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The corona pandemic is now in its third year, so many former commuters are already working from home for the third year. Even people who are back in the office a few days a week are often working from home more than before the pandemic began. If your Wi-Fi is dropping, slowing down, or cutting…

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Windows 11 comes with significantly less bloatware than Windows 10 — but that doesn’t mean it’s perfect. There are plenty of pesky features right out of the box that most people won’t like on a new Windows 11 PC, although thankfully, Candy Crush is not one of them. Disable Sticky Keys popup This helpful message…

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Since 2013, singles from across the country — some recommended by matchmakers or dating coaches, others by a high SEO ranking on Google — have enlisted the help of photographer German Marin to capture natural-looking profile pictures they don’t hate. “Most of my clients don’t know how to take photos,” he says. “I like working…

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Ever since the advent of technology, scammers have been using the decentralized and immutable nature of blockchain to scam crypto investors. And according to the latest FBI scam report, scammers are using fake crypto apps to steal funds from unsuspecting crypto investors. It shows that American investors lost about $42.7 million to scammers through fake…

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Don’t forget important meetings or tasks – send yourself an email reminder with Microsoft Power Automate. Image: PhotoGranary/Adobe Stock Most of us can’t remember every time-sensitive task, so we use alarms to remind us of deadlines. For example, you can send a monthly sales report to your boss once a month using a flow. To…

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Councilor Julie Won has issued a list of “land use principles” she said she will apply to new projects in her district that require council-approved changes to the city’s zoning code — including a controversial proposal to build a 3,000-unit complex in southern Astoria. Adi Talwar Corner of 35th Avenue and 38th Street in Queens…

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By the time they get through high school, most students are pretty used to the transition from summer to high school. But the start of your studies brings with it completely new challenges. First-year college students must take on additional responsibilities, such as For example, how much time they spend in class, how to manage…

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3 players will encounter sand dunes that are initially inaccessible, but here’s how to traverse them to reach new areas. in the xenoblade chronicles 3, Players can unlock multiple traversal abilities that help the party get through specific areas. As players explore the vast open world of Xenoblade Chronicles 3they’ll come across things…

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In much of the country, high school athletic practices begin amid a brutally hot summer. With rising temperatures, heat illnesses become an increasing risk for athletes, especially in the first weeks of training. We asked Susan Yeargin, a co-author of the National Athletic Trainers Association statement on heat illness, to explain the risks and what…

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If you share Apple devices with other people, you might not want your iPhone notes synced to them via iCloud. Here’s how to prevent that. Many of us take notes on our iPhones for many different reasons: to create checklists, jot down notes and numbers quickly, or to jot down something personal. In most cases,…

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