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How-To Chrome and Edge are not the only browsers for your computer. How-To Need to share your Wi-Fi password? It's easy if you have an Android phone. Tip Android users don’t have to put up with annoying mobile keyboards when texting. You can use your PC’s keyboard instead.
How-To Spacedesk: The best free software for turning a tablet into a computer monitor How-To Like a Kindle, your Kobo e-reader can display a random screensaver image when on standby—you just need to do a bit of quick work. How-To You can keep your login info private in Android 13 with a couple of simple steps. But the fact this issue exists at all is aggravating. How-To Want a backup copy of your Twitter data—tweets, follower info, and all? Requesting an archive is a quick five-minute process. How-To Twitter's process for account deletion is simple and fast—and also leaves you an escape route in case you have second thoughts. How-To If you own a Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet, you already have a terrific second display for both work or business travel. Here's how to use it. How-To Protect your smartphone from hackers with these simple steps that keep your device more secure. Tip Bad call quality doesn’t have to be endured. How-To Whether your collection includes makeshift scans of tax documents or personal videos, you can keep them under extra protection. Tip Fitbit doesn’t recognize manually entered walks or runs in step totals. But you can sidestep that problem. How-To Facebook's encrypted messaging feature, Secret Conversations, is available for everyone on Android and iOS. How-To If your Amazon Kindle device has ads and Special Offers, you can remove them. But it's going to cost you. Updated In June, 2021, new photos and movies saved to Google Photos and the cloud will count against the Google One data cap. Exceed it, and you'll be charged for storage or Google will delete your photos. How-To The Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphones cram in more features than the competition. That means your new phone does a lot of cool things, but good luck finding it all. Here are 10 things to do with your new Galaxy S21. How-To With Android 11, almost all devices will default to Google's new gesture navigation. Here's how to get started and adjust it to your liking in just a few taps, or give up and go back to buttons. How-To Stop using your phone before bedtime so you can sleep better. Android offers handy tools to help, most in the Digital Wellbeing settings.
How-To Facebook stores a lot of data on its users, but the social media service makes it easy to see the information it has on you, and even lets you download a copy of its records.