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Month: March 2021

Do you need an antivirus for Windows 10? [we answer]

[ad_1] Once ESET NOD32 has been downloaded and installed, let it scan and he will do what he knows best: to clean your computer of viruses, worms, ransomware, spyware, and all types of malware. ESET NOD32 ESET NOD32 is your computer’s best ally as it will detect and remove any virus, malware, worms, ransomware and…
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FIX: Your browser does not support HTML5 video

[ad_1] The culprit behind this inconvenience is usually Adobe Flash Player. As the internet browsers often use Adobe Flash to run HTML5 videos, a check on the Flash Player’s activity is recommended. Here’s how one user described the issue on Microsoft Answers forum: When I try to play HTML5 videos in IE9, I get the…
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Microsoft concerned about 2021 Election Integrity Act

[ad_1] Source: Stephen Brashear/Getty Images for Microsoft Brad Smith, the President of Microsoft, has taken to the company blog to speak out about the Election Integrity Act (via The Verge). In a post entitled “Why we are concerned about Georgia’s new election law,” Smith opens with a few statements outlining how much business Microsoft does…
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Mobile Hotspot not working on Windows 10

[ad_1] Download and install DriverFix. Allow the tool to scan your PC for missing and out-of-date device drivers. Inspect the detailed report the tool will offer once scanning finishes. Choose the device driver you want to update. (You can also bulk update all outdated drivers.) DriverFix Save precious time and effort by safely updating all…
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Elon Musk hiring

[ad_1] Musk tweeted that he needs more employees, and he is giving $30 million to the community where SpaceX launches its prototype Mars rockets. Image: iStock/Andrei Stanescu If you’re an engineer, technician or builder and you’re ready to move to the Brownsville/South Padre, Texas area, Elon Musk has the job for you.  On Tuesday, Musk…
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Your beginners guide to Outriders and harnessing your powers

[ad_1] . Source: Square Enix Outriders from People Can Fly and Square Enix is finally out, offering players the chance to loot and shoot their way across an alien planet with guns and superpowers. The crux of this upcoming multiplayer shooter game isn’t difficult to understand, and while the tutorial can be a bit long…
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Fix: Operation did not complete successfully [Virus, PUP]

[ad_1] To fix this problem, it’s advised that you turn off Windows Defender completely. Before we show you how to do that, you need to be sure that the file you’re trying to run isn’t malicious. If you’re trying to run a file from a safe source, it’s most likely not infected. To turn off…
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5+ best software to create QR code on PC [Fresh List]

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Last update:April 1, 2021 QR codes are an efficient way to access a web link by scanning a code on the screen of your device. To create QR codes, you will need the help of QR code generator software. We’ve listed the best below, and they include Adobe InDesign,…
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Money laundering is a real issue in tech: Here’s what is being done to stop it

[ad_1] Technology shows us once that tech build for good people can be harnessed by bad actors. Experts talk about how criminals are operating, and what you can do about it. Image: iStock/Roland Magnusson As a system administrator for a financial company, I am often required to take compliance courses as part of my job…
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Here are all the radiator sizes the Corsair Obsidian 1000D supports

[ad_1] Best answer: The Corsair Obsidian 1000D supports up to four 480 mm radiators simultaneously. The default configuration is two 480 mm radiators at the front and one 420 mm radiator at the top. Best PC case money can buy: Corsair Obsidian 1000D $515 at Newegg Best Radiator for the Obsidian 1000D: Corsair Hydro X…
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Among Us not working on PC? Here’s how to fix it

[ad_1] In this article, let’s take a look at a few troubleshooting steps to help you fix the Among Us not working on PC issues. What can I do if Among Us is not working on PC? 1. Switch out of the game Press the Alt + Tab key on your keyboard. Select a different…
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Why you need marketing as much or more than engineering

[ad_1] Commentary: Engineers tend to think the best code will win. Unfortunately, that’s not true. Image: iStock/SeventyFour “I’m not that technical” is something I’ve said, by way of apology, many times over the course of my career. In an industry that celebrates engineering, it’s a way of pleading for a bit of mercy. After all,…
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All-electric Hyundai IONIQ 5 to serve as vehicle platform for next-gen robotaxi service with Lyft

