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LastPass's free version has been hobbled by a recent policy change, but LastPass's moderately-priced paid version is still the best password manager available.
Dashlane is a powerful, attractive and easy-to-use password manager, but its hefty prices are tied to extra features you probably don't need.
If your Android phone comes with a small amount of internal storage, here’s how to move apps to a microSD card and free up more space.
Intego Mac Internet Security X9 shines brightly in a couple of areas, but it ultimately doesn't compare to the best Mac antivirus apps.
Carbonite Safe provides the basics and does them well, but you'll pay a lot for the features you really want.
Acronis True Image has a breathtaking assortment of powerful features and functions that justify its high cost, but most people will never use them.
IDrive Personal combines ease of use, affordability, generous storage limits and useful extra features to once again top our list of the best cloud backup services.
Backblaze is still the easiest and one of the cheapest and most reliable cloud backup services available.
CrashPlan for Small Business costs twice as much as Backblaze, but its advanced features may be worth it for some users.
Regret installing an iOS update? Follow these steps to downgrade iOS and not lose any data as you turn back your iPhone to how things once were.
ESET Parental Control for Android handles web filtering and location tracking well, but there's no call or text monitoring at all.
With big improvements to its Windows and Android apps, 1Password isn't just for Apple users anymore, but it still lags behind LastPass.
Screen Time is great at managing kids' smartphone time, but some other parental-control features cost extra.
There's a new version of Samsung's foldable flip phone. Here's everything we know about the Galaxy Z Flip 5G.
Kaspersky Safe Kids is the cheapest good option for monitoring Android, but Net Nanny is better for keeping an eye on Apple mobile devices.
Net Nanny is one of the best parental-control apps on iOS or Android, though it lacks call or text monitoring.
Keeper is not the flashiest password manager, but it works well, has excellent security features and is not expensive.
Blur is just okay as a password manager, but it has excellent privacy protections if that's what you're looking for.
The free and open-source KeePass isn't for everyone, but if you're willing to put in some effort, it's one of the most powerful password managers out there.