If you generate long documents within Microsoft Word, then the “split” feature can be very helpful, as it’ll allow you to compare document sections, copy and paste between them, and even move graphics easily. All of the details are inside this article!
Your PC’s IP address is the unique set of digits that identify and distinguish it on your local network. Knowing your PC’s local IP address lets you configure and connect to shared folders, use remote desktop, and set up handy router-side configuration options. Here’s how to find your IP address in Windows.
In recent versions of Windows, users are treated to a small animation whenever they minimize or maximize application windows. This animation is brief and relatively light on system resources, but some users may prefer to disable the minimize/maximize animation entirely. Here’s how to do it.
By right-clicking on icons in the Dock, you can open up a world of features that you may not have known existed—including the ability to jump to any pane within System Preferences! We’ve got the details on that and on a few other neat Dock tricks in this article.
If you have multiple accounts on your Mac, then you can use any admin user to reset the password for any of your other accounts very quickly. For today’s article, we’ll go over how to do this and what caveats you need to be aware of before you get started!
A longstanding problem on the Mac is the one where the icons in your Dock get replaced by weird default icons, making it hard to see what you’re looking for. In today’s article, we’ll give you a couple of suggestions for how to fix this odd (and frustrating) issue!
We all have pictures that appear to be too orange or too blue because of the lighting conditions that they were taken under. In this article, we’ll talk about how to fix these unfortunate color casts using the Photos app on the Mac!
When you need to install software updates on your Mac, you probably head to the Mac App Store. But when it comes to macOS software updates, the Mac App Store is really just a front end for a UNIX command, and fans of the Mac’s Terminal can actually use this command to update their Mac and first party apps while bypassing the Mac App Store altogether. Here’s how.