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  • How to Redirect Your IP Address to Your Domain Name
    by Anthony Heddings on July 10, 2020 at 11:00 am

    It’s an edge case, but if someone types in your IP address instead of your domain name, you’ll want your server to handle that request properly, and redirect them to the actual site. We’ll show how to set it up in NGINX and Apache.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • Google Teases a Google Home Speaker Replacement in a Photo and Video
    by Josh Hendrickson on July 10, 2020 at 10:53 am

    A little over a month ago, Google discontinued the original Google Home speaker (not to be confused with the Google Home app). The Nest Mini all but took its place, thanks to its surprisingly good sound in a small package. But what if you do want more? Well, it looks like a new Nest branded speaker is on the way, and Google is ready to show a little about it.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Customize Automatic Updates on iPhone and iPad
    by Khamosh Pathak on July 10, 2020 at 10:24 am

    The Automatic Updates feature brought background updates to the iPhone and the iPad, making it easy to always stay up-to-date. Now, if you’re iOS 13.6, iPadOS 13.6, or higher, you can customize how automatic updates are downloaded and installed.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Set up RSysLog with Loggly
    by Adam Bertram on July 10, 2020 at 10:00 am

    In the Linux operating system, many applications send logs to syslog, the primary logging mechanism. Best security practices often dictate that it is ideal to send your logs to a separate system, like Loggly, a SaaS solution for log data management.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • How to Make a Bar Chart in Microsoft Excel
    by Ben Stockton on July 10, 2020 at 9:00 am

    A bar chart (or a bar graph) is one of the easiest ways to present your data in Excel, where horizontal bars are used to compare data values. Here’s how to make and format bar charts in Microsoft Excel.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • Channel Your Inner Mozart: The Best Music Theory Apps, Services, and Lessons
    by Suzanne Humphries on July 10, 2020 at 9:00 am

    Having an understanding of music theory means you have the tools needed to compose your own music and better understand and appreciate music in general. With these apps and services, you can learn music theory online and start your own musical journey.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Use Azure Logic Apps to Monitor Your Website
    by Adam Bertram on July 10, 2020 at 9:00 am

    Azure Logic Apps provide tools for automating workflows. The solution is intended to help build corporate workflows, which are as simple as IFTTT or Zapier, meaning you can chain triggering events, outputs, and inputs together to result in some outcome.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • The Fluidstance Level Balance Board Makes My Standing Desk Even Better
    by Cameron Summerson on July 10, 2020 at 8:00 am

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  • The Best Tools for Coding in Teams
    by Anthony Heddings on July 10, 2020 at 8:00 am

    When working with a team of programmers, anything that can help the process run smoothly and on track is worth a lot of time and money. We’ll discuss a few different tools that can help your team get more organized.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • Can You Move Windows 10’s Notification Pop-ups?
    by Chris Hoffman on July 10, 2020 at 8:00 am

    Windows 10’s notification “toasts” appear near the bottom-right corner of your screen by default. Windows itself doesn’t let you move the notifications, but there are some ways you can move certain pop-ups to other corners of your screen.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • CPUs Decoded: Understanding Intel’s Microarchitecture Names
    by Ian Paul on July 10, 2020 at 6:40 am

    What’s in a name? A lot, actually, if we’re talking about Intel processors. Intel uses internal code names designed to hide what the company is working on until it’s ready to go public. So, it’s no wonder these terms aren’t very meaningful to the uninitiated.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • YouTube Kids Arrives on Fire TVs
    by Josh Hendrickson on July 9, 2020 at 11:55 am

    Smart TVs are easier to use than ever, and the Fire TV is no exception. But just because your young kids can navigate your TV easily doesn’t mean you want them watching just anything. Thankfully your options on Fire TV are growing today, as the YouTube Kids app has arrived on the service.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Scan a File or Folder for Malware with Microsoft Defender on Windows 10
    by Benj Edwards on July 9, 2020 at 11:23 am

    On Windows 10, Microsoft Defender (formerly called “Windows Defender”) always scans files before you open them unless you’ve installed a third-party antivirus. You can also perform a quick scan of any file or folder, too. Here’s how.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • The Canon EOS R5 and R6 are Flagship Mirrorless Cameras with Impressive Specs
    by Justin Duino on July 9, 2020 at 11:05 am

