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How to Watch IPL 2018 Cricket Live on TV & Online in UK, US & India

Purists may love the Test format but the IPL is the biggest and richest cricket competition in the world, with thrilling games, fanatical crowds and huge worldwide TV audiences. If you’d like to see what the fuss is all about, this is the article for you. Here’s how to watch every IPL 2018 cricket match live on TV or online. When does the IPL start? On Saturday 7 April, when defending champions Mumbai Indians host Chennai Super Kings at their superbly…

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How to Customize the Windows 10 Power User Menu

Don’t like the commands in the Power User Menu? Here’s how to modify them. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Right-click on the Start button in Windows 10, and a menu pops up with commands for Power Options, Device Manager, Task Manager, File Explorer, and more. It’s known as the Power User Menu because it offers one-click access to some of the more powerful features in Windows.…

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How to Manage Your Google Privacy Settings

A privacy policy is meant to be a contract between you and a company—big tech companies in particular—that ensures these companies are keeping your data safe. One company that has an enormous amount of your data—from email and photos to videos and documents—is Google. The Google Privacy Policy has been “updated” 28 times since its inception in 1999—including three times in 2017 alone. The most was five times in the year 2015. And to its credit, Google makes all the…

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How to Use Face ID to Sign Into Apps on iPhone X

Apple iPhone X owners can log into certain apps by face. Here’s how. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. If you have password-protected apps on your iPhone X, trying to remember usernames and passwords for each one can be a hassle. What’s the solution? Use your face instead of a password to sign into supported apps. Which apps actually work with Face ID? Any app supporting Touch…

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How to mine Ethereum – Tech Advisor

As one of the largest Cryptocurrencies in the world, Ethereum is helping to pave the way for wider adoption of blockchain technology. If you’d like to be a part of this and mine Ethereum, then we’ve put together this guide to help get you started. Ethereum is currently mined using ‘proof of work’ algorithms, which process data blocks for entry into the blockchain. These algorithms are completed using the resources provided by hardware owned and operated by miners. The hardware,…

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macOS: How to use Spotlight’s query language to create an All My Files-like feature

Recently, I noted that the All My Files feature present in macOS for several releases until macOS 10.13 High Sierra, had disappeared, replaced by an inferior Recents display—and that it couldn’t be restored. A Macworld reader wrote in to note that with the use of Spotlight’s lightly documented underlying query language, you could restore the function. I avoided this in this previous column for two reasons, but if you’re willing to go through some configuration and picky details, you could…

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How to Screenshot Snapchat Without Being Seen

Snapchat is a hugely popular photo-sharing service that allows users to send pictures and videos to friends and family that expire after a maximum of 10 seconds. While this means that users could send ugly/funny/sometimes inappropriate photos without any ramification (or so they thought), Snapchat can’t stop people from screenshotting photos on their smartphones.  However, it seems that the developers planned for that eventuality and built a system that notifies the sender whenever their snaps have been screenshotted. Here, we…

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How to Update Snapchat & Unlock New Features

Snapchat is one of the most popular apps around, letting users send photos and videos that are available only for a matter of seconds. It’s always rolling out new features, and the most recent allows you to make group video chats with up to 16 of your friends. In order to access these new features you’ll need to keep your app up to date. We explain how to do so on Android and iOS below, and how to sideload the most…

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How to Spring Clean Your Electronics

You probably don’t want to know what lurks on your devices. Embrace your inner germaphobe and get scrubbing (without damaging your tech). PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Spring is in the air but gunk is in your gadgets. There are the smudges and crumbs you can see and the creepy-crawly bacterium that you can’t (and would rather not). Studies have shown that infection-causing E coli and…

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How to watch The Masters without Sky Sports

Golfing royalty will gather this week for the Masters. If you want to see Sergio Garcia defend his title alongside McIlroy, Spieth, Johnson (both of them), Mickelson and a resurgent Tiger Woods, you’ll be pleased to know it’s very easy – and very cheap. You don’t even have to have Sky Sports to watch. When is the The Masters on? The main tournament is from Thursday 5 April to Sunday 8 April. Coverage begins on Sky Sports Golf at 1.30pm BST on Thursday 5 April, and…

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