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Episode 1822

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CEOs worry employees will want to keep working from home, DDOS attacks continue to plague the internet, how can my boss assign tasks in Outlook? All about the Chevy Bolt recall with Sam Abuelsamid, forwarding AOL email to Gmail, is an old Chromebook that does not receive updates still safe to use? Why can't I send a fax? Chris Marquardt reviews your Tidy photos, Is FreeNAS a good NAS option? Filtering out spam on Gmail, why is my iPad freezing when I type? Using more than one 4K monitor on a computer, what's happening on Mars with Rod Pyle, and more of your calls!

Episode 1821

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How to fix scanning and print permissions in macOS, non-broadband options for home internet, speeding up a slow M1 MacBook, speeding up an abnormally slow Android app, WiFi radios from C. Crane, paying a domain registrar to host a website, how to delete data from Google Drive, and some advice on maxing out a new iMac with RAM.

Episode 1820

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A caller asks about transcoding DVD's to share with their family, budget options for computer monitors, troubleshooting a secondary external monitor, why a laptop's cursor while typing is going the opposite direction, Linux alternatives to Ubuntu for netbooks, waiting to purchase the future iPhone 13 or getting the iPhone 12 now, talking to Sam Abuelsamid, Chris Maruqardt, and Rod Pyle, and more of your calls!

Episode 1819

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Which video projector to buy, streaming from a mobile device to a TV without using WiFi, iPhone 12 purchasing decisions, speeding up the installation and configuration of Windows with the help of a script, the potential problems with using a TV as a PC monitor, whether it’s worth using a search-engine-optimization (SEO) company, and keeping track of one’s children without using a phone.

Episode 1818

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Getting an accurate voice transcription, Apple's NCMEC technology and the possibility of misuse, migrating your apps and data to a new computer with the Windows "Action Pack" version, issues with iDrive, iPhone 12's and pacemakers, talking to Sam Abuelsamid, Chris Marquardt, Rod Pyle, and more of your calls!

Episode 1817

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Apple's Child Safety Initiative might be misunderstood, using an iPhone with GoogleFi, why is my cell service so slow? Scott Wilkinson has seen a demo of the Olympics streamed in 8K, should I buy an email service? Finding the right graphics hardware for Sketchup, Johnny Jet, and the Spirit Airlines cancellations, computer screen readers for someone who is losing their vision, a gadget to keep cool with the GizWiz, and more of your calls!

Episode 1816

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Helping a caller with sound issues after a Windows update, watching Blu-rays on your Mac, using satellite internet out on the seas, TV and sound system suggestions, why you might not be able to log into YouTube through Steam, issues with a caller's DSL service, chatting with Chris Marquardt and Rod Pyle, and more of your calls!

Episode 1815

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Angstrom is the next processor size, why does Google want to know my birthdate? HDR projectors with Scott Wilkinson, will a new TV work with my current setup? Can I still use my old Kindle if they turn off cellular access? Travel updates with Johnny Jet, how to know how long a Chromebook will be updated, why are there streaks on my laptop screen? Resetting your Apple ID, accessibility on iDrive, calibrating a computer monitor, a gadget to improve Wi-Fi with the GizWiz, and more of your calls!

Episode 1814

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Video projectors that are bright enough, is public WiFi in an apartment complex secure, updating payment information with your Apple account, using multiple modems to get faster bandwidth, alternatives to Microsoft Outlook, adding additional thunderbolt ports to your Mac, watching videos on Facebook without joining, talking to Sam Abuelsamid, Chris Marquardt, Rod Pyle, and more of your calls!

Episode 1813

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Amazon Echo now has a new wake word option, getting back into your email account, how to watch the Olympics in 4K with Home Theater Geek Scott Wilkinson, checking the strength of your password, but is there a catch? Troubleshooting a streaming app on a Samsung Smart TV, Leo's Hawaii experience and showing your vaccination status while traveling with Johnny Jet, connecting a printer to Wi-Fi, is it smart to backup your desktop to the cloud? A first look at the new Apple MagSafe Battery Pack, a USB travel dock with the GizWiz, and more of your calls!