    Canon is no stranger to the world of mirrorless cameras, but the company’s EOS R and EOS RP failed to meet professional photographer and videographer expectations. Canon is looking to change that with the announcement of the ROS R5 and R6, full-frame mirrorless cameras with killer specs and high price tags.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • Understanding Amazon EBS Volume Pricing: The Hidden Cost of EC2
    by Anthony Heddings on July 9, 2020 at 11:00 am

    Every AWS EC2 instance you provision needs storage to serve as the primary drive. Like everything else in AWS, your usage of this is metered, and can dramatically change the cost of EC2.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • GeForce Now Adds 15 New Games and Highlights Support for Apex Legends
    by Josh Hendrickson on July 9, 2020 at 10:56 am

    GeForce Now is making good on its promise to add new games to the service every week, and today it announced 15 new entries. Ten games, including A Story About My Uncle, are brand new to the service, while five are returning. On top of that, GeForce Now is adding Highlights support to Apex Legends.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Use Microsoft Outlook’s New Search Box
    by Rob Woodgate on July 9, 2020 at 10:24 am

    Microsoft has dropped a new Search box into Outlook’s title bar. At first glance, it’s very similar to the old Search box, but it has a lot of new tricks up its sleeve. Here’s how to use the feature effectively.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • GoPro's New App Turns Your Hero8 Black Into a Mac Webcam
    by Andrew Heinzman on July 9, 2020 at 10:01 am

    Alright, it’s time to dust of that brand new GoPro Hero8 Black and put it to use. Following in the footsteps of Canon, Panasonic, and Fujifilm, GroPro just released an app that turns your Hero8 Black into a wide-angle Mac webcam—no accessories required.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Set the Social Image That Expands from Your Website Link
    by Anthony Heddings on July 9, 2020 at 10:00 am

    If you’ve just shared your website with someone else, or on a social media platform, and been disappointed that the link didn’t expand, it’s an easy fix to make your links more appealing and improve SEO.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • They Moved the 'Into the Wild' Bus, I Hiked There and Understand Why
    by Emilee Unterkoefler on July 9, 2020 at 10:00 am

    Last month, the Alaskan government moved the “Magic Bus,” in which Chris McCandless, whose story was depicted in the book and film, Into the Wild, lived and died. I hiked there myself and absolutely understand why.Read This Article on LifeSavvy ›

  • Dell's Redesigned XPS Desktop and Monitors Are Powerful and Sleek
    by Josh Hendrickson on July 9, 2020 at 9:59 am

    Today, Dell is taking the wraps off a new XPS Desktop and three new monitors to bring home. Dell says the XPS Desktop is the most powerful XPS system ever built, and the monitors sport a new look and come in nearly every size you could want.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Set DNS Search Order in Ubuntu 18.04 using NetPlan
    by Adam Bertram on July 9, 2020 at 9:00 am

    Prior to Ubuntu 18.04, DNS nameservers would traditionally be configured using the /etc/resolv.conf configuration file. For a long time, this file allowed quick and easy configuration of DNS nameservers, as can be seen in an example resolv.conf file below.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • ICYDK: iPhone 8 Cases Fit the New iPhone SE Perfectly
    by Michael Crider on July 9, 2020 at 9:00 am

    The new iPhone SE is a welcome addition to Apple’s lineup—a midrange phone that has almost all of the features of larger and more expensive models. But it looks awfully familiar: isn’t that just an iPhone 8 with upgraded guts? Why yes it is—and that means that the cases made for the iPhone 8 fit perfectly on the 2020 iPhone SE.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Enable (or Disable) Cookies in Mozilla Firefox
    by Marshall Gunnell on July 9, 2020 at 9:00 am

    When you browse the internet with cookies enabled, websites can save your passwords and other data (with your consent), making your browsing experience a bit more enjoyable. Here’s how to enable (or disable) cookies in Mozilla Firefox.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • Logitech Will Kill Harmony Express and Replace it For Free with Harmony Elite
    by Josh Hendrickson on July 9, 2020 at 8:59 am

    Just over a year ago, Logitech launched the Harmony Express universal remote system. The company promised it would simplify universal remote setup, and bring voice control to your entertainment and smart home. Now, Logitech will discontinue the Harmony Express on September 30, 2020. After that point, all Harmony Express units will stop working. The good news? Logitech has a free replacement for you.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • Why You Shouldn't Buy a New Console at Launch
    by Andrew Heinzman on July 9, 2020 at 8:00 am

