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How to Install and Play Steam Games on a Chromebook

Games are not a strong suit of Chromebooks, but thanks to the Linux Support, now you can install and play many desktop-level games on Chrome OS. Steam is one of the best digital game distribution platforms and it’s officially supported on Linux. So, you can get it running on Chrome OS and enjoy desktop games. And the best part is that you don’t need to …

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How to Enable Dark Mode in Apple Books on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

A full-fledged system-wide dark mode seems to be an automatic choice when you want to turn the entire user-interface pitch black for an easier-on-the-eyes viewing. But there are a couple of problems which I’m sure many of you would have encountered. First, not all the apps and websites support the dark theme. And it kind of puts a spanner in the whole affair. Second, the …

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Instagram Music Goes Live in India; Here’s How It Works

Did you feel jealous when you saw music stickers in an Instagram Story but couldn’t listen to what someone had shared? Or did you feel frustrated upon seeing the ‘Instagram Music is not available in your region’ error? Well, you can put your worries behind as the much-awaited Instagram Music feature is finally available in India. Yeah, you can finally add music stickers to your …

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How to Get the Pixel 4 Live Wallpapers on Any Android Device

Google Pixel 4 is perhaps the most leaked phone ever and unsurprisingly, it keeps happening year after year. From complete specs to hands-on videos, every single thing is out in the public. In addition, developers have managed to run some of the exclusive Pixel 4 features on other Android devices. Yes, we are talking about the Pixel 4 live wallpapers. In this article, I am …

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How To Create A Movie Poster In Photoshop CS

This Tutorial shows how to create a movie poster, first we will do the background. Next, we’ll add the combat soldier and modify it to suit the poster more. After that, we’ll add some coloring adjustments and we’ll finish it up with the title. You’ll need Photoshop CS3 or newer to follow this tutorial. We will need following photos: Boston City Stock Combat Soldier Spy …

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How to Set Up Communication Limits for Children on iPhone and iPad

Looks like Apple is paying close attention to every criticism that is directed upon it unlike ever before. And that is turning out very good for consumers. The latest such addition from Apple is a more powerful parental control system. While Screen Time already offered reliable parental controls, it lacked the tool to restrict communication for children. But with the release of iOS 13.3, the …

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How to Allow Untrusted Shortcuts in Your Library on iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

Apple’s Shortcuts app has opened the doors for a ton of possibilities for iPhone and iPad. Whether it’s zipping/unzipping files instantly, downloading Instagram stories videos or tracking the price history of any products on Amazon with ease, the app has taken automation to a whole new level. While Apple offers a curated collection of shortcuts inside the app, unfortunately, the tech giant doesn’t include many …

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How to Remove Duplicate Contacts from iPhone and Mac

Duplicate contacts are bound to sneak into your address book no matter how carefully you manage it. And if removing duplicates on a frequent basis isn’t one of your virtues, chances are your contacts might already be cluttered. Unfortunately, managing iPhone/iPad contacts has always been like a pain in the back. But don’t worry, there is a workaround to nab all the redundant contact cards …

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How to Use/Install Skype on Chromebook

While there has been a lot of Zoom, Skype is still one of the most popular video conferencing application. It was very popular even before Zoom emerged in the video conferencing market. What makes Skype superior is, clean interface, smooth video calls and some other useful features. It is also available on a range of platforms and devices. And with the web-first approach, Microsoft has …

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How to Get Night Mode on Older iPhones Like iPhone Xs, XR and iPhone 8

While Apple’s 2019 iPhones have got many notable features, the one that has been hogging the spotlight is the pro-grade camera. And rightly so, as it has put the iPhones back on top in the camera department. Speaking of impressive camera performance, Night mode has probably caught the most attention courtesy the ability to snap excellent low-light photos without compromising on details. That said, you …

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