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Here’s how to access your PC using Samsung smart TV

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The world is changing and the way GenZ and Millennials work is also changing. Now more and more workplaces are adopting hybrid work models. Although convenient, accessing files from a work PC on a home computer can be challenging. But what if you could access all your work files directly on your TV screen?

Your Samsung TV makes this possible and it also does it without any hassle. With the PC On TV feature, you can now remotely access your work computer on your TV screen. Anything else?

You do not need to be tech-savvy to set up a PC on a TV – just follow these simple steps and you’re good to go:

  • Press the Home button on the TV remote.
  • Select PC on TV from the Source menu.
  • Select Windows PC.
  • Install ‘Easy Connection to Screen’ App on your PC.
  • Log in with your Samsung account.
  • When your PC name appears as an icon on TV, select it to connect your PC.

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Unlocked Galaxy S21 FE grabs April 2024 security update in the US

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unlocked Galaxy S21 FE April 2024 update

Samsung has pushed the April 2024 security update for unlocked models of Galaxy S21 FE in the US. The update is rolling out on all network carriers of the US including AT&T, Bluegrass Cellular, Cellular South, Comcast, Cricket, Dish, MetroPCS, Nextech, Tracfone, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Verizon, and Xfinity Mobile.

April 2024 security update for Galaxy S21 FE smartphone is already available in Europe, locked models in the US, and is now expanding to unlocked models as well. Users can identify the update through One UI build version G990U1UESAFXD1.

The latest update protects against security threats by incorporating the latest security patches for Android. It also brings several bug fixes to provide a more reliable and efficient user experience.

To install the update, users should navigate to the Software Update section found within the device’s Settings. They can select ‘Download and install’ from there to initiate the update process.

unlocked Galaxy S21 FE April 2024 update

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Samsung Galaxy M54 starts getting April 2024 security update

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Samsung Galaxy M54 5G April 2024 update

Samsung has begun releasing a new update for the Galaxy M54 smartphone, which brings an April 2024 security update to enhance system security and stability to enhance the overall performance. The update is rolling out in Brazil and the company will expand it in more countries soon.

April 2024 security update for Samsung Galaxy M54 comes with One UI build version M546BXXS4BXD1 and an installation package size of 255MB. It is an initial rollout, so reaching all eligible models may take hours or days.

The latest security patch fixes over 40 security flaws to provide an intuitive experience. The company is dispatching this update with system security improvements to keep your files and data safe on your phone. It also optimizes system stability to offer you uninterrupted and seamless functionality on your device.

If you have received the notification of the update then install it now to get a bug-free experience. You can also check the update by visiting the Settings app on your smartphone, opening the Software Update section, and then tapping on Download and install.

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2k+ Samsung employees march for improved working conditions

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Samsung Labor Union Protest

Demanding improved working conditions, over 2000 Samsung employees held a rally today. Earlier, a labor union comprising thousands of members agreed to protest against Samsung as ongoing discussions failed.

NikkeiAsia reports that over 2,000 labor union members held a rally to pressure Samsung to improve working conditions. Notably, it’s one of the strongest protests the company ever faced from its workers.

The National Samsung Electronics Union comprising 26,000 workforce demands the company to respect them and treat them better in terms of wages, bonuses, and paid holidays.

  • Slogans such as “Respect laborers,” and “Stop suppressing unionists” were chanted outside Samsung’s semiconductor research office in Hwaseong.

Well, the top union leaders denied having planned any strike against the company. The labor union would hold the second rally in the Seocho office next month, rather than considering a strike against their employer.

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