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How to Set Up Two-Step Verification in WhatsApp

Two-step verification is an important security protocol that is becoming more popular. Instead of just needing a password, you need your password and something else to log in to your account. This makes it much harder for attackers.

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How to Mount Your TV to the Wall

Mounting your TV to the wall is not only a great way to save space, but it also looks nice and clean. However, there’s a little more to it than just buying a wall mount and screwing in your TV. Here are a handful of things you should know when it comes to mounting your TV to the wall.

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Geek Trivia: The Largest Canyon In Our Solar System Is On?

The Largest Canyon In Our Solar System Is On?

  1. Venus
  2. Earth
  3. Neptune
  4. Mars

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What Is PlayStation Vue, and Can It Replace Your Cable Subscription?

Getting away from traditional TV service is becoming more and more popular, with streaming TV services leading the charge. Today we’re going to take a closer look at Sony’s take on TV streaming: PlayStation Vue.

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Geek Trivia: The Water Jets Under The Space Shuttle Launch Pad Aren’t For Cooling, But?

The Water Jets Under The Space Shuttle Launch Pad Aren’t For Cooling, But?

  1. Pollution Control
  2. Humidity Creation
  3. Sound Dampening
  4. Fire Suppression

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How to View CBR and CBZ Comic Books in Calibre

If you use Calibre, the veritable Swiss Army knife of ebook management, you might not realize it can also view and organize digital comic books—though it’s a little janky out of the box.

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How to Configure a Proxy Server on a Chromebook

Chromebooks, Chromeboxes, and other Chrome OS devices allow you to set a proxy server through which you can route your traffic.This may be required to access the Internet on some networks—for example, on business or school networks.

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