Aseem Kishore

4 Excellent Online Alternatives to PowerPoint

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Microsoft Powerpoint has become such a ubiquitous part of presentation culture that people speak of “making a PowerPoint” rather than “making a presentation”. It makes sense that this software is so popular. It’s part of the core Office package and it’s a powerful, comprehensive piece of software. That’s also PowerPoint’s biggest downfall. If you’re a […]

8 AI Assistants and What They Can Do For You

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At one point, not too far in the past, the world was full of assistants. People whose job it was to schedule meetings, take calls and generally take care of someone else’s chores so they could focus on their core job. These days the need for human assistants is much lower. Personal assistants are a […]

Mark all Your Gmail Messages as “Read” in One Go

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Gmail has become the primary email service for more than a billion people worldwide. That’s a lot of people who need a good mail interface and powerful mail management. The good news is that Gmail is filled with tips and tricks that let power users quickly manage thousands of messages with ease. All it takes […]

Retrieve Excel Data From a Web Page Directly

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Excel is an incredibly powerful piece of software that can do almost any mathematical or logical calculations you could want. Excel gurus can create spreadsheets that automate complex processes, essential for many businesses to operate well. The only problem is that data entry can be a bit of a chore and a major time sink. […]

How to Find Your Bluetooth Adapter Version in Windows 10

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Bluetooth used to be a new, strange and cutting-edge wireless technology. For those of us who remember using the IR port on out very dumb phones back in the day, Bluetooth seemed like witchcraft. Today almost everything uses BT and it’s become a reliable, seamless part of our lives. That’s largely thanks to the constant […]

How to Send Files Too Big for Email

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Are those files you’re sending too big for an email? Maybe you tried text and that didn’t work either. Fortunately, there are lots of ways to send large files to people over the internet, and most are even free. Maybe it’s vacation photos you want to send to a friend, home movies that your uncle […]

How to Download Your Personal Data From Google

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Google takeout is a feature of your Google account that lets you download your data. You can export your photos, emails, calendar data, contacts, files, and lots of other data. Another way to save your information from Google is to selectively open the service that you want to download data from, such as Gmail or […]

5 Best Free Disposable Email Accounts

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Disposable email accounts have many benefits over a regular email account, but also some disadvantages. Disposable, or temporary email accounts, come in all shapes and sizes with different features. We’ll look at the best free disposable email accounts that will get you online with a real email address in seconds that you can use just […]

How to Keep Your PC Software Updated Automatically

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It’s important to update your computer software. New updates can bring bigger and better features and usability, but more importantly, they also provide bug fixes, performance improvements, and other security-related patches. The bottom line is that you should always keep your software updated. But how do you it? Well, unfortunately, Windows doesn’t provide much in […]

How to Fix an XLR Cable (Soldering Guide)

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Sure, you can go to Amazon and buy a brand new XLR cable if your current one is not working or you can get your hands dirty and try to fix it yourself. You can increase the longevity of all of your cables if you know how to solder. The materials you will need are: […]