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  1. Google Assistant can do many things, but it can’t intelligently adjust its volume. If you ask a question, it will blurt out the answer, sometimes louder than you want. Avoid those awkward moments by turning off speech output on Android smartphones. If you don’t want Google Assistant to recite its response out loud, you can simply use the keyboard to enter a command. Google knows that if you’re not using your voice, it probably shouldn’t speak out loud either. RELATED:How to Pin Live Sports Scores to Your Android Home Screen(Opens in a new browser tab) However, keyboard input is
  2. Tired of seeing backgrounds provided by Microsoft on your Windows 10 lock screen? With a trip to Settings, you can choose a custom background image or even set up a custom slideshow from a group of images. Here’s how to set it up. First, open “Settings” by clicking the “Start” button and selecting the small gear. Or you can press Windows+i on your keyboard. In “Settings,” select “Personalization.” In “Personalization,” select “Lock screen” from the sidebar. In Lock screen settings, locate the drop-down menu labeled “Background,” which is just below the loc
  3. The best way to experience a sporting event is to watch it live, but that’s not always possible. So how do you track the scores in real-time? If you own an Android smartphone or tablet, you can put live sports scores in floating bubbles on your screen. This feature is possible through the Google app on Android devices. All you have to do is search for a sporting event, and you can pin it to the screen. We’ll show you how to do it. Related : What is Clubhouse? The Drop-In Audio Social Network(Opens in a new browser tab) First, open the Google app (or use the Google widget on your
  4. If you use Amazon.com frequently to purchase items, you might find it handy to see a list of your past orders all in one place. Luckily, with the Amazon app available for iPhone, iPad, and Android, seeing a list of your orders is easy. Here’s how. First, open the “Amazon” app on your device. Look for the hamburger button (which looks like three horizontal lines) and tap it. On Android and iPad, this button is located in the upper-left corner of the screen. On the iPhone, you’ll find the hamburger button in the lower-right corner. In the menu that appears, tap “Your O
  5. Sony Some of your PlayStation 5 (PS5) games might be PlayStation 4 (PS4) games in disguise. Here’s how you can tell the difference between console versions and change these games to their next-gen versions. The PlayStation 5, unlike its predecessor, is backward compatible with one generation, meaning that you can play almost all PlayStation 4 games on it. However, one of the downsides is that, for some cross-gen games (games that are released simultaneously on both Sony consoles), the PlayStation 4 version is installed by default. It’s in your best interest to make sure that th
  6. On an iPhone, photos are a huge potential privacy leak. They include not only visual information but also metadata that might reveal your location or when the photo was taken, among other facts. Luckily, it’s easy to see which apps have access to your photos and even revoke access if necessary. Here’s how. First, open “Settings” on your iPhone. In “Settings,” tap “Privacy.” In “Privacy,” scroll down the list and tap “Photos.” After tapping “Photos,” you’ll see a list of installed apps that have requested access to your photos. Beside each one is a status t
  7. dennizn/Shutterstock Facebook (stylized as Facebook) is an American online social media and social networking service based in Menlo Park, California, and a flagship service of the namesake company Facebook, Inc. It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg, along with fellow Harvard College students and roommates Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes. The founders of Facebook initially limited membership to Harvard students. Membership was expanded to Columbia, Stanford, and Yale before being expanded to the rest of the Ivy League, MIT, and higher educatio
  8. Are you worried that your iPhone apps are listening using your device’s built-in microphone? If so, it’s easy to know for sure—and to revoke microphone access if necessary—by checking a list in Settings. Here’s how to do it. First, open the “Settings” app. In “Settings,” tap “Privacy.” In “Privacy,” tap “Microphone.” On the next screen, you’ll see a list of installed apps that have previously requested access to your microphone. Each app has a switch beside it. If the switch is “on” (green) then the app can access your microphone. If the switch is “off” (o
