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How to Download Your Own YouTube Videos

YouTube makes uploading videos easy. Downloading them is another story altogether. Here’s how you can download any video you’ve ever uploaded to YouTube. How to Download a Single YouTube Video From the YouTube homepage, click your profile image at the top-right corner of the screen. If you don’t see your Google profile image, you’ll need…
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Nanoleaf’s New Essential Line Is a More Affordable Take on Smart Lighting

Nanoleaf Alongside announced new options for its Shape series, Nanoleaf took the wraps off a new Essential smart lighting line. As the name suggests, it fits the more traditional mold with an affordable $20 smart bulb and $50 LED strip. And unlike the Nanoleaf products that came before, Essentials uses Thread for smart home communication.…
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Nacon’s Official Xbox Game Streaming Controllers for Android Come in Two Sizes

Nacon We’re in the middle of a renaissance of controllers for phones, thanks to a similar boom of streaming services. Nacon, a smaller accessory maker, is jumping into the fray with two models officially licensed for Xbox Game Pass streaming. The Nacon MG-X (the lil’ one) and MG-X Pro (the big ‘un) both hold an…
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How to Export Your Google Keep Notes and Attachments

Vladimka production/Shutterstock Google Keep offers a reliable and frustration-free note-taking experience, but it’s always a good idea to back up your notes once in a while. You can easily extract a copy of your Google Keep’s archive with Google’s dedicated backup tool, Takeout. To use it, visit the Google Takeout page and log in with…
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How to Keep Low Power Mode Enabled Permanently on Your iPhone

Apple’s Low Power Mode is essential for making an older iPhone’s battery last longer. Normally, iOS turns off Low Power Mode automatically when your iPhone charges to 80% capacity. But you can use a Shortcuts automation to keep Low Power Mode enabled forever. Here’s how. First, open the Shortcuts app, which Apple added as a…
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Song Stuck In Your Head? Hum it to Google Search!

Google/YouTube.com Have you ever had a song stuck in your head but had no idea what it was? Maybe you didn’t even know any of the lyrics, which makes it hard to search. This has happened to me more times than I care to think about. But those days are gone because now you can hum…
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How to Uninstall Apps and Games on Google TV

Installing apps and games helps you take full advantage of your Google TV streaming device. But, inevitably, you’ll end up with some you don’t want anymore. Here’s how to uninstall apps and games on Google TV. Small streaming devices, like Chromecast with Google TV, usually don’t have a ton of storage space. And everything you…
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Design Everything from Cars to Factories in These Excellent Sandbox Games

Flashbulb, Squad, Wube Software LTD. Video games can be great outlets for creativity, but what if you want them to push your mind a little further? There are plenty of sandbox titles that feature robust building systems, in-depth mechanics, and plenty of tools to tinker with to allow you full control over complex mechanisms. So…
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How to Use a Real GameCube Controller or Wiimote in Dolphin

Tinxi/Shutterstock.com Emulation is a great way to experience your favorite games, but without the original controller, it can feel inauthentic. Here’s how to set up Nintendo’s official peripherals in the Dolphin Wii and GameCube emulator for PC. What You’ll Need To use a real Nintendo GameCube controller with Dolphin, here’s what you’ll need: An official Nintendo…
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How to Make Your iPhone Scream When You Plug It In

Roman Samborskyi/Shutterstock At the end of a long day of doomscrolling, both you and your iPhone probably feel like screaming. If you really want to freak out your friends, you can make your iPhone scream whenever you unplug it on iOS 14 or later. Let’s get it set up! Step 1: Get the Custom Scream…
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5 Best Wi-Fi Range Extender Wall Plugs With 5 GHz Support

If you have a spotty internet connection sounds like a decent investment. These nifty devices help you amplify your home’s current Wi-Fi network, especially if it’s a small house. Otherwise, it’s best to invest in Mesh Wi-Fi routers. Nevertheless, the best part of wall Wi-Fi range extenders is that they do not need any elaborate…
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Google Chat Is Going Free and Replacing Hangouts In 2021

Google Google likes to support two nearly-identical products at the same time. It’s a silly “strategy” that leaves people scratching their head over services like Duo, Meet, Hangouts, and Chat. But Google is on the right path, announcing that Hangouts is shutting down in 2021 to be replaced by the more robust Google Chat instant…
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Top 9 Ways to Fix Unable to Change Default Programs in Windows 10

The apps offered by Microsoft are great. But not everyone is a fan. That’s why people look for alternatives and want to use those alternatives as default apps. Instead of opening your file manually in your favorite app, you can make that app as a default. That way, such files will automatically open in your…
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Could OneDrive Get Hacked? What You Really Need to Worry About – Ask Leo!

I like the idea of cloud storage, but one thing stops me: couldn’t a service like OneDrive get hacked? I mean, I’m not sure I could sleep at night worrying about someone getting at my stuff! Yes, OneDrive could get hacked. Next question? OK, ok, obviously it’s not that simple. Even though the answer is…
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How to Change the From Address in Microsoft Outlook

Several users have more than one email ID. That’s the bare minimum where one is used for work while the other for personal reasons. Viewing how most of us are struggling to balance both lives simultaneously, it makes sense to sign in to Microsoft Outlook from both the accounts. Sending emails becomes easier if you…
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