Interesting Internet Finds
27th February 2022
Nearby Share On Android: All You Need To Know
If you are an Android user and want to know about Nearby Share, check out this post. I don’t use it myself, but not because of anything in the post.
How To Find Your Public & Local IP Address (Windows & Mac)
There are times you might need to know your IP address. This post explains the difference between public and local IP addresses. This post will also show you how to find your IP address should you need to. I suggest keeping this available somewhere you can find it if you need to know your IP address for some reason.
Q&A: Can You Use The Same USB Thumb Drive With Both Windows PCs And Macs?
If you use a PC and know others that use a Mac, this question and answer post will be useful to you. The short answer is yes, but there are special things you need to know to be able to do so. This post explains all that.
5 Ways To Eject An External Hard Drive Or USB From Windows 10
I know some say you don’t need to worry about how you unplug an external USB device from Windows PCs. I always like to make sure to unplug them safely, and you should too. This article shows five ways to unplug USB devices safely.
Android Eye Comfort Shield
I just read this post and adjusted my Galaxy S21 according to the instructions. It does make my eyes more comfortable. If you use an Android phone give this a try.
Just What Is A Hack?
If you have been around computers for a while, I am sure you have heard about hacking. Do you know just what a hack is? Did you know there are good and bad hacks? Do you want to know more about hacks? Check out this post from Leo Notenboom to learn about hacks.
7 Tips For Keeping Your Digital Photos Secure On Vacation
It is vacation time again. If you are like me, you take a lot of digital photos. Check out this post to learn how to keep them secure while you are on vacation.
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