How to Uninstall Emoji on Ubuntu

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS features a new set of shiny color emoji. If you don’t want to see emoji in messaging apps, on the web, and elsewhere, you can remove them from your system.

How to Disable Facebook Messenger’s Chat Heads on Android

You know what’s cool? Instant messaging with friends, family, and colleagues. You know what’s annoying? Having their face float above everything else on your phone. And that’s exactly how it is with Facebook Messenger—here’s how to turn it off on Android.

Nintendo Labo Review: A Fun Engineering Workshop Wrapped In Cardboard

Nintendo wants to sell you cardboard and, against all odds, we’re on board with this proposition. The Nintendo Labo kit is as fun as it is absurd and it might even teach your kids a thing or two.

How To Stop All Of Amazon’s Many (MANY) Emails

Amazon sends out a ton of emails. Some of those are useful—alerts that your order went through or about problems with an order, for example. But the rest can get on your nerves. Here’s how to banish every last one of them.

How to Use a USB Flash Drive with Your iPhone

If you need more storage space on your iPhone, the easiest way to tack some on is with a special flash drive that features a lightning port on one end and a USB port on the other. You’ll use an app designed for that drive to actually manage files.

The Best USB Charging Stations For Families

We’ve got more gadgets than ever and now even our kids are getting in on the gadget game. All those gadgets need charging and these charging stations make it simple to park a whole pile of them in one place to charge.

What To Do If Your Mac Gets Stolen

Having your Mac get stolen might seem like the end of the world, but there are some steps you can take to try and get it back, or failing that, make an insurance claim. Let’s have a look at what to do if your Mac goes missing.

Gigabit Ethernet vs. Fast Ethernet: What’s the Difference?

Not all Ethernet is created equal. These days there are two available standards, Fast Ethernet and Gigabit, which are completely distinct speed interfaces. It’s important to understand the difference between them and which one you should choose.

6 Things All New Home Server Users Should Have

Whether you’re running a Plex media server, virtual machines galore, or just maintaining your own cloud storage system, there are a handful of things aspiring home server aficionados should have in their arsenal.

The Best Luxury iPhone Cases (To Match Your Designer Purse)

Want an iPhone case that will keep your phone safe without looking like piece of safety equipment? Here’s our rundown of some of the best super luxury iPhone cases out there, for both iPhone 8 and X, so you can match your case to your fashion sensibilities.

How To Force Microsoft Excel To Show Leading Zeroes

By default, Excel doesn’t show the leading zero in any non-decimal numerical data set. But if you need to show the leading zero — usually because of some weird numbering system at your job, it’s easy to keep that zero in its place.

How to Move Ubuntu’s Launcher Bar to the Bottom or Right

You can now move the Ubuntu desktop’s launcher bar from the left side of your screen to the bottom or right instead. This works on Ubuntu 17.10 and 18.04, as Ubuntu now uses GNOME Shell instead of Unity.

Instant Pot Review: If You Buy One Kitchen Appliance, Buy This One

Everyone has that one friend who bought an Instant Pot and won’t shut up about how awesome it is and how you should get one—and they’re right. You should get one of these multi-function cookers and give it a permanent home in your kitchen.

What Can You Do with Samsung Health?

Samsung offers a lot of tools, many of which you probably just ignore. Health is one of the tools you should probably take a closer look at, however, because it’s actually really useful.

Six Tips to Help Save Yourself from Poor Computer Posture

Sitting is killing you. Sitting on its own isn’t inherently bad, but if you work at a computer, sitting for hours every day is ultimately hard on your body. Here are some simple tips you can do to help, though.

Should You Build Your Own DIY Security System?

There are plenty of security systems out on the market that come with professional installation and support, but what about DIY setups that offer many of the same features and are often much cheaper? Here are the pros and cons of doing it yourself.

The Best Smart Toothbrushes for Everyone

It’s easy to brush your teeth ineffectively by brushing too hard, too little, or not giving each area of your mouth the attention it deserves. These smart toothbrushes not only make brushing interesting but effective too.

How To Automatically Add Citations And Bibliographies To Microsoft Word

Properly formatting bibliographies has always driven students crazy. With modern versions of Microsoft Word, though, the process is streamlined to the point of almost being automatic, and today we’re going to show you how to add citations and bibliographies to your Word documents.

The Best Podcast Clients for Android

There’s no shortage of podcast apps in the Play Store, so finding a good one can be a challenge—especially if you’re shelling out a few bucks for it. Here are a few deserving of your attention. And dollars.

YouTube TV Review: Finally, Live Television Is Tolerable In the 21st Century

While Netflix creates a new way to watch TV online, regular live TV languished for years in an old distribution model. YouTube TV is the closest I’ve found to bridging the gap between the old ways and the new.

How to Stop Ubuntu From Collecting Data About Your PC

Ubuntu 18.04 collects data about your PC’s hardware and software, which packages you have installed, and application crash reports, sending them all to Ubuntu’s servers. You can opt out of this data collection—but you have to do it in three separate places.
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