How to Become More Tech-Savvy in 2020
8 Tips and Tricks to Get More Out of Your Everyday Tech in 2020
It’s officially 2020 and there are a number of simple things you can do to get the most out of your new (and old) gadgets. Whether it’s adjusting a few settings on your TV, learning how to back up your computer, or learning a neat trick on your Sonos speakers, it’s never been a better time to learn how to be a little more tech-savvy.
7 Google Chrome Settings You Should Change Right Now
In the usual course of day-to-day life, you don’t need to spend much time messing around with browser settings, but if you get under the hood you can give yourself a more streamlined and secure experience.
6 Ways to Make Your Old Laptop Feel Like New Again
That fresh-out-of-the-box performance you get when you first boot up a new laptop doesn’t last forever unfortunately. But you can claw a bit of that lightning-fast joy back with a few little tweaks.
How to Clean Up (and Back Up) Your Laptop’s Hard Drive
A few tips for clearing out the junk data that’s built up on your hard drive, and how to back up what matters.
You’re Charging Your Phone All Wrong
What’s the best way to charge your phone? What habits should you bend over backwards to avoid? We talked to a battery expert to find out.
Buy a New TV? Here Are the Settings You Need to Change Right Away
Here are the factory settings that are worth diving into the menu maze to change.
8 Settings to Change on Your Smartphone Right Now
New phone? Here are the tweaks you should make right away to ensure you get the most out of it.
The One Tip Every Sonos Speaker Owner Should Know
There’s a quick way to regroup a rouge speaker back into your Sonos multi-room system.
This Is the Coolest New iPhone Feature You Haven’t Heard About
Audio Sharing is a new feature that allows two sets of wireless headphones to pair to the same iPhone or iPad, that way they can listen to the same audio.
So you want to build an entry-level smart home and you don’t want it to cost a fortune. Good news: that’s totally possible. Here are the reasons to choose Apple, Amazon, or Google, and the best entry-level devices to get you off the ground. Read the Guide