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How to use Windows, Android, iOS, macOS, and other products in a manner that is easy to use for everyone, no matter how knowledgeable you are. How to do stuff as quickly as possible.

How to zoom out on an iPhone

How to zoom out on an iPhone

If you got to this guide, you must have accidentally used Zoom on an iPhone. Everything is magnified, and you’re probably wondering how to zoom out on your iPhone and return to using your device the regular way. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place to learn all the details on how to use Zoom on an iPhone, including how to get out of Zoom
How to clear notifications on Android

How to clear notifications on Android

Receiving app alerts is generally helpful, but it's important to regularly clear notifications on your Android device. You may also want to address permanent notifications that can't be easily killed. Some apps may be rather annoying because they display persistent notifications that remain even after hitting the Clear (all) button. Luckily, there are methods to delete these notifications, making room for more important alerts. In
How to turn off autocorrect on an iPhone

How to turn off autocorrect on an iPhone

The autocorrect on an iPhone is called Auto-Correction. While it’s meant to help you avoid misspellings by checking words against the keyboard dictionary as you type, not everyone is happy with the auto-correct on the iPhone. Some users wonder how to change autocorrect on an iPhone to suit their needs, and others are curious about completely turning off autocorrect on the iPhone entirely. These are
The best Windows keyboard shortcuts (PDF free download)

The best Windows keyboard shortcuts (PDF free download)

Microsoft is always working to make Windows better. Each major Windows 10 and Windows 11 update brings new features and options. That’s how we got virtual desktops, Windows Sandbox, new Start Menus, or the Copilot AI tech. While you can use a mouse or touchscreen to get around, keyboard shortcuts make things much faster. In this article, I’ll show you what are the most useful
How to hide the content of notifications on Android

How to hide the content of notifications on Android

Every time you get a notification from an Android app, your lock screen shows the app’s name, icon, and a preview of the message. Apps like WhatsApp, Messenger, and Messages even show who sent the message and part of the text. While this is convenient, it also means others might see your personal messages. If you want to keep this information private, it’s important to
How to hide notifications on the Lock screen in Android

How to hide notifications on the Lock screen in Android

How do I hide notifications until face unlock on Samsung? How do I get notifications not to show up on my Lock screen? If these are the questions that brought you here, it’s pretty clear to me that you’re trying to figure out how to hide notifications on your Android phone’s Lock screen. 🙂 These alerts can be handy, but if you’re concerned about privacy,
How to screen record on Android phones

How to screen record on Android phones

If you have an Android smartphone and want to capture what's happening on the screen, it’s really simple. You can record your game, make a guide, or show a problem in an app. Recording your screen is quick and easy; anyone can start a screen recording quickly with just a few taps. Moreover, it’s free as Android comes by default with a built-in screen recorder
How to turn off an Android phone

How to turn off an Android phone

Do you need to shut down your Android phone but aren’t sure how to do it? Rest easy: whether you have a Samsung Galaxy or another Android device, turning it off is a simple process as long as you know how. In this tutorial, I’ll show you three different methods to switch off your Android phone, including the steps required if the power button is
7 ways to switch the user in Windows 11

7 ways to switch the user in Windows 11

Having multiple users on a Windows 11 computer is a great way to ensure each person who uses it has a pleasant experience and keeps their files, settings, and apps separate from others. However, this leads to a problem: not everyone knows how to switch the user when it’s their turn to sign in to Windows 11, which can cause data loss and, sometimes, even
How to take a screenshot on an iPhone

How to take a screenshot on an iPhone

Figuring out how to take a screenshot on an iPhone 13, iPhone 14, or iPhone 15 is not an easy task if you’re switching from Android or even if you used an older iPhone before. Luckily, there are several options available for taking a screenshot on your iPhone when it comes to the latest models. This tutorial illustrates how to screenshot on an iPhone, so
8 ways to switch the user in Windows 10

8 ways to switch the user in Windows 10

People often share their computers and devices with others. Whether your little brother or sister or one of your grandparents wants to experience the world of technology, they could cause problems with your PC or your important data because they are unfamiliar with using Windows. That is why Windows 10 allows you to create separate accounts for every user, each with their own files, settings,
How to show the desktop on a Windows 11 computer

How to show the desktop on a Windows 11 computer

Are you tackling a long to-do list that translates into countless windows and apps open on your Windows 11 computer? Whether it’s to locate a file, place a shortcut, or simply take a breather, at some point, you may find yourself needing to access the desktop quickly. In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through five methods and shortcuts to show the desktop in Windows 11.
How to start Windows 11's Safe Mode with Command Prompt

How to start Windows 11's Safe Mode with Command Prompt

Being able to work in Safe Mode is essential when you have no other option for troubleshooting Windows 11 issues or boot failures. As Safe Mode loads only the most basic components required for the operating system to start, it can help you a lot in finding and resolving problems on your computer. Moreover, if you suspect some graphical user interface issues affect the loading
How to open File Explorer in Windows (12 ways)

How to open File Explorer in Windows (12 ways)

File Explorer is one of the most used apps in Windows 10 and Windows 11. Whether you need to open, copy, delete, or move files, there is always one thing you have to do first: open the File Explorer. So, I thought it would be an excellent idea to write this roundup article, showing all the ways to open File Explorer in Windows 10 and
How to show the desktop on a Windows 10 computer

How to show the desktop on a Windows 10 computer

The desktop is the home base for many Windows 10 users, and there are several ways to access it. Even if you don’t store files and folders on it, you can switch to the desktop to quickly hide your screen’s contents. All your app windows are minimized when you do that, and the desktop is shown instead. In this tutorial, I’ll tell you six ways
Windows 8.1 settings: How to open PC Settings

Windows 8.1 settings: How to open PC Settings

Windows 8.1 has reached its end of support on January 10th, 2023. However, this doesn’t mean all laptops and devices with this operating system are gone. Many people are still using them, and those that do often ask themselves: How do I get to my PC Settings? To help them out, we decided to update this 10-year-old guide, and provide people with the most comprehensive
What is the latest version of Windows 10? Check your Windows 10 version

What is the latest version of Windows 10? Check your Windows 10 version

The latest version of Windows 10 is 22H2, build number 19045, and it was released on October 18th, 2022. This is the last version of Windows 10, and Microsoft will end its support on October 14th, 2025. Until that happens, you may want to check your Windows 10 version to find out whether you’re using the latest build number. Or you may want to know
How to turn off Safe Mode in Windows

How to turn off Safe Mode in Windows

Windows Safe Mode is a great way to troubleshoot your computer or device. You can use it to uninstall problematic drivers or programs and to remove stubborn malware. Once you have fixed your Windows problems, you can exit Safe Mode and boot normally into the Windows operating system... or can you? Read this article to learn four methods of turning off Safe Mode in Windows