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  • Come up With the Perfect Plans in the Best Strategy Games Out Right Now
    by Eric Schoon on November 28, 2020 at 8:00 am

    Pretty much every game you play will have you make decisions about how to tackle a situation or what loadout will ensure victory—but some games take that idea to the extreme. The strategy genre is full of brain-testing titles loved by players young and old. And whether you’re a veteran of the genre or someone who’s interested in learning, we wanted to shine a spotlight on the best strategy games out right now.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr.: How to Stream the Fight Live
    by Chris Hoffman on November 28, 2020 at 8:00 am

    On November 28, 2020, Mike Tyson will come out of retirement to fight Roy Jones Jr. at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California. Here’s how to watch the exhibition match between these two boxing legends online.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • Why Aren’t Viruses a Problem on Chrome OS?
    by Joe Fedewa on November 28, 2020 at 6:40 am

    Chrome OS has a reputation for being virus-proof. Google likes to boast about how secure its operating system is compared to others. Are Chromebooks really immune to viruses, though? And, if so, how do they achieve this? Allow us to explain.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Check if Your Android Smartphone Has RCS
    by Joe Fedewa on November 27, 2020 at 11:23 am

    You may have heard about RCS and how it’s a huge upgrade over SMS, the old standard for text messaging. But how do you know if you can actually use RCS? We’ll show you how to easily check.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • The Gift of Giving: 21 Charities to Donate to That Help Children and Families
    by Andrew Heinzman on November 27, 2020 at 11:23 am

    You’re (almost) done buying Christmas gifts, but something’s still missing. If you want to really feel the spirit of giving, then you should put your money toward children and families that are in need. Here are 21 charities and non-profits that’ll use your money to improve or save people’s lives.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Find Which Apps Are Accessing a Permission on Android
    by Shubham Agarwal on November 27, 2020 at 10:24 am

    When you have dozens of apps installed on your phone, it’s easy to lose track of which permissions each of them has access to. Therefore, it’s best to ensure only the apps you trust can access sensitive data like your microphone. Here’s how with Android’s built-in permission manager.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • Holiday 2020: Gifts You Can Send Remotely, No Shipping Needed
    by Eric Schoon on November 27, 2020 at 10:24 am

    Shipping items during the holiday season is hardly predictable. If you didn’t get your orders in early then you may be dealing with late shipments or items being out of stock. But why deal with all that? After all, there are plenty of useful or entertaining gifts you can purchase for your friends and family that are completely digital—no shipping or hassle required.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Customize the Safari Start Page on Mac
    by Khamosh Pathak on November 27, 2020 at 9:30 am

    With a gray background and a couple of links, Safari’s start page is quite bland. But it doesn’t have to be! You can add more sections and change the background. Here’s how to customize the Safari start page on Mac.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Choose Which Extensions Appear on Your Edge Toolbar
    by Benj Edwards on November 27, 2020 at 9:00 am

    Extensions in Microsoft Edge can make your browser more useful or powerful. But sometimes you might not like icons for each extension taking up space on the toolbar. Here are two easy ways to manage which extension icons appear on your Edge toolbar.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • Using LiteDB in PowerShell 7
    by Adam Bertram on November 27, 2020 at 9:00 am

    LiteDB is a .NET native NoSQL embedded database. Built-in .NET, LiteDB is easily accessible to PowerShell and works wonderfully as a local and flexible database. Built-in encryption, SQL-like commands, and ACID-compliant with full transaction support LiteDB is simple and easy to use. In this article, we will talk about you can use LiteDB within PowerShell and potential use cases!Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • Gifting a Game Console? Don't Forget the Subscription!
    by Andrew Heinzman on November 27, 2020 at 9:00 am

    You were lucky enough to get your hands on a Nintendo Switch, a PlayStation 5, or an Xbox Series X/S. But before you call Christmas a wrap, you gotta grab a subscription for Switch Online, PlayStation Plus, or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. These subscriptions are the key to playing games with friends, and they come with cool perks like free games and discounts on new titles.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Trade Pokémon in ‘Pokémon Sword and Shield’
    by Joshalynne Finch on November 27, 2020 at 8:30 am

    If you’re looking to complete your Pokédex in Pokémon Sword and Shield, your friends can help you out. Once you’ve reached Route 2, you can begin trading with your friends (or random players) via Y-Comm.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • The Best Deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020
    by Andrew Heinzman on November 27, 2020 at 8:00 am

