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How to install and play arcade-style games on a Roku device using your remote

  • Your Roku streaming player isn't just for watching TV shows and movies — it can also play games.
  • Of course, you're not going to find sophisticated, PS4-like video games on your Roku.
  • The games are simple and have to work with just the controls on the Roku remote control.
  • Sometimes all you want is an arcade-style game to pass the time.
  • To get started, you can install some games from the Roku's streaming channel store.
  • Games are found in the Roku's streaming channel store, along with all the usual streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu, and Disney Plus.
  • You can browse and install games in the same way as any other streaming channel.
  • Typically, games will display a help screen the first time you play that explains the game's controls — but even if it does not, you should be able to figure it out by trial and error pretty quickly.

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How to record audio on a Samsung Galaxy S10 using its built-in Voice Recorder, with 3 different modes

  • There are many voice recording apps available for the Samsung Galaxy S10, but if you don't want to spend time exploring your options, the Samsung Voice Recorder is a reliable and easy to use option, and it comes pre-installed with your phone.
  • If you don't see the Voice Recorder, you might have uninstalled it at some point in the past.
  • The app is free, so you can re-install Samsung Voice Recorder from the Google Play store.
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How to set different wallpapers on each of your dual monitors in Windows 10, or set one picture to stretch across both

  • If you have dual monitors set up, then having the same image on both screens may be a wasted opportunity.
  • Why not display two images that you love, instead of just one?
  • In Windows 10, you can set a different wallpaper on each monitor with a few easy clicks — however, exactly what you need to click isn't immediately obvious.
  • Here's what you need to know about setting different wallpapers on your dual monitors, using Windows 10.
  • Do this for both pictures, and they will appear on your monitors.
  • While you have multiple displays set up, you'll also be offered a new fit option — "Span." Span will allow long images, like panoramic shots, to be stretched across the multiple displays.
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How to turn off notifications on your Samsung Galaxy S10 in 2 different ways

  • Ordinarily, notifications are a handy way to stay up to date on your phone — messages, email, Facebook, and other news or alerts from various apps.
  • But if you're feeling overwhelmed by the constant buzzing of notifications, here's how to take control.
  • If you want to temporarily silence all your notifications at once, you can do that easily by enabling Do Not Disturb mode.
  • You can also read more here about how to customize an Android's Do Not Disturb settings.
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How to turn off AirDrop on your Mac computer, so no one can send you unwanted files

  • AirDrop is Apple's Bluetooth-powered network which allows Mac devices to share files quickly and easily without wires or even internet.
  • Unfortunately, it can also offer an opportunity for unknown devices to send over questionable files.
  • It's generally advised that you turn off AirDrop on your Mac when you're not using it, to prevent security risks.
  • But first you need to know how to turn it off.
  • Note, though, that you can still send files using AirDrop.
  • You can also change your Mac's AirDrop settings so you can only be discovered by your contacts.
  • This is the second option in the "discovered by" drop-down menu.
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How to back up the files on your Windows 10 computer, and keep copies of your data for security

  • If you've never backed up your computer before, or you haven't done it recently, you definitely should.
  • Backing up the files on your computer to an external hard drive, a cloud storage service, or another network can prevent you from losing important documents and data if your computer malfunctions or breaks down.
  • It is also an incredibly easy way to make a copy of all the information stored on your computer, and transfer it over when you get a new one.
  • Here's how to create a backup of your files on Windows 10.
  • Note that if you want to back up your files to an external hard drive, you must have it plugged in before doing this.
  • Once you select your location, it may take a few minutes to back up your files.
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6 emails you can send every week to become more successful

  • I have thought about this, having learned the art and science of effective email over a 30-year corporate career, and will gladly share with you a proactive approach — six emails you should send each week to directly enhance your prospects for success.
  • When you open that email first thing Monday morning and you see the word "KINDNESS" (for example) staring at you, it's a reminder to live that value all week long.
  • If you take the time each week to email one person who deserves your unsolicited praise and appreciation, I guarantee each week you'll be surprising someone (in a good way).
  • Once a week, email a mentor, ask someone for feedback, ask if you can meet for coffee to pick someone's brain, ask a question about something you're curious about — anything that will lead to your personal growth.
  • Once a week, send an email that simply serves to fuel the friendship.

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Legal experts explain how Prince Andrew could be forced to cooperate in the Jeffrey Epstein case

  • Ever since his car-crash interview last month, there has been mounting pressure for Prince Andrew to speak to US investigators about his friendship with deceased sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
  • Mugshot Though Prince Andrew hasn't given too many details about what he witnessed during his friendship with Epstein — and he claims to have had no direct knowledge of illicit activities — investigators will still likely want to interview him, lawyer Dominique Penson told Insider.
  • Juliet Sorensen, a former federal prosecutor who now teaches public corruption and criminal law at Northwestern University's Pritzker School of Law, told Insider there's a good chance that Prince Andrew will speak to US investigators so that he can repair his tarnished reputation.
  • The fact that Andrew is a prince also means that decisions about his involvement in the case will be decided at the highest levels in the Department of Justice, University of Chicago law professor Sharon Fairley said.

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Bitcoin 101: Your essential guide to cryptocurrency

  • But what is Bitcoin all about?
  • And what does it mean to you?
  • The cryptocurrency is seemingly in the news every day as investors and businesses try to understand the future of this digital finance.
  • In The Bitcoin 101 Report, Business Insider Intelligence breaks down how blockchain technology works and details the current and prospective uses of cryptocurrency.
  • This exclusive report can be yours for FREE today.

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We just got a stark warning that the US economy is slowing as trade tensions persist

  • The lagging sales data signals slower economic growth than hoped for in the fourth-quarter, as the US-China trade war also pulled the US manufacturing sector further into a recession last month.
  • While November sales fell under expectations, the lag could also be a result of 2019's shifted holiday season, JPMorgan Chase economist Daniel Silver said in a Thursday note.
  • December's sales data will offer greater clarity on whether the US consumer is cooling, since "the late timing of Thanksgiving this year could have pushed some holiday shopping from November to December," Silver wrote.

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