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Contrary to the old saying, no one was born ready, so we aim to provide step-by-step tutorials on doing specific tasks on your PC or smartphone. Whether you need to learn in-depth how to use your operating system or take full advantage of the capabilities of the programs you use, we offer user guides for both day-to-day and professional activities.

How to run Windows XP programs on current versions of the...

We present you a few ways to make programs developed for obsolete versions of Windows run on the most recent versions of the Microsoft operating system.

How to install Fortnite on your Android device

We explain how to download and play Fortnite on Android, one of the most important games of 2018 that’s recently been made available.

How to switch your TweetDeck login details to your Twitter ones

From March 31 you’ll have to switch your TweetDeck account credentials. Learn how to do it with this tutorial.

EmulationStation: all your emulators in one place

EmulationStation a multiplatform frontend for retro emulators with one of the best interfaces out there today.

How to lower your data usage on Twitter

Twitter trae activada por defecto la reproducción automática de vídeos y animaciones, pudiendo llevarse hasta el 50% de nuestro consumo mensual de datos. Explicamos cómo deshabilitar esta opción.

What exactly is “the cloud”?

Have you ever really asked yourself what “the Cloud” is? According to recent studies, most people haven’t. Have no fear, we’ve got everything you need to know about cloud technology and storage right here.

How to install Flash Player if your Android device doesn’t have...

Some time ago, Adobe, the company that develops Flash for many programs and operating systems, recognized its defeat and gave into HTML5. Ice Cream sandwich was the last version to come with the Flash technology. However, Jelly Bean devices can use Flash technology if you know how to install it.

5 hacks for freeing up space on your Android

A common problem after a few months of using your Android device is running out of internal storage space. If you install heavy games or take a lot of photos and video, it will happen pretty easy, and not having enough space can even make your phone work improperly, and won’t let you install new […]

How to play Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds for Android on your PC

A step-by-step explanation of how to set up Tencent’s new and exclusive emulator to run the two newest PUBG installments for Android on any PC.

How to send eBooks to your Android with Calibre 3.0

The new version of Calibre lets you share your media library over your local network and get access to all your content from any web browser.
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