    Can you believe that it’s already Black Friday? Retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and Gamestop are running their best end-of-the-year deals this weekend, just in time for some hardcore Christmas shopping. So what are you waiting for? Scroll down and check out the hottest deals available on Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • The Best Deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020
    by Andrew Heinzman on November 27, 2020 at 8:00 am

    Can you believe that it’s already Black Friday? Retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and Gamestop are running their best end-of-the-year deals this weekend, just in time for some hardcore Christmas shopping. So what are you waiting for? Scroll down and check out the hottest deals available on Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Get All Your Amazon Packages on the Same Day
    by Benj Edwards on November 27, 2020 at 8:00 am

    If you place multiple orders on Amazon, but want to receive all your packages on the same day, try Amazon Day Delivery. Available for Prime members, this feature tells Amazon to deliver all your orders on the same day each week.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to use OSINT To Protect Your Organization
    by Dave McKay on November 27, 2020 at 8:00 am

    Organizations have a digital footprint and all their staff do, too. These footprints can contain a wealth of sensitive or weaponizable information. OSINT lets you see what the hackers can see.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • How to Get Apple’s Education Discount on a Mac or iPad
    by Chris Hoffman on November 27, 2020 at 6:40 am

    Are you a homeschool teacher, college student, parent of a college student, K-12 teacher, or faculty member? If so, Apple offers discounted Education Pricing on Macs and iPads. Here’s how to save some cash on your Apple hardware purchase.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • WizFile 3.00: massive update for fast file search tool
    by Martin Brinkmann on November 27, 2020 at 6:11 am

    The developer of the file search tool WizFile has released WizFile 3.00 to the public. The program was released in 2018 and you can check out our initial review of WizFile here and Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post WizFile 3.00: massive update for fast file search tool appeared first on gHacks Technology News.

  • How to Set Different Time Zones in Google Calendar
    by Ben Stockton on November 26, 2020 at 11:23 am

    Time might be constant, but your time zone doesn’t have to be. If you’re part of a global team, you might prefer to switch your time zone in Google Calendar to make sure you’re not missing important meetings or events.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • Holiday 2020: The Best Home Arcade Cabinets
    by Eric Schoon on November 26, 2020 at 11:23 am

    Who doesn’t love killing time in some classic arcade games? From Pac-Man to Marvel Vs. Capcom, these video games hold a special place in many people’s hearts. And while playing them on a console port is fine, playing them on a home arcade machine is so much better. So if you’ve got some arcade fanatics in your life, here are cabinets you can gift that don’t break the bank or eat up too much space. Plus, they look great anywhere—game room or otherwise.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Use Linked Text to Update Multiple Word Documents
    by Bryan Clark on November 26, 2020 at 10:24 am

    Microsoft Word makes it easy to add the same text to multiple documents. This is especially handy for text with special formatting, the kind of text that often breaks when pasting it into a new document. The time you find yourself changing the same details in a dozen documents, try this instead.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Make Sure a Deal Is Really a Deal
    by Andrew Heinzman on November 26, 2020 at 10:24 am

    While a deal or discount may look great at first glance, you can probably get an even better one. Whether it’s Prime Day, Black Friday, or a regular old Tuesday, a quick deal-check can save you some cash.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • What's Coming in PowerShell 7.1
    by Adam Bertram on November 26, 2020 at 10:00 am

    PowerShell 7.1 may not look like it has huge changes at first glance, but there is a lot more going on under the hood than one may expect. There are also a number of very useful features and tools that can enhance your scripting and help you develop even better scripts. PowerShell 7.1 was released on 11/11/2020 and is quickly becoming adopted by many in the IT community. This article goes into a number of improvements and enhancements but is by no means a comprehensive collection of all the […]

  • How to Automatically Hide or Show the Menu Bar on a Mac
    by Khamosh Pathak on November 26, 2020 at 9:30 am

    The Mac menu bar is constant. It’s always available at the top of the screen, with menus, Control Center, and utilities. But it doesn’t have to be. Here’s how to automatically hide or show the menu bar on Mac.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • When Buying Gifts, Don't Forget the Batteries and Cables
    by Suzanne Humphries on November 26, 2020 at 9:00 am

    The holiday shopping season is in full swing, but even if you were lucky to check off every item on your list, there are still a few accessories you might unwittingly be forgetting. Fortunately, we’ve rounded up a helpful list of the most common things you’ll need to power up your new electronics: batteries and cables.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Choose Which Extensions Appear on the Firefox Toolbar
    by Benj Edwards on November 26, 2020 at 9:00 am

