How To Merge Multiple Audio Files Into One

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When you merge audio files, you’re combining them so multiple files will exist as a single audio file. There are both online audio joining sites and offline audio merging software programs you can use. You might want to merge two or more songs if you’re making a playlist and you want them to play one […]

How To Monitor Your CPU Or GPU In Windows’ System Tray

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For the average desktop or laptop user, keeping track of the health of their CPU and GPU isn’t something that many put consideration towards. Most of us rely on our machine to properly cool and take care of itself through dynamic fan speeds, offloading, and other such technology. However, you’d be surprised what a quick […]

How to Access Linux Partitions in Windows

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If you have a Linux distribution sitting alongside Windows on your PC, you’ll have no problem accessing your Windows drive. NTFS, the default Windows file system, is well supported, and most Linux distros will be able to mount NTFS drives with ease. The same can’t be said for Windows users, however. Common Linux file systems […]

What to Do When Your USB Drive Is Not Showing Up

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USB is an extensively adopted technology that allows us to plug lots of devices into our computers every day. Although it’s quite easy to set up, sometimes it’s not all plug and play. What do you do when your USB drive is not showing up? This can be caused by several different things such as […]

How to Create Your Own Onion Site on Tor

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When looking to remain anonymous while deep-diving through what the dark web has to offer, The Onion Router (Tor), is your safest bet. The Tor browser is a powerful free tool used for browsing the Internet anonymously, where you can discover varying websites utilizing the onion domain.  Anonymity is seemingly fading nowadays with ISPs watching […]

USB Cable Types Explained – Versions, Ports, Speeds, and Power

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No one in their right mind could argue that the advent of USB was a bad thing. Before we first got the now-iconic USB port, the world was filled with clunky, disparate connection standards.  The typical PC from the early 90s sported LPT, Serial, PS2, SCSI and MIDI ports. To name but a few! Now […]

7 Technical SEO Optimization Tips for Any Website

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Are you wondering why your helpful, relevant, and valuable content isn’t ranking well? If you haven’t performed technical SEO optimization for your website, you will continue to struggle. Technical SEO deals with the infrastructure of your website. In summary, there are 7 basic steps to technical SEO optimization of your site if you want to […]

The Best Plugins to Keep WordPress Up to Date Automatically

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Do you know how often you need to update your WordPress plugins? You should check for updates regularly, especially for reasons of security. Outdated plugins (and WordPress themes and versions) make your website vulnerable to hackers. Even deactivating plugins without removing them can cause harm to your site. A potential problem and challenge to website […]

Can Connect to Wireless Router, but not to the Internet?

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It’s hard to imagine that just two decades ago, only about one percent of the world’s population was online. Today, more than 4.3 billion people are actively using the internet, which is more than half of the global population. That’s how important having an internet connection is. A few things can be quite frustrating as […]

Using Canva: A Guide to Creating Custom Images

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Are you using images to enhance your online content? If you aren’t, you are missing out on the opportunity to reach a wider audience, maximize conversions, and increase user engagement. People are inherently drawn to attractive visuals. Did you know that 67% of consumers say that a product image is more important than the description […]