Should You Use an Older Android Phone

Should You Use an Older Android Phone

Many of us like to hold onto our phones because we are comfortable with how they are set up, but should you still use an older Android phone?

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How to Make Your Zoom Call More Secure

How to Make Your Zoom Call More Secure

There are some privacy and security concerns about Zoom that worry its users. This article lists ways you can make your zoom call more secure.

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How to Clear the Cache in Microsoft Edge

How to Clear the Cache in Microsoft Edge

When a webpage is not loading well, clearing the browser cache can help. You’ll learn in this tutorial how to clear the cache in the Microsoft Edge browser.

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How to Collaborate on Google Docs

How to Collaborate on Google Docs

Google Docs allows you to easily collaborate with your team members, allowing them to all work on one document. Learn how you can collaborate on Google Docs.

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How to Set Up or Join a Zoom Meeting

How to Set Up or Join a Zoom Meeting

Zoom is very popular and easy to use. There are several different ways for people to join a Zoom meeting. Read on to find out.

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How to Format Text in WhatsApp Chats

How to Format Text in WhatsApp Chats

Have you wished you could use bold text to emphasize your point in WhatsApp? Here are some ways to format text in Whatsapp chats from within the app using third-party apps.

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4 of the Best Video Conferencing Apps for 2020

4 of the Best Video Conferencing Apps for 2020

Virtual conferencing is the way to go when you can’t physically meet. Here are some of the best video conferencing apps you can use for virtual meetings.

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How to View Subtitles on YouTube

How to View Subtitles on YouTube

Don’t you hate when you want to watch a video but can’t turn up the volume? You can easily enable closed captioning and view subtitles on YouTube.

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10 Smartphone Myths You Should Not Believe

10 Smartphone Myths You Should Not Believe

Many of us hear information that sounds reasonable and adopted it as truth. Here are some smartphone myths that are totally not true. Let’s check them out.

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Top 3 Resources to Teach Kids to Code

Top 3 Resources to Teach Kids to Code

Learning to code helps students to prepare for the future. Here are some of the best resources to teach kids to code in a fun, interactive way.

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Why is My Cell Phone Charging So Slowly?

Why is My Cell Phone Charging So Slowly?

Don’t you hate it when your phone are charging slowly than usual? This is a common issue. Check out these fixes to improve the charging speed of your phone.

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How to Quiet Your Laptop’s Noisy Fan

How to Quiet Your Laptop’s Noisy Fan

If your laptop’s fan is constantly loud, here are some things you can do to reduce the stress on the machine and quiet the laptop’s noisy fan.

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How to Free Up RAM on a Windows Computer

How to Free Up RAM on a Windows Computer

Before you jump ahead and install new RAM to your machine, make use of the following methods to free up RAM on your Windows computer first.

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How to Customize Your Android’s Lock Screen

How to Customize Your Android’s Lock Screen

One thing that you can customize in Android is the lock screen. Here are a few options you can customize on your Android’s lock screen to make it your own.

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How to Tag Faces Manually in Google Photos

How to Tag Faces Manually in Google Photos

Google Photos has an automatic face-tagging feature, but its latest version now allows you to tag the faces in the picture manually. Here’s how to do it.

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How to Trace an Email to Its Source IP

How to Trace an Email to Its Source IP

If you have doubts about the validity of an email, you can check the original IP address for the sending source. Here’s how to trace an email’s source IP.

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How to Childproof Your Android Phone

How to Childproof Your Android Phone

Before you hand over your phone to your kids, follow these steps to childproof your Android phone to make sure they only access what you permit them to see.

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