How To Check Your Router For Malware

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Your router is a prime target for hackers who want to freeload off your WiFi connection or infiltrate your network. If it’s compromised, they can redirect your personal or business internet requests to malware-infected servers. However, most people don’t realize the magnitude of the problems that come with a router that has been hacked. Manufacturers […]

How To Check Your Printed Documents History On Windows 10

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There will be many instances when it is useful to know what has been printed from a certain computer. You can find out everything that you’re about to print and you will also know how to view what you’ve already printed — whether it was recent or a long time ago. You can also check […]

How To Cut Out An Object In An Image In Photoshop CC

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The best way to quickly cut out an object in an image in Photoshop CC is to use the new Select and Mask feature. I will explain how you can use this effectively and cut out images as fast as possible. If you are regularly editing images, you’ll want to know how to cut out […]

What To Do If Your Windows Mouse Suddenly Cannot Drag & Drop Files

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Using your mouse to drag and drop files helps you enormously to work faster on your computer. But what if the function suddenly stops working? What do you do then? In this post are the different solutions to the problem. These are easy and quick fixes that anyone can try out. Run a DISM Tool […]

10 Ways To Boost a Weak WiFi Signal

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WiFi has completely transformed the way we live and done away with (most) of the wires that were run everywhere in the old days. That doesn’t mean WiFi can’t also be incredibly frustrating. Sometimes it’s simply a question of not having enough bars on the signal meter. At other times, it seems like the signal […]

How To Change Your Wifi Password

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If you kept the default username and password for your WiFi network, it’s probably just because the mangled collection of letters seemed more secure than anything you could imagine. The fact is, it’s better to have a unique name and password for your WiFi. There are more connected devices today than ever before, and entering […]

How To Install Almost Any Printer On Ubuntu

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Are you trying to install a printer on your Ubuntu system? Luckily, Ubuntu now recognizes most printer brands and will automatically install the related drivers when connected. Many printer manufacturers such as Brother and HP support Linux distributions and release their own printer drivers. But before installing a printer from another brand, you should look […]

How To Protect Yourself From Threatening “We Have Your Password” Emails

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Have you received a threatening email with your password in the subject line? Your password has leaked but usually it’s an automated scam with no immediate threat. Here’s how to keep safe. Usually this automated email scam asks for a large ransom in dollars or bitcoin. It may demand that if you don’t respond, your […]

How To Delete Temporary Files & Other Junk On a Smartphone or Tablet

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Deleting temporary files on your phone or tablet is almost a necessity as time goes on. Your device uses files for a specific reason, but then when it’s done with them, it might not remove them, which can lead to unresponsively, excess storage usage, memory problems, etc. Temporary files are created after apps are installed […]

How To Embed a YouTube Video In Microsoft PowerPoint

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If you want to improve your Microsoft PowerPoint presentation, a brilliant trick is to add a video to it. Videos, after all, can easily entertain people and increase engagement. In this post, you will learn how to embed a YouTube video in PowerPoint. This way, you can embed YouTube videos all you want and always […]