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How to Hide or Show Like Counts on Instagram

It’s no secret that social media might not be the best for people’s mental health. To combat some of the negative effects of social networking, Instagram allows you to hide Like counts on every post shared in the app….

How to Use Smart Compose in Google Docs

Almost identical to the Text Predictions feature in Microsoft Word is Smart Compose for Google Docs. The feature uses machine learning to provide you with suggestions to help you write your documents quickly. Here’s how it wo…

How to Protect Your Wi-Fi From FragAttacks

FragAttacks are a group of security vulnerabilities that can be used to attack Wi-Fi devices. Every Wi-Fi device ever created appears vulnerable, making it possible for attackers to steal sensitive data or attack devices on y…

How to Edit and Crop Photos on Android

Editing or cropping a photo may seem like a pretty simple thing to do, but if you don’t know where to look, it can be frustrating. We’ll show you how to use the easiest photo editor for Android.

How to Delete Old Profile Pictures on Telegram

Whenever you add a profile picture to Telegram, the old one doesn’t get deleted. People visiting your profile will be able to see all of the profile pictures you’ve ever uploaded. Here’s how to delete old profile pictures on …

How to Start and Use Twitter Spaces

The popularity of Clubhouse led to the introduction of Twitter Spaces. This feature found within the social network allows you to easily create audio-only chat rooms that anyone can “drop in” and listen to. We’ll show you how…

How to Download Your Google Maps Data

If you want to create a backup or use a new maps service, you can download your Google Maps data easily. You don’t have to fish through all of your Google account data. Go right to the Google Maps desktop website and export y…
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