How to Find a Style You Don’t See on the Home Tab in Microsoft Word

By default, Microsoft Word does not display all the built-in styles on the Home tab or on the Styles pane. So, what if you want to use a style that you don’t see? Styles save you a lot of time and provide consistency when formatting your documents. They are available on the Home tab and on the Styles pane, and ... Read More »

How to Fix a Stuck Screen Saver in OS X

If your Mac’s screen saver freezes and doesn’t want to go away, don’t worry. Many other users have come across this problem, but there are a few ways to fix it. What Happens Exactly? If your Mac’s screensaver freezes, moving your mouse cursor around or hitting keys on the keyboard won’t make it go away. The mouse cursor will appear ... Read More »

Geek Trivia: For The Movie Brave, Pixar Designers Spent Nearly Three Years Studying The Physics Of?

Answer: Hair Anyone with curly hair will tell you, curly hair is wild, full of life, and unpredictable in its movement when compared to the simple order of naturally straight hair. Given that just styling and managing curly hair in real life takes quite a bit of effort, it’s no surprise at all that capturing the liveliness of it in ... Read More »

How to Add a Middle Click to Your Mac’s Trackpad

On basically every mouse, the scroll wheel can be clicked to perform what’s called a “middle click”, and it’s incredibly useful while browsing the web. You can middle-click any link to open it in the background, or middle-click any tab to close it. It’s one of those things that are hard to live without once you discover them. Apple, however, doesn’t offer ... Read More »

How to Install Microsoft PowerShell on Linux or OS X

PowerShell is now open source, and available for Linux and Mac. You can download official packages from Microsoft for the 64-bit versions of Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 14.04, CentOS 7, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, and Mac OS X 10.11. Download the Packages from Microsoft Visit the PowerShell project’s Releases page on GitHub to find the packages. Download the appropriate one for ... Read More »

How to Stop Your Webcam From Freezing and Crashing on Windows 10

Windows 10’s Anniversary Update just broke millions of webcams. Microsoft supposedly has a fix coming in September, but there’s a registry hack you can use to fix the problem and get your webcam working properly today. Thanks to Rafael Rivera for discovering this registry hack. It’s nice to have a solution, but Microsoft should really be documenting this sort of ... Read More »

How to Enable Key Repeating in macOS

As anyone who uses a Mac knows, entering special characters is really easy–you just hold down a letter. That’s great if you want to play Pokémon Go with your friends mañana, but not so much if you realllllllllllllllllly want to play now. Normally, on macOS, when you hold down a key, it will display a popup allowing you pick a special character ... Read More »

How to Reduce the Amount of Data Your Apple TV Consumes

The Apple TV is a capable little set-top streaming device with a lot of variety, but it’s not exactly frugal when it comes to your Internet connection. If you have a slower connection, or you have a data cap, there are some ways you can reduce how much data your Apple TV uses on a regular basis. Of course, none of these steps ... Read More »

How to Automatically Upload Your Phone’s Photos to Dropbox

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If you regularly take photos on your phone or tablet, uploading them to a cloud service like Dropbox makes it much easier to access them on your PC or other devices. Dropbox actually has a feature that uploads all your photos automatically, as you take them. You can do this on both Android as well as iOS devices. On Android First, ... Read More »

Turn on macOS’ Do Not Disturb in One Click with This Shortcut

Do you seek to increase your computing efficiency? It’s always nice when you can cut down on any unnecessary clicks during the course of your day. With one simple trick, you can reduce activating Do Not Disturb by two clicks. Normally, to activate Do Not Disturb on macOS, you have to click the upper-right corner to open the notification center, scroll up to show ... Read More »