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How to Watch Netflix in 4K on a Mac

Watching 4K Netflix on a Mac is unnecessarily complicated. It’s not currently supported in macOS, so you’ll need to run Windows on your Mac—and...

Chrome for Android Has Dark Mode Now.Here’s How to Turn it On

The Chrome desktop browser recently got dark mode on both Mac and Windows, but it’s also available on Android. It’s not quite as straightforward...

How to Transfer Game Files to Another Xbox One

Xbox One games are enormous. Red Dead Redemption 2 alone is 107 GB. If you have a data cap, downloading the same game multiple...

How to Use Windows Defender from the Command Prompt

Windows Defender is the default antivirus software in Windows 10 and is no less than any third-party antivirus software. In fact, when it comes to...

How to Play With a Keyboard and Mouse on Xbox One

Microsoft has worked hard to make the Xbox One more than just a video game console. By emphasizing the Xbox One as a true...

How to Use “Hey Siri” on Older Macs

While Apple has made the Siri functionality available for older Macs, the company has not made the “Hey Siri” activation function available for all...

How to Convert an Image to Video for Social Media Easily

Video is king of the online world right now, and it is expected to have an even greater share of social media in the...

How to Fix Windows 10 Keeps Going to Sleep After 2 Minute

Windows 10 is a great operating system and it has a very good rating amongst the users but that doesn't mean that this operating...

How to Use Continuity Camera on macOS to Insert Photos from iPhone

A great feature available in the recent versions of macOS is Continuity Camera. While working on a Mac, it allows you to take a...

How to See the Health of a SSD in macOS

Storage media of all kinds, SSDs included, is consumable. That mean, eventually, it fails. That’s one reason backups are so important. To keep ahead...