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How to Disable Guest Browsing on a Chromebook

If you leave your Chromebook sitting around where it could potentially be used by others—but you don’t want them to—it’s easy to disable guest browsing in Google’s Chrome OS so that only registered accounts can use the de…

How to Open Control Panel on Windows 11

When you want to change settings in Windows 11, you usually reach for the Settings app. But the trusty Control Panel still plays an important role during many configuration tasks. Here are several different ways to open it….

How to Factory Reset an iPhone or iPad

If you need to sell or give away an iPhone or iPad, you’ll need to completely wipe the device before you hand it off to a new owner so they can use it. With a factory reset, all private data gets wiped and the device acts as …

How to Change Your Time Zone on Windows 11

Typically, Windows 11 will automatically set your PC’s time zone based on your location information, but if you have location services turn off (or Windows is confused), you can manually set your time zone as well. Here’s how…

How to Get Rid of Teams on Windows 11

If Microsoft Teams is getting on your nerves in Windows 11—popping up when you log in, always running in the background, or launching when you click the “Chat” taskbar icon—here’s how to get rid of it….

How to Map a Network Drive on Windows 11

If you frequently use a networked drive (or “share”) with Windows 11, you can map it to a drive letter in File Explorer to make it appear more like a local drive and quickly access it in the future. Here’s how to do it….

How to Lock Your Windows 11 PC

Whenever you leave your Windows 11 PC, it’s a good habit to keep it locked (with a special Windows software feature) so that others can’t use it. Here are several ways to keep your PC secure by locking it up….
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