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How to Change Your Signature in Gmail

Your email signature — that text you choose to use as your name and sign-off at the end of a message — is an important part of your personal digital branding. It provides the email recipient with vital information about you, like your job title and further contact information, or whatever else you choose to include. […]

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What Is Whole Home Wifi and Mesh WiFi?

Mesh WiFi or Whole Home WiFi systems consists of a main router that connects directly to your modem, and a series of satellite modules, or nodes, placed around your house for full WiFi coverage. They are all part of a single wireless network and share the same SSID and password, unlike traditional WiFi routers.[1] Picture […]

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How to Use Robocopy and a Few Examples

Robocopy (Robust File Copy) is a command-line file copy utility that comes with Windows Vista / Windows 2008 or newer. Until Vista, Robocopy was a part of Windows Resource Kit Tools as a free download (http://aka.ms/robocopydownload  ). Unlike normal copy commands, Robocopy is designed for reliable copy or mirroring while maintaining the permissions, attributes, owner information, timestamps […]

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The 11 Most Powerful Gmail Add-ons and Extensions

Supercharge your inbox with these Gmail extensions and tools By Justin Pot · February 16, 2021 Billions of people use Gmail every month, and it’s not hard to see why. Email is the core of many workflows, and Gmail is a really great inbox. It’s familiar, sure, but it’s also powerful, with features like automatic filters.There’s a better way to deal […]

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Google Workspace: Compare Groups vs Organizational Units

How access groups work Groups turn on user access to core services, Google additional services (such as YouTube), and SAML applications. Groups can’t turn off user access to a service that’s turned on for an organizational unit. An access group can contain any users or groups within your account. You can use your existing groups, for example, [email protected] or [email protected] Access groups control only […]

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Android vs iOS

Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS are operating systems used primarily in mobile technology, such as smartphones and tablets. Android, which is Linux-based and partly open source, is more PC-like than iOS, in that its interface and basic features are generally more customizable from top to bottom. However, iOS’ uniform design elements are sometimes seen as being more user-friendly. You should choose your […]