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Day: March 1, 2021

Top 5 things to know about hybrid cloud

[ad_1] Hybrid cloud is gaining popularity, but there are still important factors to consider before implementing it in your organization. Tom Merritt lists five things to know about hybrid cloud. Hybrid cloud has become crucial these days with more people working from home. It’s the combination of services from public cloud providers with private hardware.…
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How edge computing can help save the environment

[ad_1] One expert says caching content at the edge and closer to its users prevents more carbon emissions. TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Mike Mattera, director of corporate sustainability for Akamai Technologies, about the benefits of edge computing. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation. Karen Roby: In a nutshell, why is edge…
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How to improve PC performance in Valheim

[ad_1] Source: Nick Sutrich / Windows Central While Valheim has sold millions of copies in record time, the game is still very much an Early Access title. That means there are plenty of Valheim bugs that you’ll come across in your travels, even if most of them aren’t game-breaking. One that’s most annoying, however, is…
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Fix Microsoft Teams Couldn’t Save Your Tab Settings – Technipages

[ad_1] Microsoft Teams tabs are useful productivity tools that allow users to quickly access multiple services. Tabs are very versatile and can be anything from apps, files, and Wiki tabs to dedicated Microsoft Stream channels where you publish various videos. Adding a new tab to your existing team channel may not always work. When this…
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How to keep Mac hard drives tidy with the GrandPerspective app

[ad_1] If you require free space on a Mac, but you’re having trouble deciding what to delete, the GrandPerspective app can identify long-unused files for less than the cost of a large latte. Erik Eckel Contemporary Mac SSD drives often feature less storage than did their mechanical predecessors. Although cloud-computing and iCloud adoption rates have…
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Need to know your PC’s specs? Here are four easy ways to find ’em.

[ad_1] On Windows 10, the ability to view a computer’s specs can come in handy in many situations. For example, it can be useful to determine if the device meets the minimum requirements to install a piece of software. If the computer is not working, and you have to troubleshoot a problem. Or, if you…
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Apple has now officially reopened all its stores in the US

[ad_1] Following last year’s closures due to the coronavirus pandemic, all 271 Apple Stores are open again in one form or another. For the first time in almost a year, all of Apple’s retail stores in the United States are open for business. SEE: Apple products favored by 84% in the enterprise (TechRepublic Premium) With…
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How to make signing up for a COVID-19 vaccine less of a headache

[ad_1] Confusing websites and wait times of up to 60,000 minutes sabotage user confidence and slow down progress toward herd immunity. Texas has 79 vaccine hubs but most sites don’t have enough shots to meet the demand. Red dots indicate no availability and blue dots mean a first dose is available.  Image: TechRepublic The COVID-19…
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From Wrist Watches To Smartwatches: What’s Oraimo Tempo-S Like? – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

[ad_1] I had been contemplating a switch from old school wrist watches to smartwatches in recent times. I finally made the decision to kick-start the process and this Oraimo Tempo-S water-proof smartwatch review details the first leg. For a long time, I stayed away from wearables, and with good reasons too. The first generation from…
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Need for Speed developer Criterion is now supporting the next Battlefield

[ad_1] In a statement given to Polygon, Electronic Arts Chief Studios Officer Laura Miele said that due to a variety of factors such as the pandemic affecting development and the finalized acquisition of Codemasters, the decision was made to push the next Need for Speed game back to 2022, while developer Criterion Games is now…
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Teams now supports the Touch Bar during calls and meetings

[ad_1] Back in December, we reported that Touch Bar support was on the way for Microsoft Teams. Now, the feature has rolled out and is generally available. The feature allows you to control various aspects of Microsoft Teams without having to use your mouse or keyboard. A Microsoft UserVoice forum post confirms that Touch Bar…
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10 Best Fashion Dress Up Games For Free (Android & iOS)

[ad_1] If you have kids, or siblings that are girls, this post concerning the 10 best free fashion dress up games for Android and iOS phones will help you make a good choice of the most entertaining girls games for mobile devices. The fashion game for girls is also a make up game, it allows…
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GroupMe may finally get video and voice calls to compete with WhatsApp

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino/Windows Central Microsoft’s GroupMe messaging app, bought by Skype and then by Microsoft in 2011, has always been an odd duck. The app is surprisingly popular on US college campuses for class projects and it is a fun and funky messenger app. But a recent survey of its users suggests the developers…
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The COVID-19 gender gap: How the crisis has created a new avenue for entrepreneurs

