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How to Check Which Apps Are Optimized for M1 Macs

If you recently upgraded to an Apple Silicon Mac and you’ve downloaded or transferred apps from an older machine, you might want to see which apps are optimized for Apple Silicon and which are Intel apps running under the Ros…

How to Turn Tablet Mode On and Off on Windows 10

By default, Windows 10 automatically switches to tablet mode when you reconfigure your convertible PC into tablet form. If you’d rather turn on or turn off Tablet mode manually, there are several ways to do it. Here’s how….

5 Ways to Open Device Manager on Windows 10

In Windows 10, Device Manager is an essential utility that helps you configure or troubleshoot hardware on your PC. Here are five ways to open Device Manager when you need it. These aren’t the only ways to do it, but one of t…

How to Change Your AirDrop Name on iPhone and iPad

AirDrop lets you quickly transfer files wirelessly between iPhones, iPads, and Macs. When you share a document, the recipient will see the name of the sending device. If you’d like to change your AirDrop name, it only takes a…

How to Uninstall an Application on Windows 10

If you’re running Windows 10 and you don’t need an application anymore, you might want to uninstall it. There are several ways to do it, depending on what type of app it is. Here’s how to uninstall a program in Windows….

How to View Notification Center on iPhone and iPad

Anyone with an iPhone or iPad is familiar with notifications and how overwhelming they can become. Luckily, Apple provides a single location where you can view and manage them called Notification Center. Here’s how to view it…

Can You Disable 911 Emergency Calls on an iPhone?

If you’re thinking about letting a younger child use an iPhone, you might worry about them accidentally calling 911. Due to federal law, you can’t disable emergency calls completely, but there are ways to reduce your chances …
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