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How to disable the UFW firewall in Linux

If you’re not happy with the UFW firewall on your Linux PC and want to uninstall it but don’t know where to start, it’s understandable. For as good as this firewall is, no mainstream Linux OS goes over how to use it.  In this guide, we’ll go over how you can shut off and even […]

How to Disable Remote Assistance in Windows 10

Remote Assistance lets you—or someone who you trust—gain access to your computer remotely. It’s a useful way to let a family member or trusted tech diagnose a problem you’re having with your PC without having to be there. When not using Remote Assistance, you might want to disable this potentially vulnerable service. How to Disable Remote […]

How to Disable Motion Smoothing on a Sony TV

Some newer Sony TVs have a built-in feature Sony calls “Motionflow,” which is Sony’s implementation of motion smoothing, and can make your TV’s image too smooth. What Is Motionflow Anyway? Motionflow works by increasing the framerate of the content you’re watching. The refresh rate on your display (usually 60hz or 120hz) is often much higher than […]

How to Disable Motion Smoothing on a Samsung TV

Newer Samsung TVs have a feature called “Auto Motion Plus,” which is a form of motion smoothing. Motion smoothing is widely disliked for making a TV’s picture feel too smooth and sometimes a little strange. What Is “Auto Motion Plus” Anyway? Auto Motion Plus works by increasing the framerate of content you watch. Most TV in […]

How to Disable Motion Smoothing on an LG TV

If you’ve got a new LG TV, you might have noticed that the picture feels eerily smooth. This effect, which LG calls “TruMotion,” tries to make your TV’s picture feel smoother but often ends up looking strange. What Is “TruMotion” Anyway? TruMotion is LG’s implementation of motion smoothing. Motion smoothing works by increasing the framerate (the […]

How to Disable Motion Smoothing on a Roku TV

Roku TVs sometimes use a technology they call “Action Smoothing” to artificially speed up the framerate of video, but it often ends up looking fake and ruins the cinematic look of movies. What Is “Action Smoothing” Anyway? Action Smoothing is Roku’s implementation of motion smoothing, a common feature on high-end TVs. Motion smoothing works by […]