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Tweak your settings, or buy a third-party keyboard app that's better at guessing your words or understanding your typing habits.
Windows and third-party utilities can help you clean out older backups or older versions of files that you don't need anymore.
Android's quick responses let you send a text message to a caller when you can't answer the phone. Customize them quickly and easily.
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