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How to Use iCloud+ Private Relay

Starting with iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, if you have an iCloud+ subscription, you can use Apple’s Private Relay to keep your browsing activity private thanks to encrypted relays. Here’s how to use it.

Don’t Buy the Apple Watch Series 3

The Apple Watch Series 3 may seem like an easy and affordable entryway into the world of the Apple Watch, but we’d recommend buying another model unless you’re looking for an exercise in frustration and disappointment….

What’s New in Chrome 94, Available Now

Google Chrome gets a new release every four weeks. Version 94 arrived on September 21, 2021, and it includes Google Drive files on the New Tab Page, more HTTPS features, and a new sharing menu. Let’s take a look….

How to Stream Every ‘Halloween’ Movie

You can’t kill Michael Myers, and you can’t kill the Halloween franchise, either. The horror series has been repeatedly rebooted and reimagined since the 1978 original, and it just keeps going. Here’s how to stream all of the…

The Fastest Way to Open Your Camera on iPhone

Your dog is standing on its head, and you’re fumbling to unlock your phone and launch the camera app before you miss it. Luckily, there’s no need for unlocking—the Camera app is just a swipe away on the lock screen. Here’s …

The Best Gaming Monitors of 2021: Game Your Way

There is no one-size-fits-all gaming monitor. Some people look for the highest refresh rates for an edge in competitive gaming, others want to bask in high-fidelity visuals. Let’s break down the best monitors for every gamer….

How to Take a Screenshot on Windows 11

If you need to capture the contents of your Windows 11 PC’s screen (or a portion of it) for later reference, then it’s time to take a screenshot. You can use built-in screenshot features or third-party tools. Here are several…

What’s New in GNOME 41?

Linux desktop environment GNOME 41 was released on September 22, 2021. Coming hot on the heels of GNOME 40’s paradigm-shifting workflow changes, does GNOME 41 deliver anything of substance? We spin it up to see….

How to Tell If Your HDMI Cable Is Faulty

The hardest part of troubleshooting an audiovisual issue is finding out which component is to blame. In the case of a video problem, there could be three culprits: your source device, your display, or the cable in between. He…

What Does “ROFL” Mean, and How Do You Use It?

If you say something funny in the group chat, someone might reply with “ROFL!” What does this acronym mean, and how is it different from LOL? We’ll take a look at the term, its origins, and how you can use it in your own conv…
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