Another great new feature of iOS 11 is the built-in ability to record your iPhone or iPad screen and save the output right to your camera roll. This can help you troubleshoot problems for other people or send someone step-by-step instructions, so come find out how you’ll use it!
With its newest version of iOS, Apple added a nifty new feature that lets you uninstall apps while leaving their data behind. You can allow your device to decide when and where this happens or control which apps are offloaded yourself. Check out how it works!
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.
By default, your Windows 10 PC will occasionally check in with Microsoft’s time server to keep its internal clock accurate and up to date. But you can change which server your PC synchronizes. Here’s how to do it in Windows 10.
If you installed iOS 10 and don’t like having to press the Home Button instead of just placing your finger on it to unlock your device, then this article’s for you! We’ll go over how to change that behavior back to the way it used to be.
If your iPhone or iPad battery doesn’t seem up to snuff, we’ve got some suggestions for you on what you can change to make things better, including changing your so-called Background App Refresh setting!
Each new version of iOS brings more features and options, but also makes things a bit more complicated and difficult to find. To remedy this potential issue, Apple has introduced Settings Search as part of iOS 9, helping you find the setting or option you’re looking for quickly. Here’s how it works.