[ad_1] The global pandemic has added pressure on the global economy as well as the careers of many working women. But it may also have a silver lining: Persuading them to become their own bosses. ALife/iStockphoto Women and Work, part 2 of a 4-part series. In 2020, Charlene Walters, a single mom with two kids,…
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Images of the AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT leak online

[ad_1] Images recently emerged of what appears to be the Radeon RX 6700 XT GPU. Videocardz shared two images of what it states are models of the GPU from ASUS. The shared images show off the DUAL and TUF models from ASUS. The expected announcement of the RX 6700 XT is still a couple of…
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VR Oculus Quest 2: What Is Oculus Link? – Technipages

[ad_1] The Oculus Quest 2 is an incredibly versatile device – there are tons of different ways you can play games and use programs on the device… and one of the most useful ways is the Oculus Link. It allows you to connect your computer to your headset. One of the limitations that the Quest…
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Hey Sony, it’s time for Bloodborne to come to PC

[ad_1] Recently, PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan confirmed that Days Gone and other PlayStation exclusives will be coming to PC in the near future. As you might expect, this lit up the PC gaming community with excitement, with many expressing interest in the games that may be coming soon. Many are hoping for the arrival of…
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The best mobile browser you should be using right now (it’s not what you think)

[ad_1] After weeks of testing mobile browsers, Jack Wallen has finally concluded which of those apps is the best of the best. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto Everyone has reached a point where it’s simply not possible to function in our day-to-day tasks without a web browser. This is so whether you’re at your desk or on…
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Dropbox: How to Disable Emails Warning You That You’re Running out of Space – Technipages

[ad_1] The two gigabytes of space that free tier Dropbox accounts get can seem like plenty of space if you’re just uploading a few documents. You can feel like you’ll never come close to using it all. This can quickly change if you decide to start uploading images or videos to your Dropbox account, though.…
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Fix Teams: There Was a Glitch and We’re Recovering – Technipages

[ad_1] Microsoft Teams may sometimes get stuck in a crash and launch loop. When this issue occurs, the app usually throws an error that says: “There was a glitch, and we’re recovering.” Teams simply hangs for 10 or 15 seconds, then recovers for a few seconds to hang again later. This process repeats itself three…
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Google Workspace just got a bunch of new updates

[ad_1] Google Workspace is getting new features to help you work from home smarter. Plus, new tools allowing frontline workers to access important information on the go. New features are coming to Google Workspace, including a brand-new offering aimed at frontline workers. Image: Google Google is rolling out new capabilities to Google Workspace designed to…
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How to Hide & Unhide Desktop Icons On Windows 10

[ad_1] Whenever we install a new program/game on Windows 10, the operating system automatically creates and places a desktop shortcut. The Desktop shortcut or desktop icon allows you to access the program quickly. However, there are times when we want to hide some app icons from our desktop. If others use your computer, you wouldn’t…
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Teams could be moving away from Electron for its desktop app

[ad_1] Screenshots and information about a new version of Microsoft Teams popped up over the weekend (via OnMSFT). The first details came from well-known leaker WalkingCat, who shared a link to Teams Alpha. To use that version of Teams, you need an internal Microsoft account, so you can’t just download and test it. That being…
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Codecademy partners with Black and Brilliant for 10-week AI course

[ad_1] The two organizations are hoping to increase diversity within the artificial intelligence field and prevent AI bias. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto More about artificial intelligence Black and Brilliant, an advocacy network founded in 2020 by Tony Effik, is working with Codecademy to create a free 10-week accelerated course in Applied Artificial Intelligence to commemorate Black…
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How Do I Send Free Anonymous Email? – Ask Leo!

[ad_1] Hiding your identity is possible but can be complicated. (Image: canva.com) Sending anonymous email ranges from easy to complex, depending on the likelihood of someone going the extra mile to identify you. I want to send email to a person I’m talking to on a dating service, but I don’t want them to be…
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How to fix apt’s “the following packages have been kept back” issue

[ad_1] Jack Wallen shows you how to get around an apt issue that, if handled incorrectly, could cause you problems down the road. Image: Pixabay Have you ever run sudo apt-get upgrade, only to be told there are packages that will be kept back? What this warning means is that the dependencies have changed on…
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Why what you watch can make you a target for cybercriminals

[ad_1] Resist the lure of catching up with award nominees by trolling for free views. Free, when offered by bad actors, could end up costing you much more than it would for a one-time rental. Din Djarin and The Child, “The Mandalorian” Image: Disney Plus Free, more often than not, comes with strings. When it…
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Research: How businesses get remote working right

