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How to use your iphone as a magnifying glass

How to Use Your Phone as a Magnifying Glass Share on Facebook Share on Twitter No media source currently available 128 kbps | MP3 64 kbps | MP3 Whether you are trying to read a menu in a dark restaurant, the warning label on your medicine, or the fine print on a contract you possibly […]

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How to use programmable nfc tags with your android phone

Chris Hoffman is Editor-in-Chief of How-To Geek. He’s written about technology for over a decade and was a PCWorld columnist for two years. Chris has written for The New York Times, been interviewed as a technology expert on TV stations like Miami’s NBC 6, and had his work covered by news outlets like the BBC. […]

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It geek how to use a dhcp relay (junos)

Have you ever faced the problem where you only want to have one DHCP server on the network for central management of your scopes, but you have multiple Vlans? HTG explains how to use a DHCP relay agent. Overview The DHCP protocol was created so that clients could obtain their IP address automatically and without […]

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How to use your smart watch or fitness tracker as a silent alarm clock

You backup your computer, so why not your brain? That’s the idea behind silent alarms—aka safety nets for your memory—and why all Fitbit trackers (except Fitbit Zip—sorry!) allow you to set up to eight. Depending on which tracker you own, your setup screen may look a bit different than the ones below—you may even be […]

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How to wipe (securely erase) your devices before disposing of or selling them

Chris Hoffman is Editor-in-Chief of How-To Geek. He’s written about technology for over a decade and was a PCWorld columnist for two years. Chris has written for The New York Times, been interviewed as a technology expert on TV stations like Miami’s NBC 6, and had his work covered by news outlets like the BBC. […]

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How to view a saved password in google chrome

Sometimes you might need to view your saved passwords in Google Chrome. Here’s how. If you’re using Google Chrome to save your passwords, there may be times when you need to view them. You might need to know your password for Hulu Live and are signing in on your TV, for example. Or, maybe you […]

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How to use different wallpapers on multiple monitors in windows 7

A simple trick that requires no third-party software If you’re still using Windows 7 because you hate Windows 8 and you use more than one monitor, you’ve probably run into the limitation of not being able to use a different wallpaper for each monitor. Windows 8 actually has quite a few awesome features for dual […]

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How to use 1password on any computer no installation required

Move your data with your 1Password account If you have a 1Password account, sign in on your new device and all your items will be there. To sign in on a new device, you’ll need your Secret Key. You can find it in your Emergency Kit, or in 1Password on your authorized devices. Don’t have […]

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How to use the year function in microsoft excel

Ben Stockton is a freelance tech writer from the United Kingdom. In a past life, he was a UK college lecturer, training teens and adults. Since leaving the classroom, he’s been a tech writer, writing how-to articles and tutorials for MakeUseOf, MakeTechEasier, and Cloudwards.net. He has a degree in History and a postgraduate qualification in […]

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How to use the new google hangouts in your browser

Hangouts is a social account that is use for communication between friends Thus, the platform was developed by Google to to enable friends communicate via chats, video calls and also interaction between groups. Here, Google Hangouts, enable you get your conversations to life with photos, emoji, and also offer free group video calls. Having known […]