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Peloton’s Fitness App Cycles on to the Roku Platform

Roku Unless you’re HBO Max, everyone wants to be on Roku. And now you can add Peloton to that list, which launched the Peloton Channel on Roku today. You can use the app with or without equipment, and download it in a few easy clicks. That should make fitness at home more accessible than ever….

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10 Useful Xbox One Settings You Should Know About

There are a wealth of Xbox One settings worth exploring. Whether you want to unlock more functionality or fix annoying defaults, it’s worth taking a trip into the Xbox One settings menu every once in a while. Microsoft has added more settings through updates over the years, so you may have missed some of these…

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How to View a Saved Password in Google Chrome

Sometimes, you need to log in to a website from a different browser or device, but can’t remember your password. Luckily, if you’ve previously allowed Chrome to save it for Autofill, you can easily recover it on Windows 10, macOS, Chrome OS, or Linux. First, open Chrome. In the upper-right corner of any window, click…

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5 PC Parts That Tend to Die: How to Extend Their Lifespans

In an ideal world, your PC would last as long as you need it, and the only reason to get a new one would be for the performance boost. Unfortunately, life isn’t fair. PC parts die. Replacements can be expensive—so it makes sense to get the most out of every part you can. The most…

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Discord Says Its Chat Client is Not Just for Gamers Anymore

Discord If you’ve joined a small chat group in the last year or two, you’ve probably used one of two platforms: Slack (which we use for work at Review Geek!) or Discord. The latter has always catered to gamers thanks to a built-in VOIP client, but now it’s branching out. Discord is rebranding to be…

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