Updated for May 2019. Microsoft’s Games with Gold program launched last year, but with two more games coming out each month, it’s getting difficult to keep track of which games are free and when. Due to reader interest, we’ve compiled an archive of the games to date, and we’ll update the list each month as more games are announced.
Outlook is a great program to use to check email on your Mac, especially if you’re not a fan of Apple Mail. But its recent contacts list can get clogged with old addresses, which then will try to autofill when you’re composing a message. We’ve got the details on how to clean that list out in this article!
There are approximately a million ways you can check to see how much charge your AirPods have left, from opening the case near your paired iPhone to asking Siri for that info. But if you’re using an Apple Watch with your headphones, then you can use that device to check, too! We’ve got the steps…and a breakdown of how you can verify the charge levels of each AirPod and the case, too.
Pages, which is Apple’s document-creation program that’s comparable to Microsoft Word, will let you extract all of the images from within a file—but you have to follow a few strange steps to do so. Today’s article is all about how you can do this (and how you can even use these same instructions on Word docs).
Using iCloud’s color-coded calendar system can be a useful way to separate your events, but if you end up with too many categories, your daily life can look overwhelming! Today we’ve got the details on how to merge calendars if your system has gotten out of control.
The iOS Share Menu lets you quickly and easily send content from one application to another on your iPhone or iPad. But if you use lots of third party apps, you’ll end up with many unwanted icons. Here’s how to rearrange the Share Menu to position the icons you use most at the front of the list.
Microsoft Word gives you the ability to highlight parts of your document using drawing tools, and heck, the tools are fun to mess around with anyway. Today’s article will walk you through how to use this feature (and why the buttons might be greyed out and unusable).
Depending on your settings, you Mac may be either closing or keeping all windows (such as Safari tabs or documents in Preview) when you quit your apps. If you’re annoyed by the way your Mac is functioning, though, we’ll tell you how to switch that behavior—whether you want to change it once or forever.