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Posted June 22, 2017 by

How to Delete All Photos on iPhone

How to Delete All Photos on iPhone

One of iPhone’s primary functions is that it serves as a handy camera. For the average user who owns an iPhone and a digital camera, there is a good chance that the iPhone has more photos than the camera. As much as you love the photos on your iPhone, the time will come when you need to let go of them. Whether you are running out of space, want to put your selfie game to rest, or want to erase photos off of your iPhone, this tutorial will guide you through how to delete all photos on iPhone

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Category Apple iPhone, iPad

Posted June 21, 2017 by

How to Set Up Trusted Contacts on Facebook

How to Set Up Trusted Contacts on Facebook

We now live in a world where we use social media to chronicle our lives. Facebook is one of the sites where you store a lot of information, memories, and files. Ensuring that you have full control over your Facebook account is a must if you want to keep your data safe and secure. Aside from using complex passwords to protect your account against unauthorized entries, you should also have a backup plan in case you get locked out of your account. Trusted Contacts on Facebook is a good way to regain access to your account. This tutorial explains all the steps you need to set up the Trusted Contacts feature on Facebook.

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Category Apps, Facebook

Posted June 20, 2017 by

Execute WITH RESULT SETS Feature in SQL Server

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With the introduction of SQL Server 2012, a useful feature was included: EXECUTE WITH RESULT SETS. This feature allows us to modify the column names and column data types of the result sets returned by a stored procedure without actually modifying the stored procedure code.

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Posted June 14, 2017 by

How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication on Facebook

Enable 2-Factor Authentication 2FA on Facebook

Because of the internet security issues that have been in the news recently, keeping your internet accounts as safe as possible is always a good idea. You can add an extra layer of protection to your Facebook account by enabling two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication is a security feature that requires you to verify the authenticity of a login attempt by asking for information to which only you have access. This is in addition to the usual username and password needed to log in to your account. The feature is aptly called 2FA, and it will prevent unauthorized access to your account whenever there is s breach in security such as when someone, for some reason, obtains your username and password. This tutorial will show you how to enable two-factor authentication on Facebook.

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Category Apps, Facebook, Security

Posted June 7, 2017 by

How to Take Screenshots on Samsung Galaxy S8

How to Screenshot on Samsung Galaxyv S8

The Galaxy S8 is Samsung’s most anticipated phone for 2017. S8 is the first Samsung Galaxy phone not to have a physical Home button, creating an almost bezel-to-bezel display. The larger, sexier screen makes the phone eye candy – a gorgeous device that had everyone talking at its launch. However, for those who regularly use the screenshot feature on their phones, there may be one concern: How does one take screenshots on Samsung Galaxy S8? This tutorial answers that question.

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Category Android

Posted June 5, 2017 by

Creating an Index with DROP_EXISTING = ON in SQL Server

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Creating an index in SQL Server is a moderately simple task that improves the query performance. We can create a clustered as well as a non-clustered index which can be either unique or non-unique as per requirement.

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Posted June 3, 2017 by

How to Use Samsung Galaxy S8 as a Computer

Turn Samsung S8 into a Computer

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is Samsung’s first phone to support a monitor, mouse, and keyboard. Basically, your Galaxy S8 acts as a central processing unit (CPU) that accepts input from a mouse and keyboard and projects the output onto a screen through a monitor. Think of the Galaxy S8 as the combination of a phone and Chromebook. This tutorial will explain how to transform your phone from a handheld device to a desktop using a mouse and keyboard and a larger display screen.

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Category Android

Posted May 30, 2017 by

How to Prevent Your Facebook Account from Being Hacked

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In order to secure your Facebook account, you should consider using the two-factor authentication feature. With the feature enabled, every time your account is accessed from an unknown device, Facebook will ask for a 6-digit dynamic code which must be entered before anyone can log in. The code is sent to your phone number. Because your phone is with you most of the time, no one else should be able to get the 6-digit code, and your account will remain safe from unauthorized accesses even if your password is compromised.

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Category Facebook, Internet

Posted May 29, 2017 by

How to Use the TRY_CAST Function in SQL Server

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The TRY_CAST function in SQL Server is used to cast value from its existing data type to a specified target data type. This occurs only if the operation is successful. It returns NULL if the conversion fails. TRY_CAST is an extended version of the CAST function. This tutorial explains how to use TRY_CAST in SQL Server.

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Posted May 24, 2017 by

Give Access to Gmail Without Sharing the Password

Grant Access to GMail without Sharing Passwords

There is a little-known feature for Gmail that allows you to share access to your email account without sharing your password. Google terms this feature “mail delegation.” A person called a delegate can help you manage your email messages. Delegates can reply to an email message, read and delete messages, and manage contacts on your Google account. This tutorial will teach you how to give access to Gmail without sharing the password.

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Category Google, Internet