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How to Customize Sounds on Windows 10 (And Where to Download Them)

Like any operating system, Windows 10 is full of little sounds and jingles. They’ll let you know if you make an error, receive a notification, complete a download, or when any other number of events occur.
Many people never bother to change their sound scheme. However, it’s quite straightforward to do.
We’re going to show you how to customize the sounds on Windows 10, how to find new sounds themes and schemes, and how to improve the sound quality on your machine.
Customize Audio Using Windows 10 Sound Settings Firstly, let’s look at how you customize the audio using Windows 10 sound settings.
Despite an increasing number of options jumping over to the Settings app with every new release of the operating system, the menu for customizing sounds is still part of the Control Panel.
You can access the menu in two ways. Either head to Settings > System > Sound > Related settings > Sound control panel or open the Control Panel and click on Sound.

Whichever method you use, you should en..

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How to Manage Multiple Google or Gmail Accounts on Android

If you have more than one Google account—for example, a private Gmail email address and another for work—you may have wondered whether you can use them simultaneously on your Android phone. Yes, you can, and I’ll show you how to set them up.
All instructions below reflect the process on Android 8.1 (Oreo). For screenshots, we’ve used a OnePlus 5T running OxygenOS 5.1.3. The steps should be similar to stock Android.
Note: It’s also possible to set up multiple user accounts on your Android tablet!
How to Add Additional Google Accounts Let’s assume you’ve already set up one Google account and now want to add a second one. From your Android device’s home screen, go to Settings > Accounts and tap Add account at the bottom. Select Google from the list. You might have to confirm your device password or fingerprint.
Next, log into your Google account with your email address, password, and a two-factor authentication code, if you’ve set this up. You can also create a new account from the in..

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How to Make Your Own Private Netflix Using Dropbox, Google Drive, or OneDrive

Given the amount of content on offer, Netflix offers phenomenal value for money.
However, if you’ve already got an extensive library of locally saved TV shows and movies (perhaps because you spent time ripping your old DVDs to digitize your collection), you might not want to pay for Netflix.
So, why not use Google Drive, OneDrive, or Dropbox in conjunction with Kodi to make your own private Netflix?
Warning: Don’t download TV shows and movies illegally. This process should only use content that you legally own. Watching pirated material could land you in trouble with the law.
What You’ll Need to Get Started There are two ways to make your own private Netflix. You can either use the cloud storage providers’ desktop apps and point your Kodi library at the synced folder, or you can use the companies’ official Kodi plugins.
We’ll explain both methods. But first, there are some steps you need to take regardless of which process you decide to use.
Firstly, download and install Kodi. It..

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8 Texting and Walking Fails: Don’t Become the Next Victim

Your smartphone screen is a big distraction, isn’t it? Texting and walking is so common now that it’s becoming a real threat to public health.
People are (usually) getting better at avoiding texting and driving. However, far too many people have no qualms about walking around with their faces glued to their smartphone screens. This leads to situations that at best result in embarrassing accidents, and at worst have far more serious consequences.
Let’s take a look at some of the worst texting and walking fails and reflect on why texting was a bad decision at that given moment.
1. Smartphones and Poles Don’t Mix
A priest and a rabbi walk into a bar. The priest asks the rabbi why he walked into the bar, to which the rabbi replies, “Oh, I was texting, and didn’t see it.”
Bad jokes aside, poles are everywhere. Looking down at a phone while you’re walking along a sidewalk increases your odds of coming face-to-face with a pole in a short time.
And as you can see in this video, when a h..

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How to Set Up a Raspberry Pi Camera Module

Many accessories are available for the Raspberry Pi, but among the most popular is the camera module. But how do you safely connect one, and then get the best out of it?
If you haven’t tried Raspberry Pi photography, now is the time. Here’s how to get started with the Raspberry Pi camera module.
Setting Up the Camera Module
Own a Raspberry Pi, and want to get started with the camera module? Perhaps you want to make some time-lapse movies, or build a motion-detecting security camera. Whatever your project, if it requires a camera, your best option is the official camera module. Setup is straightforward, and requires you to:
Connect the camera module: A ribbon cable connects the camera to the Raspberry Pi. Enable the camera: This can be done in the configuration screen. Securely mount the camera module: A suitable case is required. Take a picture: Use a simply command line instruction. Before you get started, however, you’ll need to ensure you have everything you need. A Raspberry P..

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What Do These Snapchat Emojis Mean? Emoji Meanings Explained

Snapchat is full of hidden quirks that you’ll only start to notice after you have been using the app for a while.
One of these quirks is the presence of seemingly random emojis. You’ll find them next to your friends’ names, celebrities’ names, and even in your Snapchat Stories.
But what do the Snapchat emojis mean?
Snapchat Friend Emojis Snapchat uses 14 different emojis to categorize your friends. Each emoji denotes a particular aspect of the relationship between you and the other person; it’s like a secret Snapchat emoji code.
1. Yellow Heart Wondering what the yellow heart emoji means on Snapchat? It’s a simple one: you and the other person are best friends. Well, best friends on Snapchat. You have sent the most snaps to them, and they have sent the most snaps to you.
2. Red Heart You’ll see the red heart emoji next to another Snapchatter’s name if you have been best friends on the service for the last two weeks consecutively (i.e., you have sent the most snaps to them, and the..

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6 Fun Ways to Give Your Mac a Retro Look

If you like to relive the good old days, you might enjoy the idea of making your Mac look retro. You can do that from the outside with a new decal or sticker, but what about the inside? That’s easy too!
With the following six tips, you’ll soon have macOS looking as good as old.
Note: Our tips focus on generic changes, not specifically those to match older macOS versions.
1. Paint the Screen Old
Computers of the past had either neon colors or, at the other extreme, gray and similar dull colors. You can achieve either effect on your Mac with a few tweaks.
To go gray, start by changing the theme for windows, menus, buttons, etc. from System Preferences > General. Select Graphite from the Appearance dropdown menu there.
You can also select Graphite from the Highlight menu to change the color of highlighted text from blue to a plain gray.

You’ll notice that the Graphite theme doesn’t affect app and folder icons. If you want to dull those down as well, you can do that from System Pr..

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How to Move Conversations Between Inboxes on Facebook Messenger

Your Facebook Messenger account has two inboxes: a main inbox and a separate inbox called Filtered Messages.
Messages from friends arrive in your main inbox, and you receive notifications for them. Messages from non-friends who want to contact you are sent to your Filtered Messages inbox, and you won’t get any notifications. Non-friends also can’t see whether you’re active on Messenger or whether you’ve received their message.
If you reply to a message in your Filtered Messages inbox, it automatically moves to your main inbox. But what about moving messages the other way? How do you transfer conversations from your main inbox into Filtered Messages?
Moving Facebook Conversations Between Inboxes
To move a message from your main inbox to the filtered inbox on the web app, follow the instructions below:
Open Facebook and click on the Messenger icon in the upper right-hand corner. In the panel on the left-hand side, click on the message you want to move. In the panel on the right-han..

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