Being a businessman, I often have toolkits and other objects that I take with me to clients’ sites. These kits can be quite valuable, and accidentally leaving them at the clients’ sites without identification could result in a loss of tens or hundreds of dollars. A while back, this led me to find a solution to that problem, and doing so with something that’s weatherproof and sturdy.
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It’s like Mark Cuban said in a 2017 interview, “Data is the new gold!” These days, almost everything in our lives generates data. Our phones, our computers, even our thermostats! That data is all stored in some format somewhere. The nice thing about Excel is that you can import data of almost any type into it. However, getting metadata, or “data about data,” for those datasets in Excel can be difficult.
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A few months back, my Synaptics Touchpad on my MSI GL63 8RD updated itself. Before that point, I had been happy with the touchpad and its settings. I was able to use it when I needed it, and disable it when I needed to. Continue reading “How To Disable “Always On” Synaptics Touchpad (Windows 10)”
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