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Posted November 15, 2014 by

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Intel Locations in Mission 1: Induction

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Similar to previous installments of the Call of Duty series, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has hidden intel in each mission. Because these items are often placed in concealed areas in the game, finding and collecting them could take a lot of time. This tutorial will show you the exact location of each intel in Mission 1: Induction so that you can collect them easily.

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Posted November 15, 2014 by

How to Search for Files and Docs on Windows 10

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Searching for files by name and by the contents of the files on Windows 10 is a bit different from Windows 8. Keep reading to find out more about the changes.

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Category Windows 10

Posted November 14, 2014 by

Use Dual Monitors with Windows 10

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Since most people have a digital TV, why not plug yours into your laptop and have two monitors, just like a stockbroker or programmer?  You can work on one screen and move an item to the another when you need to read two items at once. This greatly increases your productivity and comfort.  Also, for people with impaired vision, using a TV as a monitor helps them read the screen more easily.

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Category Windows 10

Posted November 11, 2014 by

How Do I Jailbreak My iPhone 6 and Other iOS 8 and 8.1 Devices?

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With the introduction of iPhone 6 comes iPhone’s new operating system, iOS 8. During the early years of iPhone, it took a few months, after the introduction of a new firmware, before the device could be jailbroken. Now, it only takes a few days for the Pangu team to release the tool that is used to jailbreak newer versions of iOS, such as iOS 8 and iOS 8.1. Here is how to jailbreak the latest firmware for iPhone using Pangu 8.

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Posted November 11, 2014 by

How Do I Set Medical ID on My iPhone 6 for Personal Emergencies?

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iPhone 6 has a feature called Medical ID that allows you to enter information about yourself that can be useful during medical emergencies. This includes the name and phone number of a family member or friend that you want to be contacted in the event that you have a medical crisis. Based on your preference, you can choose to have this information accessible from your lock screen so that those responding to your medical needs can view the emergency card without unlocking your phone’s screen. Read on to learn how to set up Medical ID on your iPhone 6.

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Posted November 10, 2014 by

How Do I Turn My MacBook’s Screen to Grayscale Mode?

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Colorful, flashy advertisements or poor color combinations on websites can strain your eyes if you look at them for a long time. If you often suffer from eyestrain after sitting for hours in front of your laptop, switching the screen to grayscale mode, which forces the screen to display everything in black and white, will keep your eyes from wearing out quickly. Here is how to activate this feature on a MacBook without the help of third-party apps.

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Category Apple Mac

Posted November 8, 2014 by

How Do I Block Ad Cookies and Data Brokers on Windows?

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If you saw this 60 Minutes report on CBS (Click on the YouTube video below to view.), then you know that data brokers are robbing and selling your private data. They use cookies, GPS, the serial number of your SIM card, data that they buy from retailers, and analytics to correlate your IP address with your email. They also use your cell phone number to determine your name, address, medical history, sexual orientation, determine if you suffer from alcoholism or depression, or have filed for bankruptcy and provide this information to markets or employers.

Here is how you can stop all of that, at least on a PC, by blocking access to these companies’ systems, thus preventing them from communicating with cookies placed on your computer in order to download your personal data. This approach works on Windows and Mac, but on Android you cannot update the hosts file unless the device is rooted. On iOS, you can install the Disconnect app mentioned on the 60 Minutes broadcast.

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Category Windows 10

Posted November 7, 2014 by

How Do I Record My iPhone or iPad Screen Without Jailbreaking?

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If one of your friends needs help troubleshooting problems on his iPhone and you cannot meet him in person, sending a video to him explaining how to fix the issues would be helpful. Here’s how you can do it without jailbreaking your device.

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Posted November 6, 2014 by

How Do I Take Wide Selfies Using My Galaxy Note 4?

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One of the more popular uses of smartphones is their ability to capture photos instantly and conveniently. The presence of a front camera on phones allows users to take photos of themselves while seeing the results on the front screen. This gave birth to the term “selfie.” One common problem with taking selfies is that you may not be able to extend your hand far enough to include more than a couple of people in a photo. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has the solution for that: introducing Wide Selfie Mode.

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Posted November 6, 2014 by

Keep Hackers from Stealing Your iTunes or iCloud Password

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Apple devices sync your data to iCloud by default. You have one password for your iTunes account, iCloud, and your Apple devices.  If someone hacks your Apple password, they can copy your documents and photos from iCloud and purchase music and videos with your account. However, if you turn on two-factor authentication, a hacker cannot log in to your account because he would need the code that Apple sends to your cell phone or Apple device.

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Category Apple Mac