It's Time to Stop Dual-Booting Linux and Windows (Plus: Smart Thermostat Tips)

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Polaroid discontinued production of its iconic instant “integral film” in 2008, 36 years after essentially creating the instant film market with the 1972 introduction of the Polaroid SX-70 camera.

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Happy Thursday! Microsoft is making it harder to dual-boot Windows with another operating system (like Linux), so it might finally be time to move Windows to its own drive on your PC.

Mozilla also just released Firefox 103, which works better with high refresh rate monitors and Mac computers. Speaking of web browsers, the new visual search feature in Microsoft Edge is causing headaches for both Edge users and web developers.

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What Is umask in Linux, and How Do You Use It?

In Linux, all directories and files have access permissions. You can use chmod to set your preferred access rights for different users. But what decides their┬ádefault┬ápermissions? Let’s talk about umask. Read More »

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Looking to get more motivated with your workouts? These smart dumbbells might help! You might wonder exactly what these 2.5lb weights do—essentially, they can track your movement, give you workout timers and plans, and record it all via an app. Essentially, it takes the guesswork out of your workout and lets you just get going without thinking about what you need to do.

Currently, these pink dumbbells are $20 off, so you can give them a try for even less!

Microsoft Edge’s New Search Feature Is Frustrating Everyone

The current iteration of Microsoft Edge started out as a great browser based on the Chromium engine, but over time, Microsoft has added more and more bloat. Now there’s another new feature that doesn’t seem to be popular: visual search. Read More »

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT 7 Roku Features You Should Be Using

Roku devices are well known for being easy to use—that’s one of the main reasons why they’re so popular. That doesn’t mean they can’t do a lot of cool things, though. We’ll show you some features you should use. Read More »

How to Find Constellations in the Sky With Your Phone

A star-studded night sky is a beautiful sight to behold. You might think a glowing rectangle would ruin the experience—and it can—but it can also enhance it. Finding constellations is easy with the right app. Read More »

AMD Graphics Cards Can Now Filter Background Mic Noise, Too

NVIDIA offers a Broadcast app for PCs with GeForce graphics that, among other features, uses machine learning to remove background noise on your microphone. Finally, people with AMD graphics can join the fun. Read More »

The Best Android Camera Phones of 2022

Looking to up your photo game? A new, camera-focused smartphone will do wonders for your social media pictures. These are the best Android camera phones that will make sunsets sparkle, food look irresistible, and nighttime landscapes dazzle—no matter your budget! Read More »

Strategy Favorite ‘Command & Conquer’ Storms Onto GeForce NOW

This week’s big GeForce NOW release is for real-time strategy (RTS) fans. A remastered version of the mid-90’s classic Command & Conquer is making its first-ever cloud gaming debut, making it playable on Mac, iPad, PC, Chromebook, Android, and even smart TVs. Joining it are three more new titles and five Epic Game Store additions, all playable starting today. Read More »

How Long Can an HDMI Cable Be?

Long HDMI cables can come in handy in various situations, from setting up a home theater to connecting digital signage. But is there a limit to HDMI cable length? Here’s everything you need to know. Read More »

How to Use YouTube Picture-in-Picture on iPhone

YouTube on Android has had picture-in-picture support for several years, but the iPhone app lagged behind. That finally changed, and you can now watch YouTube in a tiny floating window on your iPhone or iPad, too. Read More »

The 12 Best Ways to Customize Your Mac’s Desktop

Lots of Macs desktops look the same, but there are a lot of things you can do to make it feel like your own. This includes everything from changing the appearance and placement of items to modifying the way macOS feels and behaves. Read More »

NZXT Signal HD60 Capture Card Review: An Impressive Newcomer

For the past decade, Elgato has been a market leader when it comes to capture cards, providing several options for low-latency, high-quality broadcasting. NZXT’s Signal HD60 may be a newcomer, but this little powerhouse proves formidable competition for already well-established companies. Read More »

1MORE Evo True Wireless Review: Great Sound for the Money

Bluetooth headphones aren’t exactly known for hi-fi audio, mainly thanks to the limited bandwidth. The 1MORE Evo True Wireless earbuds aim to deliver as close to audiophile sound as you’ll find in a mid-tier earbud, combining hi-res codecs with active noise cancelling and eye-catching design. Read More »


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How to Automate Docker Container Updates With Watchtower

Watchtower solves the common problem of how to update running Docker containers when a new image releases. Watchtower automatically “watches” your containers, periodically polls for new versions of their images, and restarts them so they’re running the new release. Read More »




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If you’re looking for the best VPN for torrenting, privacy, bypassing censorship, staying anonymous online, getting around geographic restrictions, or just location shifting, you’ve got a lot of confusing choices. Keep reading as we help you pick the right VPN for you. Read More »

It’s Time to Stop Dual-Booting Linux and Windows

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The Complete Guide to Creating Symbolic Links (aka Symlinks) on Windows

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