[ad_1] Driverless technology company Motional will be using Hyundai’s all-electric, midsize crossover utility vehicle for its robotaxi service. Image: CNET/Hyundai This week, driverless technology company Motional announced that Hyundai’s IONIQ 5 will serve as the vehicle platform for its future robotaxi partnership with Lyft. Motional, which was created by Hyundai Motor Group and Aptiv, signed…
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Here are the best Corsair PC cases

[ad_1] Best Corsair PC Cases Windows Central 2021 Corsair has some pretty great PC components, and when it comes to PC cases, they’re often considered to be the best. A good PC case is tough to pick, especially given Corsair’s huge catalog of PC cases. While Corsair offers a ton of options for your own…
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How to unlock your iPhone with Apple Watch while wearing a face mask in iOS 14.5

[ad_1] Unlocking your iPhone while wearing a mask and using long passcodes requires patience. iOS 14.5 tries to fix this issue by allowing authentication via a paired Apple Watch, instead of Face ID. Image: CNET When 2020 started, I’m sure that no one pictured people everywhere needing to wear masks to protect others, but it’s…
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How to pick the right license for your open source project

[ad_1] Commentary: Artillery.io founder has good advice and strong opinions on the right way to license open source projects. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto, Artur It’s been decades, and we still can’t help but talk about open source licensing. RedMonk analyst Steven O’Grady is sick of writing about licensing, but we’re apparently not sick of reading about…
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5 key strategies to decide which projects to scrap or keep

[ad_1] Once time and resources have been committed to a specific project, it can become tough to determine whether to scrap it and shift plans. Here are strategies to help you choose. Image: lucadp, Getty Images/iStockphoto What may seem like the perfect project today can quickly change tomorrow; that’s been the case in many companies…
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CIOs at Cisco Live discuss the modern CIO and the changing work world

[ad_1] Today’s top IT executive is operating in a cloud-first, business-first world and is critical to the viability and success of the business, said CIOs during a roundtable Tuesday. Image: iStockphoto/milindri Agility and resilience have become key buzzwords for CIOs, who were seeing their role start to change even prior to the pandemic. COVID-19 brought…
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New Ericsson Open Lab will drive network virtualization technologies

[ad_1] Located in Ottawa, the new facility supports Ericsson’s global focus on innovating virtualized 5G radio access networks technologies. Ericsson’s new Open Lab in Ottawa Image: Ericsson Ericsson Open Lab, a virtual and physical space for “fast and interactive collaboration and co-creation with communications service providers and ecosystem partners,” was launched Wednesday, the company announced.…
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What best practices can ensure help desk chatbot success?

[ad_1] A good user experience is the key to reach the end goal: conversational AI success, according to a new report from Forrester. Image: iStockphoto/Zapp2Photo The concept of chatbots is heralded, and for good reason–it can create faster self-service features for customers and employees. Additionally, chatbots provide a sense of immediacy, modernity and customer-first. They’re…
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Sophia the humanoid is getting a robo sister named Joyce with an eye on computer vision capabilities

[ad_1] Robots have long been staples of science fiction. In recent years, humanoids have made a transformative leap from the pages of sci-fi pulp to the real world. Image: Immervision/Hanson Robotics Robots have long been staples of science fiction and pop culture. In recent years, humanoids have made a transformative leap from the pages of…
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Spotify Mixes use machine learning to find music that you’ll love

[ad_1] Source: Joe Maring / Windows Central A new feature from Spotify helps you find new music based on what you already love and listen to. They’re called Spotify Mixes, and they allow you to find new music based on genre, artists, and decade. They take inspiration from Spotify’s Daily Mix, but take it a…
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iOS 15: The top 3 features Apple should include

[ad_1] These are the power user features that we need to see if Apple reveals the next version of iOS at WWDC in June. Image: Apple, Inc. If the last 10 years are any indication, Apple will reveal the next version of its iOS operating system in June at its online-only WWDC. Currently, there aren’t…
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Fix LastPass Equivalent Domains Not Working – Technipages

[ad_1] LastPass has a very handy feature that allows users to add multiple websites from a single provider as equivalent domains. This means you can use a single username and password to access all those websites. For example, you can use your Google account to access Gmail, YouTube, or Google.com. Or you can use a…
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Linux Foundation to host fast-growing AsyncAPI Initiative

