Microsoft has outdone themselves by offering us a fantastic deal of free Windows 10 upgrade for one full year. It is not surprising that many people have taken advantage of this great offer which saves them from spending over $300 on a new operating system. While some persons have given Windows 10 great reviews and recommendations, not everyone is content with Microsoft’s new operating system. Such persons are not content because they: Read full post →How to Downgrade Windows 10

os x el capitanUnlike Windows where there are options provided to uninstall an app, it isn’t quite the same for Apple’s Mac OS X platform, which might be a little disconcerting for novice Mac users who want to uninstall apps on their computer to free up hard disk space, or for other reasons.

Sometimes you get apps that come with uninstallers. To find out if they have an uninstaller, launch Finder, go to ‘Applications’, and if the app is in a folder, there is a chance an uninstaller might be there too. If not there are a variety of other methods for uninstalling an app, so read on to find out how. Read full post →How To Uninstall Apps On Mac

iPhone-6-review-13Maybe you don’t trust using a public WiFi with your laptop, maybe there’s no WiFi at all because the Internet is down at home, or maybe you just want to help a friend getting online with their computer/tablet. Creating a WiFi hotspot with your iPhone (or LTE iPad) can be extremely useful and can get you out of a tight spot if you need to get things done. Here’s how to do it in a few easy steps.
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iPhone-6-review-5Clearing browser history on computers is an activity that we’re sure many of us are already familiar with. However since phones are such personal devices that are rarely ever shared, there is almost no need to clear the browsing history on your phone. However if you are planning on giving your phone away to a sibling or selling it off, maybe clearing your browser’s history would be a good idea. Read full post →How To Clear iPhone & iPad Browser History

runasadminHave you ever come across guides on the internet on how to use certain pieces of software, where they tell you that you need to run the program in Administrator mode? If you’re unsure of how to do this, this guide will provide you with the steps (along with screenshots) on how to run a program in Administrator mode. Read full post →How To Run Programs As Administrator


Google Now is a fully-featured digital personal assistant by Google. It can help in many of different ways, such as setting reminders, manage commute, help with shopping, answer common questions, and much more… However, all these features first require a setup, and a basic knowledge of the commands.

We are going to show you how to get started with Google Now and use it’s helpful feature to make your life easier. Read full post →How To Use Google Now

When it comes to backups, there are two brutal truths: 1/ most people don’t care about them until something the loss of invaluable data has occurred. 2/ when people realize that backups are important, the learning curve is still steep.

The business world has solved this by hiring IT managers who oversee a centralized backup system (hardware+software). However, it is much less common for small businesses, families and smaller groups in general. Read full post →How to Back-up Familly Computers & Mobiles Using The Acronis Cloud

Since (short) text messages, or SMS, is so well-known and can be used to quickly deliver a message without doing much work, advertising companies are also using it to promote their products, offering information, etc. Not only that, some people you’ve only met once could spam you with annoying texts.

Luckily, in recent releases, starting from iOS 7, Apple has implemented more security features for their iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users, which allows them to have more control over their privacy and block specific phone numbers from sending text messages (regular SMS) and iMessages.

In this post, we will go through several methods which you can use to block text messages on an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. To block unwanted iPhone calls read this tutorial, for general number blocking this one is great. Read full post →How To Block Text Messages On iPhone

With new iPhone customers coming (and going to) different operating systems like Android, many people have to migrate their contacts from Android to iOS, but are afraid that they will lose their existing contacts.

We have already explained how to move contacts from iPhone to Android, and we have compiled here 3 different ways you can use to quickly move your contacts from any Android devices to the iPhone. Read full post →How To Transfer Contacts From Android To iPhone

Windows is the most used desktop operating system in the world. As every region has its own language, Windows also comes with different language packs so you could easily use your favorite OS in your own language, or in multiple languages.

Windows offers more than 90 language packs, so finding the language of your choice shouldn’t be too hard. All you need to do is download the language pack and install it in Windows. Today, we are going to show you how you can download and install Windows language packs to change Windows Language. Read full post →How To Change Windows’ Language