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Fast Forward: Meeteor CEO Wants to Make Meetings Great Again
Meeteor founder and CEO Mamie Kanfer Stewart explains how to make meetings more productive and even more fun.(image)

Geek Builds Own iPhone Using Chinese Market Parts
You really can build your own iPhone with a little patience and a trip to Shenzhen, China.(image)

How to Use a Smartphone App to Find Your Car
If you can never remember where you parked the car, check out these apps.(image)

How to Set Up Family Accounts in Windows 10
On a single Windows 10 device, you can set up accounts for all the adults and children in your home, and the adults can limit what the kids can do.(image)

How to Cancel Apple Music
So you want to break up with Apple Music. Perhaps it's too expensive, or you don't listen enough to justify the cost. Whatever the reason, here's how to say goodbye.(image)

What Is Mastodon and Will It Kill Twitter?
Calm down, tweeps. Mastodon is intriguing, but Twitter isn't going anywhere just yet. If you're intrigued, though, here's what you need to know about Mastodon.(image)

How to Run a Security Checkup on Your Google Account
Concerned about the wrong person snagging unauthorized access to your Google account? You can run a security check on your account to make sure it's as safe and secure as possible.(image)

How to Customize the 'Send to' Menu in Windows
The Windows 'Send to' menu is a handy way of sending a file to a specific folder, application, or other item. But you're not stuck with the menu as is.(image)

How to Log Into Windows 10 With a Picture Password
Recreating gestures on a picture is a clever and creative way to log yourself into Windows 10.(image)

Privacy 101: Why You Need a VPN
Congress just moved to let ISPs sell your personal data. Here's how to protect yourself.(image)

Apple Starts Rejecting Apps if Name Includes Price
All those apps stating "free" in the title are set to slowly disappear from Apple's app stores.(image)

How to Safeguard Your Private Data at the US Border
The Trump administration, with its special interest in immigration and security, raises new questions about how much control you actually have over your data while traveling.(image)

Facebook App Adds Snapchat Stories Ripoff
If imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery, then Snapchat should feel extremely flattered right now.(image)

What's the Best Way to Back Up Your Address Book?
Export, merge, deduplicate, sync? Here's the best way to make sure your contacts are organized and saved properly so you never lose them.(image)

How to Cancel Amazon Prime
You've decided it's time to pull the plug on your Prime account. But just how do you do that?(image)

How to Wipe Your Hard Drive
Planning to get rid of your PC? How can you make sure all the personal files on your hard drive are erased and unrecoverable?(image)

How to Use Windows 10's Narrator to Read Your Screen Aloud
Offering you a way to hear your text and screen elements read aloud, Narrator has been a fixture of Windows for years. How can you customize and use it in Windows 10?(image)

How to Manually Add and Organize Albums in iTunes
iTunes sometimes puts your music into a folder or assigns it an artist that doesn't fit your preferences. So how can you get the album into the right place and under the right artist name?(image)

How to Use Windows 10 in Tablet Mode
Windows 10 can work in tablet mode or desktop mode, no matter what type of device you have. What's the difference and how do you change from one to another?(image)

How to Retrieve Folders, Files With Windows 10 Quick Access
Windows 10 offers a feature in File Explorer through which you can snag your most frequently used folders and recently used files. Let's check out how it works.(image)

7 Easy Ways to Make Your Android Phone Less Annoying
Smartphone frustrations can snowball and add real stress to your day. Here are seven quick and simple things you can do to make your life just a bit easier.(image)

How to Back Up and Restore an Image File of Windows 10
Here's how to create and restore an entire image file if your current system ever goes kaput.(image)

Kingsway is an RPG Set Inside an Operating System
It's your typical RPG, but everything in the game is presented as tasks you'd expect to carry out using an operating system like Windows.(image)

How to Set Up Your Phone for International Travel
Unless you prepare in advance, using your smartphone abroad can be a nightmare. These tips can help smooth the way.(image)

How to Use OneDrive to Fetch Files on Another PC
Need to access files on another PC in a different location? With a few exceptions, you can perform that trick as long as both machines are running Microsoft's OneDrive.(image)

PC Trouble? How to Check for Memory Problems in Windows
Is Windows misbehaving? One potential culprit you may not immediately think to check is faulty memory. Here's how to do it.(image)

How to Find a Lost Windows 10 Device
Can't find Your Windows 10 laptop or tablet? No need to worry, not if you've enabled a helpful option called 'Find my Device.'(image)

How to Run Windows 10 From a USB Drive
Yes, you can load and run Windows 10 from a USB drive, a handy option when you're using a computer saddled with an older version of Windows.(image)

How to Turn On Apple Two-Factor Authentication
Two-factor authentication applies an extra layer of security by requiring a password and a verification code. How do you set it up? Read on.(image)

How to Use Google's Translate App
Google Translate can convert foreign languages to that of your own tongue. Here's how to use it.(image)