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How to Message on Tinder

Once you match with someone on Tinder, you can start making a connection by sending them messages. We’ll show you how to send your first-ever message from both the Tinder site and the Tinder mobile app….

How to Freely Move Pictures in Microsoft Word

By default, you can’t freely move pictures (by drag-and-drop) to any position in a Microsoft Word document without also placing them somewhere in the text. But with a small change, you can drag images anywhere. Here’s how….

How to Sign Out of YouTube

Consider signing out of YouTube if you don’t want to save your watch history or if you’re using a shared device. Here’s how to sign out of YouTube on Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone, and Android.

How to Block YouTube Channels

There are two ways to block a YouTube channel: Block a channel so it can’t comment on your videos or block a channel so you don’t see its videos in your feed. We’ll show you how to do both.

How to Turn Off the Amazon Fire TV

There’s no option to turn the Amazon Fire TV off except for unplugging it from the power source. You can put the Fire TV in sleep mode instead, and we’ll show you how to do just this.

How to Unmatch on Tinder

If you’ve matched with someone on Tinder but you don’t want to carry on the connection any further, you can unmatch them. This removes that person from your profile.

How to Block People on Tinder

You can block people on Tinder so that they don’t see your profile and you don’t see them while swiping through in the app. We’ll show you how to block and unblock users in the Tinder app.

How to Pin a Tweet on Twitter

By pinning a tweet, you can display your most important tweet at the top of your Twitter profile. This tweet appears at the top no matter how many tweets you post afterward. We’ll show you how to do this….

How to Extract Images from PDF Files

If you’d like to use the images embedded in PDF files somewhere else, you can extract the images and save them to a folder. We’ll show you how to do this using two different methods on Windows 10 and Mac….
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