Are you sick of those pop-up notifications from iOS apps that beg you for a review? Now in iOS 11, you can turn those off. Well, most of them, anyway. Here’s how to do it.
The latest update to OneNote for Mac finally adds a long-awaited feature: the ability to work with multiple independent windows. Here’s how it works.
Our iPhones and iPads are packed with more apps than ever, and a new feature in iOS 11 is going to make managing those apps much, much easier. Finally, after years of being forced to move and arrange apps one-by-one, iOS 11 introduces the ability to move multiple apps at once on your iPhone or iPad home screens.
When you visit your “Purchased” tab in the Mac App Store, do you have to scroll down through dozens of items? Want to hide programs that you never need to use again? We’ll tell you how to do so (and how to get them back afterward!).
The default single page view in Adobe Acrobat is fine for viewing most PDFs, but if you prefer a different view, don’t waste time changing it with each new document. Instead, set your preferred view type and zoom in the Acrobat Preferences. Here’s how to do it.
The Facebook iOS app automatically lowers the quality of your uploaded photos to try and save bandwidth. If you prefer to keep your family photos looking their best, here’s how you can configure the Facebook iOS app to upload higher quality copies.
With the launch of iOS 10, Apple has finally delivered a long-requested feature: the ability to remove the default apps on the iPhone and iPad. Well, sort of. In reality, Apple now lets users hide most of the built-in apps which, for most users, is just as good as deleting them. Here’s how it works.
If you use GoToMeeting on your Mac, you may not know that dozens of old versions of the app are still on your hard drive. There’s a reason why these old versions are retained, but you may prefer to remove them anyway and free up space. We explain what’s going on.
Like most digital content providers, Microsoft has implemented device limits for content acquired via the Windows Store. Here’s an overview of the various device limits for apps, games, music, and videos, and how you can view and manage the devices registered to your Microsoft Account.
When you download an app or game from the Windows Store in Windows 10, it will install by default to your primary system drive. If you have multiple storage drives in your PC, however, you may prefer to install apps and games to a separate drive. Here’s how to change the default install location for new apps in Windows 10, and how to move existing Windows apps, too.