HGTV Smart Home, Vaccination Card Warning, Chicken Recipes, and Much More
HGTV Smart Home, Vaccination Card Warning, Chicken Recipes, and Much More
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  May 2021  
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Shoot For The Stars, Graduates

congrats grads MVEC wishes the best to all of the graduates in our community — whether graduating from preschool, elementary school, middle school, high school, or college. No matter where you are in your educational journey, moving forward is cause for celebration. We congratulate you on your stellar achievements.

We also applaud the contributions of your parents, other family members, and teachers. You are shining brightly today because of their support of you in the past.
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Living Like It's 1958
From her clothes and hairstyle to her home and car, this woman enjoys living her life today as though it's decades ago.
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Bears See First Balloon
These bears in the Netherlands are initially confused when given a balloon, but they soon get the hang of playing with it.
Understanding VoIP Telephone Service Through MVlink's Fiber Internet

girl on phone MVlink uses Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to provide telephone services. VoIP uses your internet connection for making and receiving calls over the internet instead of using the traditional copper wires associated with a Plain Old Telephone System (POTS). Instead of plugging into a wall telephone jack, your phone plugs directly into your internet router just as your computer does.

VoIP is the technology that converts your voice into a digital signal and sends it over the internet to produce a high-quality audio on the other end. Simply put, VoIP allows you to make a call directly from either your computer or your phone.

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Before you start moving furniture or mopping floors, here are ways to bring spring cleaning to your computer, all without breaking a sweat.

Cleaning up your computer is a smart thing to do, not only to gain some disk space again, but also to reduce the risk of being hacked or losing your digital identity.

Here are some tips on where to start:

Delete unneeded software and data - Deleting unneeded software and data can free up storage space and help your device run faster. Consider deleting files you downloaded or created yourself like movie files, sound files, Word and Excel files, and much more. Make a backup of your most important data so if a system failure occurs you don't end up empty handed.

Clean up your mailbox - If you are a home user or an employee working in the office, you probably receive a lot of emails every day. Just moving emails to the trash does not entirely delete them so be sure to empty the email trash bin often.

Clean your web browser (what you use to surf the web) - Hackers use a lot of different ways to get inside your computer or network. Using a loophole or backdoor created by old browser extensions, add-ins, or plugins poses a great risk to your security. Delete your browser history and old browser extensions.

Check your online identity, change passwords, or close your account - Cleaning your computer is a good time to review all of the passwords you use. Remember to use a difficult and long password that doesn't make sense in any language and at least 8 characters long. It should consist of numbers, normal characters, and special characters. If you no longer use the account, close it and delete as much information as you can.

Up-to-date operating system and software - It's necessary to frequently run system updates to avoid any data leaks or virus infections.

These are just a few tips for cleaning your computer to ensure its security and efficiency.
Tour HGTV Smart Home  
Tour HGTV Smart Home
Check out the interior and exterior of this coastal-inspired home and enter the sweepstakes for your chance to win it.
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Every Life has a Story  
Every Life has a Story
Real life tends to be more fascinating than fiction, which you'll discover when exploring the lives of famous people here.
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Valuable Money Lessons  
Valuable Money Lessons
Learn to be skeptical about financial offers and make smarter choices about credit cards, retirement, and more.
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Homemade Salsa
Celebrate National Salsa Month by making salsa at home instead of buying it at the store. Fresher is better!
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3 Quick Chicken Recipes
Bored with your chicken dishes? Try Honey Lime Drumsticks, Ranch Chicken Fingers, and Caprese Chicken.
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Dreamy Cloud Lamp
Turn inexpensive paper lanterns, polyester fiber fill, and hot glue into illuminated clouds to hang from the ceiling.
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How to Remove Wallpaper
If you've struggled with removing wallpaper in the past, check out these helpful tips from an experienced pro.
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Phone: 319-462-3542 · 800-927-6068

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