This detailed guide will explain how you can easily upload files of any size to Dropbox and have them not sync with your PC/Mac. [click to continue…]
This tutorial will show you how to delete a wireless network from the list that Windows 10 stores – which is a very common step in resolving wifi connectivity problems. [click to continue…]
This short tutorial will show you how to protect your web surfing and still be able to watch Netflix in your browser at the same time.
In order to close a loophole that allowed people to watch Netflix from countries other than their own, Netflix blocked the use of VPN’s. That means if you want to watch Netflix in your browser, you have to turn your VPN off and/or not use a proxy.
This guide will show you exactly how to watch IPTV on your Mac – using free software you probably already have installed!
You know how when you double-click a PNG file it opens in Preview? What if you want it to open in Photoshop by default instead? This guide shows you how to to just that – change the default App that’s used when you open a file. [click to continue…]
This quick guide will take you through the process of changing the password you use to sign in to Windows 10. [click to continue…]
This guide will take you each step of the way through adding another user to your Windows 10 PC (laptop, tablet etc) – so that they have their own Desktop, Apps etc. [click to continue…]
This quick guide will show you how to copy and paste text on your Android device. [click to continue…]
Using this guide we’ll set up a WordPress Plugin that monitors the activities of your site and displays them on your Dashboard. Using the information that it gathers you’ll always know what’s happening with your site -from things like new posts to failed login attempts and password reset requests. [click to continue…]
This guide will show you how to edit the subtitles – the font, the font size, color and even background color – for all of the videos you watch on your iPad or iPhone (specifically including Netflix).
The default subtitles that iOS uses, which carries over to the Netflix App, may not be ideal for all viewers. Here’s what they look like by default:
and here’s an example of what they can look like (you can choose your own font, size and color):
This tip shows you how to edit the items that appear in the “New” column that no one uses in the Windows “right-click” context menu.
This overview will show you how to customize the Terminal on your Mac so that it’s a bit more visually appealing and easy to use. [click to continue…]
This very quick guide will show you how to use SSH to connect from your Mac to a remote server. [click to continue…]
This quick guide will show you how to delete the list of sites (browsing history) that you’ve viewed in Microsoft’s Edge web browser. [click to continue…]
This quick guide will show you how to clear the history of sites that you’ve visited using the “Canary” web browser by Google.