How to Read Message Headers in Outlook

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Phishing and other email scams are on the rise. One of the best ways to identify scam emails is to examine the email header for detailed information about the sender. Here’s how to do that in Outlook. Outlook itself provides a basic view of email headers. If that’s not enough, […]

Windows 10 Is Getting Built-In Support for Network Cameras

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Network cameras have existed since before the Wyze Cam and Nest Cam. They send their data over your local network rather than relying on a cloud service. Now, Insider builds of Windows 10 20H1 have built-in support for these cameras. These are also known as IP-based cameras, as they send video […]

How to Block Senders in Mail App on iPhone and iPad

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Khamosh Pathak Keep getting added to annoying email threads that spam filters just won’t catch? Use the new Block Sender feature in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 to automatically archive new email from a particular sender in the Apple Mail app. How to Block a Sender from Mail iOS 13 and […]

How to Disable Interactive Pop-Up Ads on Your Roku TV

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AhmadDanialZulhilmi/Shutterstock.com Roku TVs are now displaying pop-up advertisements over commercials on live TV. Whether you’re watching cable TV or free OTA channels via an antenna, you’ll see an occasional Roku advertisement above a commercial. Here’s how to disable them. These ads were first spotted by Cord Cutters News. An advertisement […]

Wi-Fi vs. ZigBee and Z-Wave: Which Is Better?

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zhu difeng/Shutterstock For most of the modern smarthome era, ZigBee and Z-Wave have been the dominant communication protocols. But now, Wi-Fi is a strong contender, and more Wi-Fi smart gadgets arrive every day. So, which should you use? The answer is complicated. Wi-Fi Is Taking Over the World We’ve written a […]

What Does “FWIW” Mean, and How Do You Use It?

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fizkes/Shutterstock While FWIW isn’t the most popular piece of slang on the internet, it routinely finds its way into Twitter posts, message boards, and chat rooms. But what does FWIW mean, where’d it come from, and how do you use it? For What It’s Worth FWIW means “for what it’s […]

How to Turn on Two-Factor Authentication for Twitter

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Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is a great security tool as it makes it harder for attackers to break into your account. Most apps make it pretty easy to turn on 2FA, and Twitter is no exception. Here’s how to enable it. To begin, you’ll need to be logged in to your Twitter […]

How to Import Data from Another Google Sheet

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Should you need to import data from another spreadsheet in Google Sheets, you can do it a couple of ways. Whether you want to pull the data from another sheet in the file or an entirely different spreadsheet, here’s how. Import Data from Another Sheet This first method requires you […]

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