The Look Up feature in iOS and macOS has long been a great tool for researching words or topics. In iOS 11, Look Up provided the definition of your selected word via your preferred dictionary. Now in iOS 12, you can also enable a thesaurus in select languages.
Want to see every individual notification from a particular application on your iPhone lock screen or in Notification Center? Here’s how to manage and turn off grouped notifications in iOS 12.
If you think application windows look a bit boring in Windows 10, or if you’re having issues clicking in the correct place when moving windows around, you may want to bring some color into the mix. Here’s how to turn on title bar color in Windows 10.
If you’re playing a game, editing a document, or doing anything that might cause you to hit the Shift key on your keyboard a few times, you’ll likely hear an annoying beep and see a message pop up talking about something called Sticky Keys. Here’s a quick look at exactly what Sticky Keys is, why you probably don’t need it, and how you can turn this prompt off so that it never interrupts your work or play again.
We like Apple Pay a lot, but if it’s getting invoked on your lock screen because of an accidental double-click, you might not be such a fan. In this article, we’ll go over how to disable this functionality!
Within Control Center on your iPhone or iPad, you can access some nifty hidden options, such as turning on Night Shift or your personal hotspot. In today’s article, we’ll go over how to do just that!
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.
The iPhone and iPad both offer an auto-brightness option in the iOS settings, which uses each device’s ambient light sensor to detect the light levels in the room and automatically adjust the display brightness accordingly. But sometimes iOS’s “guess” at what the iPhone’s brightness should be isn’t what you want. Here’s how to disable auto-brightness in iOS and take control of your device’s screen.
The Windows 10 April 2018 Update, also known as Build 1803, introduces a new way for users to see and manage their startup items. In addition to the traditional Startup tab in Task Manager, there’s now a new interface in the Settings app that makes evaluating and disabling startup apps a breeze. Here’s how it works.
The new Windows 10 April 2018 Update, also known as Build 1803, introduces a bunch of new transparency effects to the operating system. If you prefer a more opaque look and feel, however, the transparency can be a bit distracting. Here’s how to disable transparency in the latest version of Windows 10.