Apple stores your passwords and other secure credentials in a keychain. This shows how to view saved passwords in keychain in macOS, iPadOS and iOS.
Sometimes your cellular data will stop working on your iPhone. Here’s a few steps to fix the issue of cellular data not working on iPad and iPhone.
AirDrop either works, or it doesn’t, and it can be infuriating when it doesn’t work. Here a few solutions to fix AirDrop problems on your Mac and iPhone.
Your PC doesn’t have to sound like a jet engine. Here’s how you can silence your PC and fix problems with your PC that are causing excessive noise.
While we can never eliminate latency completely, there are ways that you can use to improve your network latency and gaming experience.
Laptop cooling pads are supposed to cool down your laptop and their prices vary across brand. Is laptop cooling pad necessary, and is it worth the money?
While macOS is not well-known for gaming, you can still play DOS game on your Mac. Learn how to play DOS games on macOS with DOSBox.
While bash is fast and powerful, it’s also difficult for beginners to pick up. Here are some basic bash commands that all new users should know.
You have probably encountered app bundles in macOS. What do they do? Here is a breakdown of macOS app bundles and their hierarchical structure.
Apple calls the interconnectivity features between macOS and iOS the “Continuity System.” Here are all the ways the Continuity system works.
Since the release of Grammarly, proofreading apps have become far more common. Is Grammarly still the best proofreading extension? Let’s find out!
No one likes Google looking over their shoulder constantly. Here are some essential settings you should use to secure your Google account.
Apple’s Butterfly keyboards have so many issues that Apple might switch back to the scissor-style switches. But why are the Butterfly keyboards so terrible?
While uninstalling software is easy in Linux, it can leave residual files behind in your Home folder. Here’s how to remove residual files in Linux.
Vector graphics are not quite the same as normal images. Here are some ways to work with vector graphics in macOS and the solutions to problems that first-time graphic editors can run into.
It’s never easy to migrate out of Gmail if you have used it for a long time. Follow these steps to leave Gmail behind and reclaim your privacy.
Adobe Lightroom is a fast, powerful batch editor for photographers, but it isn’t for everyone. Here are four great Adobe Lightroom alternatives for you.
If there’s a distracting noise in your audio, you’ll drive away listeners in droves. Learn how to remove background noise from audio on macOS.
RAM is a core computer component, allowing you to coax a little more speed out of your PC with faster clock speed and RAM timing. Here’s what you need to know.
If you are using an external hard drive on your Mac, and it doesn’t always show up, here are some ways you can use to fix this issue.
To run Mac apps on Linux, you’ll need some sort of virtual machine or translation layer. You can either make use of Virtualbox or Darling translation layer.
The definition of a strong password has changed over the years. What seems to be a strong password last year is no longer so this year. Here’s what make a strong password.
The Terminal in macOS is a handy tool for troubleshooting. Here we show you how to use the Terminal to scan and troubleshoot your local network.
iOS devices can share your location with your friends and family in a number of ways. Here’s your ultimate guide to location sharing on iOS, from start to finish.
The Linux kernel is the core in most desktop and mobile OS. While they are using the same kernel, mobile Linux is not quite the same as Desktop Linux.
Keyboards aren’t glamorous, but they are useful. These third-party keyboard apps for iPhone and iPad users will help you type faster and more accurately.
Waze and Google Maps are the big guns of the smartphone navigation world. Find out whether Google Maps or Waze is the best navigation app.
Chrome users concerned about privacy and corporate overreach should give Firefox a serious look. Here’s our guide to switching to Firefox browser.
Your macOS can’t play Blu-ray by default. Fortunately, there are excellent, open-source options available. We will show you how to play Blu-ray discs on macOS.
How QR codes work is by conveying information through a graphical code of black and white pixels. It can also be decoded even if parts of the code are unreadable.
du is a command line tool in Linux that reports the amount of disk space used by directories and files. Here is some of the most handy usage of du in Linux.
It is best to have a bootable backup of your operating system in the event that it crashes. Learn how to install macOS on a USB drive and create a backup.
You have probably heard of Linux. What makes Linux so great? Here are the 11 things that make Linux an important tool for serious computer users.
mySIMBL is a utility for installing application bundles on macOS. These packages provide opportunities for customization that are otherwise inaccessible.
The default command-line interface in Windows isn’t the best, and there are a lot of third-party consoles around. These are some of the best terminal emulators for Windows 10
For those looking to switch from Gmail because of privacy concerns, the next question to ask is, “Are private email services worth the money?” Here’s our answer.
FileZilla Pro expands the functionality of FileZilla to add support for professional cloud services like Backblaze B2, S3, Azure, Dropbox, and more.
The appearance of the cursor is controlled by the cursor CSS property. Learn how you can change the mouse pointer in a browser via css.
Most search tools only look at file names. Grep will look inside files with the correct flags. Learn how you can find a specific word in a file on Linux.
fd is a simpler alternative to the find command. It uses a truncated syntax to keep your typed commands short. Learn how to use fd on Linux and macOS.
The ps command is a frequently-used tool for system administrators. It’s used to list the currently-running processes on your system. Here are some great uses for it.
We put up with Google because the apps are awesome. For those concerned about their privacy, try these privacy-focused alternatives to Google’s services.
Ceph and Gluster are both systems used for managing distributed storage. Both are good choices for managing your data, but which one is more suited to you?
Apple did not do a great job of making the various Apple TVs visually distinct from one another. Here are some ways to easily identify your Apple TV model.
Are you looking to create some music on your iOS devices? You can now go beyond voice memos with these essential music-making apps for iOS.
iOS offers access to uniquely functional shortcuts through the Control Center. Here are our favorite control center shortcuts for iPhone that you could be using today.
Modern video compression algorithms aren’t the same as the image compression algorithms you might be familiar with. Here’s how video compression works.
Storage media, including SSDs, will fail when you least expect it. macOS offers tools that can check the disk health of your SSD and other attached disks.
We’ve found the best video splitter and merger apps for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS. Some apps provide significant editing power, while other apps simply glue clips together.
Email scheduling is a useful tool for pre-writing emails you know you’ll want to send at a specific time. Here is how to schedule emails in Gmail.