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  • How to Use Pandora on Linux
    by Dan Price on April 20, 2018 at 9:30 am

    If you have a subscription to Pandora’s One service, you can download a desktop client for your Windows or Mac computer. You can also find apps for Android and iOS, as well as a Windows modern app in the Microsoft Store. But if you’re a Linux user, you’re out of luck. There’s no official Pandora app for the operating system. However, there’s a workaround you can use. Called Pithos, the app is much less resource-intensive than the web version of Pandora. It runs on Ubuntu, Fedora, and Arch Linux, and can also be installed via Flathub as a Flatpak. Let’s...Read the full article: How to Use Pandora on Linux […]

  • How to Hide Your Last Name on LinkedIn
    by Saikat Basu on April 20, 2018 at 8:30 am

    To take full advantage of LinkedIn, you have to be honest—but this non-anonymity of LinkedIn is what makes it a dream destination for identity thieves. That’s why you should be careful to who you let in and who you show your profile to. It’s always best to hide your personal details from those not directly connected to you. One of LinkedIn’s security settings allows you to hide your last name from those who aren’t connected to you (i.e. second- and third-degree connections), and you should take advantage to boost your privacy. How to Hide Your Last Name on LinkedIn On LinkedIn, your...Read the full article: How to Hide Your Last Name on LinkedIn […]

  • How to Create Shortcuts to Registry Keys in Windows
    by Ben Stegner on April 20, 2018 at 7:30 am

    While you can perform plenty of tweaks without it, experienced Windows users know that modifying the Registry can unlock many new features in Windows. And while the Registry gives you a lot of control over your system, it’s not the easiest utility to navigate. If you often edit the Registry, chances are that you’ll find yourself visiting similar paths often. With a free utility called Registry Shortcuts, you can quickly jump to your most-visited Registry keys. Just remember to be careful in the Registry so you don’t mess anything up. How to Create Shortcuts to Registry Keys in Windows Visit...Read the full article: How to Create Shortcuts to Registry Keys in Windows […]

  • The Beginner’s Guide to Comments in Microsoft Excel
    by Lori Kaufman on April 19, 2018 at 8:00 pm

    Whether you’re creating an Excel workbook for yourself or collaborating on a spreadsheet with others, comments are useful for many reasons. You should master the ways to manage them when you begin your Excel training. Consider these four uses: Set reminders for yourself of tasks you need to do on the worksheet. Add notes for yourself or others. Explain a formula in a cell. Clarify how to use certain parts of the worksheet. Today we’re going to cover some of the basics for working with comments in Excel. Add a Comment to a Cell To add a comment to a...Read the full article: The Beginner’s Guide to Comments in Microsoft Exc […]

  • 3 Unique Mac Dock Replacements You Should Try
    by Tim Brookes on April 19, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    Your Mac’s dock is probably a lot older than you think. It’s been a defining feature of the Mac experience since OS X 10.0, graduating from humble beginnings as part of the NeXTSTEP and OpenStep platforms of the 80s and 90s. Unlike Microsoft’s Start menu, Apple’s dock hasn’t changed much in the last 20 years. That’s great, assuming you’re fond of Apple’s simplified approach to application management. But if you’re not a fan of the dock in its current form, you can customize it or replace it with one of these apps. 1. uBar uBar is the premier dock replacement...Read the full article: 3 Unique Mac Dock Replacements You Should Try […]

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