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How to Use iOS 11’s New Files App on iPhone and iPad


It’s been a decade since we first saw the iPhone and iOS. Apple has never included a “user exposed” file system on iPhone or iPad.

Is a Free OCR Scanner Good Enough? Microsoft OneNote vs. Nuance OmniPage


Optical character recognition (OCR) tools allow you to quickly convert printed or handwritten text into digital text.

10 Devices You Can Use With a VPN


You’ve heard all about VPNs. Now you know what a virtual private network is and the reasons you should have one.

5 Reasons to Consider a Mirrorless Camera Over a Digital SLR


It was only a few years ago that “mirrorless” was a dirty word. What were once seen as “prosumer” or hobbyist cameras have finally made the leap into the professional and enthusiast space.

15 Best Free Joomla Extensions to Improve Your Site


Though WordPress is the content management system of choice for most people these days, Joomla remains one of its strongest contenders.

How to Always Copy & Paste Text Without Formatting in Mac


If you take an everyday chore and shave a few seconds off, you’ll earn a lifetime of extra productivity.

Did You Know You Can Pin Files to Windows 10 Taskbar?


You probably interact with the Windows Taskbar quite often, which makes it worth customizing to your needs.

What You Can Watch With Free Over-the-Air TV in Your Area


According to research, the average American household now pays $103 per month for cable TV. And for what?

How to Unlock iOS 11’s Secret Dark Mode


With iOS 11 finally available for iPhone and iPad users, there’s tons of great new features Apple users can look forward to.

Combine Your Email Accounts Into a Single Inbox: Here’s How


Juggling several email inboxes can be a hassle. Luckily, all the main email providers — Gmail, Outlook, and Yahoo — let you combine your email accounts into one single inbox, to send and receive email all from one place on the web.

You Can Now Sponsor Your Favorite YouTubers


YouTube now lets you sponsor your favorite YouTube gamers. And even if you don’t watch any gamers on YouTube, sponsorships are likely to become a big part of YouTube in the future.

The 10 Best Stand-Up Comedy Specials on Netflix


If you’re into stand-up comedy, this is a great time to be alive. You’ll find a diverse range of comedians everywhere, whether they’re making videos on YouTube or recording podcasts guaranteed to make you laugh.

Steam Tries to Stop Haters Review-Bombing Games


Valve is attempting to make Steam’s user reviews of games more useful. It’s doing this by trying to lessen the effect review-bombing has on certain titles.

10 Genuinely Useful Force Touch Trackpad Gestures on a Mac


We were first introduced to the term “Force Touch” in 2015 with first iteration of the Apple Watch. It boils down to device being able to recognise the difference between a gentle tap and a harder press.

Supersize Your Phone! Should You Buy a 400GB microSD Card?


microSD cards have plummeted in price but skyrocketed in capacity. These tiny cards boast incredibly large storage capacities in ridiculously small form factors.

How to Completely Reinstall Chrome OS on Your Chromebook


As operating systems go, Chrome OS is arguably the most reliable of them all. You won’t have to deal with the dreaded “blue screen of death,” crashes, viruses, boot failures, or any of the other things that regularly go wrong on Windows, Mac, and the common Linux distros.

Always Block These Time Slots on Your Google Calendar


Do you sometimes find it difficult to manage your time? It’s no wonder when colleagues, kids, and your significant other expect a lot from you.

4 Tools to Manage and Control Windows Shutdown


Shutting down is one of your computer’s basic functions, but you can use third-party tools to have even greater control over it.

How to Use Apple’s Powerful New Notes Features in iOS 11


The built-in Notes app on iPhone and iPad has become a powerful tool for organization. In iOS 11, Apple is adding features that could help it compete against more popular note-taking apps like OneNote and Evernote.

11 Tips to Keep Your Data Secure on Campus


It’s that time of year: students are heading back to campus with laptops and tablets in hand. A trove of devices is all but necessary for getting through university in the modern age.


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