UPS battery replacements are easy enough to do yourself. The hardest part: finding the battery. In this post, we’ll show you how to crack open a UPS case and get a good deal on a replacement UPS battery.
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Practically every facet of the Windows 10 experience involves sending data back to Microsoft. If this raises privacy concerns for you, you’re not alone. In this post, we’ll take a look at a utility that stops Microsoft from harvesting your data.
Bookmark this! We’ll be updating this HUGE list of Black Friday sales as the deals roll in. Check out the full post for our recommended deals and the best discounts for Black Friday 2016.
T-Mobile One’s unlimited data plan isn’t quite as unlimited as advertised—especially when it comes to tethering. We’ll show you three ways to get what you paid for while using mobile data on your PC.
When taking a lot of screenshots you’re bound to run into the need to hide sensitive personal information from time to time. Snagit’s built-in blur function can handle this with ease.
We’ve posted a tutorial on how to forward calls on an iPhone, so we thought we’d share how to do it with other phone companies as well.
Did you know that Amazon keeps a list of every item you’ve ever viewed on its website? Here’s how to manage the history on your account including how to disable history or remove items from it.
If you purchased something on Amazon and the price drops within a week of buying it, you can request a refund on the difference! Here’s how.
The Humble Bundle has made waves in the indie-game industry, and today it opened up a new store for daily deals on individual non-bundled gaming titles.
YouTube isn’t seeing much love over its new Google+ comment integration. The number of those willing to put their name on the opposing ballet are rising into 6 digits.
Google is locking down Chrome from unwanted extensions. This is good news for people that accidentally install junkware, but bad news for power users that know what they are doing.
What’s not to love when Amazon is giving away more free music. It may not be up to your tastes, but when a deal like this comes along you can always give away to friends what you want use yourself.
YouTube accounts are now locked in with Google+ as the search engine giant updated its commenting system today. Users that want to remain anonymous will have to create a separate Google+ page or change their Google+ profile to a pseudo-name.
Androids new callerID system hooks into Google+ and other Google services to pull up relevant information on the caller. If you’d rather your number not be attached to this directory here is the easiest way to disable it once it becomes the new default.