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How to See What Something Is Worth Using eBay

If you’re buying or selling an item and have no idea what it’s worth, don’t worry: By checking the prices of similar sold items on eBay, you can get some idea of an item’s value. Here’s how to run a price-check on eBay….

What Does “Burning a CD” Mean?

If you’ve never encountered a recordable CD before, you can be forgiven for not knowing what the term “burn a CD” means. Does it involve fire? Is anything actually burned in the process? We explain how the process works, why …

How to Change Your Name on Roblox

Changing your name on Roblox is an easy process using your Settings page, but you’ll need to pay 1,000 units of Roblox’s in-game currency, Robux, to do it. Here’s how.

How to Delete Your Roblox Account

Roblox is a fun service to use, but if you don’t play it anymore, you might want to completely delete your account. Roblox doesn’t make it easy, so you have to take some extra steps. Here’s how to do it….

How to Disable the Camera on iPhone or iPad

If you’d like to disable the Camera on your iPhone or iPad—removing it from the lock screen and also hiding the Camera app—you’ll need to take a quick trip to Screen Time in Settings. Here’s how to set it up….

Where Is the Photos Library on my Mac?

The Photos Library is a bundled file on your Mac that contains all of the images imported into the Apple Photos app. Sometimes you need to locate this library to do advanced troubleshooting or to move it to another machine. B…

How to Increase Your iCloud Storage Space

Apple iCloud is great for backing up your devices and syncing documents, photos, and videos across your Mac, iPhone, iPad, and even PC. If you find yourself running out of iCloud storage space, it’s easy to upgrade for a mont…

The 6 Worst Versions of Windows, Ranked

Microsoft crafted Windows RT as an ARM-based version of Windows that would run on a new class of lighter, more power-efficient machines like the Surface RT. There was only one problem: It couldn’t run millions of Windows apps…
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