  9. Ekaterina Mesilova/Shutterstock The Apple Watch should have enough charge to last you a full day with moderate-to-heavy use. If you don’t use it a ton, you might even get more than a day out of it! But what do you do when your Watch battery just doesn’t last long enough? Here are some tips for making your Apple wearable last longer. Disable Always-On Display (Series 5 and Later) The Apple Watch Series 5 and later (except the SE) boasts an always-on display. This means there’s no need to flick your wrist or tap the screen to see the time. Apple uses some clever tricks to red
  10. Signal The signal is a popular privacy-focused, an encrypted messaging app. It’s an alternative to WhatsApp, Telegram, Facebook Messenger, and others. There’s a lot to like about the app, and if you make the switch, it can even replace your SMS app. Like its competitors, Signal is mainly used for instant messaging other people who use the app. However, the Android app has an extra feature: It can be set as your device’s default SMS messaging app. Unfortunately, the functionality isn’t available on iPhone. RELATED: How to Turn off 5G on iPhone (to Save Battery Life) Not onl
  11. Khamosh Pathak Want to give your eyes a break? You can try increasing the text size on your iPhone, but that doesn’t help with the UI. Here’s how to use the Display Zoom feature to magnify the entire interface on your iPhone. Display Zoom vs. Text Size Increasing the text size on your iPhone or making the text bold is the usual go-to when a user is having difficulty viewing content on the iPhone. But the problem is that this solution doesn’t scale well. RELATED: How to Use Spoiler Tags to Hide Messages and Images on Discord Increasing the font size after a couple of no
  12. It’s no secret that smartphone apps have the ability to access a lot of permissions—if you let them. It’s important to make sure apps aren’t abusing permissions to protect your privacy. Android makes it easy to see which apps can access your location. Android apps are required to ask for permission to access your location. Beginning in Android 11, you can even grant apps one-time access to your location. This means that you don’t have to worry about apps grabbing your location after you leave the app. RELATED:How to Change a PowerPoint Show (PPSX) to a Work File (PPTX) Regardles
  13. “Routines” might be Google Assistant’s most powerful feature, especially if you have smart devices around your home. You can automate several tasks with a single command. To make Routines even easier to use, you can add home screen shortcuts. Google includes several pre-made Routines in the Google Home app, but you can create your own custom Routines as well. There’s everything from automating your workday to improving bedtime to adjusting the lights based on whether you’re home or away. RELATED: How to Change the Instagram App Icon on iPhone and Android One downside to Routines
  14. Eliseu Geisler/Shutterstock.com Signal is a privacy-focused encrypted chat solution, but the first thing it wants after you sign up is access to all the contacts on your phone. Here’s why, what Signal actually does with those contacts, and what using Signal is like without them. Why Does Signal Want Your Contacts? Signal works based on phone numbers. You need a phone number to sign up. That phone number identifies you on Signal. If someone knows your phone number, they can send you a message on Signal. If you send someone a message on Signal, they’ll see your phone number.
  15. Even these days, MacBooks still have tiny hard drives that fill up quickly. Luckily there are quick and easy ways to free up space on your hard drive. Here’s how to clean up your Mac and reclaim some drive space. You can obviously free up disk space by simply doing a cursory find-and-delete for big files and other things that you’ve downloaded, but realistically that’s only going to get you so far. Most of the wasted space on your Mac is only going to be reclaimed if you look at lot deeper—cleaning out language files, removing duplicate files, deleting attachments, clearing temporary file
  16. CC Photo Labs/Shutterstock Computers traditionally have had a startup sound that plays as soon as they are up and running. Chromebooks don’t have this out of the box, but if you miss that nostalgic touch of a startup chime, you can manually enable it from the settings. On your Chromebook, click the status section found in the bottom-right corner to reveal the quick settings panel. Select the gear icon to enter your Chromebook’s Settings menu. Scroll down until you find the “Advanced” button and toggle it to reveal more options. Locate the “Accessibility” sectio
  17. Siri can be useful but, if you have an Apple Watch, the virtual assistant can accidentally pop up all the time—especially when you’re working out. Here’s how to stop Siri from appearing on your watch. Related : How to Disable Blood Oxygen Monitoring on Apple Watch Why Your Apple Watch Activates Siri On the Apple Watch, by default you can activate Siri in three ways: Press and hold down the Digital Crown. Tap the screen, or turn your wrist to wake your Apple Watch and then say, “Hey Siri.” Raise your watch to near your mouth and just start speaking (with an App
