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How To Hide Unwanted Default Apps On a Jailbroken iPhone Or iPad

iPhone and iPad

How To Hide Unwanted Default Apps On a Jailbroken iPhone Or iPad

Some of the apps that are shipped on your iPhone or iPad are great. I wouldn’t for the life of me want to replace the default Mail or Notes applications. Nevertheless, the truth is that you don’t use all of those default iOS applications – whether you’ve already found a Calendar alternative, or aren’t interested in using your camera entirely. The default iOS applications don’t take up too much space in your device’s memory. However, they do take up a lot of screen real estate.

Simon Slangen January 7, 2013 07-01-2013
How To Hide Unwanted Default Apps On a Jailbroken iPhone Or iPad
The Year In Review: 20 Most Popular Posts Of 2012

Announcements

The Year In Review: 20 Most Popular Posts Of 2012

It that time of year again when we take a look back at the past year and see just what articles you enjoyed the most. In total, we published an astonishing 4,600 items of news, tutorials, and reviews, but I’ve narrowed it down to 20, in descending order of popularity. What were you sharing in 2012? Read on to find out.

James Bruce January 6, 2013 06-01-2013
The Year In Review: 20 Most Popular Posts Of 2012
Have You Made A Tech-Related New Year Resolution This Year? [MakeUseOf Poll]

Web Culture

Have You Made A Tech-Related New Year Resolution This Year? [MakeUseOf Poll]

This week’s poll is not only about whether or not you’ve made a resolution, but which one or ones you’ve made. Last week, we shared some ideas for new-year resolutions, and today I want to find out if we’ve managed to inspire you, or if there’s a different tech-related new-year resolution you’ve chosen.

Yaara Lancet January 6, 2013 06-01-2013
Have You Made A Tech-Related New Year Resolution This Year? [MakeUseOf Poll]
Double Driver Makes Backing Up & Restoring Your Drivers Easier Than Ever [Windows]

Windows

Double Driver Makes Backing Up & Restoring Your Drivers Easier Than Ever [Windows]

Your drivers can be a scary and intimidating thing. The two pieces of the Windows backend that I never recommend the novice user play with are the registry and device drivers. The smallest of errors in handling either of these can result in system instability or a completely bricked operating system, and that’s no fun. As you become a more experienced, savvy, and paranoid citizen of the Internet, you’ll grow accustomed to religiously backing up your system and online data.

Craig Snyder January 6, 2013 06-01-2013
Double Driver Makes Backing Up & Restoring Your Drivers Easier Than Ever [Windows]
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