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The Best Power User Tips for Discord

Discord rocks a sleek, minimalist design, at least compared to alternatives like Teamspeak and Skype. Many of the most useful features aren’t apparent until you dig into the settings and turn them on....

Can I Use Philips Hue Bulbs Outdoors?

Philips Hue lights are great to have in your house, and they can add a lot of convenience to your living space. However, what if you want to use these smart bulbs outdoors in porch lights or flood lights? Will Philips Hue bul...

How to Clean Dust Out of Your MacBook

If your MacBook is performing hotter than usual, the cooling fans and other areas might be blocked by dust, and that can prevent them from keeping the whole machine cool. Here’s how to clean out your MacBook so you can ...

What Is A Windows System File?

Technically speaking, a Windows system file is any file with the hidden system attribute turned on. In practice, system files are those files that Windows depends upon to operate properly. These range from hardware drivers to...

How to View the System Log on a Mac

Your Mac keeps system logs, which can help diagnose and troubleshoot problems with macOS and your installed applications. These logs are stored as plain-text log files on your Mac’s system drive, and macOS also includes...

What is the Latest Version of macOS?

The latest version of macOS is macOS 10.14 Mojave, which Apple released on September 24, 2018. Apple releases a new major version roughly once every year. These upgrades are free and are available in the Mac App Store....

How to Check Your MacBook’s Battery Health

Computer batteries have a limited lifespan and degrade over time, so they’re often the first thing to go in a Mac laptop. You can replace a battery yourself or pay Apple to do it, but you should check its health. first....
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