[ad_1] Ninety-six percent of respondents said their company either very successfully or successfully executed its remote work approach, according to a recent TechRepublic Premium poll. Image: iStockphoto/tzido Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, working remotely has become the new normal for many professionals. The workplace has shifted from open floor plans to kitchen tables; video calls…
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10 Best web browsers to use on Linux

[ad_1] This web browser is known to be one of the fastest out there that’s why it is a good contender for the best browser for Kali Linux. Konqueror has a file management feature named Dolphin that offers version-control, service menus and basic UI. The browser uses KHTML or KDEWebKit as rendering engines for web-surfing.…
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SOS Click lets you save Office documents in 8 places with a single click

[ad_1] Microsoft Office allows you to easily save files to different locations, but saving to multiple locations can take up time. If you need to save files to a couple of cloud services, or if you want to save files to the cloud, your PC, and a flash drive, you could end up clicking around…
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How to manage the security challenges triggered by remote work

[ad_1] Remote employees have engaged in certain risky behaviors, such as storing sensitive data, using inappropriate admin access and failing to update software, says Tanium. Image: iStock/simpson33 The coronavirus pandemic forced organizations to quickly and unexpectedly shift employees to a remote working environment. Though many IT teams have handled the transition as effectively as possible,…
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VPN is not working on your tablet? Here are 7 quick fixes

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Last update:March 1, 2021 Like any other device used to go online, tablets can jeopardize your privacy. That’s precisely why using a trustworthy VPN service is paramount. Nevertheless, some VPN clients are not optimized for tablets and may not work. Check out our comprehensive, yet easy-to-follow guide and learn…
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A few seconds of leaked Elden Ring gameplay have appeared online

[ad_1] First announced at the Xbox E3 2019 showcase, it’s pretty safe to say that Elden Ring is one of the most mysterious, most hyped upcoming games, especially for hardcore audiences. Developed by FromSoftware and published by Bandai Namco, with a world and lore created in partnership with author George. R. R. Martin, this game…
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Quntis Screenbar Laptop Lamp review: Keep your keys illuminated

[ad_1] One of the most annoying issues you can run into while using your laptop is dim environment lighting or nighttime darkness. Not having good lighting makes using your keyboard very difficult, and while the backlit keys found on the best Windows laptops help solve this problem, not every device has the feature. Additionally, it…
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JBL Go 3 vs Bose SoundlLink Micro: Which Speaker Should You Buy

[ad_1] When it comes to the popularity of pocket-sized Bluetooth speakers, the Bose SoundlLink Micro is perhaps one of the most popular speakers. This one is known both for its durability as well as its loudness. So whether you are a hiker or a party-enthusiast, the odds are that the SoundlLink Micro will serve your…
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FIX: VPN not working with Google Chrome

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert Last update:March 1, 2021 Google Chrome is probably the most popular browser on the globe today. Using a VPN can easily improve your Chrome web browsing experience. However, sometimes the VPN may refuse to work with Google Chrome. If your VPN doesn’t get along with Chrome, then our guide…
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The Surface Laptop 3 is up to $400 off from Microsoft

[ad_1] The Surface Laptop 3 is a traditional clamshell laptop with the premium design and finish people have come to expect from Microsoft’s Surface family. The laptop is available in a range of colors, and right now, you can grab it for up to $400 off through the Microsoft Store. Best Laptop Surface Laptop 3…
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Fix: VPN not working after Windows 10 update

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert Last update:March 1, 2021 Usually, VPNs and Windows 10 running devices pair up smoothly. However, it seems that updates can throw this collaboration off the track. If your VPN went south after installing the latest Windows 10 updates, you need to take action. Check out our guide and learn…
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Edge Canary now lets you resize the vertical tabs panel

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft Edge Canary now lets you resize the vertical tabs panel. The update appears to have rolled out in version 90.0.810.0. Reddit user Leopeva64-2 shared a GIF of the feature in action on Reddit over the weekend. The feature works whether you have the vertical tab pan pinned…
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The Google Pixel Recorder App Can Now Back Up Audio to the Cloud for Sharing

[ad_1] Google Google likes to add new and exclusive features to Pixel phones, and the latest feature drop just arrived. Now, Pixel phones can backup audio recording to a new site that adds transcription and sharing features. If you have the Kraken Sports’ underwater case, you can use Pixel’s excellent camera for your underwater photos. And…
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How to Change Background in Google Meet on Mobile and PC