    If you use extensions with Mozilla Firefox and would like to add or remove extension icons from the toolbar, it’s as easy as drag-and-drop using Mozilla’s Customize Firefox function. Or you can quickly remove an icon with a right-click. Here’s how to do it.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • Holiday 2020: 8 Subscription Boxes Perfect for Kids
    by Jill A. Chafin on November 26, 2020 at 9:00 am

    It’s the season of gift-giving, but why not treat your favorite kiddos to a gift that gives all year? Whether it’s a monthly recipe kit, a box of new books, or some cool science experiments, we’ve got something for everyone.Read This Article on LifeSavvy ›

  • Everything You Need to Automate Your Christmas Decorations
    by Josh Hendrickson on November 26, 2020 at 8:00 am

    Sleighbells ring, are you listenin’? Want to automate the things that glistenin’? A beautiful sight is smart Christmas lights that you don’t need to turn on all by hand. Parody songs aside, plugging in your Christmas lights, blowups, and other powered-decorations to turn them on is annoying. Here’s what you need to automate all your Christmas stuff this holiday season.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • AWS Adds Storage Lens, an Centralized Analytics Tool For S3 Buckets
    by Anthony Heddings on November 26, 2020 at 8:00 am

    Storage Lens is a new analytics tool for AWS’s Simple Storage Service (S3) that can help customers optimize their storage. Storage Lens can give you a great overview of your buckets, as well as provide useful insights into cost efficiency and data protection.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

  • How to Play Jackbox Games Online with Zoom
    by Joel Cornell on November 26, 2020 at 8:00 am

    The cool thing about Jackbox digital party games is only one person has to own and run them. To play with your friends and family, you can just share your screen with them on Zoom. They can then play the game via any browser on any smartphone, tablet, or computer.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • 10 Movies You Should Watch This Thanksgiving
    by Josh Bell on November 26, 2020 at 6:40 am

    Thanksgiving may not be what first comes to mind when people think of holiday-themed movies, but there are quite a few films that have tackled the fall holiday over the years. Here are 10 Thanksgiving movies that you can stream at home.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Stream the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
    by Josh Bell on November 26, 2020 at 6:28 am

    Instead of traveling along the streets of New York City, all of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade’s traditional floats, musical performers, and giant balloons will be condensed into a single location, in Manhattan’s Herald Square. Here’s how to stream the parade on Thursday, November 26, 2020.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Stream ‘A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving’
    by Josh Bell on November 26, 2020 at 4:04 am

    Since its 1973 premiere on CBS, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving has been a holiday TV staple. This year, after decades of airing on broadcast and cable channels, this special and other Peanuts animated short films moved exclusively to Apple TV+.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • EmuOS: run retro games and apps right in your browser
    by Martin Brinkmann on November 25, 2020 at 2:19 pm

    If you experienced the late DOS days or early Windows days first hand and want to relive that, or experience it for the first time, then you may want to hop over Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post EmuOS: run retro games and apps right in your browser appeared first on gHacks Technology News.

  • Cosmo, the Adorable Programable Robot Tank, Is Back From the Grave
    by Josh Hendrickson on November 25, 2020 at 1:58 pm

    Back in 2018, Anki released an adorable tank-like programable robot named Cosmo you could bring home. It followed Cosmo up with Vector, a robot with more character. And then Anki went bankrupt, killing the two robot’s personalities. But good news, a new company named Digital Dream Labs brought them back from the dead, and now it’s ready to take pre-orders for Cosmo 2.0.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • Awaken Your Avatar State With These Korra and Aang Bookends
    by Peter Cao on November 25, 2020 at 1:38 pm

    If you have a loved one who’s obsessed with the Legend of Korra or Avatar: The Last Airbender, here’s something you can get for them. Dark Horse Direct is making Aang and Korra bookends available for pre-order. Priced at $79.99 a pop, these figurines are expected to ship sometime between April and June of 2021.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

  • How to Opt-Out of Amazon Sidewalk
    by Christian Cooper on November 25, 2020 at 11:45 am

    Amazon Sidewalk is a wireless standard that has advantages over a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection. However, there are privacy concerns, as it enables your smart home devices (such as Echo and Alexa speakers) to communicate with others outside of your home. Here’s how to opt-out of Sidewalk.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Disable Blood Oxygen Monitoring on Apple Watch
    by Khamosh Pathak on November 25, 2020 at 11:23 am