[ad_1] Linux Foundation seen as ideal forum for building sustainable community around the popular project. Image: iStock/deagreez The Linux Foundation announced Wednesday it will host the AsyncAPI Initiative. AsyncAPI is a specification and a suite of open source tools that work with asynchronous APIs and event-driven architectures. It is the fastest-growing API specification according to…
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Over half of CIOs plan to increase full-time IT staff to accelerate digital initiatives

[ad_1] The focus will be on staffing growth for automation, cloud platforms and support for remote work, a Gartner survey finds. Image: Gartner The accelerated pace of digital initiatives is a major driver for 55% of CIOs to increase their total number of full-time employees in IT this year, according to a recent survey from…
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How to use Google’s Password Checkup tool

[ad_1] Google offers a password checking service that will check all of your Chrome-saved passwords for weaknesses and against known breaches. Jack Wallen shows you how to use this tool. Getty Images/iStockphoto Passwords aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. You depend on them. You use them to log in to every service and most apps. Hopefully,…
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You have a few hours left to say a final farewell to Cortana on your phone

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Today is the last day that you can ask Cortana a question on iOS and Android — or use it at all on a smartphone. The Cortana app is going away entirely on these platforms. Even if you already have the app installed, it won’t be supported after…
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Here’s How to Disable Friend Suggestions On Facebook

[ad_1] Facebook is indeed a great social networking site to keep in touch with our friends and family members. The site allows you to exchange text messages, make voice & video calls, exchange files, and more. If you have been using Facebook for a while, you might know that the social networking site sends you…
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How to transfer iCloud Photo Library to Google Photos

[ad_1] If you’re wanting to back up your iCloud Photo Library, or move it to another service entirely, Apple makes the process of moving to Google Photos easier than ever with a new transfer utility. Image: CNET Apple has been constantly improving their iCloud Photo Library service ever since it launched back in iOS 8…
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Microsoft Teams will soon let you set time limits for breakout rooms

[ad_1] Microsoft Teams will soon support the option to set time limits for breakout rooms. The feature was spotted by Aggiornamenti Lumia and shared on Twitter earlier today. Breakout rooms within Teams are a handy feature for splitting off into groups. You can speak to everyone within a main meeting and then split off into…
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Backward compatible games are now being added to Xbox Cloud Gaming

[ad_1] The Xbox backward compatibility team has showed no signs of slowing down in recent months, and continues to expand the program in new and meaningful ways. Earlier this month, FPS Boost began to double or even quadruple the framerates of select backward compatible titles on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Today, Xbox…
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Facebook Privacy Settings 2021 – Ask Leo!

[ad_1] What they mean, and what you need to change. (Image: canva.com) You can and should be aware of and control your Facebook privacy settings. Often, your own actions impact your privacy the most. Oversharing on social media is perhaps the best example. Nowhere is it more common than on Facebook, where privacy settings are…
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You’ll soon be able to see timestamps within Edge’s tab search feature

[ad_1] Microsoft is testing an improvement to Microsoft Edge for the tab search experience. According to Windows Latest, the improvement is in limited testing at the moment. Chromium recently improved tab search functionality, so it’s not surprising to see the feature in the works for the Chromium-based Edge. Edge Canary recently added an experimental flag…
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3 best antivirus applications for Windows XP SP2

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Windows XP isn’t supported by Microsoft anymore, but there are still good Antivirus applications for Windows XP SP2. This guide will show you some of the best antivirus applications that still work on Windows XP. Some of these entries only have a legacy version for older versions of XP,…
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Electric vehicle charging company announces first open charging platform

[ad_1] EVPassport unveiled a tool that helps drivers find charger locations and click directly through to start a charging session without having to download an additional app or create a separate account. Image: iStock/rclassenlayouts An electric vehicle charging company has debuted the first open charging platform that will help address one of the industry’s thorniest…
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AT&T adds Maserati to long list of car brands with 4G LTE connectivity

[ad_1] The carrier dominates the in-vehicle market with dozens of car brands now offering AT&T wireless capabilities. Image: Maserati New Maserati owners can now turn their vehicles into Wi-Fi hotspots with AT&T 4G LTE connectivity, thanks to a partnership between AT&T and Maserati that was announced this week. AT&T has been the leader of connected…
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Halo: MCC Season 6 announced, launches April 7

