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In 1983, Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal was the highest-grossing box office release for the year in both France and Japan.

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Happy Wednesday! General Motors has officially kicked off its effort to install 40,000 EV chargers across the United States and Canada. Hopefully, there will be many more places to power up EVs within the next few years.

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TODAY'S TOP STORY Browser Slow? How to Make Google Chrome Fast Again

Google Chrome is a very popular browser despite being infamously greedy with your computer’s resources. If you feel like Chrome is starting to get slow, there are a few things you can do to speed it up again. Read More »

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Proton Drive was officially launched last September, but it has been missing one key component — a mobile app. Finally, there are iPhone and Android apps for the secure cloud storage service. Read More »

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Did you get a bunch of new electronics for Black Friday? Then you probably noticed how hard it was to unplug all of your old devices when trying to swap them out. How do wires get so tangled, anyway? There are many cable organization solutions, but one of the best would be Velcro’s cable ties.

These ties are easy to use. Grab your wires, loop the velcro on itself, and they’ll all be secured. Better yet, the ties are easy to undo when you need to replace a wire. At just $9 for 100 of them, you can get all your cables organized for cheap.

Have a Snow Blower? This Tool Will Keep You Out of the ER

Every year thousands of people in the United States end up in the emergency room with serious injuries due to snow blower accidents. Using this simple tool would prevent most of those visits. Read More »

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT 25 Awesome Board Game Stocking Stuffers for Under $25 in 2022

You don’t need a massive budget or a massive table to enjoy these games. Here are twenty-five really fun games you can slip into a stocking without breaking the bank. Read More »

Slash 30% Off Acronis’ Robust Backup and Cybersecurity Tool

In today’s tech-driven world, few things are more important than securing your online presence. Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office provides an all-inclusive solution for protecting your data, keeping your applications and systems safe, and maintaining reliable back-up and recovery services. Read More »

Microsoft Teams Wants to Replace Your Group Chats

Microsoft Teams started out as a communication tool for workplaces, but it’s slowly expanding to personal use, too. Teams is now rolling out a ‘Communities’ feature, which works a bit like Facebook Groups or large group chats. Read More »

Save a Cool $20 on Apple’s Latest AirPods Pro Headphones Now

Never deal with tangled and frayed wires again with Apple’s AirPods Pro wireless earbuds. Now available for only $229.99 ($20 off), this pair of comfortable, rechargeable buds is the latest version, released in September 2022 to provide listeners with improved noise cancellation, battery life, and more. Read More »

10 Quick Steps to Increase PC Performance

We live in the future. Your living room speaker turns on the coffee pot, a robot vacuums the house, and the thermostat knows when you get home. But even in this amazing era of automation, your PC still needs some manual help when it slows down. Read More »

Frustrated with Sluggish Windows Performance? Audit Your Startup Programs Now

You can wipe Windows and start fresh or even buy new hardware, but before you go to extremes, sit down and audit your startup programs to speed up your Windows PC. Read More »

GM Is Installing 40,000 EV Chargers Across the USA and Canada

Infrastructure is still a challenge with electric cars: despite a steady increase in charging stations, they are still vastly outnumbered by gas stations. General Motors is hoping to change that with a new initiative. Read More »

How to Show Windows 10’s Hidden Floating Performance Panels

Want to see live-updating resource usage stats from your system’s CPU, memory, disk, network, or GPU? Windows 10 has some hidden built-in perfomance monitors that can help. You can even have Windows show always-on-top FPS. Read More »

The Best Smart Light Bulbs of 2022

Smart light bulbs can supercharge your home’s ambiance and security with options to set light temperatures, brightness levels, schedules, and more right from your smartphone or smart home hub. Read More »

Save Big for Christmas With These LEGO Deals

LEGO is one of the most iconic toys available, and it’s also wallet shatteringly expensive. Even second-hand LEGO can cost a lot, so fans may want to take advantage of sets going on sale. Walmart currently has a few of LEGO’s sets on offer at a discount rate ahead of Christmas. Read More »

