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How to Reset Your Advertising ID on Android

The phone in your pocket has a unique “Advertising ID” that lets advertising companies track your app activity. While you can’t remove this ID, you can reset it to erase all your activity.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How to Lock an Image’s Position in Google Docs

Laying out a document with both text and images can sometimes be a challenge. To make this task a bit easier, you can lock an image into a fixed position in Google Docs.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How to Change Alexa’s Voice

By default, Amazon’s Alexa has a witty, yet robotic standard American accent. Fortunately, Alexa’s accents can be changed to English, Australian, and others on an Amazon Echo or other Alexa-powered device. You can also apply the same or different accents with each device in your home.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How to Hide All Desktop Icons on Mac

Is your Mac desktop a mess? Don’t really want to organize everything? Don’t worry, you can use a terminal command to quickly hide all desktop icons before sharing your screen on a work call or taking a screenshot.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How to Watch the 2021 Tour de France in the U.S.

If you’re a fan of pro cycling, there’s no bigger show than Le Tour de France. From June 26th to July 18th, 2021, the best road racers in the world will show up to show out, fighting for that famed yellow jersey. Even if you’re not interested in bike racing, Le Tour is an absolute blast to watch. The biggest issue is that if you don’t know where to...

Where Is the “Recycle Bin” on a Mac?

If you’re familiar with the Windows 10 Recycle Bin for deleting files and you just switched to Mac, you might wonder where the equivalent is on a Mac. It’s called “Trash,” and it’s located in the Dock. Here’s how to use it.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

What Are Online “Whales?”

A whale isn’t only the largest animal in the ocean. We’ll explain what online whales are and why they spend so much money on the internet.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How to Use strace to Monitor Linux System Calls

Linux programs ask the kernel to do some things for them. The strace command reveals these system calls. You can use them to understand how programs work and why, sometimes, they don’t.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How to Use Trivy to Find Vulnerabilities in Docker Containers

A Trivy scan inspects your Dockerfile’s base image to find unresolved vulnerabilities that your containers will inherit. Trivy can also look at operating system packages and source code dependencies added via popular package managers.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

How to Setup Logrotate on Linux (to Keep Your Server from Running Out of Space)

Most services on Linux will generate log files, usually stored in /var/log/. These are just simple text files, but they can get really, really large—to the point where you could run your server out of space.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

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