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Windows 10 offers multiple ways to take a screenshot. We'll show you how.
You can turn photos of notes, lists, recipes and numbers into Excel spreadsheets using Microsoft's tool for iOS and Android phones.
You can use a feature called Play Protect and this is how it works.
The new OnePlus 7 Pro has plenty to offer for a budget-friendly phone.
Power control from your phone.
You'll never want to go back.
If you're looking ditch cable, live TV streaming offers an affordable alternative with many of your familiar channels. Here's how to get started.
What to do before and as soon as your iPhone goes missing to increase your chances of getting it back.
Apps you no longer use can be tricky to remove, but you can kill them dead.
You'll never walk into a dark house again.
Here's how to get rid of smudges on your phone screen.
Is it still OK to eat food past its sell-by date?
If you lose your phone, there are ways you can try tracking it down again. Here's how to find a lost Android.
Here's a simple trick for editing photos for posting from a desktop computer.
Ring's Video Doorbell 2 is easy to install. Here's how.