The Photos app in macOS has a cool feature called Auto Enhance, which can automatically adjust white balance, brightness, and color saturation with a single click. Here’s how to apply Auto Enhance to multiple images at once.
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!
Microsoft really wants you to use Cortana, the built-in digital assistant in Windows 10. In fact, they want you to use Cortana so much that they pester you with notifications, even if you never touched Cortana in the first place. Here’s how to turn them off.
Remote Desktop is a Windows feature that allows you to connect from one PC (or a Mac or compatible mobile device) to another PC via your local network or the Internet. This gives you the option, for example, to access your work PC from home, remotely assist a family member with technical troubleshooting, or check on a file server from the other side of the house. We’ve previously discussed how to enable Remote Desktop in Windows 10, and while those…
Siri is surprisingly good at pronunciation, but sometimes she just can’t figure out how to pronounce a particular name correctly, and that’s when you need to step in and offer some guidance. Here’s how to fix Siri’s pronunciation in iOS.
Hate how your application and system windows automatically snap to the corners of the screen in Windows 10? Here’s how to turn off the Snap feature.
If you’ve still got a paper grocery list hanging up on your fridge, then boy, have we got a tip for you. There’s a simple way to use your iPhone to share and sync a reminders list with any other iCloud user, so you’ll never wonder if you need to grab milk again!
If you use Gmail and Google Calendar, you may notice that events referenced in your emails often just show up in your calendar. Here’s how to turn this feature off and regain control of your calendar events.
If you use File Explorer’s “Icon” view to see a preview of your files, you may notice that lots of files, such as PSDs, only display an icon. Here’s a free utility that gives Windows the ability to properly display these file previews.