With Facebook frequently changing the rules about how public your various details are, it’s important to continue to protect your privacy on Facebook. Here are 5 tips to do so.
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Single Sign On saves you the trouble of providing credentials to access sites. Here we will explain SSO in detail so you can decide if this is a good solution for you.
If you have many friends tagging you in Facebook, here’s how you can clean up your Facebook timeline by reviewing what you are tagged in before it appears on your Timeline.
These ten mobile apps were the most downloaded for the first half of 2016. Which ones do you have on your smartphone or tablet?
Both AdBlock and Facebook consider each other a thorn in their side. But what do Facebook engineers do that frustrates AdBlock developers so much?
If you are unhappy with Facebook’s look and feel, use these Chrome extensions to fully customize your Facebook account to your liking.
If you’ve seen a Facebook or Instagram photo that you’d like the ASCII version of, here’s how to convert those photos to ASCII using its URL.
There are some people that you just can’t unfollow. Sometimes it’s easier to mute them, and you can check their page every now and then if you want to keep up appearances. Here’s a guide to muting people on popular social media platforms without getting rid of them completely.
Are you frustrated that Pokemon Go is filling up your Facebook feed? Here’s how you can block all mentions of Pokemon Go in Facebook.
If you’re tired of seeing Facebook Live Notifications while browsing Facebook, here’s a quick tip to help you disable them right from the website.
Lately some people are using the live streaming feature of Facebook to show crimes. How do you feel about the live streaming of news events such as shootings?
If you’re having trouble creating a balance between Facebook & being productive, here’s a solution: Save on Facebook. It lets you save posts to read later.
We’ve gotten used to the idea that using a website or app means it will be tracking our use. But should Facebook and others be able to track non-users?
Facebook now lets you use a 7-second video as your profile pic. All you need is an Android or iOS device. Let’s bring your Facebook profile picture to life!
Social networks are forcing you to download more than just one app to access all the functions. How do you feel about social networks forcing you to download more apps?
Do you prefer to see your Twitter and Facebook posts in chronological order? This tutorial will show you how to do that so you won’t miss a thing.