Microsoft has really pushed Windows 10 to the point where it’s getting annoying — first they automatically installed a service that ran all the time to show the Get Windows 10 icon, and then they started automatically downloading Windows 10 onto people’s computers even when they didn’t want it. Now because of an “accident” they automatically triggered the installer on some people’s computers.

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Philips recently released a new Hue bridge with support for Apple’s new HomeKit bridge. Read on as we show you how to migrate your old Hue bulbs to your new system as well as how to take advantage of the HomeKit integration.

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Did you know Google has its own dedicated password manager? It’s more than just password-syncing built into the Chrome browser — Google’s solution also offers a web app, mobile apps, deep integration with Android, and automatic generation of strong passwords.

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While all operating systems have some things in common, you may find yourself wondering if one type of operating system has a specific ‘feature’ that another one does. With that in mind, today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answers to a curious reader’s question.

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The Cloud is ubiquitous, and with it, a myriad of service and products, many of which the average user doesn’t even comprehend. Cloud storage, however, is definitely something that nearly everyone uses, so which one do we think is best for you?

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Android is hilariously insecure. That’s why we recommend iPhone over Android if you’re at all worried about security. Sure, you might be able to do a few more things with Android, but you’re also leaving yourself open to a lot more potential security threats.

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You can add text, such as page numbers, filename, worksheet name, and date, to the header and footer on your spreadsheet. But, what if you want the first page of your worksheet to have a different header than the rest? That’s an easy task to accomplish.

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Android now allows you to customize the shortcuts that appear in your Quick Settings panel and the icons that appear on your status bar. This is part of the hidden “System UI Tuner” screen, added in Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

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There are plenty of downsides to jailbreaking your iPhone or iPad. You’ll be behind on iOS updates and forced to jailbreak each new version of iOS you want to use. More importantly, leaked security documents show jailbroken iPhones are more vulnerable to attack.

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One of the improvements implemented in iOS 9 was a new style touch keyboard that easily allows users to tell the difference between upper and lower-case mode. If you prefer the old style touch keyboard however, here is how to re-enable it.

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If you have a large spreadsheet in Excel, you may want to add page numbers. Doing so is easy, and you can even add them in the format of “Page X of Y”. Read on to find out how.

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Just a few days ago I was telling you that disabling browser plugins is the most important thing you can do to keep yourself safe, and today Trend Micro announced yet another zero-day, unpatched exploit for Adobe Flash. It’s seriously time to disable plugins, or at least set them to click-to-play mode.

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Android 6.0’s big hallmark feature is Google Now on Tap. Part of Google Now, Now on Tap allows Google to scan the screen whenever you open it, automatically guessing what you want to search for and providing you with more information.

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Whether our computer hardware is brand new or a bit older, it never hurts to exercise a bit of caution in order to avoid damaging it. With that in mind, can magnets damage or wipe a hard-drive? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answer to a worried reader’s question.

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You can get offline maps in Windows 10, but what if you want offline maps on your mobile device and you’re using an Android device or an iPhone or iPad? No worries. It’s easy to download offline maps on those devices using Google Maps.

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It seems to happen more and more often. A retail store is breached and loses its customers credit card numbers. Use Apple Pay, Android Pay, Samsung Pay, or another smartphone payment solution and you’d be immune to these breaches.

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Playing soccer on flat ground? Psh, that’s so last year. In the high-adrenaline world of Rocket League, you play as a rocket-powered car that can jump, flip, and slide around the field while an oversized soccer ball is juggled between two goals and up to eight players at a time. There are many tips and tricks that players can use to master the game, but learning how to control your vehicle while it’s flailing through the air at high speed (otherwise known as an “aerial”) is where the true art of the League lies.

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