If you ever find yourself in a (probably scary) situation in which you’d like to disable your iPhone X’s ability to unlock with its facial recognition feature, then this tip could be invaluable to you. There is a way to do this using just the device’s external buttons, and we’ll tell you how.
If you’d like to customize the way your Mac’s menu bar looks, then come learn how to rearrange and delete its so-called status icons! These handy shortcuts—which will let you do everything from joining Wi-Fi networks to searching with Spotlight—can be moved around, and we’ll tell you how.
If you’re unfamiliar with Google’s reverse image search, then you have to learn about this valuable tool. The feature will let you look for similar photos online, so if you need to find out where a picture was taken, for example, this may just help you do so.
If you have to work with many different clients, say, or on many different projects, you may need to know how to duplicate files on your Mac so that you don’t have to create versions from scratch as you work. In this article, we’ll discuss a few different methods for duplicating files, and you can pick whichever one you like best!
Outlook for Mac is a great program, but if you want to use Apple’s built-in applications instead, then you may have to export the contacts Outlook has saved into its “On My Computer” group and import them into the Contacts app. (And no, Outlook’s “Export” command won’t work properly. Bummer.) We’ve got your instructions here!
With the paid version of G Suite, Google’s package of apps for organizations, you can set expiration dates on files that you share, meaning that you can control who sees your stuff and when. We’ve got all of the instructions in this article!
Apple Mail is a great program, and the way it handles quoted text in replies is one thing that makes it so awesome. If you only want to include part of the original message in your reply to the sender, then you have to learn how! We’ve got the instructions in this article.
Apple has graciously provided us with a way to add to an album in Photos using a keyboard shortcut—but only if it was the last album we created (or modified). We’ve got the scoop on this weird but useful feature.
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!
If you haven’t checked lately to see how much space your Google Drive, Google Photos, and Gmail messages are taking up, then you really should. Before, you know, the disaster of not being able to get email occurs, especially since that always seems to happen at the worst possible time! We’ll tell you how to check—and how to upgrade your storage if necessary.