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How to Protect Your Student Laptop and Accounts From Hackers

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Cyberattacks are a huge risk, and they’re on the rise. College students—especially those who are away from home, bringing their devices to class, or frequently connecting to public wifi—may be particularly vulnerable to hacks and cybercrime. Here’s how they can avoid becoming a victim of a cyberattack.

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How to (Finally) Use SharePlay to Watch Videos Together on FaceTime

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Apple’s SharePlay was one of the features that didn’t make it to the final iOS 15 release. But now, with iOS 15.1, it’s out for all iPhone and iPad users (macOS Monterey will receive the update later in the Fall).

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How to Use Low Data Mode in Netflix on iPhone

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Worried about using cellular data to stream Netflix content on your iPhone? Want to make sure you’re not burning through your allocated data within minutes? Well, Netflix allows you to do so with a dedicated low-data mode.

A lot of people use Netflix to enjoy shows or kill time while they’re traveling. However, most of the time when you’re traveling, you’re not connected to Wi-Fi, using cellular data instead, which can be pretty expensive if you have a limited data plan or go over a bandwidth quota. Netflix uses approximately 3 GB of your data for…

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How to Change Netflix Playback Speed on iPhone & iPad

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Are you looking to breeze through a lot of episodes on Netflix? Many people love to bingewatch, wanting to watch the most number of episodes in the shortest amount of time, and if you’re one of them, you may be interested in the playback speed feature that Netflix has to offer. This can help you get caught up on a show quicker. Or if you want to really savor a Netflix show, you can slow down playback too.

Time is money for a lot of people and not everyone has the time to binge their favorite shows on Netflix at a snails pace. However, what you can do is make…

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How to Hide Your Browsing History From Ad Trackers With iCloud 'Private Relay'

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With the iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS Monterey update, Apple is automatically upgrading all iCloud paid plans to iCloud+. If you’re paying for iCloud storage, you now get access to the Private Relay feature, and the ability to hide your email address online.

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How to Start A Netflix Watch Party on Your iPhone with Rave

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Have you ever wanted to watch Netflix with friends or family, but you’re not in the same house? Maybe you want to watch Netflix with someone who you met on the internet? Or maybe, you just want to chill with your co-workers while you’re at home? Either way, you can now start a Netflix watch party right from your iPhone with a third party app called Rave.

Although Netflix doesn’t have an official watch party feature in the app, there’s a third-party app that lets you start one easily. If this sounds appealing to you, then read read along as we’ll be…

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How to Automatically Set Your iPhone Screen Orientation for Every App in iOS 14.5

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Apple has added a few helpful new Shortcut actions to iOS 14.5. We’ve previously talked about one, which lets you drop a new “Take Screenshots” action into any of your programmed Shortcuts. Joining it is a a new action for your device’s Orientation Lock, which allows you fine-tune when you want it on (almost always)…

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How to Enable / Disable Subtitles on Netflix on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV

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If you’re one of those countless people who use Netflix to watch movies and TV shows on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV, you’ll be pleased to know that you can indeed use subtitles while watching any Netflix content, as long as they’re available anyway.

Many people take advantage of subtitles while viewing video content on their devices for any number of reasons, ranging from hearing impairment, to language barriers, to watching foreign films, to watching a movie or show quietly, to help in comprehension, to aid foreign language learning, amongst many…

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How to Lock & Unlock Screen in Netflix on iPhone & iPad

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Ever accidentally tapped on the screen of iPhone or iPad while watching Netflix and paused the show or skipped ahead or something else? If you use the Netflix app on your iPhone or iPad to binge-watch your favorite TV shows and movies, you might be excited to know about this interesting new feature that prevents you from mis-clicking while watching video content. This feature can also be helpful for parents who want to lock the screen to Netflix on an iPhone or iPad so that it can’t be interrupted. It’s sort of like a Netflix specific guided access mode, and…

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How to Disable Netflix Autoplay for Shows & Episodes

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Netflix automatically plays the next show in a series thanks to a feature called autoplay, which, much as it sounds, automatically starts playing the next episode in a series when the prior show episode ends. If you’d like to disable Netflix autoplaying episodes, you can make a change in Netflix account settings to do so.

This walkthrough will demonstrate how to turn off autoplaying episodes and shows on Netflix, it works with any device including iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android, Xbox, Switch, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Netflix on the web on Mac or Windows PC, or…

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