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In this how to article I take a look at how to take screenshots in Windows 7 when using it via Boot Camp on your Mac.
Ever need to talk on the phone to more than one party at a time, and all you have handy is your iPhone? Fear not, you can easily create a conference call with your iPhone, here’s how.
This how to will show you how to enable Accessibility features for the apps that are installed on your Mac.
Before selling or giving away your old Apple Watch, make sure to wipe it clean. Here’s how.
As of June 15, 2017, Apple will require app-specific passwords for third-party apps that access iCloud accounts. Here’s how to create one.
Have you ever had to enter a complex password to join a Wi-Fi network? macOS Sierra provides an easy way to see the password as you enter it.
One of the worries about buying a used iPhone is that it might be stolen. Here’s how to quickly check to see if a used iPhone has been reported lost or stolen.
New User How To: Today, we’re going to look at how to use Folders (directories) on the Mac.
The great thing about iOS is that almost everything is searchable. Many users may not realize that includes the messages in the iOS 10 Messages app.
This short “how to” will show you how to toggle the macOS Dashboard on and off, how to control how it’s displayed, and how to close it when it’s displaying.
Here’s how to change the “From” address when you send an email in the iOS 10 mail app.
Have you ever wished Siri was a guy? Or a British guy? Or a British woman? It’s easy to change Siri’s gender and accent with just a few taps.
Auto Correct debuted in OS X Lion, and continues to be available in the latest version of the Mac operating system, macOS Sierra.
Can’t answer a call right away, but it is important enough to require a call back? Here’s how to get your iPhone to remind you about it.
Are your eyes not what they used to be? Here’s a quick way to make a webpage in the Safari and Chrome browsers a bit easier to read on your Mac.