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How to Use Cinematic Mode to Shoot Better Video on iPhone

Cinematic mode debuted alongside the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro as a way of shooting smooth, cinematic footage with an emphasis on depth-of-field. We’ll show you how to shoot your next masterpiece with it. Read More »

What Is a Favicon?

You’ve probably noticed that websites have little icons that appear in your browser tabs. These icons make it easy to visually identify a website. They’re little logos for the website. There’s actually a special term for these icons—“favicon.” Read More »

How to Add a Checkbox in Google Sheets

Checkboxes are handy for all types of situations, even for data you add to a spreadsheet. In Google Sheets, you can add checkboxes for things like project tasks, answers to questions, or selecting product attributes. Read More »

What Is a NanoCell TV?

The term “NanoCell TV” is one of many TV marketing terms designed to make TVs stand out in a crowded marketplace. This term was coined by LG, so you’ll find it on some LG TVs. Here’s what it actually means. Read More »

How to Connect AirPods to a Windows 11 PC

Although Apple’s AirPods are designed to work with other Apple products, you can also connect them to your Windows 11 PC. All you need to do is turn on Bluetooth on your PC and enable Pairing Mode on your AirPods. Read More »

What Is a Crypto Token?

If you’ve been reading about crypto and the blockchain lately, you may have encountered people talking about “crypto tokens.” What exactly are these tokens and how do they differ from cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin? Read on to find out. Read More »

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How to Disable User Account Control (UAC) on Windows

User Account Control is an important Windows security feature. If a running application wants full access to your system, it has to ask with a UAC prompt. If you disable UAC, all running applications can gain Administrator access without asking first. Read More »

How to Cancel Your YouTube Premium Subscription

YouTube Premium offers many features, but if you don’t use them, it’s wise to cancel your paid subscription. We’ll show you how to cancel YouTube Premium on both desktop and mobile. Read More »

SCUF Gaming Is the Latest Company to Leak Your Credit Card Number

It seems like every single day, there’s some hack or leak that causes personal data to be leaked. Sometimes, it’s just a name or phone number, but in the latest hack involving SCUF Gaming, people’s credit card information was stolen. Read More »

Google Assistant Should Be Ashamed of Its Smart Home Routines

For years I’ve said that automation is the key to great smart homes. Voice controls are nice, but a system that anticipates your needs is better. Despite preferring Google smart home devices, I can’t switch to them entirely. Why? Because Google Assistant routines are trash. Google should be ashamed. Read More »

How to Turn Off Photos in Spotlight Search Results on iPhone

By default, your iPhone will display photo suggestions with thumbnails in Spotlight Search results on iOS 15 or higher. It can be handy, but it also can potentially clutter up the search results. Here’s how to disable or hide the photo thumbnails. Read More »


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Forget Windows 11: Windows 10’s 21H2 Update Arrives in November

If you’re not ready to give up on Windows 10, you can rest easy knowing that Microsoft isn’t, either. The company just announced that the 21H2 Update is coming in November 2021. It doesn’t bring much in terms of new features, but at least it’s keeping Windows 10 alive and kicking. Read More »




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How to Find Your Printer’s IP Address on Windows 10

If you have a network printer connected to your Windows 10 PC and you’d like to configure or troubleshoot it, you will have to find your printer’s IP address. Here are several ways to do it. Read More »


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How to Delete a Text Box in Google Slides

When you’re making some final adjustments to your Google Slides presentation, you may find a text box or two that feels like they don’t belong. Luckily, there’s a very simple way to get rid of them. Read More »

How to Magnify Any App on Your iPhone or iPad

If you use an iPhone or iPad app that’s a little hard to see, with text or images that are a bit small, you can magnify it. This allows you to continue using the app but with an improved experience. Read More »

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