What Is USB-C? An Explainer
With so many Macs and Windows laptops now featuring the interface, it's clear that the USB Type-C connector is here to stay. Here's why that's a good thingand how to understand both its subtleties and where it's headed. #usbc #technology #explainer
App Clips: How to Use iPhone Apps Without Downloading Them
With iOS 14, Apple's App Clips lets you tap into an app's functionality without fully downloading it to your iPhone. We tried it out with Panera Bread; here's how it works.
The Best Free PC and Console Games to Claim in October 2020
You love video games, but you're not made of money. Lucky for you, game studios and subscription services offer a handful of free titles every month. Don't miss out.
How to Use Your iPad as a Second Monitor on Any Computer
Sidecar in macOS Catalina turns your iPad into a second display with just a few clicks, but it's limited to certain Macs and iPads. Thankfully, a few third-party apps can help fill the void.
How to Factory Reset Windows 10
If your Windows 10 machine isn’t working as well as it should be, it might be time to restore the computer to its out-of-the-box settings. Here’s how to factory reset your PC.
How to Run Games at 4K on a 1080p Monitor With Supersampling
If you're looking to run a game at 4K on a 1080p monitor, you can go beyond anti-aliasing to help upscale your graphics. Here's how to use supersampling, whether you have an AMD or Nvidia graphics card.
Burner Accounts 101: How to Get Extra Numbers for a Smartphone
When you don't want to hand out your own phone number, don't buy a separate phone, just download one of these burner apps to your existing smartphone.
PCMag.com - Technology Product Reviews, News, Prices & Tips
As flagship models creep past $1,000, it's still possible to get a good price on your next cell phone. Follow our top nine tips for finding the best deal possible.
How to Play PC Games on Linux
If you’re fed up with Windows but don’t want to give up your PC games, don’t worry. These days, gaming on Linux is a lot easier than it used to be thanks to Steam Play and compatibility layers like Proton and WINE.
How to Earn and Use Cryptocurrency With the Brave Browser
The creators of the privacy-centric Brave browser have created a cryptocurrency called Basic Attention Token, or BAT, which you can earn by viewing ads and pay to sites you like. We show you how to start racking up BAT and how you can spend it.
How to Lock Down Your Phone for a Protest
If you’re planning to exercise your right to assemble, you’ll want to protect your privacy by limiting the information authorities can gather from your phone. Our guide shows you how.