Windows users may find many features that are meant to make our lives easier can sometimes become a royal pain. One of Windows OS's common "shortcut" mishaps is the accidental triggering of its Aero Shake feature. Learn how to disable this annoyance with these steps. … [Read more...] about How To Disable Shake To Minimize in Windows 10
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As today’s society grows more interconnected, more people become increasingly aware and data privacy concerns become a rather prevalent issue. Confirmed by The Pew Research Center, 62-63% of Americans believe it's impossible to avoid data collection by the government and different companies. In a society where an unknown answer means “Google it,” large companies and government … [Read more...] about What Data Privacy Means For The Future of Advertising
Slack is a communication app that brings coworkers and groups alike together into one workspace. With all of its communication tools in one place, it helps remote teams to stay productive wherever they may be working. The Slack app can be used online, downloaded to your desktop and mobile platforms, and customized to fit your user identity. … [Read more...] about Customizing Your Slack User Interface
Besides helping Gmail apps run efficiently, syncing data allows you to use your Gmail account between devices seamlessly. With auto-sync, you no longer have to transfer data manually, saving you time and making sure that essential data is backed up to another device. The Gmail app syncs data automatically into data clouds so you can access information off of any device at any … [Read more...] about Turning Off Auto-Sync Data in Gmail Apps
Sound dampening is the process of reducing the volume of sound. The main approaches to dampening sound are to increase distance, use noise barriers, use dampening structures, and to use active anti-noise. The use of distance in making a sound appear quieter is obvious, but the other methods are less self-explanatory. … [Read more...] about What Is Sound Dampening?
Gamma calibration seems like something that should be left to NASA or even "Star Trek," but Google Pixel 4XL users know very well that gamma calibration is the cause of their screen tinting problems. Ever since Google released its new Pixel lineup in 2019, 4XL users have reported the presence of a green-tinted screen whenever their phone is set to a low light level. The … [Read more...] about Troubleshooting Green Tinting on Google Pixel 4XL Phones
GitHub is an online platform owned by Microsoft used for hosting code. It is used for version control and collaboration and lets developers work on a project at the same time from anywhere. On GitHub, developers can easily create repositories that are usually used to organize projects. These repositories can contain folders, files, images, videos, spreadsheets, data sets, or … [Read more...] about Marking File As Viewed in GitHub App
In computers, there are two distinct processors, a CPU, and a GPU. A CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is the main core of a computer, it processes the vast majority of the data needed to run the computer. A GPU or Graphics Processing Unit is a secondary processor that is used primarily for graphics processing. … [Read more...] about What’s the difference between CPUs and GPUs?
Hyperloop is a conceptual mode of transportation proposed by Elon Musk, that would see relatively small pods travel through airtight tubes that have been partially evacuated of air. By traveling in a reduced pressure environment, you can achieve and maintain speeds near the speed of sound much more easily than in open air, allowing for energy-efficient and rapid transport over … [Read more...] about What is Hyperloop?
Blu-ray is the modern form of optical media that is used for movies. It advertises support from higher resolutions, and other extra features such as HDR support over DVD. But the actual differences between the DVD and Blu-ray formats are often less well explained and understood. … [Read more...] about How Is Blu-Ray Different From DVD?