoft Windows up to Windows 10. It also includes support for slick management tools, plus it’s easily deployed. The connectivity process is easy too. Some of the tools it offers include the Friendly Net Detection…
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How to Unlink Linked Devices in Signal Private Messenger

[ad_1] If you have been using Signal Private Messenger for a while, you might know that the messaging app is full of features. The signal is an instant messaging app that takes your privacy and security very seriously. Like every other instant messaging app for Android, Signal also allows you to operate the app from…
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FIX: DRIVER_CORRUPTED_EXPOOL error on Windows 10

[ad_1] It’s worth mentioning that almost any installed application can cause this error to appear, therefore be sure to remove any recently installed or updated applications. Few users reported that VirtualBox can cause these types of problems, so if you’re using this tool be sure to remove it or to update it. Another problem can…
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What Is a Burner Phone, and When Should You Use One?

[ad_1] Tacio Philip Sansonovski/Shutterstock.com A “burner phone” is a cheap, prepaid mobile phone that you can destroy or discard when you no longer need it. In popular media, criminals often use burner phones to evade detection by authorities. You might use a burner phone for privacy reasons, as a last resort, or during an emergency.…
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Omegle camera not working on Windows 10 [Easy Fix]

[ad_1] Many of those users have said Omegle displays this error message, Error with camera: Requested device not found. Why is my camera not working on Omegle? The Requested device not found error arises when the browser can’t detect your webcam. This can be due to other apps utilizing the camera or firewalls blocking access…
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How to Factory Reset Samsung Galaxy Tablet (2021)

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