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How to protect your google drive on iphone and ipad with face id or touch id

Justin Duino is the Reviews Director at How-To Geek (and LifeSavvy Media as a whole). He has spent the last decade writing about Android, smartphones, and other mobile technology. In addition to his written work, he has also been a regular guest commentator on CBS News and BBC World News and Radio to discuss current […]

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How to quickly and easily copy formatting in word

If you have an element of text such as character, word, several words, phrase, etc. with some formatting and want to copy this formatting to another element, do the following: I st method: using Format Painter: 1. Select the text with the formatting to copy. 2. On the Home tab, in the Clipboard group, click […]

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How to make the gnome panels in ubuntu totally transparent

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How to password protect text files using vim on linux (or macos)

Apart from creating and editing text files, we can also encrypt files using Vim editor. This brief guide shows you how to password protect text files using Vim editor in Linux and Unix-like operating systems. Introduction Vim editor is a powerful and feature-rich application used to to create and edit text files. It is a […]

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How to make ubuntu linux look like mac os x

Do you want to make Ubuntu look like Mac OS X? If so, we’re going to show you how to do it, step-by-step. The whole point of using Linux is that you can do things like this Whether you have a bad case of Apple envy or you just appreciate the design aesthetic of Apple’s […]

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How to make siri respond to your voice (without pressing anything)

Matt Klein has nearly two decades of technical writing experience. He’s covered Windows, Android, macOS, Microsoft Office, and everything in between. He’s even written a book, The How-To Geek Guide to Windows 8. Read more. By default, Siri only responds when you press and hold the home button on your iPad or iPhone. You can, […]

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How to make video chats look better with your computer’s night mode

Harry Guinness is a photography expert and writer with nearly a decade of experience. His work has been published in newspapers like The New York Times and on a variety of other websites, from Lifehacker to Popular Science and Medium’s OneZero. Read more. More professional (and personal) interactions are happening via Zoom and other video-calling […]

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How to manually force google chrome to update extensions

Google Chrome extension auto update doesn’t always work. You can update Chrome extensions manually when you need. Check the detailed 2 steps in this tutorial to manually force Chrome to update extensions. MiniTool software also develops free data recovery software, free partition manager, free PC backup software to help you solve various Windows problems without […]

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How to quit facebook twitter google and other social networks

Mark Wyciślik-Wilson is a software fiend and a fan of the new, shiny, and intriguing. His work has appeared everywhere from TechRadar and BetaNews to Lifehacker UK. Read more. There can be few computer users who do not have at least one social networking account – the likes of Facebook and Twitter are just so […]

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How to network boot the bitdefender rescue cd (pxe)

About The PXE environment allows you to boot a computer with SystemRescue even if this computer has no CDRom drive or USB socket. It allows you to boot SystemRescue from the network, and then it is faster to troubleshoot computers on your network once a PXE-boot-server is installed. It is also useful if you want […]