The Task View Timeline feature in Windows 10 can be very helpful for helping you keep track of the apps, documents, and websites you’ve recently viewed, but it can also be a privacy issue. Here’s how to turn off Timeline in Windows 10 and return to the traditional task view interface.
For many users, the introduction of new multitasking features in iOS are game changers when it comes to iPad productivity. But some users prefer a more focused approach, and may find that the new iPad multitasking features like Slide Over and Split View are simply getting in the way. If you find yourself in this second group of users, here’s how you can quickly turn off side-by-side multitasking on the iPad.
Snap Assist in Windows 10 enhances the traditional Snap feature by recommending companion apps when a user snaps one app to a side or corner of their screen. This can be helpful in many cases, but power users may wish to handle this process themselves without Microsoft’s suggestions. Here’s how you can disable Snap Assist in Windows 10.
Most iPhone and iPad users don’t need to worry about app management on their iOS devices, but when something goes wrong and apps freeze or lock up, you need to know how to fix it. Here’s how to force quit an iOS app, along with some other troubleshooting steps for dealing with misbehaving apps.
Following the discovery of code hidden in the iOS 8 beta that pointed to true side-by-side multitasking on the iPad, a video has been produced demonstrating the unfinished feature using the iOS simulator app.