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How to Upload Music to YouTube Music

YouTube Music is Google’s replacement for Google Play Music. The service is mainly for streaming music from YouTube’s library, but you can also upload your own tunes to the cloud. Here’s how to upload and manage your music li…

How to Customize the Android TV Home Screen

The Android TV home screen is your gateway to a world of streaming content. Personalizing this screen can make it easy to find your favorite streaming services and discover new TV shows and movies to watch. We’ll show you how…

How to Use Live Captions on a Google Pixel Phone

Live Caption automatically adds captions for any audio playing on your phone, which can be incredibly useful in many situations. We’ll show you how to use it on any Google Pixel smartphone, including the Pixel 2 or newer….

How to Track Movement of Wildfires on Google Maps

Google Maps shows the location of ongoing wildfires and its movement over time. If you live in an area prone to fires, you can use this feature to track the progress of any dangers that might be heading your way. Here’s how t…

How (and Why) to Opt-In to Google Recording Storage

It’s no mystery that Google saves a lot of your web activity. However, the company doesn’t save the recordings of audio when you speak to Google services (anymore). You can opt-in to audio recordings if you want to improve th…

PSA: Cancel Free Trials Immediately After Signing Up

Subscription services are everywhere these days, and so are free trials. If you’re not careful, you could end up paying full price after your trial ends. Thankfully, you can usually cancel right away and retain your benefits….

How to View (and Edit) Photo EXIF Data on Android

Photo EXIF data is useful for seeing pertinent information about a picture: shutter speed, aperture, exposure time, time taken, geolocation—the list goes on and on. Checking this sort of info directly from your phone is si…

How to Disable the Lock Screen on Windows 10

Windows 10 (and Windows 11) has a “lock screen” that you need to dismiss before you can log in. This screen can feel like a nuisance in the sign-in process. We’ll show you how to get rid of it.
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