1. How to Clone a Hard Drive in Windows 10

    How to Clone a Hard Drive in Windows 10

    Cloning a hard drive comes with several benefits that make it an easy way to get the most out of your storage solutions. Cloning allows you to create a 1-to-1 copy of your hard drive, which is useful when you need to backup or transfer data. Even better, it also allows you to copy over your Windows 10 installation with your preferences and settings completely intact.

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  2. What is USB-C?

    What is USB-C?

    For years, many have wondered if there would ever be a single, universal port that would work with a variety of devices. Over the past few decades, the ways we’ve stored and transferred data has changed greatly, from floppy disks to flash drives.

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  3. WiFi Tethering - How to Use Your Phone as a Mobile Hotspot

    WiFi Tethering - How to Use Your Phone as a Mobile Hotspot

    We’ve all been there. You need reliable WiFi to finish a work assignment, play Fortnite with your friends, or stream a new movie, but you can’t get a good connection. Did you know that your phone has a powerful feature called WiFi tethering that makes it possible for you to connect to an online network?

    In this guide, we outline how you can use WiFi tethering to connect to your phone’s cellular network, as well as how the mobile hotspot function works and what kind of data plan you should have to use it.

    Picking the right data plan for a mobile hotspot device

    Before you begin the process of connecting to a hotspot, you should be

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  4. What is Screen Mirroring?

    What is screen mirroring

    Have you heard of the term “screen mirroring?” While it may sound complicated, it’s relatively simple to do and opens up opportunities for device owners to share gaming experiences, presentations, and even movies on other screens. It’s changing the way we view media and makes it more accessible for those with small or outdated devices. Here’s everything you need to know about how to screen mirror your Windows device.

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  5. DisplayPort vs HDMI: Which is Better?

    DisplayPort vs HDMI: Which is Better?

    In the world of audio/video ports, two connectors reign supreme: DisplayPort and HDMI. While they’re both used to connect a PC to an external monitor or device, the nitty-gritty details are what make them suitable for very different purposes.

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  6. How to Send a Fax

    How to Send a Fax

    While standalone fax machines aren't something many homeowners or even small businesses own these days, the need to send a fax still exists. What happens if you need to send one right away? How can you use your multifunction HP printer to get the job done? Learn how to send a fax with this easy step-by-step guide.

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  7. What’s the Difference Between USB-C vs Thunderbolt 3?

    usb-c vs thunderbolt 4

    Thankfully, with the creation of USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 technology, the two are now largely interchangeable. While there are some key differences between Thunderbolt and USB-C, there’s mostly good news on this front. USB-C cables are now entirely compatible with Thunderbolt ports, and USB-C ports are compatible with Thunderbolt cables.

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  8. How to Set Up a Virtual Private Network (VPN)

    how to setup a vpn

    With data breaches happening so frequently, consumers and corporations alike are taking action to protect themselves online. VPNs have become an essential security tool in the tech world. In this “How-To” article we’re telling you what you should know about choosing a VPN provider, and how to set up your VPN to your Windows 10 operating system.

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  9. Intel Optane Memory: What is It and Why Do You Need It?

    what is intel optane memory

    When browsing solid state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs), an Intel® Optane™ motherboard is one choice you might encounter. Not sure what Intel Optane means or what benefits it offers? Then this article is for you. Here we clarify this advanced memory system, including a definition of what it is, how it works, and why you might want it for your computing experience.

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  10. Print Basics: RGB Versus CMYK

    Print Basics: RGB Versus CMYK

    The colors on your website don’t quite match your business cards. Your latest flyers are clashing with your trade booth banners. And your promotional video is looking decidedly washed out on your client’s monitor.

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