    The Apple Watch Series 6 and newer come with blood oxygen monitoring. It even records blood oxygen levels in the background. Do you not use the feature and want to save battery life? Here’s how to disable blood oxygen monitoring on your Apple Watch.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • What Is Google Pay, and What Can You Do With It?
    by Joe Fedewa on November 25, 2020 at 10:24 am

    Everyone has a smartphone in their pocket these days, so it makes sense to use it to pay for things. That’s where mobile payment platforms like Google Pay come in. Google Pay is much more than that though. We’ll explain.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Disable Favicons in Safari on Mac
    by Khamosh Pathak on November 25, 2020 at 9:30 am

    For the past couple of years, Safari tabs featured a clean look with just the page title. With Safari 14.0 and higher, Apple shows website favicons in tabs. Don’t like this look? Here’s how to disable favicons in Safari on Mac.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Disable “Get Even More Out of Windows” on Windows 10
    by Benj Edwards on November 25, 2020 at 9:00 am

    Are you tired of Windows 10 bugging you with the “Get even more out of Windows” splash screen every time you update? It can be handy for some, but it also gets in the way. Here’s how to turn it off.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Stream the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
    by Josh Bell on November 25, 2020 at 8:30 am

    Instead of traveling along the streets of New York City, all of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade’s traditional floats, musical performers, and giant balloons will be condensed into a single location, in Manhattan’s Herald Square. Here’s how to stream the parade on Thursday, November 26, 2020.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to Kill Zombie Processes on Linux
    by Dave McKay on November 25, 2020 at 8:00 am

    Programs that are poorly written or performing badly can leave zombie processes lurking inside your Linux computer. Find out how zombies are created, and how you can finally lay them to rest.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

  • How to change the display brightness if Windows 10 does not let you
    by Martin Brinkmann on November 25, 2020 at 7:34 am

    There are plenty of ways to change the display brightness of a Windows 10 PC. What if some of these are not available? I ran into the issue the other day on Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post How to change the display brightness if Windows 10 does not let you appeared first on gHacks Technology News.

  • Control Internet traffic on your Windows device with NetLimiter
    by Martin Brinkmann on November 23, 2020 at 5:44 am

    NetLimiter is an Internet traffic control and monitoring tool for Microsoft Windows devices; our last review of the software dates back to 2008 and NetLimiter 2. A lot has changed since then Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Control Internet traffic on your Windows device with NetLimiter appeared first on gHacks Technology News.

  • Google extends Chrome support for Windows 7 until January 15, 2022
    by Martin Brinkmann on November 21, 2020 at 2:23 pm

    Google revealed this week that it decided to extend support for Google Chrome on Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system until at least January 15, 2022. Support for Windows 7 ended on January Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Google extends Chrome support for Windows 7 until January 15, 2022 appeared first on gHacks Technology News.

  • File Hash Checker is a lightweight program that can be used to check the integrity of files
    by Ashwin on November 20, 2020 at 3:29 pm

    Have you ever wondered if a file that you downloaded is safe, or if a backed up file is still working fine and not corrupt? Sometimes you may encounter errors when a Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post File Hash Checker is a lightweight program that can be used to check the integrity of files appeared first on gHacks Technology News.

  • Windows File Copy tool TeraCopy 3.5 is out
    by Martin Brinkmann on November 19, 2020 at 12:30 pm

    After the release of a beta version in August 2020, TeraCopy 3.5 Final is now available. TeraCopy is an advanced file transfer tool for Microsoft Windows and Mac devices that Tobey mentioned Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Windows File Copy tool TeraCopy 3.5 is out appeared first on gHacks Technology News.

  • Don't activate the "Let's Go" button in the Windows 10 Settings application
    by Martin Brinkmann on November 16, 2020 at 5:42 am

    If you have updated your copy of Windows 10 to a recent version, you may have noticed a new banner in the Settings application that is displayed at the top. The banner Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Don't activate the "Let's Go" button in the Windows 10 Settings application appeared first on gHacks Technology News.

  • Limit Office 365 Telemetry with this undocumented setting
    by Martin Brinkmann on November 15, 2020 at 3:24 pm

    Office 365, just like Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office and other Microsoft products collect and submit telemetry data to Microsoft servers by default. Only a few options to limit data collection are provided Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Limit Office 365 Telemetry with this undocumented setting appeared first on gHacks Technology News.