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The 5 Best Wi-Fi Light Switches to Save You Time and Money

Just like other mainstays of a home, technology is giving the light switch a big step up. A huge number of different Wi-Fi light switches allow you to turn a light on and off from virtually anywhere, using a smartphone app.
Along with that huge convenience—especially when away from home—a wireless light switch can even help by lowering your electricity bills. We’ve highlighted the best Wi-Fi light switches for you to consider.
The Pros and Cons of a Wi-Fi Light Switch While smart switches are a permanent option, you’ll have to be comfortable with doing some basic DIY electrical work, or spending the extra cash to hire an electrician. An electrician is usually necessary if the switch doesn’t have a neutral wire, something that’s required in most wireless models.
But on the plus side, you can operate a Wi-Fi light switch even if it is in the off position from any location using a companion smartphone app. You’ll also have the option to set a specific schedule for the switch.
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Blackview BV5800 Pro: Rugged, Affordable, and Great Value For Money

Our verdict of the Blackview BV5800 Pro:
Blackview's BV5800 Pro builds on their past successes, creating a rugged phone that is both durable and desirable at an incredibly affordable price. 810Modern electronics are quite fragile; none more so than your smartphone. The irony is that we tend to have our smartphone with us in all conditions—while working, outdoors exercising, or just out in the rain. These often expensive gadgets have a habit of breaking or getting damaged in any number of situations.
We buy screen protectors and pricey cases to protect them, but even they don’t always prevent the almost inevitable cracked screen. Could a rugged device like the Blackview BV5800 Pro be the answer, achieving a balance between performance and durability?

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Google One Helps You Get More Out of Google

Google One, Google’s new subscription plan for cloud storage and more, is now available to anyone and everyone in the United States. Google One is Google Drive plus a lot more besides, with subscribers offered a range of extra benefits across Google.
In May 2018, Google announced Google One, a new cloud storage service for consumers. Over the last few months, people with paid Google Drive plans have been upgraded to Google One. And now, Google is making Google One available to everyone.
Google One Is Google Drive Plus More Google One buys you more Google Drive storage plus the chance to get more out of Google. This is for those people who need more than the 15GB of free storage space all Google Drive users get by default. And then some.
A Google One subscription buys you extra storage. You can buy 100GB for $1.99/month, 200GB for $2.99/month and a massive 2TB for $9.99/month. This extra storage is available across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos.

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How to Compare Microsoft Word Documents Using Legal Blackline

The term “legal blackline” comes from the legal profession where lawyers need to compare two documents. Usually it applies to contracts, but this essential Microsoft Word skill applies to any kind of document.
Comparing two documents side-by-side by eye can be laborious and prone to error. Microsoft Word has a better way tucked inside the Review pane.
How to Compare Microsoft Word Documents The legal blackline feature compares two documents and shows you only what changed between them. The legal blackline comparison is displayed by default in a new third document.
Launch Microsoft Word. Open the two documents that you want to compare. Go to the Ribbon > Review > Compare group > Click on Compare.
Click Compare two versions of a document (legal blackline). Under Original document, browse and select the original document. Under Revised document, browse and select the other document that you want to compare.
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How to Record Your Screen With Microsoft PowerPoint

If you’re looking for a simple way to do a quick screen recording or screenshot on your computer, you can look no further than PowerPoint. Yep, that’s right! Microsoft’s software for creating presentations actually has a screen recording function buried in its tools.
How to Record Your Screen With Microsoft PowerPoint To create a screen recording using Powerpoint, create a new presentation and then do the following:
Go to the Insert tab and click Screen Recording. In the dock that appears, click Select Area or use the keyboard shortcut Windows key + Shift + A. Using the crosshairs tool that appears, click and drag to select the part of your screen you want to record. By default, both the audio and mouse pointer are recorded. If you don’t want to record them, click the buttons in the dock to switch them off. Click the Record button or use the keyboard shortcut Windows key + Shift + R to start recording. You can also use this shortcut to pause and resume recording. You can switch over ..

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How to Change Your eBay Username

Still rocking the eBay username you created when you signed up in 2000? Like your first email address, early eBay usernames are a regret for many. If you’re a seller, unprofessional usernames are particularly unbecoming.
The good news is that you don’t need to suffer any longer. eBay makes it simple to change your username, so you don’t have to be embarrassed when “ThaKewlDude22” wins an auction.
How to Change Your eBay Username Get started by visiting eBay and signing in using the link in the upper-left if needed. Once you’re logged in, click your name that appears in the same upper-left spot and choose Account settings.
On the resulting page (which is in need of a visual update), click the Personal Information link under My Account on the left sidebar. You’ll see all kinds of details about your account, but we’re interested in the User ID row. Click the Edit link on the far-right side here.

After clicking this, you may need to confirm your login details. Once this is done, you’l..

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Master Microsoft Excel with 12.5 Hours of Training for $9.99

Love them or loathe them, spreadsheets are a fact of working life. If you want to start a career in business or marketing, it’s pretty essential that you know how to crunch the numbers. The Essential Microsoft Excel Lifetime Bundle can help you master the math, with three courses and over 12.5 hours of video tutorials. You can grab the bundle now for just $9.99 at MakeUseOf Deals — keep reading for a closer look.
Essential Excel Not everyone has a natural affinity with numbers. But that doesn’t mean you have to tear your hair out over simple spreadsheets. This bundle helps you work with Microsoft Excel, starting from square one.
The Basic Microsoft Excel course shows you how to navigate the software and customize Excel for your needs. You also discover how to create new spreadsheets, format cells, and run simple data analysis.
You learn more advanced number crunching techniques in Data Analysis In Excel. This course helps you to sort data, create charts, and use key functions.
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