Facebook uses your online activity to build an advertising profile about you. Here's how to look at (and edit) some of that information.
If some apps are being naughty and sucking up too many resources, here's how the tools in Android can lend you a hand.
You have a few options for backing out of Windows 10, but most of them aren’t pretty.
Gmail lets you attach labels to email for easy organization, but you can also create sublabels to fine-tune your mail sorting.
Customize the Mailboxes screen, tinker with iOS 10's mail filter, pick new message-swipe options, and more.
Two simple programs make it easy to shut down your PC at a specified time.
You can't have too many Excel tips. These cover some handy shortcuts, and useful functions for calculation payments or generating random numbers.
New Edge extensions are slow to come to the Windows Store, but you don't have to wait. Try this trick to get beta extensions in Edge today.
Microsoft's show or hide updates troubleshooter is a handy tool for those times when you need to say "no" to Windows 10's mandatory updates.
Facebook's new encrypted messaging feature, Secret Conversations, is now live for everyone on Android and iOS.
Silent Site Sound Blocker lets you control which sites can shout at you. Here's how.
If you're tired of the unintelligible name that Google Play assigns your phone or tablet's name, here's how you go about fixing it.
SSDs have a finite lifespan. Here's how to tell how "old" your drive is, and whether you need to prepare for an untimely death.
The ability to switch up the default browser, SMS app, and other essentials are much easier to find in the latest version of Android.
This desktop-caliber feature is very convenient when you want to look at content from two tabs at the same time.
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Opting for a custom launcher is one of the fastest and easiest ways to customize your Android experience.