How to Monitor Humidity Levels in Your Home

High humidity is no fun, and neither is low humidity—you want a good balance between the two. Here’s how to monitor the humidity in your house so that you can make the proper adjustments.

7 Accessories to Turn Your iPad into a Productivity Powerhouse

While iPads are still a way off replacing computers for everyone, they are incredibly capable devices. With the right accessories, you can turn them into a really powerful part of your workflow. Here’s our favorite picks for enhanced productivity.

How To Change Your Gmail or Google Password

Do you suspect that your Google account might have been compromised, or maybe you’ve decided that using “password” might not be the safest way to secure your account? Whatever your reasons, changing your password is a simple and painless procedure.

What’s the Latest Version of iOS for iPhones and iPads?

Apple’s iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch devices all run the iOS operating system. You can upgrade to the latest version of iOS right from your Settings app, but Apple regularly drops support for older devices.

Quickly Check Where Any Downloaded File Came From in macOS

Not sure where that file you just downloaded to your Mac actually came from? There’s a quick way to check in macOS.

The Best Cast-Iron Skillets For The Traditional Cooking Experience

A cast-iron skillet is a commitment and involves care and attention, but it’s a valuable part of an avid chef’s arsenal. We’ve sought out the best cast-iron skillets out there for your money.

How to Change Your Default Credit Card on Amazon (And Clean Up the List)

Amazon keeps all your old payment methods in your account, even those that have expired. If you’ve ever had a payment declined because an expired card was listed as your default payment method, you know how annoying it can be. Here’s how to change your default card on Amazon, and also clean up all your old, unused ones.

How (and Why) You Should Be Cleaning Your Phone and Other Electronics

Your phone is gross, but it doesn’t take much effort to clean it up and get rid of all those germs. Here’s how (and why) you should be cleaning and sanitizing your phone and other devices around your house.

The Best Smarthome Products That Are Rental Friendly

If you rent your home, you could feel left out of the current smart home renaissance. Fear not, though. There are still quite a few gadgets you can get to smarten up your rental.

How to Choose Which GPU a Game Uses on Windows 10

Windows 10 now lets you select which GPU a game or other application uses right from the Settings app. Previously, you had to use manufacturer-specific tools like the NVIDIA Control Panel or AMD Catalyst Control Center to control this.

How to Enable Copy and Paste Keyboard Shortcuts in Windows 10’s Bash Shell

Windows 10’s Bash shell finally has convenient copy and paste keyboard shortcuts, but they’re disabled by default for compatibility reasons. These shortcuts are already available in Insider Preview builds of Redstone 5, which will be released sometime in Fall, 2018.

How to Set Per-App Sound Outputs in Windows 10

Windows 10 now lets you choose which sound output and input devices individual apps use. For example, you could have one app play audio through your headphones and another app play it through your speakers.

10 Retro-Style Games For The Switch (While You Wait For Switch Online)

The Switch Online service, and access to Nintendo’s classic games, won’t be out until later this year. But if you’re hungry for retro-style thrills, the Switch catalog already has some choice games to choose from.

How to Check Your MacBook’s Battery Health

Computer batteries have a limited lifespan and degrade over time, so they’re often the first thing to go in a Mac laptop. You can replace a battery yourself or pay Apple to do it, but you should check its health. first. Any battery life issues you’re having could be due to a runaway process or just heavy use.

Using Windows 10’s New Screenshot Tool: Clips and Annotations

Windows 10’s Redstone 5 update brings a modern screenshot tool to Windows 10. A new keyboard shortcut lets you screenshot part of your screen, and add annotations.

Which Smart Light Switch Should You Buy?

Not all smart light switches are created equal. And while many of them have mostly the same features, there are some things you should know about smart light switches so that you can pick the best one for your needs.

What’s Really Going On with YouTube Music? Red vs. Premium vs. Music Premium

Google announced YouTube Premium and Music Premium this morning, but it’s a confusing, convoluted mess. Here’s what we know, what we don’t, and what we think is going to happen.

The Best Bullet Blenders For Super Fast and Convenient Smoothies

Full size kitchen blenders are great for big recipes (and big pitchers of Margaritas) but they’re not so great for a quick smoothie or shake in the morning. These bullet blenders make a quick shake and cleanup dead simple.

How To Reverse Picture Search With Google Images

Google Image Search is a great way to find an image that is similar to one you already have or to help you track down the original source of a photo on the internet. Here’s how to use it.

Can You Use FaceTime on Windows?

Apple’s Facetime video calling is perhaps one of their most used features. It lets people with iPhones, iPads, and Macs make easy video calls to one another. You can’t make Facetime calls from Windows, but there are several other ways to make video calls—even to iPhone users.

The Best Triple Monitor Mounts And Stands

You’ve finally built that monster triple monitor desktop setup you’ve been dreaming about. But now your desk is 80% monitor stand. You need a monitor mount that frees up space and looks sharp doing it.
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