The Best Smart Lights of 2022

Smart lights are not just a way to add extra convenience to illuminating interior and exterior spaces. They’re an opportunity to reduce energy consumption and create a personalized ambiance. Read More »


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How to See How Much RAM Is In Your PC (and Its Speed)

Your computer’s RAM (random-access memory) is the speedy short-term memory the PC uses for running applications and open files. The more RAM your computer has, the more you can do at once. Here’s how to check how much your system has installed. Read More »




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The 25 Best Tech Gifts Under $100 for 2022

Not every tech gift has to be a jet pack that costs more than your house. Plenty of respectable gadgets under $100 are ideal for those in your life who deserve gifts less than $100. That covers generous $99.95 gifts, and those joke presents you buy for that secret Santa thing at work you can’t get out of. Read More »


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How to Use Windows 11 With a Local Account

Windows 11 is notoriously picky about how it is installed. Among other things, Windows 11 requires that you use a Microsoft account when you install it. Here’s how you can avoid using a Microsoft account while installing Windows 11 or convert an existing Microsoft account into a local one. Read More »

Do You Really Need G-Sync or FreeSync on a Monitor?

If you’re in the market for a gaming monitor, in particular, you have the option of buying a model with G-Sync or FreeSync support. These features can attract a higher price, but are G-Sync and FreeSync worth it, and do you really need either of them? Read More »

8 Tips to Improve Your Wi-Fi Signal

Wi-Fi is the backbone of the home internet experience and if you’re not getting a strong signal between your router and your phone, smart TV, or other devices, then you’re not having a good time. Here’s how to improve your Wi-Fi experience. Read More »

iRobot Roomba j7+ Review: Cleans Well but Lacks Some Advanced Features

Roomba is back with a model that can handle mopping, in addition to its vacuuming, complete with its own self-emptying dust bin. The iRobot Roomba j7+ is a hybrid unit that can pull double duty to clean floors, although it won’t empty its dirty water or refill clean water by itself. Read More »

Linux Mint 21.1 “Vera” Now in Beta: Here’s What’s New

Linux Mint is one of the most popular desktop Linux distributions around, and version 21 was released earlier this year. The next update, a minor release, is now available for beta testing. Read More »

The Cooler Master Gaming Pod May Cause Your Friends to Worry

If there’s a flaw with gaming chairs, it’s that they still let you move around, don’t look like they’re about to swallow you whole, and allow the real world to somewhat exist in the periphery. Fortunately, Cooler Master is solving those issues with a new gaming pod/orb that may cause your family to wonder if someone’s checked on you lately. Read More »

How to Fix a Blurry Screen in Windows 11

A blurry or fuzzy screen can make using the Windows 11 desktop and your applications a miserable experience. Fortunately, there are a few things you can try to fix the problem, from changing settings to updating your drivers. Read More »

Google Chrome Has New Search Bar Filters

Chrome’s address bar is already feature-packed, with the ability to search for pages, history items, bookmarks, data from extensions, and much more. Google is now making it easier to filter results with special shortcuts. Read More »

5 Science Fiction Movies That Actually Have Science Fiction in Them

Many modern science fiction movies tend to use the veneer of science fiction as a way to plug plotholes or feature elaborate explosions and action. There’s always a time-travel portal to stand in as the deus ex machina, and some advanced robot or alien who only seems interested in killing everyone. Read More »

How to Turn Off Animations and Make Windows 10 Seem Faster

Windows 10 fades and window animations are pure eye candy, but waiting for them to load can make your PC seem a bit slow. If you’d like an instant response, you can disable Windows 10’s animations for a snappier desktop experience. Read More »

How to See All Your Saved Wi-Fi Passwords on Windows 10

Windows remembers every Wi-Fi password you’ve ever used. That’s how it reconnects to those networks. Here’s how you can view the saved password of any network you’ve ever connected to on your Windows PC. Read More »

How to Access Windows 10’s Hidden Power User Menu

There’s a neat menu, often called the Power User or WinX menu, that’s hidden on the Windows 10 desktop. Whatever you prefer to call it, this menu is extremely useful. Here’s what it is and how to find it. Read More »


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