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How to Merge Spotify Playlists

If you’ve put together several Spotify playlists, but you’re looking to consolidate your collection, you may want to look at merging them. There isn’t a built-in method for merging playlists on Spotify, but there are ways to …

How to Turn Off Smart Objects in Photoshop

Depending on how you use Adobe Photoshop, smart objects might be one of your favorite features—or a source of constant annoying dialog boxes. If you’re in the latter camp, here’s how to stop Photoshop from placing everythin…

How to Use Shortcuts on Apple Watch

Love using Shortcuts automations on your iPhone? The Shortcuts app on the Apple Watch lets you trigger shortcuts directly from the wrist. And as the shortcuts run on the Watch itself, there’s no need to touch your iPhone….

How to Charge Your Apple Pencil

Apple offers two different generations of Apple Pencil, which are compatible with different iPads. As both are battery powered, they are inevitably going to run out of juice. Here’s how to charge and check the battery percent…

How to Appear Offline on Nintendo Switch

Secretly playing your Nintendo Switch can be difficult because, by default, Nintendo alerts all of your friends when you launch a game, and they can see if you’re online from their friends list. Luckily, you can always appear…

How to Close All Google Chrome Windows at Once

While browsing the web with Google Chrome, it’s easy to get carried away and open dozens of windows filled with hundreds of tabs. Luckily, it’s easy to close multiple Chrome windows at once on Windows, Linux, and Mac. Here’s …

How to Get Started With Google TV

The Chromecast with Google TV introduced the company’s vision for its smart TV devices. If you have a streaming device running Google TV, there are some things you should know. We’ll help you get the most out of your experien…
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