[ad_1] Earlier, you either needed the Snap Camera or a third-party extension to use virtual backgrounds in Google Meet. Fortunately, that has changed now. Google Meet supports using custom backgrounds along with the ability to blur the background as well. How w change the background in Google Meet on Android, iPhone, iPad, and computer? Find…
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Fix: VPN not working with Spotify

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert Last update:March 1, 2021 If you enjoy custom playlists and quality tracks, you should be no stranger to Spotify. It’s worth mentioning that a VPN can improve your Spotify experience by a great deal. However, using Spotify on multiple devices can sometimes create issues with your VPN. Check out our…
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The best cheap gaming desk deals for 2021

[ad_1] I believe the two most underrated parts of the home computer setup are the desk and the chair. These two tools are essential to an argonomic setup. Having the right ones in place can save you from back pain, wrist pain, and plenty of other health-related ailments that can crop up when you do…
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Farm these chests in the Outriders demo for maximum loot drops

[ad_1] Source: Square Enix Folks playing the Outriders demo have a golden opportunity to get their character(s) into a really strong position before the final game launches on April 1. The demo, unlike most betas, allows players to take their progress on the same platform into the full game, which means it’s worth farming as…
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How to remove date stamp from photo [Windows, Mac, Android]

[ad_1] How do I remove the date stamp from the photo? 1. How to remove date stamp from photo using Photoshop Open your photo in Adobe Photoshop. From the left side panel, select Clone Stamp Tool. Right-click on the picture and set the brush size and hardness to meet your requirements. Place the cursor around…
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3 best VPNs to host game servers safely

[ad_1] by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Hosting a game server while staying connected to a VPN can be challenging. A VPN should overcome certain obstacles to become a host for gaming servers. There are many perks of hosting your own game server, such as having full control. If you want to find…
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Select Samsung PCs can now send and receive text messages

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Owners of select Samsung PCs running Windows 10 have a new feature that makes it easier to stay in touch with people. An app called “Samsung Messaging” was recently spotted in the Microsoft Store that allows you to send and receive SMS text messages from your PC. The…
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How to add a Reolink camera to your ASUSTOR NAS

[ad_1] Source: Rich Edmonds / Windows Central ASUSTOR makes some of the best NAS for home and the company’s enclosures are also on the best NAS for home surveillance. Adding a Reolink security camera to an ASUSTOR NAS enclosure is a simple process that takes but a few minutes. How to connect a Reolink camera…
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‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Will Beam to Paramount+ Before Nickelodeon

[ad_1] ViacomCBS Last summer, we told you about an upcoming animated Star Trek: Prodigy show designed for kids. Later we found out Kate Mulgrew would reprise her role as Kathryn Janeway, guiding a lost set of misfits trapped on an abandoned Star Fleet ship. But while the show was supposed to debut on Nickelodeon, that just changed. Now…
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“Deep Nostalgia” AI Animates Your Old Family Portraits, ‘Harry Potter’ Style

[ad_1] MyHeritage If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is a movie worth? To help people connect with their old family photos, genealogy service MyHeritage now hosts a Deep Nostalgia AI tool that turns old portraits into short animations. Unlike complicated deepfake software, Deep Nostalgia is extremely easy to use. Just sign up…
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AVG VPN for Netflix: Does it work? How do I unblock Netflix?

[ad_1] by Elena Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate AVG VPN has dedicated streaming servers to unblock Netflix and others. However, you may notice that sometimes AVG VPN doesn’t work with Netflix. Unfortunately, not all VPNs are capable of unblocking Netflix in your location. If you’re looking for ways to unblock Netflix using a VPN,…
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Windows on Arm: This is how well 64-bit emulation is working

[ad_1] 64-bit apps on Windows on Arm are a work in progress: some are native, many work well with the new 64-bit emulation, but others will have to wait for more support in insider builds of Windows. The 13-inch Surface Pro X runs Windows 10 on Microsoft’s ARM-based SQ1 processor, which was co-developed with Qualcomm.…
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5 Best PDF password remover software [Unlocker]

[ad_1] by Loredana Harsana Managing Editor Need to remove a password from a PDF file? You can do so with PDF password remover software. There are many applications that can remove PDF password, but we recommend one of the Wondershare applications. Removing a PDF password is a breeze, and it can be done in a…
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Walmart’s 2-Hour Delivery No Longer Requires a $35 Minimum

