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How to stop words capitalisation in Microsoft Word and in Google docs

Today quick and easy tutorial how to stop words from being capitalised at the beginning of the sentence in Google docs and Microsoft Word. I was making some notes in Google docs document the other day, and had to write some code in ruby programming language. The default option was to capitalise letters which, in this particular case, was not required. I have changed the words back to small caps only to have the same problem a few lines later. If you have the same issues, it is better to change the general setting and stop the program to change letters completely. Here is how to do in Google docs and Microsoft word.

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How to better protect your Paypal account

Hackers, for obvious reasons, for years have been targeting Paypal accounts to steal money. It was not very difficult as Paypal offered their users only basic protection via passwords. Luckily at some point the company introduced 2-step verification, more effective measure to improve accounts security.

Basically, if you switch this on, to log into your account you need to first use your email and password as before. But there is also an additional, second step. If the password is correct, you will be sent a Security key (6-digit number) via text message to your phone. You copy this security key from your message to the website and, voila, you are logged on.

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How to switch on 2-step verification for Gmail and Google

Guys, protecting your email accounts is so important! Once your email account is compromised, the hacker can gain access to pretty much everything else. Why? Because majority of web application use email as the medium for recovering lost or forgotten passwords.

For that reason you need to protect your email as much as you can. The good news is that this extra protection is very easy to set up, it only takes 2 minutes. It is not 100% perfect, hacking is still possible, but breaking is will be much more difficult that in reality, vast majority of people that will take advantage of it, will never be hacked.

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How to transfer mp3 files and playlists from Windows PC to iPhone

I recently got my first iPhone and wanted to transfer some audio mp3 files from my PC to it. It is not so easy as the interface is not very intuitive. I had to spend a couple of minutes figuring out how to do it. Here’s what I’ve learnt.

How to copy single mp3 file from PC to iPhone

First things first. In order to transfer files from your computer to iPhone, you need to install iTunes first (if you do not have it, grab it here). After you download and install it, you also need to connect your phone to your PC with a USB cable. You should see something like that:

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Google Home review

For the last couple of months I was thinking of buying an internet radio for my kitchen. Then, I noticed these smart speakers getting more and more popular. In the end I bought one of them, Google Home, instead of the internet radio. Well, I am glad I did.

Google Home costs pretty much the same as decent internet radio but is so much more. It is essentially a virtual assistant that will not only play music but also provide information, entertainment and help you out with many daily tasks.

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