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  • 30 Oct, 2020

    How to Download Apps on Apple TV

    How To Add Apps On Apple TV As a quick note, you can only download apps on the Apple TV HD or Apple TV 4K. Previous models don't feature an App Store. To start downloading an app, pick up the Apple TV's Siri Remote and find the App Store icon on the main page of the Apple TV. This works very similarly to the App Store on iOS or macOS devices. There are six different categories in the App Store menu bar: Discover, Apps, Games, Arcade, Purchased, and Search. In Discover, you can find a list of.

  • 28 Oct, 2020

    How to Make an Old MacBook Faster

    Speeding up your MAC PC Every computer would start to show its age over time. You would very likely know the signs of an outdated Mac PC: you can make a sandwich in the time it takes to boot up, it would not support a recent version of macOS, and modern resource-intensive software would struggle to run on it. But you might not have to get a new computer just yet. Mac devices hold their value for a reason, and there are several steps that you can take to get some more life out of an old MacBook.

  • 28 Oct, 2020

    How to Keep a Windows Laptop Awake Even With the Lid Closed

    Keeping your Display On While your Windows PC mostly works very good on-the-go, you can also make use of it at home too. By connecting an external keyboard, monitor, and mouse, a laptop can also function as a desktop. But there is also one problem with this, which is: how do you keep the laptop on when it’s closed? By default, the Windows OS puts your laptop to sleep when your lids get closed. This means that even if you do not want to use your laptop screen as a secondary monitor, you s.

  • 27 Oct, 2020

    How to Mute Volume by Tapping the Back of Your iPhone

    HOW DOES BACK TAP WORK? Need to quickly silence your phone? If you’re running iOS 14 or later on an iPhone 8 or newer, you can mute the volume by tapping the back of your phone two or three times. This is possible thanks to a feature called Back Tap and a custom shortcut that’s easy to create. Let’s set it all up! Back Tap is an accessibility feature on the iPhone that detects finger taps on the back of your iPhone using its built-in accelerometer. It works on iPhone 8 and ne.

  • 27 Oct, 2020

    How to Use ADB and Fastboot on Android (And Why You Should)

    What Are ADB And Fastboot? ADB and Fastboot are utilities that unlock access to the Android system while your phone is connected to a desktop computer via a USB cable. The computer and cable are integral to this there's no app version, and while you can use ADB wirelessly, it's much more complicated to set up. You normally use ADB when Android is running. It enables you to access system folders, or tweak hidden settings, which are otherwise off-limits to users. You can copy system files to and.

  • 26 Oct, 2020

    How to Manually Restore Your iPhone or iPad Using Your Mac

    How to Download the Correct IPSW File for Your iPhone or iPad When you use your Mac to update your iPhone or iPad (via Finder or iTunes, depending on the version of macOS), your computer uses an IPSW file. If everything goes smoothly and you’re able to update or restore your phone or tablet, you won’t have to worry about this file. However, if your iPhone or iPad is stuck at a particular OS version (or if a beta version isn’t playing nice) and won’t update, the IPSW fil.

  • 26 Oct, 2020

    How to Manage Location Settings on Your iPhone

    How To View Your Location Services Settings If you're concerned about your privacy, take a look at which apps can access your location through your iPhone. It's easy to revoke location access for any apps that don't need it anymore. Open the Settings app and go to Privacy > Location Services to see all the apps that have asked to access your location. You can disable Location Services at the top of the page to turn this feature off for every app at once, but we don't recommend this since s.

  • 24 Oct, 2020

    How to Fix Sleep Mode Issues in Windows 10

    Windows 10 Sleep Mode Issues Putting your PC to sleep is a great way to save energy while still making sure you can resume without wasting power. But what can you do if your PC keeps waking up or goes to sleep automatically? With so many factors coming into play, it can be a difficult problem to diagnose. Check Your Sleep Mode Settings When your computer doesn’t go to sleep, check all your settings and factors that prevent a sleep state. The hardware, power options, and configuration ca.

  • 24 Oct, 2020

    How to Move Your Android Applications to an SD Card

    Using an SD Card on Android One of the reasons why you would want to use an SD card as an installation memory of your android device is because your device storage is about to be filled up or you can't install apps anymore because of low storage. The fix to this is by using your memory card as internal storage for your phone. Memory cards are slower than internal storage, so you may notice slightly worse performance for more resource-intensive apps. When picking a card, go for the fastest and .

  • 23 Oct, 2020

    How to Clear Cookies and Cache in Chrome

    How To Clear Cookies And Cache In Chrome For Desktop Chrome for desktop offers flexible options to clear cookies and cache files. To get started, follow the simple instructions outlined below. Clear All Cookies In Chrome For Desktop Chrome has an option that lets you remove all your cookies at the click of a single button. If you have a major issue with Chrome, this is what you should try. Remember that you will be logged out of all the sites that rely on cookies to store your login sessions.

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