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How to Turn on Two-Step Verification in Telegram

Telegram allows you to secure your account with two-step verification. This lets you add a second password, which you’ll need to use whenever you log in to your Telegram account. Here’s how you can enable two-factor verificat…

How to Hide Your Online Status on Reddit

Reddit reveals to others whether you’re online by showing a green dot next to your avatar whenever you’re logged in. If you’d rather hide your online status on Reddit, we’re going to show you exactly how to do that….

How to Adjust the Audio Bitrate on Discord

If you’re using Discord for voice communication, you may find that you need to tweak the audio bitrate to improve the quality of your calls. You can do this in Discord’s settings menu—here’s how.

How to Watch the 2021 Oscar Best Picture Nominees

Thanks to shifts in movie release patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic, most of the movies nominated for 2021’s major awards, including the Oscars, are easily accessible for home viewing. Here’s how to stream the 2021 Academ…

What Is a Browser Extension?

Browsers have evolved to become much more than simple internet navigators. A big part of that evolution was the introduction of “extensions.” They let you control how websites load and behave, and they can add extra features …

When Should You Buy an Aftermarket CPU Cooler?

Many CPUs come with a free cooler. This is fantastic since it means you have one less component to buy when building a new PC. But many PC builders believe these coolers aren’t worth using. You can definitely buy better CPU c…

How to Subscribe to Podcasts on Spotify

Most people think of Spotify as the mega-popular music streaming service, but it also has podcasts. Nearly all popular podcasts can be found on Spotify, including some exclusives. If you’re a podcast lover and music streamer,…
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