How-To
Gaming

Transferring data to your shiny new PlayStation 4 Pro is a piece of cake

If you're switching from an older PlayStation 4 to the new PlayStation 4 Pro, the process for transferring your data is a very simple ordeal. With about 300GB of content to move, it took us about an hour. Here's how.
Computing

How to set Google as your homepage

Simply tired of the same old homepage, or looking to change it to the world's most popular search engine? If you would rather set Google's flagship service as your default, here's how to do so in the browser of your choice.
Social Media

Twitter isn’t for the faint of heart, so here’s how to delete your account

Getting tired of all the hashtags and 140-character drivel in your Twitter feed? Check out this guide for a quick rundown on what you need to do in order to delete your account and wipe your presence from the social media behemoth.
Gaming

Here’s how to delete and reinstall games on your Xbox One

Removing and reinstalling games on the Xbox One's hard drive isn't difficult, but it is a process that not everyone is familiar with. Thankfully, our guide will run you through each step so you'll know precisely what to do.
Mobile

How to reset your Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge to factory settings

If your Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge is running slow, an error seems to be plaguing performance, or you've forgotten your password, don't fret. You can restore your phone to its default settings with a factory reset, and we'll show you how.
Computing

How to right-click on a Mac

The Mac is famous for its simplified mouse, which lacks a right-click button. But right-clicking is still often necessary. So, how do you do it? Our guide will tell you, no matter which Mac you have.
Web

How to track the 2016 election results with every map, graph, and poll online

Feeling anxious about the results of the presidential election? Do you feel a pressing need to constantly check polling results? We have compiled a list of the best places for election coverage online, so you can stay informed.
Mobile

How to factory reset a Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge

If you need to factory reset your Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge, then this guide will show you how. Learn about Factory Reset Protection and how to remove it, and wipe your S7 clean without any problems.
Computing

Suffering from sender’s remorse? Here’s how to unsend Gmail messages 1:20

Everyone has sent a message they wish they could take back. How great would it be if you could undo that impulsive email? If you're a Gmail user, you can. Here's how to enable the "unsend" feature in Gmail and use it to your…
Home

So steamy: How to use a pressure cooker

A pressure cooker is like a slow cooker on steroids. The device uses the same "set it and forget it" technique to produce an array of tender meals, but you don't have to wait 10 hours for your food to be ready. Here, we outline how to…
Computing

How to take control of the Action Center in Windows 10

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

What can’t she do? The best ways to use Amazon’s Alexa around the house

Amazon's voice assistant, Alexa, has lots of neat skills. So many, in fact, it seems like a new one appears every day. Here are some of our favorite tips and tricks for getting the most out of your Echo, Dot, or Tap.