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Cherlynn Low
Cherlynn Low, Staff Writer
Cherlynn joined the Laptopmag team in June 2013 and has since been writing about all things tech and digital with a focus on mobile and Internet software development. She also edits and reports occasionally on video. She graduated with a M.S. in Journalism (Broadcast) from Columbia University in May 2013 and has been designing personal websites since 2001.
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How to Block Someone on Gmail

How to Block Someone on Gmail

 Sometimes it's not enough to just mark mail as Spam. Google's filters aren't 100 percent effective and the occasional junk mail might slip through, finding its way to your inbox. And sometimes y...

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Son of a Glitch! Pixel C Keyboard Is Fatally Flawed

Son of a Glitch! Pixel C Keyboard Is Fatally Flawed

Ffffffffff. That's both what you'll say and what you'll see on the screen when you're typing with the keyboard that's designed to accompany Google's latest Android tablet, the Pixel C.After a brief en...

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Chromebook vs. Tablet: Which Should You Buy?

Chromebook vs. Tablet: Which Should You Buy?

On the surface, they seem quite different. Tablets are mostly considered content-consumption devices, whereas Chromebooks are often viewed as cheap laptop replacements. But as the app and keyboard o...

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Edge Browser Shortcuts to Optimize Your Web Experience

Microsoft's new made-for-Windows 10 browser is a welcome upgrade from Internet Explorer. With Cortana built in and a beautiful reading mode, Edge browser offers plenty of features to improve your brow...

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Amazon Fire HD 10 vs. the Competition: What's the Best Large Tablet?

Looking for a large tablet on a small budget? Amazon's new Fire HD 10 is a tantalizing option with its low $230 starting price. The 10-inch slate is super sleek and lightweight, and comes with a whole...

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How to Import Favorites to Edge Browser from Internet Explorer

Microsoft created a brand new Edge browser for Windows 10, and, in some respects, it kicks Internet Explorer's butt. With a native sharing feature, Cortana built in and the ability to mark up Web page...

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How to Enable Dark Theme on Edge Browser

How to Enable Dark Theme on Edge Browser

Bored of the way your browser looks? Or do you want an aesthetic that's easier on your eyes? The new flagship browser for Windows 10 has a dark theme feature that reverses the color scheme by putting ...

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Asus ZenPad S 8.0 Review

Asus ZenPad S 8.0 Review

The sleek Asus ZenPad S 8.0 provides a sharp 2K display and helpful software, but doesn't last long enough on a charge.

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How to Set Homepage on Edge Browser

Who has time to type in a URL or a set of URLs just to have their frequently visited websites open whenever they start their browser? No one. And even if some browsers display your favorite sites on t...

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How to Enable Do Not Track in Microsoft's Edge Browser

How to Enable Do Not Track in Microsoft's Edge Browser

You might not realize it, but you're being constantly stalked on the Web. Many websites, and the third-party content they host, track your browsing behavior, such as the links you click, the pages yo...

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How to Open an Edge Browser Page in Internet Explorer

Microsoft added a slew of special features to its Edge browser for Windows 10, including Cortana integration and native sharing tools, but the new browser still lacks the years of optimization that i...

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How to Pin a Website to Windows 10's Start Menu

How to Pin a Website to Windows 10's Start Menu

Microsoft brought back the Start menu with Windows 10, and refreshed the familiar interface with colorful Live tiles. This touch-friendly system makes it easy to access your favorite apps and content...

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