The Origins of Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V, Ctrl+X, and Ctrl+Z Explained

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A typical two hour movie, if traditionally shot on 35mm film and played back at 24 frames per second, requires a little over two miles worth of film for theater playback. You can figure out how much film a movie requires by simply multiplying the run time in minutes by 90.

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A typical two hour movie, if traditionally shot on 35mm film and played back at 24 frames per second, requires a little over two miles worth of film for theater playback. You can figure out how much film a movie requires by simply multiplying the run time in minutes by 90.

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The Origins of Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V, Ctrl+X, and Ctrl+Z Explained

We use them dozens of times a day: The Ctrl+Z, Ctrl+X, Ctrl+C, and Ctrl+V shortcuts that trigger Undo, Cut, Copy, and Paste. But where did they come from, and why does Windows use those particular keys for those functions? We’ll explain. Read More »

How to Set Up Android’s Guest Mode

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Save Up to 23% On Roborock’s New Q Series Robot Vacuums

While you’d expect allergens to run rampant outside your home during spring and summer, plenty of dust mites, pollen grains, pet dander, and other irritants also make it into your hallowed halls. Your home’s air filtration system gets a lot of these out of the air, but what about all the debris that gets left behind in your carpet? Roborock has the solution with its new Q series robot vacuums, which go on sale starting today. Read More »

AMD’s Ryzen 7000 Series Are the First 5nm Desktop CPUs Ever

AMD has been on a roll with its desktop and laptop CPUs in recent years, even as Intel catches up with its 11th and 12th-gen Core processors. Today the company revealed the Ryzen 7000 series of chips, marking another massive leap forward. Read More »

How to Check Word Count in Google Docs

Whether an essay for school, article for a blog, or description for a product, your document’s word count might be essential. You can check the word count in Google Docs easily and in a few different ways, including a keyboard shortcut. Read More »

The Best Mobile Hotspots of 2022

Mobile hotspots are nifty little gadgets that can keep you connected on the go. They share a cellular data connection over Wi-Fi with nearby devices. Check out our handpicked recommendations to find the best one for you. Read More »

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How Fast Should My Computer’s CPU Be?

Your processor should be fast enough to handle your usage, but determining how fast that is can be tricky. From browsing the internet to online gaming, your computer’s CPU speed can make a huge impact on how it performs. Read More »

Dear Android Users, iMessage Is Better Than You Think

As a long-time Android user, I have a confession to make. I like iMessage. I never understood why it was a big deal, but I almost immediately realized how wrong I was. You might be underestimating it too. Read More »

Your iPhone Pro Has LiDAR: 7 Cool Things You Can Do With It

Some high-end iPhone and iPad models have a LiDAR scanner integrated into the camera module on the back of the device. This effectively gives your device 3D scanning abilities with a few unique and interesting applications. Read More »

This Aluminum Foil Trick Can Make Your Grill Spotless

You probably deep cleaned your grill earlier this spring, but giving it a quick spruce up between cookouts is also a good idea—and you don’t even need a grill brush to do it. Read More »

Here's Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of May 23, 2022

There has been no shortage of quality content on Netflix this month. This week, though, one of the services’ biggest releases of 2022 is finally here. Read More »

Twinkly Flex Review: An LED Light Strip You Won't Want to Hide

These days your options are almost endless for RGB LED light strips. You can pick up a cheap set in various lengths for under $20. However, they’re typically meant to be hidden behind your TV, furniture, or under kitchen cabinets and out of sight. Read More »

How You Can Get Banned on Twitch as a Streamer

Streaming on Twitch is a great way to connect with your fans and build a following, but you must follow the rules of the platform. Failing to do so could result in a permanent loss of your streaming and Twitch privileges. Read More »


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If you’ve shopped for a computer monitor lately, you’ve probably seen retailers touting their ultrawide monitors. So is the immersive experience they offer worth the premium price, and can they boost your productivity? Let’s find out. Read More »




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How to Install MetaMask in Your Web Browser

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