    It’s hype season all over again. The new PS5 and Xbox Series X aren’t available for preorder yet, but you’re already organizing your pocketbook and hunting for a poor sap to buy your old unwanted console. Thing is, history tells us that you should ignore the console hype. Buying in early just isn’t worth it.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Use the whois Command on Linux
    by Dave McKay on July 9, 2020 at 8:00 am

    A whois lookup will tell you a lot of information about who owns an internet domain. On Linux, you can run whois lookups from the command line. We’ll walk you through it.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Package Your Application's Infrastructure with Docker
    by Anthony Heddings on July 9, 2020 at 8:00 am

    Docker is a way of packaging applications and all of their required dependencies and configuration into a single image. Essentially, this turns your server configuration into something that can be managed with git and synchronized across every machine.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • Don’t Worry: Windows 10’s Control Panel Is Safe (For Now)
    by Chris Hoffman on July 9, 2020 at 6:40 am

    Is Microsoft about to remove the Control Panel from Windows 10? That’s how some websites are spinning recent news. But that just isn’t true. Here’s what is going away—and what’s really going on with the Control Panel.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • Wink Will Hold Your Hub For Ransom Starting July 27th
    by Josh Hendrickson on July 8, 2020 at 7:50 pm

    When last we left off with Wink, the company decided to start charging a subscription with one week’s notice. Then it extended that another week. Then Wink announced it would hold off until further notice, thanks to “incredible support” for the subscription plan. Today, further notice arrives, and Wink has announced it will start charging a $5 a month subscription beginning July 27th.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • Get AirPods with the Wireless Charging Case for Just $150 on Amazon
    by Suzanne Humphries on July 8, 2020 at 12:16 pm

    If you’ve been waiting for a good sale on Apple’s AirPods to roll around, this is it. For just $150, you can buy the AirPods and the convenient wireless charging case. The AirPods are easy to set up on all of your Apple devices and are the perfect excuse to finally cut the cord on your old earbuds.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • Garmin Will Power Some of Its Smart Watches With the Blazing Sun
    by Josh Hendrickson on July 8, 2020 at 12:16 pm

    Smartwatches are a tricky business. Stick too much battery in them, and they become uncomfortable and bulky. But if you go too small, it won’t hold a charge long enough, and it becomes a frustrating thing to own. Garmin’s answer to the problem seems so obvious you might wonder why it wasn’t the first solution—solar power.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Skip the Recycle Bin for Deleting Files on Windows 10
    by Chris Hoffman on July 8, 2020 at 11:23 am

    Windows 10 normally sends files you delete to the Recycle Bin. They’ll be kept until you empty it—or, in some cases, until Windows 10 automatically empties your Recycle Bin. Here’s how to skip the Recycle Bin and delete files immediately.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • Eero's 3-Pack of Mesh Wi-Fi Routers Is Down to $170 (And It Comes With an Echo Dot)
    by Andrew Heinzman on July 8, 2020 at 11:08 am

    It’s time to ditch the old router and install a powerful, whole-home system. The Eero mesh Wi-Fi kit is a perfect solution to your spotty home internet, and at the discounted price of $170, it’s just a steal. The Eero mesh Wi-Fi three-pack usually costs $250, and ordering it from Amazon or Best Buy nets you a free Echo Dot smart speaker.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Mount an S3 Bucket Locally on Linux
    by Anthony Heddings on July 8, 2020 at 11:00 am

    In many ways, S3 buckets act like like cloud hard drives, but are only “object level storage,” not block level storage like EBS or EFS. However, it is possible to mount a bucket as a filesystem, and access it directly by reading and writing files.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • Tinder's New Video Chatting Feature Could Help You Meet Your Match
    by Andrew Heinzman on July 8, 2020 at 10:25 am

    Tinder wants to help you meet your match from the comfort of your couch. The new Face to Face video call feature, which is slowly rolling out across the United States, lets you video chat from the Tinder app without handing out your phone number, Instagram handle, or Snapchat username.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Install and Use Third-Party Keyboards on iPhone and iPad
    by Khamosh Pathak on July 8, 2020 at 10:24 am

    In case you didn’t know, there’s a whole wide world of third-party keyboards for the iPhone and iPad. Everything from GIFs, to emoji suggestions, to even Google search can be added to your device. Here’s how to install and use third-party keyboards on iPhone and iPad.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • Fire TV Adds Live Content Support For Sling, YouTube TV, and soon Hulu +Live TV
    by Josh Hendrickson on July 8, 2020 at 10:18 am

