The 6 Best Wireless Mice for 2022

Our pick

Logitech M720 Triathlon

The Triathlon is comfortable for a wide range of hand sizes, and it has six programmable buttons and long battery life.

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*At the time of publishing, the price was $30.

Connection type: Bluetooth and wireless USB dongle

The Logitech M720 Triathlon can pair with, and quickly switch between, three devices via Bluetooth, or you can connect it via the included USB dongle. It also has six buttons that you can customize using Logitech’s Options software and a scroll wheel that toggles between ratcheted and smooth scrolling. And its single AA battery should last for two years, according to Logitech. But the Triathlon is contoured for right-handed mouse users—so it’s not ideal for lefties—and it doesn’t work on glass or mirrored surfaces.

Runner-up

Logitech M585 Multi-Device

The Logitech M585 Multi-Device is another comfortable wireless mouse with customizable buttons and long battery life, but

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Lansingburgh boosts after-school programing

Learning doesn’t stop when the school bell rings at the end of the day. But districts across the country are struggling with the same problem — how do you provide after-school programming, on a budget?

Some districts, like the Lansingburgh Central School District, have found their answer in 21st Century grant funding provided by the federal government.

The grant provides $400,000 each year for five years. That has enabled Lansingburgh to offer afterschool programming for more than 70 students.

Antonio Abitabile, the superintendent of the Lansingburgh Central School District, believes the funding will also help keep students out of trouble.

“One of the things that it will do for us is provide a safer environment after school. As we know, kids are always looking for things to do after school,” says Abitabile.

Photography is one of the electives students can now participate in thanks to the grant funding. For many

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Danville business owner teaches computer skills to those released from prison

Steve Barrow opened his computer repair and sales business on Franklin Turnpike nearly two years ago. But soon after starting up, he saw a need for teaching basic computer skills to those recently released from prison.

Barrow offers free one-on-one computer training at his store, Hammer Hill Computers, to help returning residents reenter society. Those who have been in jail or prison, especially after a lengthy sentence, will likely have trouble operating computers and navigating the Internet, Barrow said.

“If you’ve been in prison for 20 years, you’re not going to know Google,” he said during an interview at his business last week.

Barrow does not ask what his clients served time for. That’s beside the point.

“I don’t ask what they went in for,” he said. “It’s not my business.”

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On average, he spends a total of about four hours instructing two people a week.

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How to troubleshoot your computer peripherals

No matter how well you look after your computer, something is going to eventually go wrong. And the issue won’t always be the machine itself, but maybe something you’ve plugged into it.

Peripherals (mice, keyboards, gamepads, webcams, and printers) can sometimes be a pain—they might either stop working or cause problems with the hardware and the software on your computer.

But before you make a (potentially expensive) call to a tech support professional, try troubleshooting your gadget problem yourself. There are certain steps that can be helpful in all scenarios, and that may well get your hardware working properly again.

Do some testing

Before you troubleshoot any tech problem, you need to know exactly where the problem is. The best way to do this is to test your peripheral in another computer. Don’t skip this step—even if that means you have to go round to a friend or relative’s house

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Acadiana newsmakers: Judi LeJeune named senior vice president and director of marketing for Home

Judi LeJeune, a longtime public relations director with IberiaBank/First Horizon, has been named senior vice president and director of marketing for Home Bank.

LeJeune has experience in public relations, media relations and advertising and in working with banking teams across multiple states. She is a graduate of CABL’s Leadership Louisiana and Leadership Lafayette.

She has served on the operations and programing committee for Moncus Park, as past president for Cathedral Carmel Foundation and Festival International de Louisiane, and the executive committee for Lafayette Ballet Theatre.







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Former Greenville High basketball coach Bob Fagley, left, is pictured with Acadian Companies Chairman & CEO Richard Zuschlag and his wife, Elaine, at the Hall of Fame induction ceremony for the Greenville (Pennsylvania) Area School District Educational Foundation’s Distinguished Hall of Fame ceremony.




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A black screen is a frustrating issue for Windows 11 users to encounter, and IT administrators often have to consider a long list of possible causes in order to fix it.

Black screen issues in Windows 11 can be difficult to resolve. It’s not because the fixes themselves are particularly complicated but because of the time it can take to try different troubleshooting methods. Black screen errors can occur for many reasons, such as Windows updates, faulty applications, outdated drivers or malware infections.

As a Windows administrator, you’ll have to fix the problem by trying different strategies, one step at a time.

What’s behind Windows 11 black screen?

A black screen in Windows 11 can sometimes resolve itself before you ever figure out the cause. It may take many instances of trial and error to resolve the issue. When trying to identify what’s behind Windows 11 black screens, you should

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The best online coding courses in 2022

The best online coding courses offer a convenient, flexible way to learn in-demand skills, whether you plan to work in programming or just want an additional string in your bow and to understand the process. A wide variety of online coding schools of programs of study that you can make work around your own timetable, meaning that you can study coding around work or other commitments. This makes them more convenient than studying in person, and they’re usually more economical too. 

On top of that, the sheer number and range of online coding courses mean you’re almost guaranteed to find a course that teaches the language you want to learn at an appropriate level and with a workload that suits you. To help you find one, we’ve selected our own pick of the best online courses that we’ve found.

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Stray modders are putting their own four-legged friends in the game

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As spotted by Imogen Donovan (opens in new tab), a quick glance at Nexus Mods and you’ll be met with an entire litter of reskins made to resemble either the modder’s own pets or to fulfil requests on behalf of other players who want their cat in-game. It’s absolutely bloody adorable and has opened the game to a whole variety of fuzzy friends. There are tuxedo cats, calicoes, and even adorable sphynxes! Some, like this gorgeous grey domestic cat (opens in new tab), have been made to honour pets who passed away. I’m not crying,

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Computer Repair Service During ND Bookstore Transition | News and Updates | About | Office of




Computer repair service at the Notre Dame Bookstore Technology (Hammes) Hub will continue to be available to faculty, staff and students, but some service availability changes will begin prior to the management transition period (March 5 through March 13).

Normal service will continue to be available through Sunday, Feb. 27.

Computers can still be taken to the Technology Hub for service between Monday, Feb. 28 and Friday, March 4. Minor issues that can be repaired while the owner waits or overnight will be addressed during this time.

However, service for computers with complicated issues or those requiring warranty repairs may be delayed until the ND Bookstore reopens on Monday, March 14.

For those who must leave their computer at the Technology Hub for an extended time, contact your departmental IT support staff to discuss options to meet your needs while your computer is being repaired.

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Google has developed a number of programming languages over the years, some of which have gained significant notoriety and prominence. As an illustration, Golang (or just Go) was developed to facilitate the creation of servers and distributed systems and has since been embraced by the general public.

The Dart programming language, which was first meant to serve as a JavaScript substitute, didn’t gain widespread acceptance until the release of Flutter.

What distinguishes Carbon from other materials now?

Because of its

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