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12 Tips for Staying Safe and Secure on Twitter

Twitter is great for interacting with niche audiences and specific fandoms, but it’s also full of abuse and harassment. Here’s how to protect yourself while tweeting. August 7, 2018 7:00AM EST August 7, 2018 PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Twitter allows users to connect with anyone in the world, but it’s also become a haven for online harassment. People have been targeted by coordinated harassment campaigns…

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Android 9 Pie Overview and Gestures: How to get started and master the new navigation

For the first time since we met the navigation bar, Android has a whole new way to get around. Android 9 Pie introduces a new series of gestures designed specifically for navigation, and they bring some wholesale changes to the way we launch, switch, and quit apps. Here’s how to get started and master the new system: Android Pie Gestures: How to get started When you install Android Pie on your phone, your navigation bar will look the same as…

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How to Take Photos for eBay

A picture is worth 1,000 words, especially when you’re unloading your stuff online. These tips can help spruce up your photos before you start selling on eBay. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. You’re hoping to strike gold as an eBay seller. You’ve lined up the items you want to sell, determined the prices, and set up the best shipping options. But there’s another element that can…

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How to control your TV with Alexa

When it works, controlling your TV with Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant can feel like magic. Using voice commands avoids thumbing through menus and can get to what you want to watch much faster. But using Alexa as your TV remote requires a bit of know-how. Alexa won’t understand everything you might want to do, and controlling your actual television and sound system requires specific equipment. To avoid potential frustration, we’ll go through what you can and can’t do with Alexa…

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How to Combine PDF Files

The problem: Combining multiple PDF files into a single file, so you don’t inflict a half-dozen PDF files on the accounting department when you know they’ll lose track of more than one file. Or maybe you have four or five sections of a report that you’ve printed to separate PDF files from Word, Excel, and a photo editor. How do you get them all into a single PDF? If you use a Mac, you have the only tool you’ll need…

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How to Jailbreak Nintendo Switch: Pros, Cons & Instructions

While jailbreaking your Nintendo Switch isn’t recommended for the light-hearted, it can provide the ability to do some really fun and interesting things on your Nintendo Switch, from playing retro games to browsing the web with unofficial browsers. There are risks involved though, with the worst-case scenario leaving you with a £300 brick. If you’re really into the jailbreak scene and want to mess around with your console, here’s how to jailbreak your Nintendo Switch, along with the benefits and…

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The simple, yet powerful Excel functions you need to know

Power users love to talk about how powerful and awesome Excel is, what with its Pivot Tables, nested formulas, and Boolean logic. But many of us barely know how to find the Autosum feature, let alone use Excel’s functions to create powerful formulas. If you’re part of the Excel 99 percent, here are 16 handy Excel functions that will get you well on your way to spreadsheet mastery. =SUM() The first function anyone should know tells Excel to carry out…

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How to Record Calls on Your Android Phone

Have an important phone call coming up and want to save it to reference later? You can record both incoming and outgoing calls on your Android phone with the right app. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Want to record phone calls on your Android phone? Android doesn’t come with a built-in voice recorder, but there are other options. You could use an external recorder, but you’re…

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How to stop using cellular data for iCloud Photo Library syncing

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How to Copy Your Windows Installation to an SSD

If you’re looking to upgrade your computer to a sold-state drive but don’t want to start everything back up from scratch, here’s how to transfer your data onto your new hard drive. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. If you’re still using a traditional, spinning hard disk on your computer, you’re missing out. Swapping it out for a solid-state drive (SSD) is one of the best upgrades…

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