    Following quickly in the footsteps of Roku, Amazon’s Fire TV wants to make discovering live TV content easier. But Live TV can come from disparate sources, and to that end, Fire TV is expanding its support to include Sling and YouTube TV today, with Hulu +Live to follow later.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Configure Let’s Encrypt SSL for an Azure Web App
    by Adam Bertram on July 8, 2020 at 10:00 am

    While Azure provides many tools, it doesn’t have everything. We will take a look at how you can configure a functional Let’s Encrypt SSL for any Azure Web App, in order to provide it with the necessary level of security for all standard online operations.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • Spotify Wants to Curate Your Perfect Workout Playlist
    by Cameron Summerson on July 8, 2020 at 9:58 am

    Having the right playlist can be crucial to making the most of your workout. Whether you need music to keep you motivated or podcasts to keep you distracted, your playlist is a clutch tool. Today, Spotify is introducing a new feature called Soundtrack Your Workout that aims to make the perfect workout playlist, regardless of your taste.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Select and Edit Messages with the Up Arrow in Slack
    by Justin Duino on July 8, 2020 at 9:30 am

    If you’re a new Slack user and press the Up arrow key on your keyboard, the productivity app moves your highlighted focus to the message list. Here’s how you can change the Up arrow’s functionality to edit your last-sent message quickly.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • ICYDK: Quickly Organize Your Desktop with the Windows Key
    by Michael Crider on July 8, 2020 at 9:00 am

    Multitasking is one of the wonderful things about modern operating systems. And, they’re built to take advantage of it. Take Windows 10, for example. If you’re reading this on a Windows 10 machine, try this: hold the Windows key (the one between Ctrl and Alt) and press left arrow. BAM! The browser window takes up exactly the left half of your screen.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Provision a Digitalocean Droplet Using Powershell 7
    by Adam Bertram on July 8, 2020 at 9:00 am

    When populating a user config, you might notice that it can look a bit strange. You need to be careful of line breaks and double quotes to avoid breaking the JSON config.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • How to View a Saved Password in Microsoft Edge
    by Benj Edwards on July 8, 2020 at 9:00 am

    It happens to the best of us: Sometimes, you can’t remember the password to a website. Luckily, if you have previously chosen to save a password in Microsoft Edge, you can easily recover it on Windows 10 or a Mac. Here’s how.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • Amazon Fire HD 8: The Best Budget Tablet Has New Tricks and Old Flaws
    by Andrew Heinzman on July 8, 2020 at 8:00 am

    Amazon is one of few companies to carve out a space in the tablet market. Its Fire tablets, while limited by hardware and app selection, are incredibly affordable and perfect for streaming, reading, or light gaming. And while the new $90 Fire HD 8 is appealing for its new smart features and upgraded processor, its faults feel more obvious than ever.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Install Free HEVC Codecs on Windows 10 (for H.265 Video)
    by Chris Hoffman on July 8, 2020 at 8:00 am

    Windows 10 supports video files encoded with High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), also known as H.265 video. However, Microsoft charges for its official codecs and doesn’t include them in Windows 10. You can get them for free without busting out the credit card and spending $0.99.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Use Google's Cloud CDN to Speed Up Your Website
    by Anthony Heddings on July 8, 2020 at 8:00 am

    CDNs, or Content Delivery Networks, are made up of many edge servers all around the world, and cache your website’s content or static files for greater performance and significantly lower last-mile latency to the end user.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • What Is Spotify Duo, and Is It Right for You?
    by Harry Guinness on July 8, 2020 at 6:40 am

    Spotify Premium Duo is a new Spotify plan for two people who live in the same house. Spotify is aiming Duo at couples, but any two people living under the same roof (like roommates or siblings) are eligible.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • Google is Improving Your Smart Home Controls on Assistant and Android
    by Josh Hendrickson on July 7, 2020 at 9:59 pm

    Tomorrow, Google is hosting a virtual “Hey Google” Smart Home Summit for developers, but the company didn’t want to wait to unveil some of its announcements. And while Google is primarily focusing on developers, two changes should be crowd-pleasers to smart home users invested in the Google ecosystem.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • Auto Dark Mode 3.0 for Windows introduces theme switching support and more
    by Martin Brinkmann on July 7, 2020 at 12:42 pm

    Auto Dark Mode 3.0 is a new version of the open source Windows program that automates the switching between light and dark modes in the operating system. We reviewed the program, then Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Auto Dark Mode 3.0 for Windows introduces theme switching support and more appeared first on gHacks Technology News.