[ad_1] 343 Industries has announced Season 6 of Halo: MCC, which is dubbed Raven. The season launches on April 7, 2021, and it will be completely free to enjoy. Additionally, the season will also be available on both the Xbox and PC versions of the game. In terms of what the season offers in terms…
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Immersive Reader is on its way to four more Microsoft apps and services

[ad_1] Microsoft’s Immersive Reader is a tool that helps improve reading comprehension. It’s built into several Microsoft products, and the list of supported apps and services is about to grow. Microsoft announced this week that PowerPoint, SharePoint, OneDrive, and MakeCode will all soon support Immersive Reader. Immersive Reader for PowerPoint has been a highly requested…
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Here are the best Fractal Design PC cases

[ad_1] Best Fractal Design PC Cases Windows Central 2021 If you’re building your own PC, one of the biggest decisions you have to make is picking the right PC case. Fractal Design makes some of the best PC cases out there, and you can find one for every type of build. However, Fractal Design offers…
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Zoom zips ahead of Google Meet, Microsoft Teams and Skype in one ranking

[ad_1] The pandemic made the enterprise wholly reliant on virtual meeting platforms, but new research reveals Zoom dominates the global online market share and ranks No. 1 in 44 countries. Image: EmailToolTester As soon as staff was sent to work from home at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, employee online calendars were filled with…
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Shadow IT is your organization’s next remote working nightmare

[ad_1] Employees are increasingly using their own devices and accounts to work from home – largely because it’s easier to do so. Yet this rise in ‘shadow IT’ puts corporate security at risk. Remote working remains a nightmare for IT teams Image: iStock/ cyano66 Remote working has introduced a cluster of headaches for organizational IT…
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How to stop Windows 10 from closing programs without warning

[ad_1] In this article, we take a look at a few troubleshooting steps to help you resolve the issue in Windows 10. What do I do if programs close immediately after opening? 1. Boot in Clean Boot mode Press the Windows key + R to open Run. Type msconfig.msc and click OK to open System…
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Microsoft Office 365 still the top target among phishing attacks

[ad_1] Most of the recent credential phishing attacks seen by Menlo Security served phony Outlook and Office 365 login pages. Image: iStockphoto/weerapatkiatdumrong Phishing attacks rely on exploiting popular brands, products and services in an attempt to trick anyone who uses those items. The more popular the subject, the better the odds of snagging enough people…
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5+ best tablet antivirus software [Android & iOS]

[ad_1] by Radu Tyrsina CEO & Founder Last update:March 31, 2021 With so much malware found online, the antivirus for tablet has become a necessary software. ESET and Avast are the top preferences for many users searching for the best antivirus for tablet. Another viable alternative to a strong antivirus program for tablet users is…
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Don’t give hackers a home run by using these baseball team names in your passwords

[ad_1] Cincinnati Reds fans: It’s especially time for you to rethink your team as a common part of your credentials. Artur Didyk, Getty Images/iStockphoto The start of Major League Baseball season is upon us, and password security firm Specops software is using the yearly milestone to remind people that easily guessed passwords like those containing…
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FIX: UFO VPN not working (6 tested solutions)

[ad_1] by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate UFO VPN is a VPN provider that offers both free and paid services to its customers. Some users have complained that UFO VPN sometimes stops working entirely. As you may know, a malfunctioning VPN can put your privacy and security at risk. Check out our guide…
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Tax refund phishing scam targets university students and staffers

[ad_1] The IRS is warning of a phishing scam that promises refund information but looks to capture Social Security numbers and other sensitive data. Image: designer491, Getty Images/iStockphoto With tax season in bloom, cybercriminals have launched a series of phishing attacks aimed at university students and employees eager to receive potential tax refunds. SEE: Identity theft…
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Here are the best mice you can buy, including the Logitech MX Master 3

[ad_1] It’s easy to buy a $10 mouse for your PC and call it a day, but you’d be doing an injustice that could hamper your experience. Spending on your mouse is a great way to make sure you get the most out of Windows 10, which is why we’ve rounded up all the absolute…
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25-year Microsoft veteran Gavriella Schuster is passing the torch

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Updated March 31, 2021: This post has been updated to state that Schuster is moving on from her current role and will evaluate her next steps. Gavriella Schuster, Microsoft corporate vice president of commercial partner, will move away from her current role after 25 years with Microsoft. Schuster…
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10 Best Software Download Sites For Windows 10 [2021 Edition]

