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Windows 10 QuickTip #5 Zoom in and Zoom out on Your Web Browser

It is a very simple task to zoom in and out on your computer and will help you tremendously at reading or seeing whatever you need How To: Locate the Ctrl key on your keyboard. It will look the picture included down below. Zoom In You will want to press the ctrl and the + key on your keyboard to zoom. The key is located at the top near the backspace key or if you have a numpad included with your keyboard you can locate it on the numpad.

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Windows 10 QuickTip #4 Backup Your Windows PC for Free with OneDrive

How to: If you are logged into your microsoft account on windows already you can follow this step first, if not then you will need to sign in first. On the bottom right of your screen you will see a white cloud. Right click the white cloud and click “settings”. You will see see a tab called Backup, click on that and then you will be able to check boxes if you want to backup photos, videos, and screenshots automatically.

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Windows 10 QuickTip #3 Backup Your Windows PC for Free with Google Backup and Sync

How to: Open up a browser and go to google, type in backup and sync google. It should be the first link available for you to click. After you click on the link there will be a download button to click. Click that and accept to download it. Once it is downloaded then run the program. Once the program is running you will click “get started” then you will login to your google account.

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How To Enable Screensavers On Windows 10

History: Screensavers were allegedly written for the original IBM PC by John Socha December 1983. Screensavers were originally designed to protect computer monitors from phosphor burn-in. Early CRT monitors, particularly monochrome ones, had problems with the same image being displayed for a long time.⠀ Screensavers are often set up to offer a basic layer of security, by requiring a password to re-access the device. Some screensavers use the otherwise unused computer resources to do useful work, such as processing for distributed computing projects.

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How to Enable Clipboard History in Windows 10

How to enable clipboard history so that you can copy multiple things to your clipboard! Just click on your windows start menu and then search “clipboard settings” After you click that then you will be able to click and turn on clipboard history! Once clipboard history is on then you can press your windows key + V as a shortcut and it will open it up! If you do not understand the term clipboard for windows it’s where it saves whatever you copied to it.

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Windows 10 QuickTip #2 Free Up Disk Drive Space by enabling Storage Sense

Today we are going to be using Storage Sense to clear some space to make more room! 1. Just click on the start menu and then click on the gear icon. This will take you into the settings. Then you can go to system, scroll down on the left side to Storage. You will see all your drives in there but you will want to scroll down until you see “Storage Sense”.

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Windows 10 Quick Tip #1: Customize Your Taskbar

Today we are going to be customizing our Windows Taskbar to gain a little more space to work. We are first going to get rid of the people icon because no one really uses that and it will open a little space. Just right click the taskbar and select “Show people on the taskbar” this will then take it off and if you right click the taskbar again you will see it is no longer checked.

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Proxmox Remove Node from Cluster

Proxmox clusters can be very usefull. But sometimes you need to remove a node from a cluser for one reason or another. It could be that the hardware is getting old and you need to replace it with a new machine. In this video I walk you though all the steps needed to remove a node from a Proxmox cluser. If you enjoyed this video, please click the like button, and share it on your favorite social networking platform (Facebook, Twitter, etc)

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Proxmox Can't Live Migrate without with local disks option

Migrating virtual machine from one Proxmox node to another (within the same cluster). When I tried using the GUI to migrate I received an error. It complained about needing the “with local disk option”. In this video, I show you how to get around that error. Below is the command line needed to migrate. 106 is the number of the virtual machine and pve2 is the name of the Proxmox node you will be migrating to.

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Best Budget Security System 2019

In this video, I go over the best budget #security system of 2019. I’m showing you #cameras with 1080p HD video display, fields of view at 120 degrees or above, and the ability to zoom in for some great detail. The system will have two-way audio, which allows the user to speak to the person they’re recording, and night vision. Cameras have both cloud and local storage. You’re already on Facebook, right?

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Essential Waterproof Beach Tech

In this video, I will show you a few essential waterproof gear you will want to use this summer at the pool or the beach. You’re already on Facebook, right? This is the perfect place for anyone who has any tech-related questions, comments, concerns or news…or just want to nerd out in an extremely beneficial and satisfying intelligent conversation with one of our computer techs. Sometimes we have small questions and we don’t necessarily want to call a tech right away.

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Sharing large files with Send Firefox for free!

Have you ever been frustrated by your email service telling you the file you are trying to send is too large. I have a solution for this technology headache. Firefox Send (send.firefox.com) Firefox Send lets you share files with end-to-end encryption and a link that automatically expires. So you can keep what you share private and make sure your stuff doesn’t stay online forever. This website allows you to share up to 2.

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Windows Tips and My Favorite Password Manager

In this video, I will show you a few cool tips and tricks for Windows 10 that you wish you knew earlier and my favorite password manager. Bonus: Security Tip If you’re using the same password over and over and over again, it’s about time you stop. Here’s how you can start securing your accounts — it’s a lot easier than you’d think.

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