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How to Transfer Data From Your Old PS4 to a New PS4

Whether you’re upgrading from your standard PlayStation 4 to a PS4 Pro (perhaps in order to make the most of your new 4K television) or just switching to another standard PS4, you’ll want to transfer your data from your old console to your new console.
This means you’ll need to copy your saves, user accounts, capture gallery, and application data over to your new PlayStation 4. Thankfully, this is a straightforward process that doesn’t require any proprietary cables and doesn’t take long, even if you have hundreds of gigabytes to move.
Here’s the process for transferring data from your old PS4 to your new PS4.
What You’ll Need Transferring data from one console to another, regardless of what hardware you have, only requires the use of Ethernet cables. If you’re using a wireless router then you’ll only need a single cable. If you’re using a wired connection then you’ll need to connect both consoles via Ethernet.

Any Ethernet cable should do. For this walkthrough I used a Cat6 “cros..

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6 Ways to Track Your Monthly Expenses (And Stick to Your Budget)

There’s a lot to consider when you decide to choose an expense manager. Do you want to manually track your expenses or do you want to connect your bank account to an online account? Do you prefer to keep the info entirely offline? Are you looking for an app that takes all that data and turns it into a visual chart? No matter what your needs, there’s a system out there for you.
1. Track Recurring Payments: Clarity Money Clarity Money takes a very simple approach to tracking expenses.
When you first connect your bank account to the app, your dashboard will instantly be full of useful information. You can view a list of your transactions and view your spending trends in the current and previous month or week, broken down by category.
One of Clarity Money’s best features is the ability to see how much you’ve spent this year on specific subscription services, restaurants, and more. (This appears to be informed by the services or shops/restaurants you frequently spend on):
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The Best Apple Watch Apps for Weather, Chats, Anime, and More

Unlike the iPhone, the Apple Watch isn’t exactly known as a place for apps. Apple rightfully continues to focus on improving the strengths of the device, including health and fitness tracking.
But while not every iOS app makes sense for the Apple Watch, there are a number of great choices that focus on providing a quick glance of information.
Here are of some of the best Apple Watch apps in a number of different categories.
Best Apple Watch Weather App: Carrot Weather
Carrot Weather isn’t your usual weather app. Along with up-to-date information about what’s happening outside, the main draw of this awesome app is the hysterical Carrot AI that brings a big dose of personality to the weather. And that fun transfers over to the Apple Watch.
The best feature on the wearable device is the ability to customize the app’s screen to display the information most important to you.
Two different subscription options bring even more features to the watch. These include background updates, pr..

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7 IMDb Features You May Have Overlooked

What do you use IMDb for?
Checking ratings for movies and TV shows. Grabbing synopses and runtime details before deciding to watch something. Browsing cast lists because you recognize a face but don’t quite remember from where.
But there’s so much more you can do with IMDb, like getting IMDb ratings right inside Netflix. You may be surprised how useful these other IMDb features can be in the right circumstances.
1. Content Advisory Guide
Nearly all mainstream movies receive a Motion Picture Rating by the MPAA (G, PG, PG-13, R, etc.) and nearly all TV shows receive some kind of age rating certification (differs by country).
These are okay for getting a general idea of how mature a certain title might be, but they never quite tell the whole story. Deadpool, Wedding Crashers, and The Passion of the Christ are all rated R. What does that rating really convey? Not much.
But visit any movie or TV show’s IMDb page, scroll down to the Storyline section, and look for the Parents Guide se..

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How to Create a Custom Keyboard Layout on Windows

Windows users have a few different options when it comes to creating customized keyboard layouts.
You could use the ever-popular Portable Keyboard Layout software. It’s open source and lets you keep different keyboard layouts on a USB stick so you can easily use them on any machine. Of course, Windows also offers a native way to jump between different keyboard layouts.
You can also try using keyboard remapping software. There are lots of free options available, but one of the most overlooked apps is the official Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator.
How to Create a Custom Keyboard Layout on Windows
Before we start, a word of warning: the Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator app is nearly a decade old. It still works perfectly and runs on Windows 10, but occasionally you might encounter a bug.
Firstly, you need to download and install the app from the Microsoft Download Center. When it’s installed, follow the instructions below to create your own keyboard layout:
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3 Free Black-and-White Adobe Lightroom Presets for Your Photos

