Different codecs, like Dobly Atmos and DTS:X, have different surround-sound capabilities and support different types of hardware used in higher-end home theater systems.
Mac comes with a way for you to find out the cause of its failure. You can use Apple Diagnostics to troubleshoot your Mac and find out what is wrong with it.
If you’re coming from Windows to a Unix system, you might have noticed that loopback is practically synonymous with localhost. What Is localhost and how is it dDifferent from 127.0.0.1?
While uninstalling apps on macOS is easy, there are times where it leaves some residual files around. Learn how to completely uninstall apps on macOS.
The ZENBRE Z8 Plus is a high-quality, reliable Bluetooth speaker that’s happy to hit the road or take on the elements. Check out our review here.
By using titles, you can easily add text to your Final Cut video projects. This could be the title of a video, the location of a scene, or a source for archive footage.
NVMe is a storage system that promises to exponentially increase the bandwidth available to storage devices. Here’s what you need to know about NVMe SSDs.
The Google Ngram Viewer search tool allows you to search through that voluminous statistical data rapidly and effectively.
Force-quitting an unresponsive app is a quick and effective way to prevent your system from crashing. Here are some ways to force quit applications in Mac OS X.
The 80 Plus system is used to rate computer power supplies based on their reliability and efficiency. Here’s what you need to know about the 80 Plus power supply rating system.
wget is a non-interactive command-line utility for download resources from a specified URL. Learn how to install and use wget on macOS.
While uBlock Origin is the most powerful and versatile ad blocker available, its design is also a little obscure. Here we’ll show you how to get the most out of uBlock Origin.
Zoho Assist is a remote support and access program similar to the well-known TeamViewer application. Explore what makes Zoho Assist a useful application.
Windows 10 gets plenty of flack. Does it deserve it? Here’s our abridged list of things in Windows 10 that are as bad as stepping on a Lego.
Sandboxing is a tool used by macOS to limit the damage that a hijacked app can do. Here is how macOS app sandboxing works to protect its users.
The news is packed with reports of huge data breaches, and they never seem to cease. This is a quick look at how data breaches work and why it is impossible to eradicate them.
Flags are used by macOS to limit how a file can be changed. They’re set differently from permissions and run in a parallel structure alongside commands like chown and chmod.
If you’re just getting into playing flight simulators, when should you get a HOTAS? And which ones are worth purchasing today? Let’s find out here.