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How to fix lines on a monitor screen on Windows 10

Monitors are plug and play. They’re some of the easiest hardware to set up and you’ll find they’re easy to connect to almost any laptop model that’s not a Macbook. The only thing you’ll be concerned with is the color profile that a monitor supports, its resolution, and the screen …

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How to add/remove widgets in Notification Center on macOS

macOS has widgets that appear in the Notification Center. Some come out-of-the-box on the operating system, others can be added by third-party apps that you install. Of course, these widgets aren’t allowed to litter the notification center at will. Users have to enable them unless they’re stock widgets which are …

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How to mirror and record a phone on Windows 10

Screen mirroring between different devices is often complicated. The complications come mostly from establishing a reliable connection between the devices. Software is what gets the job done but again, it comes down to two things; how easy it is to set up, and how reliable the connection will be. Additionally, …

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How to delete a folder action on macOS

Folder Actions are a type of script that you can create on macOS with Automator. They’re useful actions that are specific to folders. You can create a folder action that will run when a new file is added to a certain folder, or when a file is deleted from it. …

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How to reset all app permissions on iOS

Apps on iOS require access to certain information that your device can collect. For example, it can collect location information but your iPhone doesn’t let apps just access it unless you allow them to. Even then, it’s really easy to revoke permissions you’ve granted to an app. That said if …

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How to disable scaling in apps on Windows 10

Larger monitors are great for the screen real estate they provide but in order to use them, especially one that’s an HD display you have to scale it up or everything is going to be too small. Windows 10 has a built-in scaling feature that works, and it mostly works …

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