Presets are the smart photographer’s backdoor for retouching hundreds of photos with a single click. Adobe Lightroom CC (and Adobe Lightroom Classic CC) has its own default set of presets, including several for pleasing black and white photography.
But you can extend your collection with free presets made by other photographers too. Use one of these free black-and-white presets for Adobe Lightroom to create a fantastic black-and-white photo from any color photo.
1. Samuel Zeller
Swiss photographer and a Fujifilm ambassador Samuel Zeller created this 12 preset pack specifically for Fujifilm cameras. But it works for any other camera brand and photo that you bring into Adobe Lightroom. The 12-pack includes two black and white presets.
BW Soft: Gives a hazy soft look to portraits. BW Noir: Gives a very punchy black and white look to well-contrasted images. The presets are free though you can pay what you want if you like them.
2. Silver Lining
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5 Ways to Play Your Video Games on Any TV, PC, or Mobile Device

Console gaming is awesome, but sometimes you just can’t get the TV to yourself. One option is to move the console into another room; another is to stream the games to your PC, laptop, TV, or mobile device.
Didn’t know you could do this? Well, you can, by streaming games across your home network. Here’s everything you need to know to allow you to play PC and console games on a range of other devices around your house.
Play Your Favorite Games Across Your Home Network The great thing about streaming games to other devices is that you’re not limited to one location. Streaming to a laptop lets you play your favorite console games in comfort, away from the family gathering around the TV to watch soap operas. Which means no more unplugging and moving your console.
If you want to stream games across your network, from one device to another, you have the following five options:
Xbox One to PC: Games can be streamed from your Xbox One to a Windows 10 PC. PlayStation 4 to PC: Games from Sony..

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Solve 10 Big Android Issues and Annoyances With These Apps

Every few months, a new flagship smartphone launches with a top-of-the-line processor and more RAM that you know what to do with. But still, after some time, flagship phones still start to lag. Indeed, even the highest-end Android smartphone have their annoyances.
No matter which Android phone you have, the best way to keep your device functioning properly is by installing user-friendly apps that help you manage your phone’s life in a simple way.
These Android apps will solve your biggest annoyances and make your phone more pleasant to use.
1. Nova Launcher This rule is as nearly old as Android itself. If your Android phone came with its own launcher, you should replace it with something better. Right now, that’s Nova Launcher. That’s because Nova adds a ton of new features to your home screen while still keeping everything light.
You can create and customize swipe gestures (different ones for apps, folders, and the wallpaper itself), create quick shortcuts for apps, customize noti..

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How to Project Windows 10 to TV With Miracast

Windows 10 has built-in abilities to mirror its screen on your TV. And you don’t even need a Chromecast. Here’s how to project your Windows 10 computer to a TV with Miracast.
Miracast is different from Chromecast in several ways. It’s built upon the Wi-Di protocol (i.e. Wi-Fi Direct) to let one screen project itself to another. In essence, it acts like wireless HDMI.
What You Will Need A Wi-Fi router connected to both your computer and TV. A Windows 10 computer that supports Miracast. A TV that supports Miracast, or a Miracast adapter. Do You Need an Adapter?
Miracast is essentially wireless HDMI. Several smart TVs come with Miracast built-in. To see if your TV supports that, check this list.
Apart from smart TVs, some smart dongles also support Miracast. For example, the Amazon Fire Stick has Miracast to mirror your PC or mobile screen. Before you buy a new adapter, check if any of your TV-connected devices supports Miracast.
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These 4 Antivirus Tools Are Using AI to Protect Your System

The future of antivirus protection is exciting. Much like our cars, trains, and boats, the future of antivirus runs on artificial intelligence. AI technology is one of the fastest growing sectors around the world and security researchers are continually evaluating and integrating the technology into their consumer products.
Consumer antivirus products with AI or machine learning elements are appearing thick and fast. Does your next antivirus subscription need to include AI, or is it just another security buzzword? Let’s take a look.
Traditional Antivirus vs. AI Antivirus The term “artificial intelligence” once conjured fantastical images of futuristic technology, but AI is now a reality. To understand what AI antivirus is, you need to understand how traditional antivirus works.
Traditional Antivirus A traditional antivirus uses file and data signatures, and pattern analysis to compare potential malicious activity to previous instances. That is, the antivirus knows what the malicious..

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