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  Win 10 Tip -  15 More Tips & Tricks You Need to Know to Master Windows 10   

Windows 10 has so many new features that we couldn't even cover them all with one article. From keyboard shortcuts to revamped search functions and all-new window gestures, Microsoft definitely piled on the fresh functionality in the latest version of their operating system.

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Published on January 22, 2018 by Bob Uhlman
  OS X Tip -  2 Show Desktop Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac   

If you want to show the Mac desktop quickly, the fastest way to do so is often with a keyboard shortcut to reveal the desktop. This approach will push aside all on-screen windows, apps, and other information, and show only the Mac desktop all without closing any apps.

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Published on January 22, 2018 by Bob Uhlman
  OS X Tip -  How to Install & Use SF Mono Font on Mac with Other Apps   

SF Mono is a really nice monospaced font available to Mac users within Terminal and Xcode, but you may have noticed that SF Mono is not available outside of those two apps.

If you'd like to use SF Mono font elsewhere in MacOS and in other Mac apps, follow the instructions below to install the SF Mono pack into the broader system font library collection.This will allow you to use SF Mono as a default font in apps like BBEdit, TextEdit, iTerm,

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Published on January 22, 2018 by Bob Uhlman
  Linux Mint Tip -  New Linux Mint Installation Guide   

There is a notion that installing a Linux-based operating system can be hard. In 2017, this is absolutely false (with the exception of Arch, that is). Many years ago, installing a distribution could be difficult, but nowadays, it can be downright easy. Quite frankly, installing Linux can sometimes be easier than Windows these days, since you don't have to go hunting for drivers and software all over the web. If you have been fearful of replacing Windows 10 with an operating system like Linux Mint -- don't be.

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Published on December 11, 2017 by James Calkins
  Win 10 Tip -  Goodbye, Bloatware! How to Remove All Preinstalled Crapware from Window 10   

Before you begin removing Windows 10 bloatware apps, you should know that there is a slight risk involved here. Apps you uninstall with this tool cannot necessarily be reinstalled in all cases, so be careful not to remove anything that you may want to use again in the future.

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Published on December 6, 2017 by Bob Uhlman
  OS X Tip -  How to Use Apple Diagnostics on Mac to Identify & Troubleshoot Hardware Problems   

If your Mac is experiencing unusual problems that you suspect may be a result of a hardware issue, using Apple Diagnostics may help to identify and even troubleshoot a problem.

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Published on December 6, 2017 by Bob Uhlman
  OS X Tip -  MacOS High Sierra 10.13.2 Update Released with Bug Fixes   

Apple has released macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 for the general public. The software update includes multiple bug fixes and is said to improve the stability, security, and compatibility of High Sierra, and is thus recommended for Mac users running High Sierra to update to.



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Published on December 6, 2017 by Bob Uhlman
  Windows (all) Tip -  Protect your Windows PC from hackers by disabling Quick Assist / Remote Assistance   

Microsoft Windows has an extremely useful feature called Quick Assist (or Remote Assistance depending on your Windows version) which allows someone else to temporarily take control of your PC over the Internet in order to fix a problem for you.

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Published on September 16, 2017 by Bob Uhlman
  OS X Tip -  How to Prepare for iOS 11 the Right Way   

Planning on installing iOS 11 onto your iPhone or iPad when it becomes available on September 19? Then take a few moments to prepare your device for the iOS 11 update!

This walkthrough will detail checking proper device compatibility, performing some simple house keeping and maintenance on an iPhone or iPad, backing up the device, and finally, installing iOS 11.

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Published on September 16, 2017 by Bob Uhlman
  Safari Tip -  The 10 must-have Safari extensions of 2017   

For most macOS users, Apple's Safari browser is their window to the online world. These add-ons can make the browsing experience even better.

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Published on September 11, 2017 by Bob Uhlman
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