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Stop Taking Live Photos on iPhone

By default, modern iPhones capture small videos called “Live Photos” every time you take a picture with the Camera app. These Live Photos take up a lot of expensive storage space, and if you don’t use them, they could be wasting your money. Here’s what you should do instead.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How to Make Your Facebook Account More Private

Facebook has a shaky reputation when it comes to privacy, but it’s a useful tool for keeping in touch with friends and family. If you’re going to use the social network, there are a few things you can do to lock things down as much as possible.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How Much Does it Cost to Fix an iPhone Screen?

Breaking an iPhone screen is never a fun experience. While nearly every electronics repair store will help you fix your iPhone, the job isn’t free, and you could walk out with a much lighter wallet. So, here are all your repair options, plus the prices you can expect to pay for an iPhone screen replacement.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

How to Format a USB Drive on Windows 10

You don’t need to use any complex tools to format a USB flash drive. You can do it directly in File Explorer. But what do all of the options mean, and which should you choose? Here is what you need to know.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

Windows 11’s Android Apps Are About to Get a Lot Better

The Windows Subsystem for Android is an optional feature in Windows 11, which allows you to run Android applications and games alongside your other software. Microsoft is now testing a significant upgrade to the Subsystem.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

What Is Touch ID on iPhone, iPad, and Mac?

Some models of Apple iPhone, iPad, and Mac include an authentication feature called “Touch ID,” which lets you use your fingerprint to verify your identity. We’ll explain why it’s useful and how it works.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

Why Do Only Some iPhone Spam Messages Have the “Report Junk” Option?

If you’ve been using your iPhone for long enough, you’ve likely noticed very few spam text messages have the “Report Junk” option to help you automatically report and block spam. What gives?Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

Qualcomm Sets a New Example for AR Glasses Design

Qualcomm is a leader in mobile technologies, and naturally, its processors are popular in mixed reality headsets like the Meta Quest (formerly Oculus Quest). But what about AR glasses? Well, Qualcomm now confirms that it’s working with three companies to develop Snapdragon-powered smart glasses, and it’s even published a “reference design” to prepare...

Go Download Tesla's Free Service Manuals While You Can

This week, Tesla opened up access to let users download its service manuals, parts manuals, and repair guides for free, which is a pretty big deal, especially if you’re a DIY type of person. However, we’ve seen this happen before, and it didn’t last long, so download them while you can.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

How to Link an Android Phone to a Windows 11 PC With Microsoft Phone Link

Microsoft Phone Link—formerly known as “Your Phone”—is an essential app for Windows 11 users with Android phones. It gives you access to your phone’s notifications, messages, and photos right on your PC. We’ll help you set it up.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

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