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10/25/2021
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Green Hills Forever: Windows XP Is 20 Years Old

Did You Know?: In the United States, the name for the letter Z is pronounced like “zee”, but in the rest of the English speaking world it is pronounced like “zed”. Read in Browser Logo for How-To Geek
10/24/2021
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What Does "IANAD" Mean, and How Do I Use It?

Did You Know?: The iconic 1960 horror film, Little Shop of Horrors, was filmed over a mere two days and one night. Read in Browser Logo for How-To Geek October 24, 2021 Did You Know? The iconic 1960
10/23/2021
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How to Use Cinematic Mode to Shoot Better Video on iPhone

Did You Know?: The last rivet for the Empire State Building was solid gold and hammered into place by former New York governor Al Smith. Read in Browser Logo for How-To Geek October 23, 2021 Did You
10/22/2021
16 : 34

ULED TVs Explained (and Why the 2021 MacBook Pros Are for Pros This Time)

Did You Know?: If it feels like the number of products offered in grocery stores has skyrocketed over the course of your life, you're not wrong. Between 1975 and 2008, the number of products found
10/21/2021
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The Oculus Quest 2 Is Great, and It's the Future of VR

Did You Know?: Heavy vocal shifting using Auto-Tune processing software is nicknamed the “Cher Effect” because of its use in (and commercial success of) Cher's popular 1998 song “Believe”. Read in
10/20/2021
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Multimedia Mania: Windows Media Player Turns 30

Did You Know?: The Secret Service was created on July 5, 1865. Although this was mere months after the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, the original mission of the Secret Service was to
10/19/2021
16 : 34

What's New in Chrome 95, Available Today

Did You Know?: Not only is Frank Oz a talented puppeteer and voice actor (among many iconic roles, he was both the puppeteer and voice of Yoda), he's also a talented director, having directed
10/18/2021
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What Are Computer Files and Folders?

Did You Know?: Mosquitoes have a measurable preference for people with type O blood. Read in Browser Logo for How-To Geek October 18, 2021 Did You Know? Mosquitoes have a measurable preference for
10/17/2021
16 : 34

What Does "SRSLY" Mean, and How Do You Use It?

Did You Know?: The tallest cactus species in the world is the Pachycereus pringlei, also known as the Mexican giant cardon or elephant cactus, which can reach heights of up to 63 feet (19.2 meters).
10/16/2021
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Your iPhone Pro Has LiDAR: 7 Cool Things You Can Do With It

Did You Know?: The idea that all vegetables are healthier when eaten raw has little basis in science. Many vegetables, such as spinach, carrots, mushrooms, peppers, and more, are significantly more
10/15/2021
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The First Commercial Video Game: How It Looked 50 Years Ago

Did You Know?: Nintendo didn't end support for the Nintendo Entertainment System until 2007—24 years after it was first released. Read in Browser Logo for How-To Geek October 15, 2021 Did You Know?
10/14/2021
16 : 34

5 Ways Windows 11's Taskbar Is Worse Than Windows 10's

Did You Know?: Canadian actress Pamela Anderson was born at 4:08 AM on July 1, 1967, making her the first baby born on the 100th anniversary of Canada's independence from Britain and earning her
10/14/2021
9 : 44

The Modern PC Archetype: Use a 1970s Xerox Alto in Your Browser

Did You Know?: Norway has won more gold medals at the Winter Olympic Games than any other country. Read in Browser Logo for How-To Geek October 12, 2021 Did You Know? Norway has won more gold medals at
10/14/2021
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Windows 11's Latest Update Makes the AMD CPU Problem Worse

Did You Know?: 3 Musketeers candy bars used to have three flavored pieces in each bar: vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry. Rising costs and wartime restrictions on sugar led to the phasing out of the