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How to Turn a MacBook Into a Desktop Mac

MacBooks excel at being lightweight, portable workstations, and have some of the best battery life in the game. With the right peripherals, they also make capable desktop machines. Here’s how to turn your Apple laptop into a …

How to Use Adobe Flash in 2021 and Beyond

Adobe Flash is officially dead, and that means you should stop using it. But what if you have to use it? How can you run .SWF files or play online games from the good old days? Here’s what you need to know about running old F…

How to Delete a Watch Face on Apple Watch

If you have an Apple Watch, then you might want to shake things up by changing your watch face once in a while. One problem with this is that you are often left with a long list of faces that you’ll never use. Fortunately, yo…

What Is Apple’s ProRAW Photo Format on iPhone?

The iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max are the first iPhones to support ProRAW, Apple’s take on the RAW image format. In professional photography, RAW files are a must for getting the most out of your images—but what does it mean fo…

How to Convert a Login to “Sign in With Apple”

When you Sign in with Apple, you don’t need to provide a password at all. Assuming you’re already signed in to your Apple ID, logging in is a simple matter of tapping a button and waiting. Instead of a password, services iden…

How to Buy a TV: What You Need to Know

Buying a TV is more complex than ever. There are new technologies, formats, and buzzwords you have to keep up with. Plus, pricing is also all over the place as more affordable companies try to unseat brands like LG and Samsun…

How to Avoid Buying a “Fake” HDMI 2.1 Cable

Because HDMI 2.1 devices, like the Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, and graphics cards from NVIDIA and AMD, are pushing more pixels than ever, the last thing you need is an unreliable cable causing problems. Here’s how to avoid …
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