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Macworld | Oct 22, 2020 By using Shortcuts together with custom Widgets and the App Library, you can build a totally unique home screen look. In this video Jason walks us through the steps on how to set it all up. Similar Mobile Source link Related posts: No related posts.

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Presentation software and videoconferencing tools mix like oil and water. That’s a particularly unfortunate thing when tens of millions of teachers are forced to use PowerPoint or Keynote to remotely educate kids daily. These apps weren’t designed for interactive remote presentation, and about nine months into the pandemic, the seams aren’t just showing, but they’ve …

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If you have two macOS accounts on a single machine and want to merge them into one, macOS doesn’t offer a simple way to carry this out, but it’s nevertheless not very difficult. While you can mess around with file and folder permissions, my suggestion is to kill multiple birds with one stone by archiving …

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Prior to iOS 14, one of the central problems with iOS (compared to Android) was that every single app you’ve ever downloaded has to exist somewhere on your home screen. You can have folders, you can have multiple home screens, but you can’t simply hide an app you don’t use very often. The iOS 14 release …

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You can tell when Apple abandons its efforts in some of its apps, because options stagnate even when they’re confusing or don’t meet people’s needs. Photos for macOS is full of dead ends and half-working pieces, even if the overall app generally meets the need for photo organization and syncing across iCloud. Printing is one …

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The iPhone and iPad finally feel like proper traditional game systems now that iOS and iPadOS support some Xbox One controllers and PlayStation DualShock 4 controllers. We’re focusing on the Xbox One S controller in this article, so you’ll want to head here if you need to hook up a DualShock 4.  Unfortunately, you can’t …

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The command line—that hidden world of code behind your Mac’s pretty face—sometimes offers a quicker way to do everyday tasks, plus it’s just a cool way to establish your tech cred. You’ve learned how to navigate files and folders as well as delete files and folders with the command line and get help when you …