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 Are Wikipedia's featured articles generally reliable?

Answer As you would with any Wikipedia article, you should check the history and verify the content through the references cited. Even Featured articles are subject to vandalism and the like.That being sa... Read More »
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How to Give Feedback on the Articles Chosen for Featured Article?

To help make sure wikiHow's featured articles are high-quality and helpful, you can be notified whenever new titles have officially been scheduled for featuring, which is done two weeks in advance.
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How to Add wikiHow Featured Articles to Your Twitter Updates?

If you use Twitter to network or to keep in touch with family and friends, you can make your updates more engaging by having wikiHow's featured articles automatically feed directly into your Twitte... Read More »
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Are Mac computers generally faster, more reliable and longer lasting than PC computers?

Although Macs would actually be the same or faster than an equivalent specd PC it is actually a contribution of system stability and reliability of the Mac package (OS and hardware) that makes them... Read More »
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Do all the Wikipedias conform to UTC?

There are definitely a few that go by different times. For example, French Wikipedia and German Wikipedia, at least, use CET (Central European Time; UTC+1 [that's one hour ahead of UTC]). This make... Read More »
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