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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Five Ways to Free Up Space on Your Android Device

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Android phones and tablets can fill up quickly as you download apps, add media files like music and movies, and cache data for use offline. Many lower-end devices may only include a few gigabytes of storage, making this even more of a problem.
The less space you have, the more time you’ll have to spend micromanaging the internal storage. If you find yourself regularly running out of space and needing to manage it, consider getting a phone or tablet with more storage next time around.

See All Your Mac’s Network Traffic in Real Time With Private Eye

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Wonder which of your Mac apps are connecting to the Internet, and what they’re doing? Private Eye lets you spy on your applications, watching every outgoing and incoming request in real time. And it’s free.
There is a way to allow apps to communicate through it. If all you want to do is stop incoming requests, with a few exceptions, that should do the trick.

How to Turn Wi-Fi On or Off With a Keyboard or Desktop Shortcut in Windows

Some laptops come with “Wi-Fi” function keys or switches that can quickly enable or disable your Wi-Fi. If your PC doesn’t have one of these, though, you can make one with the tools built into Windows.
You’ll need to start by creating a desktop or start menu shortcut. Once you’ve done that, you can invoke it with a keyboard shortcut, if you like.

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