[ad_1] The internet is full of fake websites, hacking materials, spam, etc., and downloading anything from those websites can be dangerous. You can end up having virus influence on your device due to downloading files from malicious websites or links. Many other things like this can happen, and you can remain unaware until it operates…
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These are all the many ways to open Command Prompt on Windows 10

[ad_1] On Windows 10, Command Prompt has been available for a long time, and it is an essential tool that allows anyone to execute commands to change system settings, run non-graphical tools (such as netsh, diskpart, netstat, powercfg, dism, sfc, chcksk, etc.), troubleshoot problems, and automate tasks on their desktop computer or laptop. Although opening…
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Bitdefender Box 2: SecuredWi-Fi connectivity [Review]

[ad_1] Bitdefender BOX 2 adds support for dual gigabit Ethernet, enhances Wi-Fi power, and uses advanced machine learning algorithms combined with intrusion and prevention systems to quickly detect threats and nip attacks in the bud. This Wi-Fi security solution combines hardware, cloud, and software to protect all IoT devices, including those that have absolutely no…
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Everything that rolled out to Microsoft Teams in February and March 2021

[ad_1] Source: Dan Thorp-Lancaster / Windows Central Microsoft Teams gained a long list of features throughout February and March. We’ve covered many of the features as they’ve rolled out and been announced, but Microsoft also has a convenient roundup summarizing all of the new features. Some of these features are still in preview, but quite…
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Low-code app development: How Microsoft’s Power Fx language is evolving

[ad_1] Microsoft is separating its low-code programming tools from Power Apps. What does that mean for you and for your apps? Image: Microsoft Microsoft is no newcomer to the world of low- and no-code development. Its long history goes back to Excel’s formulae (now getting an upgrade into a full-blown programming language in their own right) and…
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Destiny 2 VPN ban: What is it and how to avoid it

[ad_1] by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Destiny 2 is an awesome online free-to-play game enjoyed by numerous players worldwide. Some players believe that playing Destiny 2 from behind a VPN connection will get them banned. Although VPNs can increase other players’ ping, they’re not enough to justify a ban. Check out our…
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How to get Dungeon Siege 2 to work on Windows 10

[ad_1] In this article we will explore how you can fix the Dungeon Siege 2 to work on Windows 10, with just a few simple steps, so make sure to keep on reading. How can I run Dungeon Siege 2 on Windows 10? 1. Keep your drivers up to date If a driver is outdated…
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5+ best antiviruses with the highest detection rate

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Last update:March 31, 2021 In order to take a step up in securing your PC, choose the best antivirus with high detection rates. A free awarded solution with VPN included is one of the best choices to stay safe while online. AI-powered antivirus, ESET can detect and block almost…
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45 Best Android Multiplayer Games 2021

[ad_1] Download best multiplayer games for Android 2021 from this article free of charge. Playing a mobile game is fun as a pastime, but it can also become challenging and competitive if it comes to challenges against other real players. These other players can be your friends, family members or just a random person from…
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How to Add Amazon Ads to Your WordPress Site (3 Methods)

[ad_1] Do you want to add Amazon ads to your WordPress site? Amazon ads can be a great way to make money online. Plus, they have a faster and simpler approval process compared to other ad networks. In this article, we’ll show you how to add Amazon ads to your WordPress site, step by step.…
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5+ best artificial intelligence antiviruses for Windows 10

[ad_1] by Ivan Jenic Troubleshooting Expert Last update:March 31, 2021 With cybercrime at the highest rates, you will need an AI-powered antivirus to protect your PC. With multi-layered technologies that prevent malware infection, ESET is a great choice.  Even freeware apps, such as Avira and Avast, use machine learning to secure your computer against upcoming…
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FIX: Intel Graphics Control Panel not opening [Full Guide]

[ad_1] Luckily for you, there’s a way to fix this problem, and in this article we’re going to show you a couple of simple methods that you can use. How can I fix the Intel Graphics Control Panel not opening? 1. Update your Intel GPU’s driver First, try updating your Intel GPU’s driver after uninstalling…
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10 Best Free Android Spy Apps in 2021 [Latest Apps]

[ad_1] Well, if we look around, we will find that Android is right now the most used mobile operating system. Android provides users with far more features and customization options than any other mobile operating system. Not just customizations, but the app availability is also relatively high on Android mobile OS. Just take a brief…
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83% of businesses have experienced firmware attacks recently

