You don’t really need to install third-party apps to convert videos on Mac. Here’s how you can convert video easily and for free in Mac OS X.
There are multiple ways to lock the display on a Mac, and it’s up to you to decide which one you want to use. Here are all of them.
Some smartphones have a dedicated button to launch the Camera, but most don’t. Here’s how to make the home button launch the Camera app on Android.
Did you know there’s a way to place screenshots somewhere else on your Mac instead of the desktop? Here’s how to change the default screenshot save folder.
This guide will help you find large files on your Mac that you don’t use anymore and delete them to free up space for new files.
The iPhoto app automatically launches each time you connect your iPhone or a media device to your Mac. Here’s how to stop it from automatically launching.
ControlAir is a free app on the Mac App Store that lets you control your machine using your hand gestures. Here’s how to get started with it.
Most popular web browsers for Android do include the function to privately browse websites. Here’s how you can do this in various browsers on your device.
Power Toggles is an Android app that lets you put shortcuts for various system settings on your homescreen; it’s a huge time-saver. Read all about it here.
If you are new to the Xposed Frameworks and do not know which modules exist, this list of 6 useful Xposed modules should help you get started.
An Xposed module called YouTube Background Playback allows you to keep your videos playing even when you are out of the official YouTube app. Here’s how.
If you are an Android user, there are a number of apps for keeping tasks organized. Here are six to-do list apps that help you manage your tasks.
If you often have to share a computer, you may wish to automatically clear data when you quit the browser. Here’s how you can do that in Chrome & Firefox.
Sometimes, you may want to remove a password from a PDF file so that anyone can view it. Here’s how to do that using Preview in Mac OS.
Do you hate video ads that automatically play when you load a website? Here is an easy way to disable video autoplay in Chrome and Firefox.
Want a way to secure your various login credentials and keep them away from prying eyes? Here’s how you can set a master password to do so in Firefox.
The Root user account on Mac allows you to modify the system files. Apple disabled it by default, but you can enable it if you wish. Here’s how you can do it.
Are you looking for a way to quickly hide the desktop icons so others can’t see what you have placed on your desktop? Here is how you can do so on Mac.