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How To Unlock An Android Phone & Use Any SIM

If you’re thinking about changing carrier or network provider, you might be concerned about using a different SIM in your phone. That’s because some phones are locked to a particular provider, preventing the use of a SIM card from a different network. If your phone is locked and you try to use a different SIM, you won’t be able to use your minutes, texts or data. Here, we show you how to unlock your phone and use any SIM. If…

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How To Top Up Your Phone: For All Networks By Web, Call, Top-Up Card & More

There are several ways to top your phone up across all networks as a Pay As You Go customer. We’ve outlined these methods and have broken it down by network. If you’re looking to change your network, see our round up of the best SIM-only deals. Auto top-up (scheduled top-up) and web top-up The fastest way to top up is to set up auto-payment, which is available with most network providers. Though it’s self-explanatory, auto top-up directly charges your credit or debit…

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How to get Photoshop: Adobe CC, Free Trial, Student Discounts & More

Adobe Creative Cloud’s launch 2013 marked the company’s shift towards becoming a cloud-based software-as-service provider, which means you can no longer install standalone versions of the program like Photoshop CS5 or CS6. There are a few ways you can get Photoshop running on your machine, however –  including a free trial. You can also get a discount if you’re a student or affiliated with an educational institution. Lastly, if you’re not fussed, you can also download a very old version…

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How to Find and Delete Duplicate Files in Windows

Over time your Windows PC will build up redundant duplicate files. We’re going to show you the best ways to find and delete these unwanted files from your system using both free and paid for software. Finding and deleting duplicate files without the correct software can be a time consuming task so we’re going to recommend some programs that will save you the time and effort of doing this manually. We’ve also got some tips on how to clean up…

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How to Watch the Sailing World Championships in Aarhus 2018

The Sailing World Championships is one of the biggest events in the sailing calendar (as the name might suggest), determining not only its own medal races but also qualifications for some 2020 Olympic events. This year the event is taking place in Aarhus, Denmark, and here’s everything you need to know to watch along live. When are the Sailing World Championships? The championships are actually already taking place – they started on 30 July and finish on 12 August 2018, with the big medal…

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How to install a VPN on a router

Installing a VPN on your router is a fantastic way to increase your home security and ensure that all data leaving your home Wi-Fi network is safely encrypted and hidden from prying eyes. A VPN installed on a single device will encrypt the data moving to and from it from the wider internet, having a VPN service on your router means that all traffic that moves through your router will be encrypted. Any device that uses the Wi-Fi provided by…

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How Microsoft will stop autoplay videos in Microsoft Edge

While Google futzes around with your ability to mute and block autoplaying video within the Chrome browser, Microsoft has taken action. Global controls for preventing video from auto-playing within Microsoft Edge are being rolled out. So far, Edge’s new powers are limited to the beta version of Edge that ships with the Windows Insider builds of Windows 10, scheduled for the fall of 2018. You’ll be able to set global controls as well as per-site exceptions. But by the time fall arrives,…

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How to Grow a Startup – five Easy Steps | Startups

Earlier this year, our company, TickX – the UK’s leading ticket search engine to find the best tickets for events and attractions – secured £3million in Series A funding round, led by BGF Ventures. We’re already live in the UK, Ireland, Spain and The Netherlands and, with the investment, we aim to expand into more European markets on our quest to become the global go-to destination for entertainment-lovers looking for the best tickets. TickX cofounders Steve Pearce and Sam Coley In just…

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How to Identify a Song

We’ve all been there. Sitting in a bar, restaurant, or your kitchen when a song plays on the radio and you just can’t remember what it’s called or who it’s by. Before you know it, the track ends, life moves on, and the mystery ear-worm will slowly begin to drive you mad. Help is at hand though, as your smartphone, tablet, or PC can quickly name the elusive composition and save your sanity. We show you how to identify a…

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Convert Cassettes To Digital – Tech Advisor

If you had a Sony Walkman when you were younger, then there’s a good chance there’s a box of old cassette tapes in a box because you just couldn’t bear to throw them away. These might be mixtapes, bootlegs of long-forgotten concerts, demo tapes from your old band, or just albums that never quite made the transition to the likes of Spotify. But what can you do if you want to listen to them on your smartphone, tablet, or PC? We…

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How to fix Fitbit notifications

If you have a Fitbit with a screen, then chances are it can receive call and text notifications from your phone. This is handy if you want to be alerted with a buzz on your wrist when someone is calling or sending you a message. In fact, even Fitbits without a screen like the Flex 2 can give notifications with its flashing lights and vibration. Sometimes your phone won’t play nice with your Fitbit though, and notifications might stop coming…

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How to Watch Doctor Who From Outside the UK

Doctor Who is returning to our screens some time later this year for series 11, the first to feature new star Jodie Whitaker as the very first female Dr. As always, the show will air first in the UK, which means it can be tricky to keep up if you live in another country or find yourself abroad on holiday but don’t want to miss the latest episode. Here’s our guide to watching every episode of Doctor Who, whether live…

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How To Unlock An Android Phone & Use Any SIM

If you’re thinking about changing carrier or network provider, you might be concerned about using a different SIM in your phone. That’s because some phones are locked to a particular provider, preventing the use of a SIM card from a different network. If your phone is locked and you try to use a different SIM, you won’t be able to use your minutes, texts or data. Here, we show you how to unlock your phone and use any SIM. If…

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How To Top Up Your Phone: For All Networks By Web, Call, Top-Up Card & More

There are several ways to top your phone up across all networks as a Pay As You Go customer. We’ve outlined these methods and have broken it down by network. If you’re looking to change your network, see our round up of the best SIM-only deals. Auto top-up (scheduled top-up) and web top-up The fastest way to top up is to set up auto-payment, which is available with most network providers. Though it’s self-explanatory, auto top-up directly charges your credit or debit…

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How to get Photoshop: Adobe CC, Free Trial, Student Discounts & More

Adobe Creative Cloud’s launch 2013 marked the company’s shift towards becoming a cloud-based software-as-service provider, which means you can no longer install standalone versions of the program like Photoshop CS5 or CS6. There are a few ways you can get Photoshop running on your machine, however –  including a free trial. You can also get a discount if you’re a student or affiliated with an educational institution. Lastly, if you’re not fussed, you can also download a very old version…

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