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How to Adjust Your TV for the Best Picture

You've taken your new TV out of the box and set it up, but the picture quality doesn't look as good as it did in the store. What's the best and easiest way to fix that?

How Cash App Works

Our beginner's guide to how Cash App works will have you sending and receiving money from your digital wallet like a pro in no time.

How to Adjust Your TV for the Best Picture

You've taken your new TV out of the box and set it up, but the picture quality doesn't look as good as it did in the store. What's the best and easiest way to fix that?

Have You Been Zoom Bombed? Here's How to Stop It

Zoom bombing – when intruders hijack your videoconference calls or virtual learning sessions – has become a big deal. But how do you stop it?

Could Your Computer Help You Be More Polite?

A new program from researchers at Carnegie Mellon can help your computer send more polite emails and messages. And they used a treasure trove of emails from the Enron lawsuit to do it.

What Is an IP Address?

Your IP address is one of 4.3 billion unique numbers that identifies your computer on the internet. Learn the different IP classes and discover how your computer gets its own address.

How to Scrub Identifying Info From Your Digital Pics

A digital photo has a wealth of info embedded in it — including date and time it was taken, location and camera used. But what if you don't want all that data falling into the wrong hands?

Why It's Important to Digitize Your Vintage Photos and Movies

Have a ton of precious old movies, photos and VHS tapes sitting in boxes gathering dust? It's time to go digital and preserve those memories for future generations.

Do You Need to Install Every Windows Update?

It may seem like you get endless alerts to update your Microsoft Windows system and you might be tempted to skip a few updates. Is there any harm in doing that?

Have Fun With Our Animal Crossing Quiz

Everyone's heard of Mario, but Nintendo is nearly as well known for the ultra-popular Animal Crossing series. How much do you know about this beloved social simulation game?

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