8 Best Services to Send Large Files Online

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No matter which email or team collaboration application you're using, there's a limit on the size of attachments you can send to your peers, friends, and colleagues. In fact, the email services put a very tight restriction on the size of attachments, which is usually—quite small. Then how to send huge files to the other end? There are several dedicated services for the same. Through them, you can easily transfer large-size files without any restrictions. It is not just a plain transfer facility, but these services also offer password protection and encryption to keep your upload safe and secure. Let's check out these services.

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How to Save a Gmail Email as a PDF File

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Emails are now part of our daily life. We use it for casual as well as business conversations. The latter part however is not as simple as the former one. We often have to keep records of our business communication done via emails. One way is to print hard copies and the other nicer way is to save these emails in PDF format. This simple guide will help you learn to save your Gmail conversations in the form of a PDF file. You can apply a few custom attributes about what goes in the final output of the file. You don't need any third-party application, software, or tool to convert a Gmail email into a PDF file.

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5 Best Search Engines to Keep You Anonymous and Secure

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Tracking internet users and data collection is grown at a rapid pace in recent years. Almost every application and service is collecting tons of user data. One such activity is search queries made on different search engines. The most popular one is Google which keeps a history of your searches to show ads accordingly. If you're concerned with your online privacy and want to keep your searches anonymous and secure, there are plenty of search engines for the same. We'll look at some of these privacy-oriented search engines you can use and can rest assured that your search data is not shared with anyone else.

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How to Use Google Classroom to Teach From Home

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Remote teaching is one of the viable options to earn from home. If you're good at something, remote teaching is your best bet to spread your knowledge and earn at the same time. But, without any prior experience in the same, it's very difficult to get started. Fortunately, there are several specialized applications built specifically for teachers and instructors to launch their own remote teaching setup. Some of these solutions are difficult to configure while others are dead simple. In this guide, we'll take a look at Google Classroom and will see how it can help you get started with remote teaching.

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How to Bypass Restrictions to Access Blocked Websites

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Restrictions by internet service providers often make it difficult to access certain websites in different countries. Sometimes, the website itself is not blocked, but you get its localized version although you're looking for a different one. Accessing these websites can be a nightmare for an average internet user as they just don't know how to bypass the restrictions. In this guide, we'll show you can access these blocked websites in different ways. Almost all of the methods mentioned below are easy to use and one doesn't need to be a techie to get started. So, let's get started and learn to access blocked websites.

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5 Common Mac Issues and Solutions for Users

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As a MacBook user, you are less likely to experience various performance issues compared to those with a Windows computer. After all, Apple excels in manufacturing devices known for reliability.

Having said that, it does not mean that you can disregard the idea of experiencing troubles on your Mac. Sure, a brand-new model should work flawlessly, but in time, you will notice that the overall performance starts to feel sluggish.

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8 Best Video Editing Apps for Android Phones

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With more and more powerful camera configurations, smartphones have become a primary tool to capture videos replacing digital cameras to some extent. Capturing a raw video is often not enough when it comes to sharing it with others. That's where editing comes into place. One option is to download the video file on a desktop computer and then do the editing work. But, what if you want to do the same right with your Android phone? Video editing apps are made exactly for this purpose. We're going to see some of the best video editing apps built for Android-powered smartphones. So, here we go!

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How to Read my Thunderbird Emails in Windows Outlook?

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Thousands of businesses use Mozilla Thunderbird for their email communication. However, in the last few years, there has been a massive shift from Thunderbird to MS Outlook as it offers better features and security.

So, if you are one of those people who are shifting from Thunderbird to Outlook, then you also need to move your Thunderbird email data to Outlook. Here are some ways that can help you read your Thunderbird emails in Windows Outlook.

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How to Automatically Create a Slideshow in 5 Simple Steps

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Whether it’s for an academic or work project, or even for personal purposes, one of the best ways to show your pictures is to create a slideshow. The fastest way to do it is to make it automatically. And for that you will need the right software. There are lots of programs on the market, but today we are going to show you how to make a slideshow in a few simple steps in SmartSHOW 3D - automatic slideshow maker. Let’s dive in.

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How to Encrypt and Password-Protect Microsoft Office Files

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Documents, sheets, and slideshows created by the Microsoft Office suite are, by default, editable and readable by anyone having access to the file. If the file consists of sensitive or private data, keeping them in their default state is dangerous. One solution is to wrap them in a password-protected archive. But, there's a better option. Microsoft Office provides a native way to encrypt and password-protect its files. That's what we're going to learn about in this guide. It's simple and easy to implement. If you're using a very old version of Office, the methods mentioned below may not work. So, let's get started.

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10 Useful Blogging Tools I Use and Recommend

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I've been blogging for more than a decade now and during this journey, I've learned countless methods and techniques to blog professionally, in a correct way. These methods involve the use of the right tools that aid in your blogging workflow. In the post, I'm going to share some of the tools I use daily in my blogging routine. You may be familiar with some of them and others may be a complete surprise for you. Whatever is the case, using these tools will add more options to your blogging tools arsenal giving you an edge over your competitors. So, let's get started and check out some of these awesome blogging tools.

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How to Use Internet Explorer Mode in Microsoft Edge

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Though modern web browsers are used by the majority of internet users, there is still a good percentage of users using legacy software. Web developers often need to test their web apps against these old web browsers to make sure they work well for these users too. Emulators or instances on virtual machines are heavy and consume a lot of system resources when it comes to running old testing environments. Fortunately, Microsoft Edge has an Internet Explorer mode to easily test websites. It's easy to use and can be activated in a few simple steps. I use it to test some of my clients' websites using legacy features.

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How to Fix Core Web Vitals Issues on Your Website

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Search engine optimization techniques have come a long way and have changed considerably in the last few years. Techniques that were considered legitimate earlier are no more valid and dozens of new optimization directives have been pushed ahead by search engines to comply with. One of the important metrics for SEO nowadays is core web vitals. It's considered to be a major factor when trying to achieve good rankings on search engines. In this tutorial, we'll see how to make sure our website's core web vitals metrics are up-to-date and error-free to get better results in the search results. Let's get started!

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How to Use YouTube's and Facebook's Mobile Interface on a Desktop

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Savvy internet users spend a considerable amount of time on Facebook or YouTube. No matter which device (mobile or desktop) you're using to access both these websites, the time spent on each of them is significant for a large number of internet users. Generally, we use the regular interface of these platforms built specifically for the device or screen we're opening them on. But, sometimes we need to open the mobile interface of these services on a desktop and vice versa. We'll learn how to do the former action. Users generally do this when they have a slow internet connection or just want to save bandwidth.

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How to Convert a WordPress Site to a Static HTML Website

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HTML code in a code editorStatic site generators are a craze nowadays. Websites built with SSGs are blazing fast and are generally not easily hackable because it's just vanilla HTML and CSS. Nowadays, a lot of WordPress websites are shifting to static site generators. If you're looking for the same, this guide will help you convert your WordPress site into a blazing-fast static site equivalent. We'll use a handy tool for the same so that even technically challenged can do it, without any issues. Static websites have some limitations too as you cannot inject dynamic content into pages through a native underlying CMS as it just doesn't exist.
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