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How to quickly share your location using messages on your apple watch

Learn how to use the Find My app to share your location with friends and family members. You can even set up location-based notifications so you know if someone left a location or just got home. The Find My app combines Find My iPhone and Find My Friends into a single app in the latest […]

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How to make windows 8’s built-in anti-virus scan removable drives

This tutorial will show you how to add “Scan with Windows Defender” to the context menu for you to be able to scan any file or folder in Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows 8.1, and Windows RT 8.1. When added, you will be able to right click or press and hold on any file or […]

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How to mount a remote folder using ssh on ubuntu

When it comes to accessing remote directories on Linux systems, including Ubuntu, there are many different methods available to you. If you want to make folders accessible to remote users, and do it securely, you can use sFTP. For Linux clients, SSHFS (SSH Filesystem) is another great too to use. It is a sub-system that […]

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How to mount your windows 10 (or 8) system drive on linux

Posted Nov 23, 2019 On Linux and UNIX operating systems, a Windows share can be mounted on a particular mount point in the local directory tree using the cifs option of the mount command. The Common Internet File System (CIFS) is a network file-sharing protocol. CIFS is a form of SMB. In this tutorial, we […]

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How to manage your pc’s fans for optimal airflow and cooling

Ensuring your computer receives sufficient cooling with PC case fans isn’t rocket science but it can be tricky. Sure, you could take the “maximum power” approach of shoving as many fans as possible into and onto the case, but that’s far from ideal. There needs to be rhyme or reason to the setup or else […]

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How to make iphone notifications disappear as soon as you’ve read them

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. The Notification Center in iOS is split into two sections: your new […]

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How to move emails between the auto-sorted inbox tabs in gmail

Jason Fitzpatrick is the Senior Smart Home Editor at How-To Geek. He has over a decade of experience in publishing and has authored thousands of articles at How-To Geek, Review Geek, LifeSavvy, and Lifehacker. Jason served as Lifehacker’s Weekend Editor before he joined How-To Geek. Read more. Gmail’s tabbed inbox system is a handy way […]

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How to open raw image files on windows 10

Be it deleted RAW photos from your Canon DSLR or lost photos from Nikon or any camera, you can recover RAW photos in minutes. All you need is a professional RAW Photo Recovery Software. Try Remo RAW Photo Recovery Software for free and see if there’s anything stopping you from not recovering your RAW photos. […]

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How to make the $50 amazon fire tablet more like stock android (without rooting)

Amazon’s Fire tablets are pretty cool devices, especially when you consider the price. Beneath the logo though, you’re basically looking at a modified Android tablet. And, in line with Amazon’s strategic plans, this unfortunately brings many limitations. One of the main downsides is the fact that you can’t use Google Play Store. Instead, your only […]

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How to make the weather tile display temperature in celsius

Chris Stobing is a writer and blogger from the heart of Silicon Valley. His work has appeared in PCMag and Digital Trends, and he’s served as Managing Editor of Gadget Review. Read more. While there haven’t been a ton of revolutionary improvements to the Windows Weather app since its revamp in Windows 8, it’s still […]