19 October 2020

Lifehacker UK | Life hacks, tips and tricks

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Zoom lets you create and host meetings, but it isn’t the only online video conferencing solution out there.

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There happens to be a vulnerability in the way Zoom converts URLs into hyperlinks that hackers can use to collect your Windows login credentials and potentially access your desktop remotely.

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While you can always screen-share with a person to walk them through a software setup or a settings tweak, you can also make a quick animated .GIF too.

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There are a number of excellent (and mostly free!) third-party browser extensions that will help you sift through that around-the-clock avalanche of emails.

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Cloudflare has launched a new version of its free DNS (Domain Name System) service called Cloudflare 1.1.1.1 for Families that blocks adult content and malware before your browser ever has a chance to load it.

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Everyone is Zoom-ing nowadays—unless you prefer one of the solid alternatives to the can’t-get-enough-of-those-virtual-backgrounds meeting solution.

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There are several decent video-chatting apps available, but many lack essential video conferencing features like screen sharing.

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Microsoft announced a number of fun new features for its Edge Chromium browser, here’s what you need to know.

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If you’re using Zoom, then there’s a “Touch up my appearance” filter you can apply to your video to smooth out your skin tone.

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Many of us are now on our third week of working from home, and it’s time to get serious about work-life balance.

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Over these past few weeks, has time has lost all meaning? Days feel like weeks. Weeks feel like months. You’re not alone.

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Here’s how to make sure you look conference call-ready

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The recent release of Safari 13.1 introduces stricter third-party cookie blocking features that prevent websites from identifying Safari users and tracking their web activity.

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If you find that a super-structured day is not working for you, you might consider trying what I am calling “Activity Bingo.”

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Is that shortness of breath an anxiety attack, or the onset of the virus? Is the fatigue a result of not being able to sleep for the past several nights because of my anxiety, or something worse?

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Whether it’s been defrosting all day or quickly in the sink, there’s always time to add some flavour to thawing meat.

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Are you hunched over at your desk? This is when we most need a few shoulder stretches.

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