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How to Enable or Disable Hardware Acceleration in Discord

When you’re playing a game, the last thing you want is a dropping frame rate. If Discord is taxing out your CPU in the background,…

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How to Use Microsoft Outlook as an RSS Feed Reader

RSS feeds are great for getting alerted to new articles on your favorite sites. But your personal time shouldn’t be taken up with reading work…

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How to Export and Delete Saved Passwords in Chrome

Google Chrome’s built-in password manager is better than nothing, but it’s not the most secure. If you’re planning to move to a dedicated password manager,…

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What We’re Watching: Let’s Watch ‘Star Trek: Voyager’ Again to Remember Janeway

Every so often, Star Trek goes mainstream again, and that means movies, tv shows, and more. But this time, it’s a little different; we’re getting a Star Trek cartoon…

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This Hero Made a Playable ‘Pong’ Icon for the macOS Dock

Why play a fullscreen game when you can do everything from the macOS Dock? iOS engineer Neil Sardesai recently showed off a version of Pong…

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How to Sign out of All Devices on Spotify at Once

While there isn’t a device limit for Spotify subscribers, it’s a good practice to sign out of devices you’re no longer using. If you no…

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Norway Now Has the World’s Longest Electric Ferry, the Bastø Electric

Electric vehicles don’t have to be limited to the roads. In fact, the world’s longest electric ferry—dubbed the MF Bastø Electric—just debuted in Norway, and…

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How to Find Your Family and Friends Using Google Maps

Google Maps can give you peace of mind when it comes to your loved ones. Whether it’s a school-aged child or an elderly family member,…

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Survive the Apocalypse with This Raspberry Pi-Powered Doomsday Communicator

Why spend the apocalypse in darkness when you could send Pi-powered telegrams to a friend? Bobricius and ARMACHAT recently revealed the Raspberry Pi PICOmputer, a…

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How to Reduce Background Noise in iMovie on Mac

The audio quality in a home video leaves something to be desired. A normal microphone will capture a lot of background audio, and the speech…

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