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Microsoft 365: A secure, collaborative environment for SMBs

Image: Microsoft News For years now, large enterprises have been conducting their business on a global scale using devices ranging from servers to personal computers to mobile phones. Entire departments of engineers and support personnel were created just to facilitate and maintain those devices. But what if your business is too small or lacks the expertise for a full IT ...

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How to get easy Android screen recordings with AZ Screen Recorder

Image: Jack Wallen Let’s face it, there are times when instructing staff/employees how to do something on the desktop or a mobile device can be an exercise in frustration and patience. This is why it’s always good to have a number of routes to success. One such route is the screen recording. With this capability, you can simply send a ...

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How to change the names of a user and Home Directory in macOS

Image: Apple Many macOS users learn from experience that it’s a bad idea to just rename a Mac user account. Sometimes users seek to use a nickname, a different user begins using the computer, or maybe a user decides he or she would like to use a different name for his or her Home directory. Due to the way permissions, ...

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How to reset a recurring task in Outlook

Image: iStock/BrianAJackson Outlook treats recurring appointments and tasks differently. Recurring appointments come in sets that begin with the first appointment and end with the last; each appointment is visible on your calendar. In contrast, only one recurring task is visible at any given time. Outlook displays the next recurring task after you mark the current one as complete. If you ...

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How to back up your data with Google's new Backup and Sync feature

Image: iStockphoto/pixelparticle In an effort to make it easier for users to back up files to Google Drive, Google recently launched its new Backup and Sync feature . According to a Google blog post , the feature allows users to continuously back up their files to Google Drive from any folder on their local machine. Backup and Sync works for ...

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How to sync Google Drive in a non-standard location

Image: Jack Wallen Recently I received a hybrid device, running Windows 10, and needed to be able to sync it to my Google Drive accounts. My first option was to install the official Google Drive Desktop client , but almost immediately realized the error of my ways. The biggest issue was that this device was very limited on storage space ...

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How to take advantage of the Dynamic Lock feature in Windows 10

The Creators Update brought a host of new features to the Windows 10 operating system. While a lot of these features are noteworthy and are touted everywhere you look, other features are less well known and remain in the shadows. Such is the case with the Dynamic Lock feature, which is designed to improve security by automatically locking your computer ...

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Apple macOS High Sierra: The smart person's guide

With High Sierra, version 10.13 of Apple’s macOS operating system, the company added subtle updates to improve privacy in web browsing, rolled out its new file system as standard, and introduced updates that would allow for the creation of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) content. While the updates may seem simple, they will help set the stage for ...

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How to use the Adjustment Brush in Lightroom with a Wacom tablet

As an aspiring photographer, you not only look into tips to help capture better photos, but you’re more than likely reading or viewing content about photo editing software to really make your photos pop. Previously, I shared an intro to the Adobe Lightroom software. This is one of my primary tools for photo editing. The intuitive layout of the software ...

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Windows 10 security: HoloLens gets first Patch Tuesday fix from Microsoft

This week marks another milestone for Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, with the first fix for a vulnerability affecting the mixed-reality headset HoloLens. If exploited, the flaw in how HoloLens handles objects in memory could allow an attacker to “take control of an affected system”, according to Microsoft’s security advisory . More about IT Security The fix for the HoloLens remote code ...

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