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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. This Thread is for channels complains only How to report a channel problem correctly ? Simple Before making any reports please make sure you try on a second device ( phone, computer, smart tv etc.. ) Channel Name + resolution ( If available ) + country tag - issue Example: Boomerang UK - down National Geographic HD DE - looping from X to X sec ProSieben DE - wrong channel Calle 13 FHD ES - wrong resolution FDF ES - No sound VH1 ES - No picture Nicktoons RO - sound out of sync Buffering channels can also be reported, just make sure
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. quangmooo/Shutterstock.com The Apple Watch allows you to customize clock faces to show all kinds of useful information. But did you know you can take those custom designs straight off someone’s wrist? Here’s how to install someone else’s Apple Watch face. What is a .watchface File? Custom Apple Watch faces can be shared using a .watchface file. This file contains a template with information like which base clock face you’re using, your choice of colors, and which complications have been used across the design. It’s important to stress that the .watchface files generat
  13. Starting with the October 2020 update, Windows 10 now defaults to a light theme that takes away accent colors from your taskbar and Start menu. If you’d like to select a custom color for your Start menu, there’s an easy way to pick it in Settings. Here’s how. First, launch “Settings” by opening the “Start” menu and clicking the gear icon on the left. (You can also press Windows+i on your keyboard.) When “Settings” launches, click “Personalization.” In “Personalization” settings, click “Colors” from the sidebar. In the “Colors” settings, locate the “Choose your c
  14. 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! How Does Back Tap Work? 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 newer models. In Settings, you can configure Back Tap to use two or three taps and launch different actions, incl
  15. “Change your passwords regularly” is a common piece of password advice, but it isn’t necessarily good advice. You shouldn’t bother changing most passwords regularly — it encourages you to use weaker passwords and wastes your time. Yes, there are some situations where you’ll want to regularly change your passwords. But those will probably be the exception rather than the rule. Telling typical computer users they need to regularly change their passwords is a mistake. The Theory of Regular Password Changes Regular password changes are theoretically a good idea because they ensure so
  16. Originally, Windows 10 would ask if you wanted to switch to Tablet Mode if you disconnected your keyboard or folded your convertible PC. Starting with the October 2020 Update, Windows 10 now automatically switches your machine to tablet mode without asking. If you prefer, it’s easy to turn this off in Settings. Here’s how. First, open Windows “Settings.” The easiest way is to open the Start menu and click the small gear icon in the tiny sidebar on the left. Or you can press Windows+i on your keyboard. In “Settings,” click “System.” In the “System” sidebar, click “Tab
  17. How to Change the Screen Saver on Android TV: Android TV might not be as customizable as an Android phone, but there’s still a lot you can do to personalize it. One of those is choosing which screen saver to use. We’ll show you how to change it up. Just like on a computer, the Android TV screen saver is what you see when the device is idle. By default, it displays high-quality photos, along with the current time and weather. There’s a lot more you can do with this feature, though. There are dozens of screen-saver apps in the Google Play Store, so you can give your Android TV a brand-
  18. Discord is great for catching up with friends in like-minded community servers, but that doesn’t mean every message you send is suitable for everyone. Fortunately, you can use spoiler tags to initially hide certain messages. Spoiler tags apply formatting to your Discord messages in your browser, the Discord app for Windows or Mac, or the mobile Discord app for Android, iPhone, or iPad. Adding Spoiler Tags to Discord Text Messages There are several ways you can add spoiler tags to text messages you send in a Discord server. You can follow the steps below on any platform, including
  19. evka119/Shutterstock Apple One bundles all the company’s services into one monthly payment, but is it a good deal? Let’s take a look! You can likely save some cash by creating your own bundle and avoiding Apple’s less popular services. What’s in Apple One? Apple One includes services like iCloud, Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and (if you’re in the Premier tier), Apple News+ and Apple Fitness+. The Individual and Family plans are $14.95 and $19.95 per month, respectively, while the Premier Plan will set you back $29.95. In terms of value, the Individual Plan saves yo
  20. How to Quickly Resize the Dock on Mac: The Dock comes in handy as a Mac application launcher, but sometimes it’s too big or too small. Luckily, there are two ways to resize the Dock on your Mac—including one easy way that many people don’t know about. Here’s how to quickly resize your Dock in macOS. How to Quickly Resize the Dock Using the Mouse Pointer First, here’s the quick-and-easy way to resize your Dock. While viewing your desktop, hover your mouse pointer over the vertical divider in your Dock, which is located between the app icons area and the file shortcuts and Trash area. I
  21. Everything You Need/Shutterstock The Windows 10 Menu key launches a context menu you’d normally access by right-clicking your mouse. However, some keyboards don’t have a Menu key. If yours is missing, you can create one by mapping the Menu function to another key you don’t use very often. Remapping with PowerToys Thanks to a free utility called Microsoft PowerToys, you can easily reassign any key to work like any other. In this case, we’ll be assigning the Menu key’s function to a spare key on your keyboard. First, if you don’t have PowerToys installed on Windows 10, you ca
  22. Apple Apple announced an “Apple One” subscription bundling its paid services like iCloud storage, Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and Apple Fitness+ into a single payment. There are three plan tiers you can choose from. But is Apple One worth it? Individual, Family, and Premier Plans Apple There are three tiers of Apple One plan. Each tier includes everything in the bottom tier and more. They start at $14.95 per month for an individual plan and go up to $29.95 per month. It will come with a free 30-day trial of each service you don’t already have.
  23. Iaroslav Neliubov/Shutterstock The most important part of your computer, if you had to choose just one, would be the central processing unit (CPU). It’s the primary hub (or “brain”), and it processes the instructions that come from programs, the operating system, or other components in your PC. 1’s and 0’s Thanks to more powerful CPUs, we’ve jumped from barely being able to display an image on a computer screen to Netflix, video chat, streaming, and increasingly lifelike video games. The CPU is a wonder of engineering, but, at its core, it still relies on the basic concept
  24. slowmotiongli/Shutterstock.com Want to install Linux? It’s an easier process than you might think! You can even try Linux on your PC before you install it. If you don’t like it, just reboot and you’ll be back to Windows. Here’s how to get started with Linux. Choose a Linux Distro and Download It First, you’ll need to choose a Linux distribution you want to use. Linux distributions package up the Linux kernel and other software into a complete operating system you can use. Different Linux distributions have different system tools, desktop environments, included applications, and vis
  25. If you keep running out of memory on your Mac, it’s easy to determine which application or process is eating it up in Activity Monitor. This utility is included with every copy of macOS. Here’s how to check, and some things you can do to fix this issue. To get started, open Activity Monitor. You can do this by pressing Command+period (.) or by clicking the Search icon in the menu bar. Type “Activity Monitor” in the search box, and then press Enter. Click the “Memory” tab in “Activity Monitor.” You’ll see a list of processes (programs, applications, system functions, an
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