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How to Change Where Screenshots Are Saved on Mac

Taking a screenshot on Mac isn’t a straightforward process, but once you figure out the correct keyboard shortcut, it still saves all of your screenshots straight to the Desktop by default. You can change that pretty easily,…

How to Roll Back a Driver in Windows

Updating a driver on your PC doesn’t always work out well. Sometimes, they introduce bugs or simply don’t run as well as the version they replaced. Luckily, Windows makes it easy to roll back to a previous driver in Windows …

How To Enable Dashboard in macOS Mojave

For some inexplicable reason, Apple decided to disable Dashboard by default in macOS Mojave, and it’s nothing short of a travesty. Thankfully, turning it back on is a simple affair. Here’s how to go about restoring Dashboard …

How to Set Up and Use Siri on an iPhone

Siri has a bad reputation among many, but it’s perfectly usable for most tasks, and if you’re knee-deep in the Apple ecosystem it doesn’t matter how much better a competing digital assistant is because everything ties into S…

How to Configure Mail Settings for iPhone and iPad

Mail is the built-in email app on every iPhone and iPad. It doesn’t boast some of the more advanced options you’ll find in third-party apps, but it works well. If you’re new to Mail, there are a few things you might want to …

How to Zoom In and Out on a Chromebook

While most of what you see on the web is sized correctly, you might come across the occasional site you want to view bigger. You also might be faced with aging eyes and need a size boost for everything. Whatever your situat…
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