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How to Change Your Email Address Without Screwing Everything Up

When you move in the real world, you usually fill out a change of address form with the post office, and boom!—your mail appears at your new home. Changing your email address isn’t quite that simple. Whether you’re leaving an outdated service, moving to a new job, or simply want to get rid of the […]

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How to Pre-order Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7, Surface Laptop 3, and Surface Pro X

Microsoft is launching a bunch of new Surface products over the next few weeks: The Surface Pro X, Surface Pro 7, and new Surface Laptop 3. Each device comes in multiple models with varying specs, prices, and release dates, but all of them can be pre-ordered right now.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Use Excel’s Xlookup, the Newer and More Powerful Vlookup

I still remember the first day I figured out how to run a vlookup command in Excel; I was sitting at my coffee table wondering what the point of this silly little command was. Once I realized its power, I never went back. As a business analyst at Stanford University, I turned to vlookup constantly […]

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How to Use Excel’s Xlookup, the Newer and More Powerful Vlookup

I still remember the first day I figured out how to run a vlookup command in Excel; I was sitting at my coffee table wondering what the point of this silly little command was. Once I realized its power, I never went back. As a business analyst at Stanford University, I turned to vlookup constantly […]

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How to Use Excel’s Xlookup, the Newer and More Powerful Vlookup

I still remember the first day I figured out how to run a vlookup command in Excel; I was sitting at my coffee table wondering what the point of this silly little command was. Once I realized its power, I never went back. As a business analyst at Stanford University, I turned to vlookup constantly […]

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Video Game Companies Vow Action On Climate Change, But Critics Say They Need To Do More

Within a couple generations, after climate change has more visibly ravaged the Earth, the easiest way for humanity to interact with lush forests and icy glaciers might be video games. It’s a bleak, maybe science-fiction potential future, but not an improbable one; according to some analyses, we have just 12 years to…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Smash Bros. Creator Just Made “Xbox” Trend On Twitter In Japan

During a special Nintendo Direct for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Masahiro Sakurai introduced the Banjo-Kazooie DLC. Not only does he want you to get that, but he would also like you to play the original game on Xbox.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Now’s the Best Time to Try Microsoft’s Chromium-Based Edge Browser

Microsoft’s speedy Chromium-based Edge browser has been available in both developer and canary builds (not mention leaked versions) for months. Now that the company has officially launched a more stable “beta” channel of the browser, you might want to finally take the plunge and give Edge a try.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Do Not Install Your Microsoft Surface’s August Firmware Updates (for Now)

If you own one of Microsoft’s latest Surface devices—the Surface Book 2 or Surface Pro 6—you’ll want to pause Windows Updates for a little while, because Microsoft’s latest firmware could absolutely tank your system’s performance. If your laptop is already hosed, however, we have a few ideas for how you can fix it.Read more… Continue […]

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Do Not Install Your Microsoft Surface’s August Firmware Updates (for Now)

If you own one of Microsoft’s latest Surface devices—the Surface Book 2 or Surface Pro 6—you’ll want to pause Windows Updates for a little while, because Microsoft’s latest firmware could absolutely tank your system’s performance. If your laptop is already hosed, however, we have a few ideas for how you can fix it. Read more…

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How to Get Early Access to New OneDrive Features

Microsoft’s OneDrive is a great cloud-storage service for Windows 10 users, but there’s a way to make it even better. In the same way that joining the Windows Insider program lets you preview new Windows 10 features, opting into the OneDrive preview program can grant you early access to new OneDrive features—like…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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How to Get Early Access to New OneDrive Features

Microsoft’s OneDrive is a great cloud-storage service for Windows 10 users, but there’s a way to make it even better. In the same way that joining the Windows Insider program lets you preview new Windows 10 features, opting into the OneDrive preview program can grant you early access to new OneDrive features—like…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Consider Buying Microsoft Office Before It Becomes a Subscription Service

The good news: You can still buy a standalone version of Microsoft Office (for now) instead of paying Microsoft regular money for a subscription. The bad news, however, is that you can no longer get a super-cheap, one-off copy of Office via Microsoft’s Home Use Program.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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The Best Ways to Get Windows 10 for Free

Even Zune-clutching Windows loyalists have to admit that Mac owners have it pretty great—at least, they do now. Apple hasn’t charged for macOS, nor macOS updates, for years. Of course, you need to buy your computer from Apple to use macOS (pretty much), but at least the operating system is free.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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