Did you know you can use Rocketbook anytime, anywhere for free with the FREE Rocketbook templates?

Today I took advantage of a deal at Amazon for a Rocketbook. Rocketbook is a reusable, cloud-connected, notebook for note-taking purposes. You can blast your handwritten notes and big ideas to your favorite cloud destinations with the FREE Rocketbook companion app, then erase your notebook pages with water to use the pages over, again and again! Now, how cool is that.

While I await shipment of my Rocketbook, I started to explore more; and, I happened across a portion on the Rocketbook site that allows you to download templates that you can use with the Rocketbook app. Definitely is a great way to try out the app and the technology before you order your Rocketbook.

Download, print and scan Rocketbook pages for free

If interested in buying a Rocketbook, CLICK HERE to visit Amazon to see the selection of Rocketbooks that are available.

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A tutorial on the “10 Hidden Amazon Fire Stick Features & Settings”

Here at “Tech News For You” I have been experimenting with various online TV streaming options. So far, I am stuck on the Amazon Fire Stick. I was going to write an article about some of the hidden features and settings that I have come across, but found this great video that covers all the bases. If you are interested in giving an Amazon Fire Stick a try, they are available at Amazon (click here), are reasonable in cost, and provide a great way to cut the cord from cable. What I have found is that the Fire Stick is basically Android on a stick which means you can install many Android apps.

10 Hidden Amazon Fire Stick Features & Settings

WHEN YOU WORKED in the office, you had plenty of space for multiple monitors. But now that you’re working from home, the company laptop screen leaves a little to be desired. Fortunately, it’s easy to add more screen space to most laptops, even if it doesn’t have a built-in display output…

Many laptops come with a port dedicated to connecting a second monitor built right in. In some cases, these may look like the typical ports you’re used to, such as HDMI, but more often they’re smaller versions that look unfamiliar. If there’s a port you don’t recognize, check to see if it’s something you can connect to a display.

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Learn How To Connect A Second Monitor To Your Laptop @ Wired

People have been selling and donating old tech for years. One security researcher decided to find out just how many people remembered to delete their personal information before handing over their old devices. You’ll be surprised at just how many did not erase them properly…

Before donating or selling a device, you need to make sure everything has been deleted properly.

If you don’t wipe your device, information can be found later on down the road. All those deleted letters, financial documents and compromising photos are still lurking on the computer. All it takes is a little know-how to recover them.

Continue Reading @ Kim Komando

It appears that Microsoft is going ahead with its plans to drop the useful ‘System’ applet from the Control Panel, and instead force people to use the ‘Settings’ app that was first introduced with Windows 8…

This risks annoying a lot of people, because the ‘System’ part of Control Panel is genuinely very useful, giving you an overview of your PC (such as what processor and amount of RAM you have installed), along with quick links to your PC manufacturer’s support website and more.

Read More @ Tech Radar

Can Microsoft Word read to me? Yes, it can. There are three ways to accomplish this task: The Speak and Read Aloud features in Word, or the Narrator feature in Windows…

The Speak feature was incorporated into Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, etc.) back in version 2003. It was called Text to Speech (TTS) then, and it functioned much the same as it does now. Fortunately, it’s a very simple procedure to set up and use, so you can get started immediately.

Learn More @ PCWorld

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