Some hard drives are marketed as “made for Mac” which many would think means it’s not usable in Windows. This guide will show you how to format and use a “Made for Mac” hard disk on a Windows PC.
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Is your Android unable to format an SD card? Read this article to find out what fixes are available for the problem and what to do in the worst-case scenario.
Are you unable to retain formatting from Google Docs? Here’s how you can retain formatting from Google Docs when you export your document to another file type.
If your Android device can’t recognize the SD card, you might need to reformat it. Here is how you can format your SD card in Android.
Formatting a drive on your Mac is quite easy, though it isn’t as evident and obvious as it is on a PC. You can format an external drive in OS X using Disk Utility and Terminal. Here’s how to do so.
A big problem on a Raspberry Pi is that the SD card needs to be in a specific format. This isn’t easy to do on a Mac, so this guide will explain it for you.
When it comes to writing, it is great to always create the draft in plain text. The problem lies when you need to transform those plain-text words into something nicely-formatted and readable. Fortunately, Linux provides two programs that allow you to draft in plain text, then convert to other, more graphical formats.
At some point, you’re probably going to do some work on the web — whether you plan to or not. That work could be writing a blog post or article, adding a page to a web site, or regularly writing for a site like Make Tech Easier. No matter what you do, knowing some HTML […]
Some time ago, MakeTechEasier gave you an extensive 3-part guide to formatting a book using OpenOffice.org. That guide was specifically oriented toward print publications, and while it may be sufficient for PDF ebooks, formatting a book for Amazon’s Kindle e-reader takes a little more attention and care. Generally speaking, a Kindle book is just HTML and […]