9/23/20

Manuals Online

Every now and then new sites are created and here another link for getting manuals for any product that you own.
It's a one-stop shop for accessing your product manuals.

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9/22/20

Fitbit Heart Study

It looks like this company has fallen behind on updating its fitness features and now after years of popularity the company is moving into heart rate monitoring.
Let's see if this will be a success for the new technology. 

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9/21/20

Public WiFi

It looks like Senators are pushing for public hotspots so that more people can be connected outside of the common public areas.
Let's hope that they can put the heavy political pressure to make WiFi free for everyone. There are no excuses for keeping the world connected.


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9/20/20

Modernize IT Support

It looks like modern IT support is moving slowly to AI support and not only does it resolve routine support issues quickly it can collaborate with everyone to rapidly resolve problems.
Now having a Help Desk will be as simple as chatting to AI to get your problems resolved.

9/19/20

Disk Drill

Need a file recovery software to recover deleted data. This software is a great start to recovering your files and if you are a March 2020 subscriber of Maximum PC you can even get the software for free for 18 months to recover data up to 500 MB. Not a bad way to test out the software to see if it meets your needs.

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9/18/20

Seed Bombing

There is new technology to fight deforestation and it involves sending drones with seeds to designated areas so that eventually forest will emerge. The idea has been around for some time and it will definitely cut down labor and costs.

Let's make the world green again by implementing seed bombings.

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9/17/20

Google & Apple Contact Tracing

Here are the details on how Google & Apple got together and created this contact tracing API for mobile users. It hopes to prevent the spread and with good intentions, this information will hopefully stop the pandemic from going global.

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9/16/20

iOS 13.5 Med ID

It looks like this cool iOS update will now contain medical information for users with medical conditions. It's a great idea and good information for the first responders.
Hope other carriers follow suit because this information will be helpful for many.

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9/15/20

Google Keep vs Evernote

Looks like Google Keep and Evernote are similar in many ways. In the end here is the review on using both applications and the difference in each.
It really depends on the type of user you are, so choose wisely before taking notes.

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9/14/20

Turn off Opera Ads

For all your Opera web browsers if you get promotional notifications on the desktop from time and time and want to disable them, then this is how you do it. I hope this feature will be added to other browsers as well. 

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9/13/20

HW Utility

Looking for a better diagnostic tool for Windows when it comes to hardware read and writes. This diagnostic tool digs deeper to help you find driver names and versions installed on the current computer.

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9/12/20

RoboIntern

Here is great task automation that is free and automates tasks and triggers on your computer.

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9/11/20

Malwarebytes VPN service

It looks like Malwarebytes is now trying to launch its own VPN service to conquer online privacy and maybe within the time, it will live up to its service. For now, I am just going to sit back and watch to see how far they will go.

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9/10/20

DeaDBeeF

If you are running Linux and looking for an open-source music player search no more. The minimal play has a nice art show, supports various audio formats and excellent sound quality. It's a program worth trying out.

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9/9/20

USB 4

Here all the information that you should know about USB 4 and the current specifications. It has two lanes of traffic for connected devices and it's backward compatible.
With speeds from 10 to 40 Gps, it's going to be a plus for new devices to charge faster. USB 4 will not disappoint users when it arrives late this year.


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9/8/20

Microsoft Budget Laptop

It looks like Microsoft might have achieved success again by making the Surface a favorite budget computer. They are using the same parts and this would most likely keep the cost down. If you are seeking for a budget computer, this is an option.

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9/7/20

Ring Solar

Ring has announced a new doorbell with an improved night vision and a solar charger accessory. I hope this device will improve the doorbell power cycle so that users can install this device anywhere.

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9/6/20

Background Remover

This is the easiest way to remove a background on any picture. Just go to the link below, upload your picture and highlight your background and remove background image. It's that easy to do.

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9/5/20

Nio BAAS

The electric car market is making great moves and you will be surprised at what people are doing to make this possible. New technology is coming out daily and it's just going to explode in the next coming months.

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9/4/20

WatchOS 7 Beta

iOS beta is now available for testing and the user's can now sign up to be a beta tester. Now you can share your thoughts and ideas on what you think about the new WatchOS.

Check it out and see if this is something that you want to be involved in.

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9/3/20

Fix Mic

If you are having microphone problems in Windows 10 here are some great tips to help you get your mic back up and running.
Sometimes it's just that the microphone is just lowered, other times it requires doing more to the application and driver.

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9/2/20

Quit Smoking Help

If you quit smoking there are a lot of websites that can help you to stop smoking. Here are some useful resources to help you to a better healthy life afterward.

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9/1/20

TWRP Recovery

Android has a custom recovery software to get it back up and running as normal when things go bad. Installing it on your Android devices will spare you some recovery time when things do not go as planned.

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