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How to Mute Fleets on Twitter

Twitter’s take on “stories,” which is called Fleets, allows you to post disappearing media and text. But if you find stories out of place on Twitter, or simply don’t want people you follow to appear on top of your feed, you c…

How to Export Your Google Photos Library

Google Photos keeps your pictures and videos backed up online. But to save your moments in case of an accident or to free up cloud space, you should still periodically back up your Google Photos library locally. Here’s how …

How to Install Microsoft Edge on a Chromebook

Chromebooks are built to run Google Chrome, but with the addition of Linux, you can install other browsers on your Chromebook including Microsoft Edge. Whether you want to try what Microsoft’s browser has to offer or are fe…

How to Export Your Google Fit Data

Google Fit houses a range of your vital health data that you have recorded over the course of months or even years using your phone, which is why it’s key to frequently back it up. With Google’s data export tool, Takeout,…

How to Type Emails Faster in Gmail

Most of us always have a pile of emails we’ve procrastinated about answering. After all, there are only so many you can read and send in a day. Thankfully, Gmail offers a range of tools that can lend a hand when you’re compo…

How to Search Your Instagram Direct Messages

Instagram offers all of the messaging features you’d need to chat about the latest memes and posts except for one: a search tool. It lets you video call your friends and dispatch self-destructing pictures and videos, but yo…
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