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Google recently rolled out Chrome OS version 76 and with it comes a virtual desktop feature. Here’s how to enable it and use the “Virtual Desks” feature on your...

What is Phishing and How Do I Protect Myself from it?

Phishing scams, unfortunately, aren’t going away, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. Here’s how to detect phishing attempts to keep your identity and data safe. ShareTweetShareShareEmail One...

How to Create Fillable Forms in Microsoft Word

There are two simple methods to create fillable fields in Word. One is to create custom fields. The other is to use developer tools and the various data-entry controls...

How to Take a Photo or Video with the Camera App on a Chromebook

Google has been improving its Camera app for Chrome OS. If you need to take a video or photo using your Chromebook using the built-in Camera app, here’s how. ShareTweetShareShareEmail There...

The Best Hidden New Features for iOS 13

Apple has put a lot of new features in the latest version of iOS 13 which will roll out in the coming weeks. Here is a look at some...

How to Remove or Extract Individual Pages from a PDF

Have you ever received huge PDF files where all you really needed was a single page or a couple of pages? Here’s a tip on how to extract just...

The GoDonut Portable Universal Device Stand is the One You Need

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Moving your Two Factor Authenticators to 1Password

Passwords alone are not enough to keep your online life secure. Two-Factor Authentication adds an extra layer of security. Here we look at integrating your 2FA authenticators with 1Password. ShareTweetShareShareEmail I’m...

What is Venmo and How Do I Use it?

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Hot Features Set to Arrive from Apple

Apple is releasing its new iPadOS 13 in the coming months. It’s a tablet-specific operating system packed full of exciting new features that allow you to do more with...

How to Check Your Calendar from Your Apple Watch

If you use the Calendar app on your iPhone to keep track of your busy day, digging into your pocket to view it can get annoying. With Apple Watch...

What Is Facebook Payments and How Do I Use It?

Facebook boasts Billions of users and it does offer a lot of services. If you’re on Facebook anyway, you can use it to send money to friends, companies, and...

How to Cast Media from Microsoft Edge to Google Chromecast

Microsoft is building a new Edge that is based on Chromium. As you’d expect, there are many features that are in Google Chrome. One of which is casting media...

How to Stop Humans from Listening to Your Amazon Alexa Recordings

The only way to improve Alexa is to have actual human beings review voice recordings and transcriptions for mistakes. But if you want more control over privacy, you can...

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When it comes to DIY home monitoring and security, there are many services and devices on the market. Here we’ll take a look at several systems and help you...

What it is and How to Protect Yourself

Sextortion is an escalating cyber threat. Hackers attempt to extort money or sexual favors by threatening to reveal your private data. Here’s how to avoid these guileful attacks. ShareTweetShareShareEmail One of...

Is the iPad Pro Poised to Replace Your Laptop?

In recent months, Apple has taken steps to allow the iPad Pro to perform more like a computer. But is the pro tablet ready yet to completely replace a...

How to Turn on Google Assistant on Your Chromebook Now

Google isn’t officially making Google Assistant enabled by default on all Chromebooks until Chrome OS 77 is released. But you can enable it now by flipping on a switch...

How to Check Your Wi-Fi Signal Strength

Whether you’re trying to troubleshoot buffering issues with Netflix or solve device connectivity issues, running a speed test can help. Here is a look at ways to test your...

How to Add Users and Switch Accounts on Apple TV Running tvOS 13

If you own an Apple TV, it’s nice when each family member can have their own experience while using the device. Here is how to add users and switch...

How to Migrate from Google Photos to Amazon Photos Unlimited

With Google Photos, you only get 15 GB of free storage. But as an Amazon Prime member, you have access to unlimited photo storage — even full-res RAW image...

Hate the New Look of Twitter? You Can Change it Back

Twitter recently rolled out an updated interface to its web version of the app. If you don’t like the new UI, here are a couple of ways you can...

How to Use External Drives with iPad Pro Running iOS 13

With the introduction of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, Apple is finally bringing external drive support for your devices. Here is a look at using an external drive and...

How to Close Unresponsive Apps on Your Chromebook

When you’re having a good day getting things done on your Chromebook, nothing is more annoying than a frozen app. Here is how to close an unresponsive app so...

How to Check and Manage Email from Your Apple Watch

There are many features packed into an Apple Watch. One of those is the ability to get email notifications, read messages, and even reply to them from your wrist....

How to Switch Your PayPal Payment Method for Automatic Payments and Subscriptions

When you use PayPal to send payments or shop online, you’re not confined to one linked bank account or card. Here’s how to change your preferred payment method for...

Functional, Affordable Adobe Acrobat Alternative

Choosing the right PDF editor for your needs isn’t easy. But PDFelement Pro 7 is a solid option that offers all the features you’d expect from a high-end, professional...

What Is a Router? What Can it Do and Why Do I Need One?

What is a router? A router is a device that handles the flow of information as it travels out of one network and into another. Learn how use modern...

How to Use Theater Mode on Your Apple Watch

Phones ringing and lighting up during a movie can be a distraction. But what about the watch on your wrist? Here’s how to silence it by enabling Theater Mode. ShareTweetShareShareEmail While...

How to Find Your Windows 10 PC Hardware and System Specs

Whether it’s for troubleshooting or replacing a part, sometimes you need to know what’s under the hood of your Windows 10 PC. Check out our guide on how to...

What is the AirDrop Feature on iPhone and How Do I Use it?

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How to Find and Replace Formatting in Microsoft Word and Excel

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How to Use the New Sidecar Feature on iPadOS 13

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How to Transfer Playlists from Any Streaming Service to Another

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How to Use Apple Watch as a Pedometer Without Your iPhone

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How to Play Google’s Hidden Tennis Game Easter Egg

IN celebration of the Wimbledon tournament this year Google has added a hidden tennis game. Here is how to find and play it on the desktop or your phone. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Google...

How to Conquer the Microsoft Office Find and Replace Feature

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How to Find and Manually Update Apps on iOS 13 in the App Store

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Three of the Best Free Mind Mapping Apps for iPhone

When it comes to creativity and collaboration, mind mapping apps are an important part of the process. Here is a look at three great mind mapping apps for iPhone...

Experience 1985 Windows with the Windows 1.11 Game and Throwback Theme

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How to Manage Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) Accounts with Authy

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Create a Customized Gamerpic for Your Xbox Live Profile

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What is Face ID on iOS and How Do I Use It?

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Four Trello Power-Ups That Will Boost Your Productivity

When it comes to using Trello, most users know the basics. But did you know you can also use PowerUps to improve your workflow? Here are four free Power-Ups...

How to Leave the iOS 13 Public Beta and Return to iOS 12

Apple rolled out the iOS 13 Public Beta this week and if you jumped in and now realize it’s not for you, you can leave the beta and return...

How to Add a Background Image to a Google Calendar

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Apple’s public beta program is now open and you can start testing the new versions of iOS 13, iPadOS, tvOS 13, and macOS Catalina. Here’s how to join and...

Apple iTunes Might Be on Life Support, but It Isn’t Dead

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How to Play the Google Chrome “Dinosaur Game” Easter Egg

Google hides a lot of unique and interesting Easter Eggs into its products. Here is one of the most often overlooked hidden games in Chrome that you may not...

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