From floating keyboards to Google Assistant, the best tablet you can find might be your Chromebook
macOS has a speech-to-text functionality that allows us to dictate a text instead of using a keyboard. It supports formatting and is available for any text field.
A proxy server is useful to bypass a firewall, avoid geoblocking, or mask your location. You can set them up easily on macOS, either automatically or manually.
Playing D&D online isn’t the same as playing it in the flesh with your best friends, but if you have a good webcam and a decent setup, playing online can be as seamless as playing in person.
Downloading signed apps ensures that you’re not getting unknown (and often harmful) additions to your download. Here’s how to see whether your app download has a valid signature from Apple.
Chrome OS offers several options that can better help you set clear boundaries and separate your work and personal profiles as well as your apps.
The Control and Command keys on a Mac are sure to trip up those who use Windows regularly. Here’s how to remap them to something more familiar.
By default, macOS saves all screenshots to the desktop, which can get a little messy after a few weeks. You can, however, change the location these images are stored.
Apple, unlike Windows, doesn’t natively offer the option to pin oft-used apps and programs to the menu bar. But there’s always a way.
Whether internal or external, Apple has a plan for disks and drives that aren’t functioning as expected. Read on to learn how to repair a disk in macOS.
Renaming a disk isn’t as daunting as it may seem. Apple, for the most part, actually makes it as easy as naming (or renaming) any other file or folder.
Stuck at home? Why not play some Dungeons & Dragons? Here’s how to play D&D online and the 5 essential tools you’ll need to get a session started.
Hiding your Mac from a network keeps it somewhat invisible from those you share the network with. It’s not foolproof, but if you want to stay stealthy, here’s how it’s done.
Whatever your reasoning may be, you need to delete a previously installed application from your MacBook. This tutorial will show you how to do just that.
This is a quick and easy guide on how to clear all the cookies that have accumulated on your machine via Google Chrome's Settings page.