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What’s New in Windows 10’s 19H2 Update, Arriving Fall 2019

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Many spider species will eat their own webs as a way to recoup the proteins used in the silk and cut down on the new resources required to spin the next web.


August 19, 2019

Did You Know?

Many spider species will eat their own webs as a way to recoup the proteins used in the silk and cut down on the new resources required to spin the next web.

What’s New in Windows 10’s 19H2 Update, Arriving Fall 2019

Windows 10’s 19H2 update will arrive in the second half of 2019, perhaps in September or October. Also known as Windows 10 version 1909, this will be the smallest, quickest Windows 10 Update yet. It’s practically just a service pack. Read More »

Will Your Favorite iPhone Apps Work on iPad?

Everyone has their favorite apps. Although many of them will work on iPhones and iPads, they don’t all take advantage of the iPad’s larger screen. We’re going to explain how to tell which apps should work well before you download them. Read More »

How to Troubleshoot Web Pages That Won’t Load

It’s frustrating when a web page won’t load. Your connection, software, or the website could be causing the problem. Here are a few ways to troubleshoot the issue and access a website, even if it’s down. Read More »

How to Make Nearly Any Dumb Appliance Smart

Smart appliances offer voice control, smartphone apps, and powerful automations. But why spend hundreds of dollars on the latest models? With some inexpensive smart plugs, you can give your dumb devices the same features for a fraction of the cost. Read More »

How to Stream UFC 241 Cormier vs. Miocic Live Online

It’s been just over a year since Daniel Cormier won the UFC heavyweight championship with a KO punch to Stipe Miocic. Saturday, August 16, Cormier is set to defend that title against Stipe. Here’s how to watch. Read More »

How to Use Chrome’s Hidden “Send Tab to Self” Feature

A new “Send Tab to Self” feature in Google Chrome lets you quickly send tabs between all your Chrome devices. This feature, available via a hidden flag in Google Chrome, is available in the stable version of Chrome today. Read More »

Microsoft Will Update Notepad Through Windows 10’s Store

Microsoft just can’t stop updating Notepad. Every Windows 10 Update now includes improvements to Notepad, from support for Unix-style line endings to Bing searches and performance improvements. Now, Microsoft is set to update Notepad much more quickly. Read More »


Use the 20-20-20 Rule to Relieve Eyestrain

Eyestrain is one of the most common complaints among computer users. Fortunately, a simple trick can help remedy the issue: the 20-20-20 rule. Here’s how it works. Read More »


How Much Should You Embellish Your Resume?

A resume shouldn’t just present the bare facts of your experience—it should present them in the most compelling possible way. This means carefully emphasizing the positives while hiding the negatives. But how much should you embellish that information to get results? Read More »

Windows 10 Will Show GPU Temperature in the Task Manager

Windows 10’s Task Manager is getting better for gamers. In Windows Insider build 18963, the Task Manager now shows your GPU temperature. This will be part of Windows 10’s 20H1 update, which will become stable sometime around May 2020. Read More »


12 Handy Smarthome Gadgets for Your Home Office

One of the benefits of working from home is you can make changes you can’t in a corporate office. This includes adding smarthome gadgets to improve your workspace. These devices can help your workflow and make you more comfortable. Read More »

How to Reset User Options and Registry Settings in Word

If Word is acting glitchy and abnormal, resetting it might be necessary. Although Microsoft doesn’t provide a “reset” button to bring Word’s user options and registry settings back to default, a couple of fairly simple solutions are available. Read More »



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How to View Saved Passwords in Chrome for Android

Google Chrome occasionally offers to save passwords as users type them into websites. Android owners can quickly access, delete, and export saved passwords through the mobile browser. Here’s how to view your saved passwords on your smartphone. Read More »


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