Galaxy Z Fold 2’s price may have leaked, and it could be cheaper than last year’s

Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 2 will apparently cost the equivalent of $2,360 in the UK.

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Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Z Fold 2 during a Sept. 1 Unpacked livestream, but its UK branch seems to have revealed the most important detail a few days early. The second-generation foldable phone will cost £1,799 (around $2,360), according to Android Authority, which took a screenshot of the since-deleted version of the product page.

The UK site lists last year’s Samsung Galaxy Fold at £1,900 (around $2,500), so we may be looking at a lower price for the

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How to use your GoPro Hero8 as a webcam for your Windows PC

GoPro Hero8 owners can now use their camera for video meetings on Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet and more.

Webcams have become something of a prized item within the new remote working environment, particularly now that video meetings have become essential for communication and collaboration. They’ve been pretty hard to get a hold of too: within days of businesses introducing mandatory remote working policies, a decent webcam became harder to score than a pair of tickets to Hamilton.

Fortunately for owners of the GoPro Hero8, they can now use their action cam as a high-quality webcam for their Windows

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Top desktop as a service (DaaS) providers: Amazon, Citrix, Microsoft, VMware, and more

Desktop as a service adoption lags behind on-premise VDI, but the popularity of cloud-hosted desktops is growing. Here’s a look at the top DaaS providers and their services.

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Desktop as a Service (DaaS) is a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) hosted in the cloud and paid for as a subscription service, usually charged for by the seat. DaaS solutions use a multi-tenancy architecture where a single application instance is delivered to multiple users, or “tenants”. The third-party service provider assumes the responsibility for managing the desktop infrastructure. 

Features and benefits of DaaS

As with other cloud services,

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Microsoft just made securing Windows 10 PCs a whole lot easier for IT admins

New security capabilities designed for SMEs allow IT admins to apply baseline security settings across an organization.

Microsoft is making it easier for IT admins to configure baseline security settings for Windows 10 business users.

The company has introduced a new, ‘streamlined’ setup experience that allows admins to apply security settings on an organization-wide scale via the Microsoft 365 Admin Center.

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This includes activating Windows Defender Antivirus for all users, web filtering and protecting files and folders on PCs with BitLocker Drive Encryption.

The feature has been built

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Walmart Joins Microsoft Bid to Buy TikTok

US retail giant Walmart said Thursday it had teamed with Microsoft to buy TikTok, the Chinese-owned short-form video app that has come under fire from the administration of President Donald Trump.

The app has been at the center of a diplomatic storm between Washington and Beijing since Trump signed an executive order on August 6 giving Americans 45 days to stop doing business with its Chinese parent company ByteDance

The president claims TikTok could be used by China to track the locations of federal employees, build dossiers on people for blackmail, and conduct corporate espionage.

The order effectively set

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How to apply both left and right alignment by using a table in Microsoft Word

Unlike a line of text, which responds to only one alignment setting, a table lets you set a different alignment for every cell.

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Microsoft Word offers four alignment choices: Left, center, right, and flush. Because they’re paragraph properties, you can’t assign more than one to the same paragraph or line, at least not in the usual way. If you try, the last assigned alignment will take precedence.

In the article, How to apply both left and right alignment to text without using a table in Word, I showed you how to reconcile right and

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