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Make Tech Easier 02/26/2020 11:25
Maybe on your online quests for entertainment you have run into some CBR and CBZ files. After some more clicks, you might have found that those are the two most popular formats for the online distribution of comics and graphic novels. But why? Is there any point in having two more formats on top of everything else, and how can they be used? A bit of history Back in the ancient days of computing, when people were exchanging comics through newsgroups, each page was stored and transferred as a single file, a single image. As connection speeds and storage capabilities improved, those individual pages got...
Make Tech Easier 02/25/2020 11:25
Thumbnail sheets are typical image files containing frames from a video. Video thumbnail sheets originate from photo sheets that were more popular around a decade ago when people were still printing their photographs. Just like photo sheets acted as previews for the pictures in films and SD cards back then, the thumbnail sheets we see here work as a preview for a video file. They’re easier and quicker to flip through to check a video’s content and quality instead of opening it in a media player to “scan it” from start to finish. Thankfully, you don’t have to extract specific frames...
Make Tech Easier 02/25/2020 01:25
Microsoft has a long and entertaining history of hiding easter eggs, secret games and other oddities in its operating systems. Who can forget Hall of Tortured Souls in Microsoft Office in Windows 95, or Pinball in Word 97? Windows 10 isn’t quite as playful as previous iterations, phasing easter eggs out since it began its Trustworthy Computing Initiative in 2002. But there are still a few hidden surprises here and there. Here are our favorite easter eggs and secrets hiding in Windows 10. 1. Doom’s Dedicated Port It took a few years for the hit first-person shooter Doom to come to Windows platforms, but when...
Make Tech Easier 02/24/2020 20:25
The “hitman” scam is probably one of the oldest ways that people extorted money on the internet. However, there’s one particular thing that sets it apart from all its brethren: The gravity it presents involves an alleged attempt on the life of the victim. Though it may not seem serious (it counts as junk email after all), this particular unique aspect makes hitman scams something very few people deal with appropriately. It’s important to understand what hitman scams look like, why they’re so effective, and what people can (and should) do about them. What Is a Hitman Scam? ...
Make Tech Easier 02/24/2020 15:25
There’s no denying the trend to do computing via a tablet instead of a laptop. They can increasingly do more and more, enabling not just casual users to phase out their old laptops, especially the Apple iPad, a device that now even has its own OS. It’s now being offered at an incredible $80 off, making it a great time to make the switch. The iPad being offered at this huge discount is the current iPad, released in 2019. Make note that the news that it’s available for such a huge discount could mean that an updated version is being released...
Make Tech Easier 02/23/2020 17:25
No matter which browser you use, you can always count on the problem of having too many tabs open. The good news is that companies like Google know this and are proactively helping to solve this pain point. Enter “Tab Groups” and a better way of organizing and labeling your existing tabs. As the de facto leader in web browsing, Google did not wait for its competitors to come up with better ideas. How do you enable Tab Groups in Chrome? Let us walk you through the quick and easy steps. Turn on Tab Grouping As the Tab Groups feature remains under development and is...
Make Tech Easier 02/22/2020 15:25
Whenever you boot up your PC, Windows 10 loads up a bunch of so-called startup programs that open at the same time as the operating system. Some are first-party programs like Windows Defender and OneDrive; others are third-party software that you’ve installed on your PC. These programs are controlled through a startup folder on your Windows 10 PC. Here we’re going to show you where to find and control what’s in that folder (for all users as well as for the signed-in user). By default, the Windows 10 Startup folder for all users is “C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\StartUp.” You can also access the Startup folder by...
Make Tech Easier 02/22/2020 11:25
One of Android’s most liked feature is the ability to take a full-page screenshot. This is a lot more convenient than taking multiple screenshots of a single page, which is what iOS users have been doing for a long time. Fortunately, in iOS 13, Apple has included the feature to take a full page screenshot, which can then be saved as a PDF file and shared or saved locally on your device. The feature to take full page screenshots is only available on devices running the latest version of iOS. Also, it only works in the Safari web browser right...
Make Tech Easier 02/22/2020 01:25
Since people are attracted to shops and restaurants with free Wi-Fi, it’s becoming even more common for businesses to offer it. But how safe are these public Wi-Fi networks really? The rule in the past has always been to stay off public Wi-Fi. It’s dangerous. But today, with the large-scale use of HTTPS encryption on most websites, more public awareness of the risks, and tools that protect your device from hackers, the rule about avoiding all public Wi-Fi may be a bit outdated. There are two different kinds of Wi-Fi you will encounter. Open Wi-Fi networks don’t...
Make Tech Easier 02/21/2020 20:25
One of the most frustrating things on a computer is trying to view a file that you just cannot open. This is especially true for Photoshop files on Mac computers that do not have Photoshop installed. You might think there is no solution outside of some “less than trustworthy” third-party websites that claim to help. The good news is that there are some solutions that are easier than you might think. Let’s jump right into the best ways to view a Photoshop file on a Mac without Photoshop being installed. Related: The Best Photoshop Alternatives for Mac in 2019 ...