[ad_1] Firms do invest in monitoring network vulnerabilities and scanning techniques; but one of the reasons for the alarming mentioned numbers would be that firmware is more difficult to monitor, Microsoft says. Why are firmware attacks more appealing for hackers? In terms of effort, attacks on software are easier to finalize. However, hackers prefer targeting…
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5+ best anti-data mining software to keep hackers at bay

[ad_1] Another best anti-data mining tool on the market, Dr.Web KATANA shields vulnerabilities that expose your computer to data mining. Dr. Web was founded by Igor Daniloff in 1992, in Russia. This software is efficient in neutralizing remote-controlled malware used for data mining. Also, Dr.Web is linked to a cloud facility that acquires information about…
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FIX: Windows Defender full/offline scan issues on Windows 10

[ad_1] While Windows Defender is a good and free tool, there are other more reliable antivirus software that come with enhanced features. On that note, we recommend using ESET Internet Security as a very affordable, lightweight and efficient solution. Surely you’ve heard of ESET, since they are a long-established brand in the online security industry,…
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Taskbar turned white in Windows 10 [FIXED BY EXPERTS]

[ad_1] Sometimes when Windows 10 updates the system files, some settings might get scrambled up a bit. Even though this issue is strictly a visual one, users were not happy that this happened. Some of them even said that they stopped installing Windows 10 updates to avoid any other changes. This issue doesn’t affect the…
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World’s Biggest Video Game Cheating Ring Provider Busted by Chinese Police

[ad_1] Do you know about cheat codes used in video games? I am sure many of you might have used it, but it is not good as you do cheating in the game. No one likes cheaters, if you have been receiving some cheat codes then you should know that the “World’s biggest” videogame cheat…
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How to Save Snapchat Stories on Android in 2021

[ad_1] There are almost hundreds of photo and video sharing apps available for Android. However, Snapchat seems to be the best one out of all those. Snapchat is a platform mainly used to share photos, videos, text, and drawings. The app is known for its unique photo and video filters that transform your snaps in…
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FIX: SYSTEM LICENSE VIOLATION error in Windows 10

[ad_1] BSoDs can be scary, but there are ways to tackle then, and today we’re going to show you how to fix the SYSTEM LICENSE VIOLATION error. How can I fix SYSTEM_LICENSE_VIOLATION BSoD error? Use a third-party BSoD fixer Check the hard drive Install a Windows optimizer Run the BSOD Troubleshooter Update Windows 10 and…
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FIX: Antivirus blocking exe files [Exclusion Guide]

[ad_1] Below, we explained how to resolve this problem in a few simple steps. So make sure to check the list below and find the way to prevent your antivirus from blocking or deleting the EXE files you find harmless. How can I unblock the EXE files blocked by my antivirus? Avast ESET Avira Bitdefender…
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FIX: The presentation cannot be opened [Antivirus error]

[ad_1] In the Protection section there are a Quick Scan and Vulnerability Scan options. The Quick Scan option will perform a brief scan of your system and find any potential threats. As for Vulnerability Scan, it can scan your system and check if you have critical Windows updates installed. In addition, it will also check if your…
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FIX: Antivirus is blocking Internet or Wi-Fi network

[ad_1] How to unblock the Internet/Wi-Fi access blocked by a third-party antivirus? Check the connection Check firewall exceptions Reset the antivirus to default settings Reinstall the antivirus Disable the antivirus 1: Check the connection Firstly, let’s eliminate other possible causes for this occurrence. There are so many various reasons why your PC is unable to…
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FIX: Omegle error connecting to server (6 tested solutions)

[ad_1] by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Last update:March 31, 2021 If you’re a long-time Omegle user, you might be familiar with the Omegle error connecting to server issue. The server connection error might be triggered by several things, but we can teach you how to fix the issue in each case. Learn…
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These new e-bikes are built for business pros on the go

[ad_1] On Tuesday, manufacturer Gocycle announced a series of lightweight, foldable electric bikes with ample range, a built-in USB port for device refreshes and a paired app to boot. Image: Gocycle Amid COVID-19-related restrictions, people set their sights on the open road and bike sales boomed leading to stateside shortages. From 2019 through 2020, bike…
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New push notification types arrive on GitHub Mobile

[ad_1] GitHub Mobile, an app that lets you manage your coding projects while on the go, now supports additional push notification options. Announced today by GitHub on Twitter, additional push notification types are chief among the things that users asked for and are now receiving. The notifications you can now send include: Direct Mentions Assigned…
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Ryzen CPUs appear in leaked Alienware m15 spec sheets

[ad_1] Source: Rich Edmonds / Windows Central Alienware m15 gaming laptops have been known to rely on 10th-gen Intel CPUs. However, according to a purported leak from Rogame on Twitter (via Tom’s Guide), it seems those days are over. If the leak turns out to be true, it looks like new m15 models are on…
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What is cyber risk quantification, and why is it important?

