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How to Disable Google Analytics in the Nintendo Switch eShop

Following system update 11.0.0, Nintendo includes an option in the Switch eShop to disable sharing of data with Google Analytics in regions other than Europe and Australia. Although it is not yet clear if this represents a serious privacy issue, some users might prefer to disable it. Here’s how.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

Saturn and Jupiter Will Align on December 21 as 'Christmas Star'

Saturn and Jupiter, the two largest planets in our solar system, are about to align in a way that we haven’t seen since the Middle Ages. On December 21, the beginning of the winter solstice, the two planets will align in such a way that they’ll look like a double planet to anyone anywhere on Earth.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

PSA: Packages from NewEgg, Nike, and More Might Be Delayed by UPS

You may want to be careful about which companies you order presents from this holiday season. According to the Wall Street Journal, UPS told its drivers to stop picking up packages from six retailers, including Nike and NewEgg. The companies in question seem to have hit the shipping company’s max capacity limits, which in turn could lead to delayed...

How to Use the Calendar and Event Scheduling in Outlook 365 for Mac

After its fall 2020 update, Microsoft Outlook 365 for Mac has two additional views for your calendar, an easier way to RSVP, better options for scheduling events, and a handy new status for invitations. Plus, it’s all packed in a more attractive app.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

Razer's Tiny Tomahawk NUC Desktop PC has a Not-So-Tiny Price

Razer has been pushing into all kinds of new niches lately, but before yesterday, it had yet to sell a full standalone desktop PC. Which is weird, given its position as the trend-setter of the PC gaming world. After a few years of making limited case designs, the Tomahawk is Razer’s first top-to-bottom desktop gaming PC.Read This Article on Review Geek...

How to Automatically Revoke Permissions for Unused Android Apps

When you are no longer actively using an app, it’s best to revoke any sensitive permission you may have granted it. Thankfully, on your Android phone or tablet, you don’t have to manually go on about doing that.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How to Remove Widgets from the Notification Center on Mac

Widgets sit in the bottom half of the Notification Center. While some widgets are quite useful, you might want to get rid of others for a cleaner look. Here’s how to remove widgets from the Notification Center on Mac.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How to Change Your Monitor’s Refresh Rate on Windows 10

In Windows 10, your monitor’s refresh rate determines how often your display image updates every second. Higher is usually better. If you need to change the refresh rate of your monitor, Windows 10 makes it easy. Here’s how.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How to Compress and Decompress Files Using tar in Linux

Tar is more then just an archiving utility: tar comes with some great builtin features, which let you compress and decompress files, at the same time as archiving them. Learn all about it in this article and more!Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

How to Stream ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’

The first-ever TV special based on Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts characters, A Charlie Brown Christmas, premiered on CBS in December of 1965 and has been a beloved holiday tradition ever since. Here’s how you can celebrate the holidays by streaming A Charlie Brown Christmas.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

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