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The packaging of a computer or computer hardware is crowded with technical terms and badges. One of the more prominent ones is 64-bit.
A password manager is a great asset — perhaps even essential — for any computer system.
The cross-platform media server Plex now supports movie trailers and extras. We show you how to add those clips to your movie library.
Playing with the DNS settings on your computer could significantly speed up your browsing or help you access region-blocked content. Doing that manually is a drag; just use a DNS switch.
The default Mac Preview.app is a capable beast, but there are a few alternative third-party image viewers that provide compelling replacements.
Most OS X Library folders are best left alone, but it’s useful to know your way in and around the User Library.
The Downloads folder is often one of the most cluttered and disorganised places to be, so let your computer take a share of the burden and have it clean your Downloads folder automatically.
You can only cram so much into graphical user interface before it becomes cluttered, so it should come as no big surprise that you can do some really cool things using the Mac Terminal.
Only by manually encrypting the files on your hard drive can you truly keep your files safe. That’s where the Mac OS X FileVault comes in.
You need to jump through some hoops to create a US iTunes account and add funds to it, but if you know how, anyone can download and enjoy apps from the US App Store.
Managing the Android APK files yourself means you get more support and flexibility.
On Windows, Android USB tethering usually works as advertised, but Mac OS X is missing some essential USB network drivers. Here’s what you need to know.
Sony made a host of improvements to their controller, with the PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4. It seems slightly smaller, but the handholds are thicker, giving it a markedly more comfortable grip. The joysticks have been modified too, now convex and with a button click that’s easier to trigger. These and other changes make the DualShock […]
More is not always better, but it’s probably true in terms of screen real estate.
Don’t start your precious game all over if you lose a save. Instead, copy one from a friend (or download), and enjoy that end game content.