[ad_1] One way to get C-level managers and cybersecurity department heads on the same page is to employ cyber risk quantification, as it speaks to costs versus risks. Image: iStockphoto/anyaberkut It’s a reasonably safe bet cyber incidents will be more of the same in 2021. However, there is something different blowing in the cyber wind…
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Coding for robots: Need-to-know languages and skills

[ad_1] KODA advising CTO John Suit discusses the skills and languages that are important for developers who want to build software and systems for modern robots. Robots come in all shapes and sizes, but typically, they’re autonomous devices that operate on their own to help us complete a task. If you’re a developer looking to…
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SolarWinds attack makes us distrust the software we buy

[ad_1] Security expert says because we can’t inspect the inner workings of the software we buy, we’re at the mercy of software companies’ security practices. TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Manish Gupta, founder and CEO of ShiftLeft, a code analysis software company, about the SolarWinds attack and its effect on cybersecurity. The following is an…
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The latest Grounded content update is now available with a Photo Mode

[ad_1] Source: Obsidian Entertainment Grounded is continuing its steady march to a full release by dropping the Grounded 0.8.0 March Content Update today. Players in Grounded’s early access can enjoy a brand-new content update that brings a ton of bug fixes, general improvements, balancing tweaks, and a handful of new features to enjoy. Chief amongst…
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Employee engagement is up, but CXOs still don’t act on staff feedback

[ad_1] Qualtrics president says the new hybrid model of work will change the way people work and collaborate. TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Brad Anderson, president of products and services at Qualtrics, about how CIOs can help employee satisfaction and engagement in the new hybrid working model. The following is an edited transcript of their…
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How phishing attacks evade traditional security defenses

[ad_1] Two of three phishing pages analyzed by Armorblox were hosted on legitimate services to try to sneak past the usual security protection. Image: weerapatkiatdumrong, Getty Images/iStockphoto Successful phishing campaigns not only have to convince users of their legitimacy but must find ways to dodge security measures that would ordinarily flag them as suspicious. A…
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Pay tribute to Sabine Schmitz with a new event in Forza Motorsport 7

[ad_1] Source: Forza Motorsport | Twitter Today, Forza Motorsport 7 lovingly pays tribute to an absolute legend behind the wheel, Sabine Schmitz. Known as the Queen of the Nürburgring by car fanatics, Sabine Schmitz was the first woman to win the infamous 24 Hours Race at the Nürburgring, made regular appearances on Top Gear, and…
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Apple’s WWDC will run virtually June 7-11

[ad_1] WWDC21 is expected to showcase updates to various operating systems with rumors swirling as usual about new hardware. Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off online beginning June 7. Image: Apple Apple announced on Tuesday that it would hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference June 7-11, again in an all-online format due to the COVID…
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Firefox Mobile Collections is the best mobile bookmarking system on the market

[ad_1] Jack Wallen shows you how to use the new Firefox mobile bookmark system, one that might have you switching to the open source browser as your default. Image: Mozilla For the longest time, I never bothered with bookmarks on mobile browsers; most mobile browsers did a pretty poor job of presenting bookmarks for users.…
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4 steps to take when implementing an IoT stack for integration

[ad_1] Using an IoT stack can help your Internet of Things hardware work together smoothly. But there are things to consider before adoption. Image: iStockphoto/ipopba Choosing the right Internet of Things stack can be an effective way to implement IoT in an organization if the stack can not only integrate IoT communications and data flows,…
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CyberPanel makes one-click installing of web-hosted apps and services simple

[ad_1] If you’re looking for a replacement for cPanel, CyberPanel might be exactly what you need. Jack Wallen shows you how easy this tool is to deploy. Image: iStockphoto/monstArrr_ If you offer a service that hosts websites and services for clients, you know how important it is to be able to roll those out quickly.…
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You can now add a video profile to your LinkedIn page

