It’s easy to hide Mac apps without actually uninstalling them, although there are some caveats when it comes to Apple’s built-in apps. Here’s how to clean up your Finder and hide unwanted apps in macOS.
We’re big fans of Siri, Apple’s voice assistant, but it can be embarrassing to talk into an iPhone or Mac when you need a question answered. Today’s article goes over how you can type (instead of talking) to Siri!
The Power User Menu (or Win+X Menu) is a handy feature in Windows that grants quick access to a number of useful functions and apps. And while Microsoft doesn’t let users modify this menu by default, some third party tools can let you edit the Power User Menu to better suit your workflow. Here’s how it works.
Microsoft Word on the Mac is filled with all sorts of hidden goodies, and the trick in this article is no exception. Today we’re going over how to switch FROM ALL CAPS WRITING to Initial Caps Like This with just a shortcut!
Most Windows users know about common keyboard shortcuts, but there are lots of lesser-known shortcuts that can be super helpful to learn, including many that are new to Windows 10. Here are 23 handy Windows 10 shortcuts that you may not know about.
While Apple has added picture-in-picture support directly into its operating system, Chrome’s picture-in-picture capabilities are part of the browser itself, which means that it works on Windows, too. So if you’d like to easily watch your favorite web videos while focusing on other work in the foreground, here’s how to use Chrome picture-in-picture in Windows.
If you want to format certain text in your document in exactly the same way as other text (to create headers, for example), then don’t go through and select fonts for every paragraph. Learning how to copy and paste styles is the way to go, and it’s a huge time-saver!
It looks like Microsoft is killing the Windows Volume Mixer in an upcoming Windows 10 update. The good news is that there’s already an excellent third party Volume Mixer replacement that offers even more functionality.
If you use a high quality JPEG image as your Windows wallpaper, you may have noticed that what you see on the desktop isn’t quite as nice as the original file. That’s because Windows automatically compresses it to improve the performance. To avoid this, use a PNG image instead of JPEG for your Windows wallpaper. Here’s how it works.
Live Photos in iOS are neat, but sometimes you only want a standard still image. Here’s how to nondestructively convert a Live Photo to a still image using the exact frame you want.