Brian Steele

Brian Steele

MacOS Keyboard Shortcuts Sticker for MBP / MBA

JavaScript is disabled. For the best experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. You are using an obsolete browser. It may not display this or other websites correctly.You need to upgrade or use a alternative browser. If you’re new to Mac or haven’t memorized the built-in keyboard shortcuts, …

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Spreadsheet Software Market Size 2021 Key Industry Strategies, Segmentation, Application, Trends and Opportunities

Detailed study and analysis of the Global Spreadsheet Software Market highlights new trends in the spreadsheet software industry and provides businesses with business information. This study helps manufacturers, suppliers and investors, CEOs to identify opportunities and business optimization strategies to improve their value in the global Spreadsheet Software market. Provides …

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Questionable Curriculum: Germantown School District

*** Warning: Graphic language *** Despite Superintendent’s Denial, Critical Race Theory Is Found in Teacher Training and Other Materials June 21, 2021 By MacIver staff This is the next entry in the MacIver Institute’s Questionable Curriculum series, an ongoing investigation of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and its use in K12 …

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Linux built-in tools for data recovery and backup

While Linux distributions aren’t exactly considered the most user-friendly operating systems available, there are many different distributions that include some very useful utilities – as long as you know where to look. Not only can some of these utilities be used to manage and maintain your Linux data, some of …

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New Apple Leak Reveals Powerful Features Of MacBook Pro

Apples MacBook Pro family is at the forefront of the evolution of macOS to ARM-based hardware that offers more power, better battery life, and cooler running computers. The latest leaks highlight the power offered by new laptops. And his timely news. Anyone looking to upgrade should do their best to …

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How to take screenshots on Ubuntu? 4 different methods

Old wisdom says a picture is worth a thousand words. The idea behind it is that the information conveyed by watching something is much more effective than listening or reading a description. Screenshots are a stylish aid to have on your side, especially if you’re trying to explain a complex …

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