PAGE 16

Facebook is starting to become essential. From logging into websites to keeping in touch with old friends, it’s just become a part of everyday life. Everyone looks at you funny if you say you don’t have a Facebook account.

about 1 month ago - by  |  3 Replies

You may have heard a lot of news recently about internet service providers (ISPs) tracking your browsing history and selling all your data. What does this mean, and how can you best protect yourself?

about 1 month ago - by  |  33 Replies

Think you know the answer? Click through to see if you're right!

about 1 month ago - by  |  1 Reply

PC gaming is experiencing something of a renaissance at the moment, but most people still use their machines as utilitarian web and email access points rather than a platform for video games. But even if your computer has all the graphical power of a sedated hamster, there are plenty of great options for gaming.

about 1 month ago - by  |  5 Replies

Think you know the answer? Click through to see if you're right!

about 1 month ago - by  |  1 Reply

Some PDFs are encrypted with a password, which you’ll need to enter each time you want to view the document. You can remove the password to save yourself some inconvenience if you’re keeping the PDF in a secure location.

about 1 month ago - by  |  5 Replies

By default, Kodi does not store artwork and other metadata with your actual media, but doing so is highly beneficial. With a quick settings change, you can park your videos and their associated metadata in the same place.

about 1 month ago - by  |  6 Replies

Many smarthome apps don’t make it quick and easy to control a device, but with Wink Shortcuts, you can create a single button that can perform a number of tasks all at once.

about 1 month ago - by  |  1 Reply

Think you know the answer? Click through to see if you're right!

about 1 month ago - by  |  1 Reply

Tile is a fantastic little gadget that can help you find your lost keys or wallet. However, it can also locate and ring your phone, even if you never buy a single physical Tile. Here’s how to find your lost phone using the Tile app on the web.

about 1 month ago - by  |  2 Replies

The vim text editor, a standard tool included on Linux and macOS, can quickly encrypt text files with a password. It’s faster and more convenient than encrypting a text file with a separate utility. Here’s how to set it up.

about 1 month ago - by  |  2 Replies

Like other modern web browsers, Apple’s Safari has a few features that send your data over the Internet. For example, Safari sends all your searches to Apple with the default settings. We don’t recommend you disable all these features, as they do useful things. But we’ll explain what the various options do so you can make informed decisions.

about 1 month ago - by  |  1 Reply

There are times when you want to take your music with you, but you may not want to bring along your phone—like when going for a jog. The good news is that you can transfer music to an Android Wear watch and leave the phone at home.

about 1 month ago - by  |  1 Reply

By default, when you post a photo to Instagram, it’s visible to every other user. If you add any hashtags to your photo, like say, #landscape or #selfie, anyone who searches for that hashtag will be able to find it.

about 1 month ago - by  |  1 Reply

The built-in backup utilities in Windows are pretty solid. Let’s take a look at how to create a full backup image of your PC without the need for a third party utility.

about 1 month ago - by  |  11 Replies

When working with Windows PowerShell, you may have come across the term cmdlet and found yourself somewhat confused. Is a cmdlet something totally different from a command or is it just the PowerShell name for them? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answer to a curious reader’s question.

about 1 month ago - by  |  1 Reply

A new feature was introduced in watchOS 3.2 called Theater Mode, denoted by a button with two little theater masks. But what exactly does it do?

about 1 month ago - by  |  1 Reply

Think you know the answer? Click through to see if you're right!

about 1 month ago - by  |  1 Reply

Tile is a handy tracker that you can use to find your keys, wallet, or anything else you might lose often. If you misplace your stuff while you’re away from home, Tile can send you a notification as soon as it locates your stuff. You’ll need to ask for it, though. Here’s how.

about 1 month ago - by  |  1 Reply

Google and Mozilla now offer 64-bit versions of Chrome and Firefox for Windows. Here’s how to find out what version you’re running and how to upgrade.

about 1 month ago - by  |  1 Reply