[ad_1] Microsoft’s LinkedIn announced several new features that make it easier to build up your following on the platform. The social networking platform is rolling out an option to create a video cover story, a new creator mode, and a new feature to help promote LinkedIn Live broadcasters. LinkedIn outlines the improvements in a new…
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2 Best Ways to Get Custom Cursor for Chrome On Desktop

[ad_1] Let’s admit; Windows 10 is right now the most used desktop operating system. The desktop OS not only provides you endless sets of features, but it also offers lots of customization options. On Windows 10, you can change desktop wallpapers, apply different themes, apply video wallpapers, change the cursor style, change icons, etc. Since…
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April’s Games with Gold include Vikings: Wolves of Midgard and more

[ad_1] April is almost here, and Xbox is starting off the month by revealing the Xbox Games with Gold for April. Xbox Games with Gold is a revolving collection of four free games that subscribers can redeem every single month. This month’s selection closely mirrors previous months for Xbox Games with Gold, with the four…
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Akamai edge computing roundtable: Experts weigh in on emerging edge trends

[ad_1] The retail industry, in particular, was forced to make a swift shift in the wake of the pandemic. A recent roundtable event hosted by Akamai revealed the drastic impact COVID-19 had on the internet. Image: iStock/Prostock-Studio A discussion of insights on the effect of the pandemic on the internet was the primary topic at…
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More ‘premium’ Xbox accessories on the way under new ‘Xbox Limited Series’

[ad_1] Bang & Olufsen recently unveiled its new Beoplay Portal headphones, a high-end gaming headset designed in collaboration with Microsoft, targeting Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One consoles. The device, packing leading audio tech and luxury materials, looks to deliver a best-in-class experience, but with a hefty $499 price tag to match. That investment is…
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Tech projects for IT leaders: How to use IoT for home automation

[ad_1] Home automation presents a fun way to experiment with these emerging technologies using the Internet of Things. It also makes your home life easier. Image: iStock/AndreyPopov I became fascinated with home automation when I saw a TV show several decades ago with a much younger Bill Gates in which he commanded his home to…
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New Teams tagging options will make it easy to ping groups of people

[ad_1] Updated March 30, 2021: This piece has been updated to reflect that the new feature allows app developers to programmatically manage tags through integrations. Microsoft Teams will soon make it easy to ping a specific group of people within a channel. An upcoming feature allows app developers to programmatically assign users to tags within…
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10 tips to protect your organization and remote endpoints against cyberthreats

[ad_1] While you need endpoint protection to secure your remote workers, you must still guard all your network services at the office and in the cloud, says WatchGuard Technologies. Image: iStock/sdecoret Last year’s abrupt transition to working from home shifted certain security objectives in order to protect all the new remote endpoints. And certainly, workers…
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Two ways to quickly delete paragraphs in Microsoft Word

[ad_1] You can delete multiple paragraphs in Word by relying on a style—a benefit that you might not have considered. Illustration: Lisa Hornung, Getty Images/iStockPhoto Making the same change to related data in Microsoft Word is common. You might want to add formatting to a specific word or phrase. Perhaps you want to change the…
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New LinkedIn Profile tools aim to help members and job seekers stand out

[ad_1] The features are designed to help users create a more expressive and inclusive profile, the company said. Image: LinkedIn LinkedIn has launched new Profile features “to help our members better represent themselves in a more authentic way and share their career goals and aspirations,” the company said. SEE: Job trend analysis marks growth of data…
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Top 5 things to know about multi-factor authentication

[ad_1] MFA can help make your organization more secure. Tom Merritt lists five things you need to know about multi-factor authentication. You need to know about multi-factor authentication (MFA), or as a lot of other folks call it two-factor authentication. Whether it’s two or more, multiple factors of authentication make you more secure. What are…
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Xbox Beta Insiders don’t need Xbox Live Gold for free-to-play games anymore

[ad_1] Microsoft appears to be working through its testing for free-to-play games not requiring a subscription rather quickly. Just last week, Microsoft started testing the ability to play free-to-play multiplayer games without an Xbox Live Gold subscription with Alpha and Alpha Skip-Ahead Insiders. Now, the same ability is available for Xbox Beta Insiders. Without the…
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