[ad_1] Jonathan Weiss/Shutterstock.com Forget an ingredient for your dinner recipe but don’t feel like going to the store? Walmart just announced that its Express delivery option no longer requires a $35 minimum in order for users to qualify for a smaller delivery order. The move now makes Walmart a stronger competitor against Amazon’s Prime Now…
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How to watch Star Trek: Discovery on Netflix with VPN

[ad_1] by Elena Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Unfortunately, Star Trek: Discovery isn’t available on Netflix US and Canada. However, you can watch it from anywhere with a trustworthy VPN. On the other hand, not all VPNs are experts at hiding your true location. If you’re looking for a reliable VPN to watch Star…
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Some SmartThings Smart Home Hubs Will Stop Working on June 30, 2021

[ad_1] Samsung Some smart home hubs, like SmartThings, use the cloud to enhance their capabilities. That lets them do more on weaker hardware, but the hub loses some or all of its functionality if the cloud stops working. Samsung plans to wind down its older SmartThings hardware and hubs from 2013, and Nvidia Shield adapters…
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How to Prevent Invalid AdSense Clicks in WordPress (Step by Step)

[ad_1] Do you want to learn how to prevent invalid AdSense clicks in WordPress? Invalid AdSense clicks are the result of clicks and impressions that are typically generated by bots or spammers. High number of invalid clicks can get your AdSense account suspended. In this article, we’ll show you how to prevent invalid AdSense clicks…
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4 Best search engines for finding visually similar images

[ad_1] by Ivan Jenic Troubleshooting Expert Last update:March 1, 2021 Images are one of the most important parts of the Internet today, and certain engines make it easier for us to search for them. You want to find out the name of some amazing painting or of the wallpaper your friend is using, you use…
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Job listings suggest the Surface Duo 2 could feature 5G and a better camera

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft’s Surface Duo has a unique form factor that allows Microsoft to experiment with a new form factor. While innovative in its design, it doesn’t feature the most cutting edge specs. It runs on an older Snapdragon processor, doesn’t support 5G, and has a camera that’s not great…
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Valheim raids: All raid types and how to survive them

[ad_1] Source: Iron Gate Studio In the Viking-themed survival game Valheim, one of the most dangerous threats you’ll face are base raids. If you aren’t prepared for these coordinated attacks, hordes of enemies will kill you and heavily damage your base. Therefore, it’s important to make sure you’re not only aware of what attacks might…
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CloudSavvy IT is Looking for New Writers

[ad_1] Shutterstock/Grapherholic Think you have the perfect combination of IT knowledge and writing skills? We’re looking for a few experienced writers to join our team. What We’re Looking for We are looking for experienced freelance writers to cover the complicated and ever-changing world of IT, and present complex solutions in a way that’s easy to…
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How to Use Google Assistant Without Unlocking Your Android Phone

[ad_1] Google Assistant is a handy companion to have on your Android smartphone or tablet. To really get the most out of Assistant’s hands-free features, you’ll want to make sure it can work even when your device is locked. Some of Google Assistant’s features are protected behind the lock screen. Specifically, anything that requires “personal…
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How to Change the Default Search Engine on Android

[ad_1] The combination of a smartphone or tablet and a search engine makes it easy to find just about anything at a moment’s notice. If you have an Android device, you may think that search engine has to be Google, but it doesn’t. Here’s how to change the default search engine on Android. Google services…
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10 Best Android Apps To Identify Touch Screen Problems in 2021

[ad_1] It’s no doubt that Android is right now the most popular mobile operating system. Compared to every other mobile OS, Android provides users more features and customization options. Apart from that, Android has always been known for its massive app ecosystem. There are different types of apps available on the Google Play Store, like…
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4 best browser toolbar removal tools for Windows 10

[ad_1] by Matthew Adams Windows & Software Expert Last update:March 1, 2021 It comes a day when all PC users look for handy tools that are meant to easily detect and uninstall undesirable toolbars that may contain malware. The list below will show you what great browser toolbar removal tools you may use in Windows…
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Use A SIM Card Lock To Secure Your Mobile Number, Bank Account And Other Sensitive Info – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

[ad_1] What is a SIM card lock? A SIM card PIN lock is a simple security measure to protect your SIM card from unlawful access and usage. Simply put, you set and activate a PIN that is required to be entered every time you restart or change your phone. Once your SIM card lock is in…
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How to Link or Embed a PowerPoint Slide in a Word Document

