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Infinite mailboxes: How to add accounts to Windows 10 Mail

Upgrading from one operating system to another isn't always easy. Here's how to quickly add your personal or work email account to the Windows Mail app, whether you prefer Outlook, Gmail, or another service entirely.

Computing

How to wipe your Mac and restore to default

Feel like you need a clean slate? Whenever you want to, you can restore the factory settings on your Mac. This means erasing all your data, everything you've done on the computer, and reverting it back to like-new status.

Computing

How to use manual mode on the LG G4 and take amazing pictures

The LG G4 is one of the best smartphones of 2015, partly due to the built-in camera. Here's our guide on how to better utilize the camera's manual components, whether shooting JPEGS or in Raw.

Mobile

18 annoying OnePlus One problems, and how to fix them

What happens when one plus one doesn’t equal two? You’ve got a problem. We’ve identified the most common OnePlus One problems right here and tracked down the workarounds and potential fixes that you need to deal.

Mobile

How to transfer your contacts between iPhone and Android

There's nothing worse than getting a new phone and realizing you don't have any of your old contacts listed. Luckily, it's an easy problem to solve. Here's how to transfer your contact list to your new device.

Mobile

5 Netflix tips to streamline your streaming

Our top five Netflix secrets include how to track who's using your account, change subtitle settings and more. Soon you'll be a Netflix pro!

How-To

Want your next PC to last a decade? It’s possible

How long will your current PC last? Three years? Five? What if you could make one that would last you 10 years? Here's how to put together, and upgrade, a computer that can last an entire decade.

Computing

What do those numbered recycle symbols on plastic mean anyway?

Recycling is one of Portlanders' favorite hobbies, but it can be hard to know exactly what's OK to throw in those blue bins. So what do those recycling symbols mean you always see on plastic bottles?

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Want to link Outlook with other email accounts? Here’s how

If you use Outlook and are tired of juggling multiple email accounts, we've got some good news for you. There are ways to link Outlook email to other accounts, and we have the lowdown on how to do it.

Computing

Having audio issues with Windows 10? The fix is just a few clicks away

Let's do some troubleshooting. Here are the ways you can fix Windows 10 audio issues to remove the dreaded sound of silence.

Computing

Here’s how to fix 17 common problems with Microsoft Edge

If you are feeling frustrated with the new Microsoft Edge web browser, or have run into a serious problem, take a look at these common issues and the solutions that can help you get back on track.

Computing

How to watch the 2015 PGA Championship

This Thursday, August 13, the worlds best golfers take to Whistling Straights in Kohler, Wisconsin for the 2015 PGA Championships. Here's a quick guide of where and how to watch, and a break down of the various tee time groupings for Thursday and Friday.

Movies & TV

Facebook loophole exposes private phone numbers, here’s how to close it

It's not just Donald Trump who might give out your phone number. Thanks to a newly discovered flaw, Facebook will easily give up your phone number to hackers using a simple script even if you have set it to private.

Social Media

How to Sync Your Google, Outlook, and iCloud Calendars in Windows 10

Keeping up on your appointments can be daunting if you're juggling multiple calendars. We show you how to import and sync up all your calendars into one place with Windows 10's Calendar app.

Computing

How to turn Cortana off – and on again – in Windows 10

Your options range from hiding the Cortana icon to completely disabling her and wiping your data from the Microsoft servers. Let's take it one step at a time, so you can figure out what works for you – and how to bring Cortana back if you want her.

Computing

How to make a video game (experience not required)

Building your own video game may seem out of the question, but trust us, it's not. Here's our how-to guide for bringing your ideas to life, complete with a game of our own design.

Gaming

Here’s how to clean out your hard drive in Windows 10

Is your Windows 10 hard drive feeling a little crowded lately? You can clean your hard disk by getting rid of files and moving data to other devices. Here are easiest ways to free up PC space quickly.

Computing

Here’s how to fine-tune the Action Center in Windows 10

The Action Center in Windows 10 is more useful than you might think, that is, if you know what you're doing. Here's how to fine-tune your notifications and Quick actions.

Computing

A used computer could save you money — Here’s how to buy the right one

Buying a used computer is a great way to save money. But there are a lot of risks that go along with dipping into the used pool. Here's how to buy a great used PC without getting shafted.

Computing

These are the best ways to print-to-PDF in Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7

Printing to PDF in Windows can be a hassle if you don't have the right software. We run you through how to convert files to PDF in Windows 7,8, and 10 with or without Adobe Acrobat.

Computing

Streaming Dota 2 on gaming’s biggest stage: How to watch the International 5

The International 5 is a big deal. Check out our guide on TI5 for a closer look at how the global tournament works, where to watch it, and this year's biggest players.

Gaming

How to recycle your old computer

Got old machinery collecting dust? Follow our guide to recycle old desktops and laptops the right way, including erasing all of your personal data properly.

Computing

How to send encrypted emails

While the average email service doesn't do much to protect your emails there is another level of service that offers email encryption.There are dozens of encryption options available, from plugins to web services. Let's take a look at the best .

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