• Does Hibernating My PC Save More Energy Than Sleep? July 6, 2022
    Windows has two main options for shutting down your PC without really shutting it down—“Sleep” and “Hibernate.” There are some key differences between these two modes, but which one actually uses the least electricity? Let’s find out.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Joe Fedewa
  • Picsart Gold Review: A True Treasure for Quick Photo and Video Editing July 6, 2022
    In days past, to edit a photo, you needed to hop onto your desktop, open photo editing software, and get to work. Now, plenty of tools exist to help you add special effects to your photos, create simple logos, and so much more in just a few clicks (or taps). Picsart is perhaps one of […]
    Brenna Miles
  • What Is a Smart Plug? July 5, 2022
    Smart plugs make any appliance or device smarter by allowing you to control them remotely. You can track energy consumption, schedule when a device turns on and off, and control it with your voice.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Andy Nguyen
  • How to Install Minecraft on Ubuntu or Any Other Linux Distribution July 5, 2022
    Minecraft runs just fine on Linux, but it’s probably not available for easy installation in your Linux distribution’s package manager. Here’s how to get your Linux system ready for Minecraft.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Chris Hoffman
  • Google Pixel's Next Update Is Timely Yet Late July 5, 2022
    The slow trickle of new At a Glance features are always keeping Pixel owners on the edge of their seat. But an upcoming “Cross Device Timer” could take the smart widget a whole new level—soon, At a Glance will show you a countdown for timers made on Nest Hubs and other Google Assistant devices.Read This […]
    Andrew Heinzman
  • How to Open JAR Files on Windows 10 and 11 July 5, 2022
    On Windows 10 and Windows 11, JAR files don’t open by default as there are no built-in apps to handle this file format. But, you can install the free Java utility and access this file format on your PC. We’ll show you the process to do that.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Mahesh Makvana
  • How to Share Notes on iPhone July 5, 2022
    Whether you want to share a copy of your note with someone, or you want to invite someone to collaborate on your notes with you, your iPhone’s Notes app allows you to do both. We’ll show you how to use those Notes’ features.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Mahesh Makvana
  • Freevee's Latest Free Channels Features Cooking, Music, and Nostalgia July 5, 2022
    Freevee, Amazon’s free streaming service formally known as IMDB TV, has always offered free content to watch with ads. But “free” doesn’t mean much without something actually good watch. Now the service is getting ready to add even more, and there’s a little something for everyone.Read This Article on Review Geek ›
    Josh Hendrickson
  • Check Out This Drag Racing VW Beetle EV July 5, 2022
    While it may sound a bit odd, people really like to convert old VW Beetles into electric drag-racers. The practice goes back twenty years, and back in 2011, two brothers shocked the world with their Black Current III electric Beetle. Now they’re back with an even more ridiculous car, the “V8-killing” Black Current IV.Read This […]
    Andrew Heinzman
  • How to Change the RDP Port on Windows 11 July 5, 2022
    If you’d like to access your Windows 11 PC remotely, it’s easy to do thanks to Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), which comes with Pro and Enterprise versions of Microsoft’s OS. Although the default RDP port is 3389, there are times when you might want to change it. Here’s how.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Benj Edwards