[ad_1] The good thing about the Microsoft Office suite is all the programs in the collection work pretty well together. One example is the ability to link or embed Microsoft PowerPoint slides in a Microsoft Word document. Here’s how it’s done. Linking vs. Embedding Whether you link or embed the PowerPoint slide in the Word…
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New Valheim mod fixes network crashes after the latest patch

[ad_1] The Remove network overload mod does exactly that since the latest game patch sends any new in-game information over the network instantly instead of a one-time. This is what a gamers noticed after installing last week’s Valheim patch: Prior to 0.146.11, I was able to host a dedicated server just fine. However, after the…
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How to Turn off an Apple Watch

[ad_1] Twin Design/Shutterstock If you’re leaving your Apple Watch aside for a couple of days, it’s best to first turn it off. With the wearable off, it won’t drain its entire battery while in standby mode. Here’s how to easily turn off your Apple Watch. Turn off Your Apple Watch Just like the iPhone, the…
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10 Best Online Services To Check If a Site is Down or Up

[ad_1] Web browsers serve as a straightforward way to access the internet. You need to open your favorite web browser, type in the URL on the address bar, and hit the Enter button. Opening any website on the web browser is pretty easy if everything goes well, but it could be frustrating if one of…
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How to See How Big Your Mac’s Internal Storage Is

[ad_1] Data storage on your Mac is important—it determines how many apps, documents, photos, and videos your computer can hold locally. If you run into the upper limit, your Mac might not perform as well as you might hope. Here’s how to check the size of your Mac’s internal storage. First, click the “Apple” logo…
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5 best network log file analysis tools [Monitoring solutions]

[ad_1] by Tashreef Shareef Windows & Software Expert Log analysis tools help you monitor your network to review system logs and prevent any issues that may occur in the future. You can choose from a system-based offline and cloud-based log analysis tool depending on your network infrastructure requirement. Ability to collect log, centralize and index…
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Twitter introduces Super Follows and Communities Feature

[ad_1] Twitter is looking forward to boosts its earnings through its new features – Communities and the company’s first premium features, Super Follows allows users to charge their followers for access to extra / special00 content. For a set monthly amount, users can charge their followers for access to special content through the Super Follows…
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How to Reset Network Settings On Android in 2021

[ad_1] Although Android is right now the best and most popular mobile operating system, it’s not without its flaws. Compared to any other mobile operating system, Android has more bugs. Network options have always been a troubled part of Android. Android users deal with problems like slow internet connection, WiFi not showing on Android, and…
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Why Were Old Video Games So Pixelated?

[ad_1] Nintendo If you didn’t grow up in the 20th century, you might wonder why video and computer games once used such blocky, pixelated graphics. We’ll explore the origins of pixel art and how graphics have exploded in complexity over time. The Short Answer: Resolution Was Limited by Cost and Available Technology The pixelated artwork…
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3 best software to stabilize shaky footage [2021 Guide]

[ad_1] by Radu Tyrsina CEO & Founder Last update:March 1, 2021 Video stabilization software helps you to fix shaky footage, which happens either because of shaky hands or lack of proper gear to stabilize the camera. With plenty of editing features, Adobe’s tool is one of the best video stabilizer software. You’ll find in our…
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Huawei Electric Cars On The Way, Says Report – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

[ad_1] Reeling from the blows of the US government sanctions on its smartphone and telecom equipment business, Chinese smartphone maker may be pivoting to electric cars this year. According to a report by Reuters, the company is already designing the cars, in talks, sourcing components, and may unveil not one but multiple EVs under its…
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How to troubleshoot Windows Movie Maker has stopped working

[ad_1] It can update older drivers, fix broken ones, or find missing ones as well. 3. Close other software when running Movie Maker Right-click the taskbar and select Task Manager to open that utility’s window. Then close all software listed under apps on the Processes tab by right-clicking them and selecting End task. In addition,…
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20 Best Free Offline Games for Android 2021

[ad_1] No internet? no problem. Play good offline Android games that requires no internet or WiFi. It might interest you to know that some offline games are even better than most online games in terms of gameplay. Categories of games listed here includes offline action games, offline strategy games, offline adventure games, offline puzzle games,…
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5 best VPNs for Valorant to fix lag and reduce ping

[ad_1] by Elena Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Last update:March 1, 2021 Using a VPN for Valorant will help you avoid high ping, lag, stuttering, packet loss, and other connectivity issues. Check out the 5 best Valorant VPN to help improve your overall gaming experience. Our top choice for the best Valorant VPN has…
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