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Skype Video Not Working? How to Test and Troubleshoot Your Camera

It can be very frustrating when Skype video is not working. Especially because productivity and communication tools like Skype are such an integral part of our everyday lives.
Occasionally, people seem to have difficulty configuring their webcam and video to work properly with the Skype software. No matter what they try, there’s no video stream on display. If you’re experiencing this, this short list solves the problems of no video stream from either your webcam or from the person you’re calling.
Before going through this checklist, download the latest version of Skype for either Windows, Mac, or Linux. This will ensure that you have the latest bug fixes and patches installed. For that matter, if you’re having a problem with the video stream from the person you’re trying to call, make sure they have the latest version of Skype as well!
1. Check Your Drivers Update your video device software to the latest version. Check with the manufacturer website of your webcam for the latest driv..

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The 6 Best Hidden Cameras for Checking on Your Babysitter

Security cameras are a great way to keep an eye on what’s happening at home while you are away. But sometimes, for whatever reason, you may be looking for a more discreet or hidden option so people won’t be readily aware that someone is watching.
Let’s take a look at six great hidden cameras for around the home or elsewhere that can help you keep an eye on what’s happening without being obvious. Babysitters beware.
Powered Hidden Cameras These types of spy cameras use a full-time power source and can continually record. The biggest drawback is that there will be some limitations on where they can be set up.
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Why You Should Stop Using CCleaner on Windows Right Now

Some Windows software has become so ingrained into PC users’ minds that we don’t think twice to recommend them. Unfortunately, this leads to major issues when a popular tool goes rogue.
That’s exactly what’s happened with CCleaner. Once everyone’s favorite Windows maintenance utility, its increasingly shady behavior means that you should now leave it in the dust.
Here’s why you can’t trust CCleaner anymore, and what to replace it with.
What’s Wrong With CCleaner? CCleaner, once a tidy app with no history of issues, has had two major problems in less than a year. This is unfortunately not surprising after Avast purchased CCleaner developer Piriform in July 2017.
CCleaner’s New Monitoring The first is a new behavior in CCleaner version 5.45. Dubbed “Active Monitoring”, it’s a fairly standard feature that collects anonymized information about your system. You can disable it to turn the feature off—or can you?

As it turns out, if you disable Active Monitoring in CCleaner, the softwar..

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The 6 Best Budget Graphics Cards for Cheap Gaming

The latest and greatest games are demanding on both your pocket and your system. As specifications rise, it is difficult for gamers on a budget to keep up-to-date. However, budget gaming GPUs don’t force you into a low-resolution, blurry-pixel past. Far from it, in fact.
A budget graphics card is no longer a barrier to enjoying some of the best games on offer. Without further ado, here are six of the best budget graphics cards for your system.
The Best Budget Graphics Cards The best budget graphics cards come from a range of GPU manufacturing generations, including Nvidia. Some of the best bang for your buck comes from the slightly older but still super powerful cards. Of course, your definition of a budget GPU depends on—wait for it—your budget.
Furthermore, it depends on what you want to play and how you want to play it. Some of the best graphics cards will still max out the settings on some of the latest games, while others are better suited to slightly older games. Though you wo..

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Discord Launches a Steam-Style Game Store

Discord, the voice and text chat app that’s insanely popular amongst gamers, is launching its own dedicated game store. What’s more, Discord Nitro subscribers will gain access to a selection of games as part of their paid subscriptions.
Steam is the biggest gaming platform around. However, in terms of social, Steam has lost ground to Discord. In July 2018, Steam redesigned Steam Chat to compete with Discord. And now Discord is launching a game store to compete with Steam.
The Discord Store Opens for Business As detailed on the Discord Blog, there are two elements to Discord’s move into games. The first is the Discord Store, where you’ll be able to buy a curated set of games. The second is free games for Nitro subscribers, which Discord is calling “Netflix for Games”.
The Discord Store won’t offer every game ever released. Instead, Discord is pitching it as a boutique store for the best games, as chosen by Discord employees. There will also be “First on Discord” games that will be te..

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10 Secret Functions of Default iPhone Apps You Aren’t Using

The iPhone is known for its simplicity. On the face, iOS has stayed the same since the day it released—the home screen is still just a grid of apps.
But over the years, iOS has gained a lot of new functionality, including new default apps.
Features in iOS are usually hidden behind a nondescript icon or gesture. Once you know how to access these, you’ll get a lot more value and productivity out of your iPhone.
1. Pedometer in Health If you’ve never opened the Health app on your iPhone, you’re missing out. Health uses the motion co-processor built into the iPhone. It can track the steps you take and flights of stairs you climb every day.
Plus, the Health app can turn into a repository of everything related to your health and fitness. You can easily track your weight with it. And if you use a third-party app, you can view your workouts and sleep analysis in a single screen as well.
2. Level Tool in Compass
There’s a hidden level tool in the Compass app. Open Compass and swipe left ..

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