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  • Google Home Routines: How to put them to use
    by Jared Newman on October 9, 2018 at 10:00 am

    How to use Google Home Routines for automation and shortcuts. […]

  • Excel’s top 12 most popular formulas with examples
    by JD Sartain on October 2, 2018 at 9:45 am

    Excel has over 475 formulas in its Functions Library, from simple mathematics to very complex statistical, logical, and engineering tasks such as IF statements (one of our perennial favorite stories); AND, OR, NOT functions; COUNT, AVERAGE, and MIN/MAX.The basic functions covered below are the top 12 most popular formulas in Excel. To help you learn, we've also provided a spreadsheet with all the formula examples we cover below.  download Excel's top 12 most popular formulas: Examples This workbook has a tab for each popular formula covered in this article, with example data. 1. TODAY/NOW There are 24 Date and Time functions listed on the drop-down menu under Formulas > Date & Time: 11 Date formats, 10 Time formats, and as many user-defined custom formats you can create. The TODAY function reveals the current month, day, and year; while the NOW function reveals the current month, day, year, and time of day. This is a handy function if you’re one of those individuals who always forgets to date your work.To read this article in full, please click her […]

  • CrashPlan alternatives: What home users can do, from staying put to exploring other services
    by Jon L. Jacobi, Melissa Riofrio on September 25, 2018 at 9:37 pm

    It's really happening: CrashPlan is closing its personal backup service completely—yes, parent company Code42 is shutting down the servers—on October 23, 2018. If you’re still clinging to your CrashPlan account, now’s the time to figure out your next move.We'll walk you through the major options. For full details, go to Code42’s CrashPlan transition support page.Option 1: Migrate to CrashPlan for Small Business You needn't leave CrashPlan at all if you migrate your account from CrashPlan for Home to CrashPlan for Small Business. Code42 is offering a 75-percent discount to migrating users for the first 12 months. After that, the Small Business Plan costs $10 per device per month.To read this article in full, please click her […]

  • Browse safely with Windows Device Application Guard
    on September 18, 2018 at 9:38 pm

    Windows 10 contains a hidden, free Web browser called Windows Device Application Guard (WDAG) for secure browsing. Here's how to use it, and what it can and can't do. […]

  • How to remove ads and Special Offers from your Kindle or Kindle Fire
    by Melissa Riofrio on September 17, 2018 at 10:29 am

    If your Kindle has ads or “Special Offers” showing onscreen, it’s because you made a deal. You chose to save money on your Kindle’s purchase price by accepting the “With Special Offers” discount. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but now you’re sick of the ads.The good news: You can back out of this deal. The bad news: It’s going to cost you. Why does my Kindle have Special Offers?  You might not have given this much thought when you bought your Kindle, but Amazon offers a lower price for the E-reader if you accept Special Offers. As Amazon explains, “If your Fire tablet or Kindle e-reader includes Special Offers, you’ll receive Sponsored Screensavers and special offers, including personalized advertising, from Amazon directly on your device.”To read this article in full, please click her […]

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