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9 free software copycats that work better than the real expensive programs

There are more features and tricks hiding in your Mac or PC than most people will ever know.

5 smart digital life hacks you won't find on TikTok

Find something you want to watch, know who is calling without looking at your phone, Netflix hacks, and more tips for tech savviness

These 4 downloads can ruin a Windows PC

When it comes to your computer, one errant click can spell disaster. Here are downloads you need to avoid.

How to save text messages on iOS and Android

Not too long ago, an Instagram follower reached out to me because she lost every one of her text messages. That included a three-year thread with her husband, who just passed away. You can imagine the heartbreak.

Before you die, decide who gets access to your online accounts and digital files

Have you given any thought as to what you want to happen to your accounts, files, photos, and the rest of your online life once you're gone? If the number of calls and requests I am getting for help on my national radio show is any indication, do it now while you're thinking about it.

7 brilliant ways your smartphone can help you get things done

You email, text, check your step count, and hit "reject" on all those spam calls. Lately, I've been getting more spam texts than calls. There's one mistake many people make trying to get them to stop. It just makes the problem worse. Tap or click for the insider trick, plus a way to do your good deed of the day and report spam.

Speed up your PC or Mac: 5 pro tricks to quickly find and delete junk

In our homes, dirt, dust, and grime can pile up over time. Cached files, screenshots and duplicates are the digital equivalent.

Breaking up or getting divorced? How to remove your ex from your digital life

You're going to block and unfollow your ex. That's a start, but you have to do more to clean up your digital life.

Quick tech tip: Scan photos and documents without buying a scanner

If you need to send a fax, for instance - hey, it happens - you can do it online for free.

Beware of this massive multimillion-dollar scheme to steal your cellphone and social media account

A recent Department of Justice (DOJ) case highlights a scheme that hijacks social media and mobile phone accounts and nets criminals millions of dollars.

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