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Cheap and cheerful computer soundbar – review geek

Rating: 7/10 ? 1 – Absolute hot garbage 2 – Sorta lukewarm garbage 3 – Heavily defective design 4 – Some advantages, many disadvantages 5 – Acceptable imperfectly 6 – Good enough for that Sale 7 – Great, but not the best in class 8 – Fantastic, with a few footnotes 9 – Shut up and take my money [19659004] …

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Coming Soon: Use incognito mode on Google Maps to keep your location search and navigation completely private. «Smartphones :: Gadget Hacks

With the keynote address for Google I / O 2019 out of the way, there were plenty of news and highlights from the event. Google's big concern this year is privacy and security. One of these features is a private incognito search mode for the Maps app, much like the Chrome browser and the YouTube app currently can. According to …

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To add accessibility to Google Chrome

If you're having trouble reading text on websites, seeing specific colors, or suffering from dyslexia, Google Chrome provides accessibility. You manage them individually through various Chrome extensions available in the Web Store. Official Google Accessibility Enhancements Google has four official accessibility enhancements that you can add to your browser through the Chrome Web Store: Color Enhancer : A customizable color …

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Creating a color-coded legend in PowerPoint

Charts and graphs have little meaning if the audience does not know what each section of the image represents. Adding a color-coded legend is the perfect way to keep your audience informed. Inserting a Chart in PowerPoint The first step is to create a graphic that represents the data trends that you want to display. Luckily, PowerPoint includes various graphics …

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Prime One-Day is introduced as machines replace the workers

Amazon recently announced that all Prime members will switch from free two-day shipping to one-day free shipping during 2019. As it turns out, some customers are already bumping to send a day for free, as The Verge states. While it will logically take a while for Amazon to provide free one-day shipping to all customers – especially rural customers who …

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How to link your Fitbit to Amazon Alexa

Ever wanted to check your Fitbit for how many steps you took, but your hands were busy with rinse water? Or maybe you have already had breakfast and would like to know how you slept the night before, but your hands are covered with raw protein. Amazon's Alexa Language Assistant lets you retrieve the data freehand. We'll show you how …

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How to Edit Text Files Graphically on Linux with gedit

Linux users typically edit configuration files with terminal-based tools such as nano and vim . If you want to graphically edit a file – even a system file – you can edit it easily and effortlessly with the text editor gedit . Files, files everywhere A frequently repeated sentence on Linux and other Unix operating systems -based operating systems like …

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