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How to Update Your Plex Media Library, Manually and Automatically

Besides the media itself, the most important element of a media server software is how up to date it is–you can’t watch videos if the server doesn’t know they’re there. Plex Media Server offers three ways to keep your media collection up to date so you always know what’s available. …

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How to Set a Timer for Your Belkin WeMo Switch

The WeMo Switch is a cheap and easy-to-use smart outlet that can turn anything with an on/off switch into a smart appliance, allowing you to control it from your smartphone. Plus, it comes with a small handful of automation features, including the ability to set a timer so that it …

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Geek Trivia: What Common First Aid Technique Wasn’t Invented Until The 1960s?

Recovery Position The Heimlich Maneuver Tourniqueting Answer: CPR The 20th century was really a banner century for the development and dissemination of first aid and medical techniques. Physicians in the mid-20th century built rapidly on the body of knowledge early medical researchers in the late 19th century had accumulated and, …

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How to Use Sonos as an Alarm or Sleep Timer

Sonos is great because you can set up and control speakers from any room in your dwelling. If you like to wake up to or fall asleep to music, then they’re especially well suited to have in your bedroom. Once you get your Sonos players set up and configured on all your devices, …

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How to Schedule or Delay Sending Email Messages in Outlook

When you click Send on an email, it is typically sent immediately. But what if you want to send it at a later time? Outlook allows you delay the sending of a single message or all email messages. For example, maybe you’re sending someone an email message late at night and …

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Insert Emoji Faster with iOS’ Text Replacement Shortcuts

Emoji are fun to use, but if you’re like most people, you tend to use a few of them a lot more often than others. Instead of switching to the Emoji keyboard every time, why not set up a text replacement shortcut so that you can just type the Emoji …

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How to Factory Reset Your Xbox One

Before you sell your Xbox One or pass it on to someone else, you should perform a factory reset. This wipes all your personal data. Whoever gets the Xbox One will have to go through the first-time setup process once again, signing in with their own Microsoft account. If you didn’t …

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The Freeware Download Sites That Don’t Force Crapware On You

It’s been more than a year since we drew attention to the crapware regularly foisted upon unsuspecting users by pretty much every big freeware site, including the venerable SourceForge. Since then, a few sites–including SourceForge themselves–have started cleaning up their act. Most freeware download sites still use shady tactics, unfortunately, cramming their own installers …

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How Do Web Servers Know if You Are Using Direct IP Address Access or Not?

Usually, we just type in the address of a website we want to view, but would a web server actually “know” if we used the direct IP address instead? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answer to a confused reader’s question. Today’s Question & Answer session comes to us courtesy …

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