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How to Turn Off Cellular Data on an iPhone or iPad

If you use an iPhone or iPad (Wi-Fi + Cellular) on the go, you probably rely on cellular data for Internet access while away from your home or office. It’s easy to turn cellular data on or off quickly to troubleshoot or save …

How to Swap Left and Right Mouse Buttons on an iPad

With a mouse, you can “right-click” on your iPad—Apple calls this a “Secondary Click”. If you’re left-handed instead of right-handed (or simply prefer a different setup), it’s possible to swap the function of the two main m…

How to Update Mozilla Firefox

Keeping your browser updated is essential for internet security. Mozilla regularly updates Firefox to cover any emerging threats. Updates are free, so here’s how you can install them and stay safe.

How to Check Free Disk Space on Windows 10

Sometimes it feels like you never have enough free disk space. Every app you install takes up valuable room on your main drive, and you might eventually run out. Here’s how to check how much you have left….

How to Change the Safari Home Page on a Mac

Traditionally, a homepage is the first website your browser loads when you start it. But by default, Safari on Mac opens up a window of Favorites instead. If you’d like Safari to start with a website of your choice, follow th…

How to Quickly Record Voice Memos on iPhone or iPad

If you’d like to capture thoughts on the go, Apple’s Voice Memos app on an iPhone or iPad is a wonderful way to do it with your voice. But sometimes it can be difficult to quickly find the app on your device. Luckily, there’s…

How to Quickly Create a Note on iPhone or iPad

If you’d like to capture ideas on the go, Apple’s Notes app is a wonderful way to do it. When a great idea strikes you, it can feel like too much of a fumble to find and launch the app on your device. Luckily, there’s an easy…
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