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The Best Way To Manage Your Photos

As a computer consultant I see lots of ways that people manage their files and photos and honestly, some of them are better than others. I've seen some people take pictures with their iPhones and back them up to iCloud, some taking photos with a regular digital camera and either putting a memory card in their computer or directly connecting the camera to their computers and just storing them in a folder somewhere on their computers. I feel the best photo management solution is one in which you have an unlimited amount of cloud storage where photos are backed up and are accessible and manageable on any device. The methods I just mentioned just don't seem to fit the bill in all of those areas. There is only one solution that I feel is the best that checks all those boxes for me and that is Google Photos!

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Self Help: Troubleshoot Your Internet Connection

In today's post, I'm going to talk about how to deal with the dreaded Internet outage. Those are always so frustrating because they seem to happen right when you need to work on something important, ugh. Anyway, there is a quick and easy way to figure out what the issue is and you might even fix it just by trying each step. Make sure you follow each step in order until the issue is either solved or you know who you need to call for help.

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What is 2-Factor Authentication and Why You Should Use It

In this post I want to talk about a powerful yet underused tool that you can use to increase the protection of your online accounts and the data you store on them. It's called 2-Factor Authentication. It's not available for most websites that you have a username and password for but it is for some of the most popular ones. This is something you should enable if you store sensitive data on online accounts that support this feature.

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Zen PC: Get Rid Of Online Ads

We all hate advertising on our websites. We know they can be helpful to websites owners who prefer not to charge their readers directly for their content. They can also be helpful to consumers as every once in a while you might find a useful product or service that you might want to buy. The problem is, there's too many ads online. Some of them can be in your face and in the way of the content you actually want to view, some of them can even install malware on your computer for clicking on them.

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