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Get Automatic Notifications When Web Pages Change

I Get Automatic Notifications When Web Pages Change: Here’s How and Why I Do It – By Jason Dookeran How-To Geek
Whether you’re tracking competitors, following industry news, or monitoring resources for research, manually checking each site for changes is a huge time sink. Fortunately, there’s a solution that can shoulder the burden for you, freeing up valuable time and mental energy.

What Is Cellular Data Throttling, and What Can You Do About It?

What Is Cellular Data Throttling, and What Can You Do About It? – By Sydney Butler How-To Geek
The speed of cellular data services is often a point of contention, especially since it changes depending on where you are at the moment, but that doesn’t mean your internet speeds are just up with the weather. Your mobile service provider can squeeze the pipe a little on purpose, and that’s what cellular throttling is all about.

Chromebooks get new cursor settings and automatic screen magnifier

Chromebooks get new cursor settings and automatic screen magnifier – By Dylan R. Coyle Android Police
May 16, 2024, marks the 13th annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), which is a day that aims to bring awareness to the struggles of digital inclusion and access to the over-one-billion people who live with disabilities. While phones and other smart devices have certainly gotten easier as technology has progressed, there will always be room for accessibility improvements.

Bitwarden transitions from Manifest v2 to v3

Bitwarden transitions from Manifest v2 to v3 – By Cesar Gonzalez bitwarden.com
The service worker introduced in Manifest v3 is ephemeral, meaning that stateful data in the service worker can be lost at any time. Consequently, data required for the Bitwarden extension must now be stored either in a limited, memory-only session storage or in some form of disk-based local storage.

Chromebooks Now Work Better with Microsoft Office and OneDrive

Chromebooks Now Work Better with Microsoft Office and OneDrive – By Corbin Davenport How-To Geek
Chromebooks are primarily built around Google’s own online services, like Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Drive. Some people would prefer to use other tools, though, and thankfully Google is now rolling out improved support for Microsoft Office documents and Microsoft 365 online services.

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