Have you recently seen a warning from Apple that a particular app or game is “not optimized for your Mac?” If so, this means that at least one of the apps installed on your Mac is 32-bit only, and Apple is in the process of requiring apps to move to 64-bit. Here’s how to check if you have 32-bit apps installed on your Mac, and what to do if you find some.
Search engines such as Google have long offered the ability to perform quick currency conversions, but with the Calculator app in Windows 10 users don’t need to make the extra trip to web. Here’s how to use the Calculator app as a quick currency converter in Windows 10.
From pictures, to movies, to calendar events, your iPhone or iPad contains your digital life. Make sure you protect this crucial data with encrypted backups to your PC or Mac thanks to DearMob iPhone Manager.
Windows 10 notifications display a banner and play a sound when they pop up on your desktop. For some apps, particularly those that display frequent notifications, you may still want to see the notification but don’t want to hear the annoying sound over and over. Fortunately, you can configure your notifications on an app-by-app basis to disable the notification sound while keeping the banner. Here’s how.
There’s no simple, user friendly way to resize multiple images at once using the built-in tools in Windows 10. Fortunately, there’s a great third party app called Image Resizer for Windows that can resize and convert your images with a few quick clicks of the mouse. Here’s how it works.
Tired of the YouTube app’s default white color scheme? Here’s how to check out and enable the new Dark Theme in the YouTube app for iOS, which replaces the whites and light gray colors with blacks and dark grays for a sleeker look that’s easier on the eyes at night.
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!).