A short tutorial for WhatsApp users on Windows 10, Linux and MacOS who want to use multiple accounts at the same time. A quick and easy way to use your personal WhatsApp account alongside your work one or any other account you may need to use.
A short tutorial showing you how to block all access to Incognito Mode (Private Browsing) in Google Chrome on Mac devices. An easy way to make sure users can’t escape your watchful gaze.
A short tutorial for users from the United States of America, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand who want to download their entire Apple data pack. A feature that has until now only be available to European users in wake of the recent GDPR ruling.
If you are looking for a new way to share files between any device connected to your network without having to download programs and apps or sign up to websites, this guide will show you how to quickly and easily share files between any device on your network, Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, Blackberry, etc.
Most devices, apps, extensions, browsers and operating systems generally save screenshots as .PNG files, specifically because .PNG files save text content in images at a higher quality than JPG or other files. However, if you find PNG format hard to work with, are having compatibility issues or some other problem, this guide will show you how change macOS screenshots to another format, either, JPG, TIFF, GIF, PDF.
If you are a stereotypical tech user like me, you’ve probably amassed quite a collection of phone numbers and email addresses with multiple doubled up contacts. Just like on Android and iPhone, macOS has its own built-in address book and contacts list, which this guide will show you how to organize and remove duplicate contacts from.
A tutorial showing you how to add or remove words from the built-in macOS dictionary. (Remove any typos or miss-spellings you may have accidentally saved)
Just as Microsoft Windows 10 has location services and tracking, so too does macOS High Sierra. Both operating systems use this information to provide useful location-based information for specific apps like Maps, Calendar, etc. If you find location services invasive and would rather disable them, this guide will show you how on macOS High Sierra.
Generally, setting up password protection is a simple process most people can manage with a few simple clicks. Removing a protected files password, on the other hand, is a little more complicated. So if you are wondering how to remove the password from a PDF file on your Mac here's how to do it.
A tutorial showing you how to set any app, program or item to automatically launch/start when you startup/boot your Mac.