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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. “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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. How to Create a Desktop Shortcut for Locking Your Windows 10 PC: If you’re working on a document and have to leave your computer for a little while, you can protect your work by “locking” your computer. Locking your computer keeps your files safe while you are away from your computer. There are several different ways you can lock your Windows 10 PC like the Windows key+L keyboard shortcut. If your Windows key is broken but you still want a quick way to lock your PC, create a desktop shortcut. First, right-click anywhere on the Desktop and a menu will appear. Here, hover your cursor over t
  9. Working memory, or RAM, is one of the few components you can customize when buying most Macs. If you have too little, your Mac might be sluggish. Here’s how to check how much RAM your Mac has. First, click the “Apple” menu in the upper-left corner of your screen and select “About This Mac.” In the window that pops up, click the “Memory” tab to get a detailed look at the RAM in your Mac. In a box in the upper-left corner of the window, you’ll see a number that shows the current total amount of RAM installed. It will read something similar to “8 GB Installed.” Below
  10. sandsun/Shutterstock If you take your pumpkin carving seriously, there’s a good chance you want to make sure your masterpiece-in-gourd lasts as long as possible. Here’s how to do that. When you work with a pumpkin as your canvas, you don’t have the benefit of inert material or time on your side. From the moment you pluck the ole pumpkin off the vine at the pumpkin patch, your orange friend is on his way to the great compost pile. But with a little creativity (and mostly extra work) you can make your Halloween masterpiece last as long as possible. Let’s take a look at all the ways
  11. Google If you’re curious about your computer’s performance, there’s nothing better than a live view of system resource usage statistics. Chromebooks have a hidden performance dashboard that you might not know about. Here’s how to find it. RELATED: How to Type Emoji on a Chromebook Performance monitoring is something typically associated with high-end Windows machines, but there’s no reason why you can’t be interested in these statistics on a Chromebook, too. It’s surprisingly easy to do. On your Chromebook, enter chrome://sys-internals/ in the address bar and then hit “Enter”
  12. New to the Mac ecosystem? You might be wondering how to increase or decrease the computer’s volume. Just like Windows, you can use keyboard shortcuts. And to make this easier, you can add a volume slider to the menu bar as well. Use Function Keys on the Mac Keyboard The easiest way to adjust the volume on your Mac is by using the media keys on your keyboard. Similar to Windows, the Mac keyboard has a function row at the top. Macs give preference to media keys instead of function keys. So you can press the F10 button to mute the volume, the F11 button to decrease the volume, and t
  13. The iPhone gets powerful home screen widgets in iOS 14, but the iPad doesn’t get the same powers with iPadOS 14. No matter: There’s still a way to place widgets on your iPad’s home screen. Apple may one day add the iPhone’s powerful home screen widgets to the iPad home screen in a future update to iPadOS. For now, there’s a workaround: You can place the widgets in Today View and keep a widget area on your Home screen in landscape mode. Here’s how to set it up. First, open “Settings” by tapping the gray gear icon. In Settings, navigate to “Home Screen & Dock.” In the “Ap
  14. If you’re using a third-party email client on your iPhone or iPad, you can change the default email app as long as you’re running iOS 14, iPadOS 14, or newer. But unless you’re looking for it, you might miss the setting. Here’s how to change your default email app. In order to switch your default email app, you must have a third-party email client installed from the App Store on your phone or tablet that has been updated to support the feature. For example, as of this writing, Outlook, Spark, and Hey support it, but the official Gmail app does not. First, open the “Settings” app on y
  15. Justin Duino Sometimes you want to add a little emphasis to certain words in your messages. If you’re a WhatsApp user, you can add four types of emphasis, either inline or from a menu. The types of formatting you can apply in a WhatsApp message are bold, italics, strikethrough, and monospacing. To manually apply the formatting, you need to place a particular punctuation mark on either side of a word (or series of words): Bold: Place an asterisk on either side (*bold*). Italicize: Place an underscore on either side (_italic_). Strikethrough: Place a tilde on either sid
  16. PixieMe/Shutterstock Instagram offers all of the messaging features you’d need to chat about the latest memes and posts except for one: a search tool. It lets you video call your friends and dispatch self-destructing pictures and videos, but you can’t sift through your conversations. When you want to pin down a specific message, you have no option other than to scroll through the whole chat yourself. On the Direct Messaging tab, there is a search bar perched at the top, but that only filters your conversations by the contact. Unfortunately, third-party Instagram developers don’t h
  17. Netflix Netflix costs less than cable, but it’s still a bit expensive. A year of Netflix’s “Basic” plan is $108, and a year of “Premium” Netflix costs $192. Thankfully, you can reduce your subscription fees with a few simple tricks. Share an Account With Family or Friends Netflix doesn’t care if you share your account. In fact, the company’s CEO has made it clear that all forms of account sharing are welcome (you can even share an account internationally). And you know what that means—free Netflix! Well, it’s only free if you can bum an account off of a friend or family member
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