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Do you really need gigabit internet service? Probably not. Here's why it may be overkill, plus three scenarios where it actually makes sense.
Two-factor authentication: How to use apps, security keys, and other methods instead of a phone number.
An in-depth guide to changing the controls on your Steam Deck.
Why the iPad can't replace my laptop yet: It's just not flexible enough.
Be a beta browser user. You'll get new features faster, with little risk.
Need to remove software from your PC in a hurry? Bulk Crap Uninstaller is much more efficient than the default Windows uninstaller.
Need a free password manager? Bitwarden is a great option, especially if you change some of its default settings. Here's why I switched.
Overwhelmed by form auto-fill options in your web browser? Here's how to clear the clutter in Chrome, Edge, Firefox and Safari.
Valve has confirmed that it will make more Steam Deck devices. Here are some unsolicited suggestions for the future.
It's a dead-simple trick, but so few PC users do it. Here's how to improve PC performance by disabling Windows startup apps
Here's the fastest way to search directly on sites like Amazon, Wikipedia, and YouTube.
Vertical tabs will change the way you browse the web. Here's how to properly set them up in Firefox, with horizontal tabs hidden.
With three versions of Wi-Fi on the market, picking a router is more complicated than ever.
An anecdotal account of Windows 11 issues and annoyances.
Microsoft's built-in virus scanner should be good enough, but there are still some reasons to look elsewhere.
Raindrop.io is the best bookmark manager for Chrome, Windows, iOS, Android, Mac, and more.
iDrive's free Windows and Mac apps can automatically back up your data to external hard drives.
Tabliss is the best new tab page alternative for Chrome and other web browsers, turning it into a prettier and more productive space.
FancyZones, a component in Microsoft's PowerToys suite, might change the way you work in Windows. Here's how to use it.
Get to the root of your Wi-Fi problems with these simple steps. They range from small tweaks to your existing router to buying a Wi-Fi extender to purchasing a new Wi-Fi router for a complete fresh start.