  18. Aquarius Studio/Shutterstock Did you get a shiny new Wi-Fi router to help with all your stay-at-home internet activities? You’re likely not alone, thanks to the rise in video conferencing, streaming, and other internet-related activities across the home. But the worst part is updating all your devices with the new Wi-Fi name and password. That is unless you do the smart thing and reuse your SSID and Password. RELATED: How to setup IPTV Stalker on Kodi? Every new router, Wi-Fi or otherwise, comes with a preset SSID (Service Set Identifier) and password. It
  19. Sony The PlayStation 5’s (PS5) user interface places the power options within a hidden menu, making them somewhat difficult to find. We’ll explain how to find the options, so you can easily turn your console off, put it into Rest Mode, restart it, or turn the system on again as needed. How to Turn Off the PlayStation 5 with the Controller The PlayStation 5 user interface is a departure from previous console generations, in that the power options do not have their own separate icon on the home screen. The power options are now hidden within the Control Center, which you can only fin
  20. guteksk7/Shutterstock Your Mac hijacking your cursor and asking you to wait around is never welcome. People call it different things, including the spinning wheel, beachball, or pinwheel of death. The good news is a spinning wheel means macOS hasn’t crashed completely. You might be able to wrestle back control. What Is the Spinning Wheel of Death on a Mac? That rainbow spinning wheel (whatever you might call it) is a common macOS wait cursor. It’s triggered when an application doesn’t respond for a few seconds and signals that you should wait before giving the app more instruc
  21. If you’ve been playing some embarrassing games recently on your Nintendo Switch and you don’t want them to show up in your Play Activity where your friends can see it, you can delete your play activity completely. Here’s how to do it. First, navigate to the “Home” menu (push the “Home” button), then select your user profile icon in the upper-left corner of the screen. Your profile settings page will open. In the sidebar, select “User Settings.” In “User Settings,” choose “Play Activity Settings.” In “Play Activity Settings,” select “Delete Play Activity.”
  22. Suzanne Humphries, Phoderstock/Shutterstock.com Typing in your Wi-Fi details on new smartphones and tablets (and on your guests’ phones) can be a total hassle, especially if you have a long complex password. Make life a little simpler for yourself by turning your Wi-Fi password into a handy Wi-Fi QR code, so that anyone can log into your wireless network without bugging you. How to Set Up Your QR Code for Your Wi-Fi Password Setting up the custom QR code is a fairly quick and easy process. And once you’re done, you can print it off and keep a copy underneath your coffee ta
  23. It’s easy to use the web with multiple Google accounts signed in at the same time, but you will always fall back to the “default” account. It’s a little tricky to change this, but it can be done. The default Google account is determined by whichever you first used to sign in. This same rule applies to Android devices and many Google apps. Unfortunately, changing which account is the “default” is a bit cumbersome. RELATED: How to Change Your Default Browser on iPhone and iPad You can quickly see which of your accounts is the default by visiting Google’s website and clicking the p
  24. SMS, or Short Messaging Service, has been around for a long time, but soon it will be replaced by RCS, a newer and much better standard for sending messages. But what’s RCS all about? Here’s how it works. RCS is also known as Rich Communication Service, and it is the future of “texting” on your phone. As its name suggests, this service adds a much richer experience to text and multimedia messages. We’re talking higher image and video quality, read receipts, and the like. To make this a little more clear, think about instant messaging, like with Facebook Messenger or Whatsapp. You can
  25. You may have heard about RCS and how it’s a huge upgrade over SMS, the old standard for text messaging. But how do you know if you can actually use RCS? We’ll show you how to easily check. In short, RCS (Rich Communication Service) is the future of text messaging. It brings many features you’ve probably used in instant messaging apps, such as read receipts, typing indicators, and high-quality images, to standard texting. RELATED: How to Unsubscribe From Automated Text Messages The rollout of RCS to phones has been long and messy. For starters, iPhones don’t support RCS at all. I
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