Make Tech Easier 02/21/2020 15:25
Wouldn’t it be great to be able to always have clean floors without having to lift a finger? Believe it or not, you can have that option, all for less than $125 with the Lexvss Pureatic V2 Robot Vacuum Cleaner. This robot vacuum is powered by a 4400mAh high-capacity Li-ion battery. This rechargeable battery allows for 100 minutes of powerful suction cleaning. When the time runs out, it will auto-return to its charger. The Pureatic V2 is ultra-then, designed to avoid stacking parts. The low-profile body will fit under furniture and into every nook and cranny, easily fitting...
Make Tech Easier 02/21/2020 13:25
As malware becomes more targeted on key organizations, we’re seeing more sensitive groups be singled out for attacks. Recently, the Israeli Defense Force suffered a wave of attacks after Hamas used malware to infiltrate its system. How did the infection get in, and what does Hamas’s malware do? How the Infection Spread The infection was spread using a catfishing campaign. Members of Hamas made attractive female profiles on social media and used them to talk to Israeli soldiers. They’d claim to be immigrants to the region, which allowed them to use basic Hebrew without raising suspicion. They’d also...
Make Tech Easier 02/21/2020 11:25
Chrome OS forks are quite popular with regular laptop users. If you’re not happy with an older computer, use one of these forks to convert it to a Chromebook device. FydeOS (formerly Flint OS) is an open-source, cloud-driven operating system from China that offers similar browser-like computing experience as any other Chromium OS. Although aimed at the Chinese market, anyone can use this faster and simpler operating system. Despite limitations, such as an inability to support Play Store apps (in non-Chinese languages), FydeOS is ahead of its time and can be considered a near replica of Chrome OS. ...
Make Tech Easier 02/21/2020 01:25
It’s easy to keep on top of your reading list when everything is on your phone. Whether you’re at home or on the train, you can pull up a book and resume reading from where you were. If you want to get started with eBooks, it’s a good idea to pick an app that suits your needs best. Listed below are the best eBook reader apps available for iOS and Android. 1. Amazon Kindle Available On: Android, iOS Did you know that the Internet megastore started its life selling books? These days,...
Make Tech Easier 02/20/2020 20:25
Contacts are an extremely important component of any smartphone or device, helping you keep in touch with all of your friends, family members and colleagues. However, we often come across cases where people forget to back up their contacts and lose them all in case of a data loss or accidental reset. Luckily, with iOS, all your contacts are backed up to iCloud, and you can easily restore them to your devices. Previously, restoring contacts involved connecting your device to a PC or Mac running iTunes and restoring it using a iTunes backup. This would usually be a hit-or-miss method. Now,...
Make Tech Easier 02/20/2020 15:25
There’s no doubt that the iPad sits above other tablets as far as popularity, but it can also be extremely expensive. If you’re looking to spend a fraction of the cost, an Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet is a wise choice. Making it even more attractive, it’s selling at 25 percent off currently. Despite its cheaper price, the Fire 8 tablet has a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and offers 50 percent more RAM than the Fire 7. The battery will give you up to 10 hours of mixed use. The Fire 8 has two times the internal storage...
Make Tech Easier 02/20/2020 13:25
This is a sponsored article and was made possible by Vankyo. The actual contents and opinions are the sole views of the author who maintains editorial independence even when a post is sponsored. After years of video projectors being uniformly high-end, big-ticket items, in recent years the lower ends of the market (where the likes of you and I shop) are becoming more densely populated with choice. There are many companies selling full HD projectors with high lumen bulbs and crisp, large screen sizes for not too much money. Obviously when a technology becomes affordable, yet not cheap,...
Make Tech Easier 02/20/2020 11:25
On your working Linux system, let’s say you have a file nested within multiple layers of directories. In order to easily access that file, you wish to create a shortcut for that file on your desktop. It is possible to use symlink (also known as soft link). There is also another form of link known as the hard link. In this article we will explain the differences between soft and hard links and take a look at which one you should use. Soft vs. Hard links A soft link, or symlink, is just a symbolic link. It is...
Make Tech Easier 02/20/2020 01:25
The new Microsoft Edge Chromium browser is similar to Google Chrome in many ways, but there is one feature that may give it a leg up on Chrome for some users. This feature is the ability to create collections. Collections are similar in some ways to a favorites folder, but it’s more than just a list of links. Instead, the collections display in a pane on your browser window. It displays images and text to help you remember what was on that site instead of having to guess and click until you find the page you wanted. You...
Make Tech Easier 02/19/2020 20:25
If your entertainment horizons extend beyond your own language, you know that only a select few foreign movies and series end up dubbed. For the rest, you have to rely on subtitles. Unfortunately, the vast majority of subtitles are created by hobbyists, based on their version of a video that could be different than yours. Thus, they wouldn’t play in sync with your video. Until recently, you would either have to find different subtitles, wait for someone to create one, or synchronize them yourself. Now, smart tools like SubSync (Subtitle Speech Synchronizer) can do it automatically in less than five clicks....

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