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  1. Twitter’s take on “stories,” which is called Fleets, allows you to post disappearing media and text. But if you find stories out of place on Twitter, or simply don’t want people you follow to appear on top of your feed, you can mute them. Unfortunately, at the moment, there’s no central kill switch that will let you get rid of Fleets altogether on Twitter. Your only option is to manually mute Fleets from individual accounts one by one. RELATED: Why 2020 Is the Perfect Time to Revisit IRC To do so, open Twitter on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device. Scroll to the top of the Hom
  2. How to Change a PowerPoint Show (PPSX) to a Work File (PPTX): PowerPoint files come in two formats: PPTX files are editable PowerPoint presentations and PPSX files are a view-only format intended for presentations. You can edit a PPSX file, but you must first convert it back to a PPTX format. Changing the File Extension Before trying anything else, it’s always worth seeing if you can just change the file extension. This works sometimes, although it depends on the version of Office you and your colleagues are using. To change the file extension, right-click the file and choose “Re
  3. Khamosh Pathak By default, the Mac menu bar displays the time in a simple hour and minute digital format. However, you can customize it and add the day of the week, date, or even a second hand. You have a range of choices. If you prefer, you can keep it super minimal, and display only the hour and minute, as shown below. Or, you can add the day and/or date, flashing separators, and seconds. There’s also an analog clock option that disables all the other features (including the day and date). You can customize the time and date in the System Preferences menu. To
  4. How to Change Your AirDrop Name on iPhone and iPad: AirDrop lets you quickly transfer files wirelessly between iPhones, iPads, and Macs. When you share a document, the recipient will see the name of the sending device. If you’d like to change your AirDrop name, it only takes a few steps. Here’s how to do it. Before we begin, it’s important to know that your device’s AirDrop name is the same as the general device name that you might see while backing up your iPhone or iPad or in a list of devices in your iCloud account. By default, this name will be your first name and the model name, such
  5. Mozilla Firefox’s HTTPS-Only Mode provides extra privacy and security online. With it enabled, Firefox will try hard to only load encrypted HTTPS websites. If only HTTP is available, Firefox won’t load the unencrypted website without asking you. Why Is HTTPS Important? The secure protocol HTTPS is the bedrock method of maintaining privacy and security on the web. It sets up an encrypted connection between your browser and the web server that prevents third parties from eavesdropping on or tampering with the data being sent between you and the site you’re browsing. Unfortunat
  6. blackzheep/Shutterstock If you own a Mac powered by Apple Silicon (such as the M1 processor), you no longer need to take out your iPhone or iPad to run some of your favorite mobile apps. As long as you’re running macOS 11Big Sur or newer, you can download and install iPhone and iPad apps onto your Mac. Before you can run an iPhone or iPad app on your Mac or MacBook, you’ll first need to download it from Apple’s App Store. RELATED: How to Check How Much RAM Is in Your Mac Start by clicking on the Launchpad icon found on your computer’s dock. Next, click on
  7. How to End a Task Using Windows 10’s Task Manager: If you need to force a frozen or buggy application to close in Windows 10, you can end a task easily using Windows’ built-in Task Manager utility. Here’s how to do it. First, open Task Manager. To do so, right-click the taskbar and select “Task Manager” from the pop-up menu. Alternately, you can press Ctrl+Shift+Escape to open it, or press Ctrl+Alt+Delete and select “Task Manager” from the screen that appears. If Task Manager opens in simple mode and you see the name of the task you’d like to end listed, simply select the app n
  8. quangmooo/Shutterstock The Apple Watch can do a lot more than just tell time, track your activity, or show you notifications from your phone. With complications, it can display almost any information you want, or provide quick access to your favorite features. We’ll show you how to make the most of them. First, note that while you can customize the watch face and add complications directly on your watch, it’s much easier to configure things via the Watch app on your iPhone. Choosing the Right Watch Faces Each watch face has a limit of how many complications it can display a
  9. Shutterstock/Roman Samborskyi COVID-19 forced many companies to adopt a working from home policy that saw staff using domestic computers over rushed implementations of remote access. That’s an open invitation for cybercriminals. COVID-19 Exploited By Cybercriminals Cybercriminals are extremely agile. Not in a gymnastic way, but in the way they can react rapidly to a newsworthy event and use that as the cover story for a new set of threats. Or more accurately, to redecorate old threats and give them a new lease of life. They only need to reword their phishing emails so they refer
  10. The Windows 10 Start menu includes a handy list of shortcuts to common locations (such as Pictures, Downloads, Settings) in a tiny sidebar. Using Settings, you can customize which shortcuts appear there. Here’s how to do it. First, launch “Settings” by opening the “Start” and clicking the “Gear” icon (or by pressing Windows+I). This gear icon for Settings is an example of one of the shortcuts we’ll be customizing. In Settings, click “Personalization.” In Personalization, select “Start” from the sidebar. In Start settings, scroll to the bottom of the window and c
  11. Khamosh Pathak Love taking handwritten notes? Wished you could convert them to text for your report or for sharing? Using your iPad, you can. Here’s how to copy and paste handwritten text from the Notes app as typed text. Handwritten notes on the iPad are not a new thing. But starting in iPadOS 14, your iPad finally got smart enough to convert the handwritten notes into typed text. Not only can your iPad do this on the fly (you can write in any text field using the Apple Pencil), you can select and convert any handwritten notes from the Notes app (even ones you took before the iPadO
  12. If you’re browsing Apple Maps on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac and you’d like to figure out the latitude and longitude of a particular location, it’s as easy as dropping a pin. Here’s how to do it. How to Find Latitude and Longitude in Apple Maps on iPhone and iPad On an iPhone or iPad, first open “Apple Maps.” By browsing the map, position the Maps display in the general region where you’d like to determine the latitude and longitude. It could be your current area or somewhere else. Place your finger on the screen in the exact location whose latitude and longitude you’d like to determ
  13. Finding the best deals can be a challenge when shopping online. With so many different retailers to choose from, which store has the best prices? Google Shopping makes this easier with its price comparison tool. If you’re unfamiliar with Google Shopping, it’s essentially Google Search with shopping results. Google scours the web for retailers that sell the product you’re looking for. In some cases, you can buy the product straight through Google without having to visit the retailer’s site. To use Google Shopping, you can head to the Google Shopping website. You can also just search G
  14. How to Hide Most Used Apps in the Start Menu on Windows 10: While using Windows 10, you might see a list of “Most Used” apps in your Start menu. Whether you’d like to simplify to Start menu or conceal the list due to privacy concerns, hiding the most used apps list is easy. Here’s how to do it. When enabled, the “Most Used” section of the Start menu keeps track of which apps you use the most, and it displays them in a Start menu list. If you’d like to remove the Most Used app list from the Start menu, we’ll need to visit Windows Settings. First, launch “Settings” by opening the
  15. Google How to Install Third-Party App Stores on Android: Nearly every Android device ships with the Google Play Store. It’s the official place to go to download apps and games. However, the openness of Android means you can install third-party app stores, too. The Google Play Store is, by far, the largest app store available to those who use Android. It’s also the safest place to download apps and games. However, if your device doesn’t have the Play Store, or you’re just interested in alternatives, below are some other options: Amazon Appstore: This is on Kindle Fire tablets
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