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How to Install Chrome OS on PC in 2020

While Chrome OS is not as feature-packed as Windows 10, this new operating system by Google is certainly much more efficient and lightweight. And due to its super-light nature, it brings back older PCs to life which can’t seem to operate heavy Windows operations anymore. So in this article, I bring you a simple guide on how to install Chrome OS on PC. The installation …

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How to Install Debian Buster on Chromebook (Debian 10)

Linux on Chromebook which is also called Project Crostini was announced in 2018 and since then it has used Debian Stretch (Debian 9) as its base. We were hoping after Debian Buster (Debian 10) release in 2019, Chrome OS would move to the latest build since Debian 9 was released way back in 2017. The day has finally arrived in 2020 and now you can …

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How to Use Proxy on Windows 10 (Native Method)

While VPNs are undeniably advanced and better at routing internet traffic securely, proxy servers are still a quick go-to way for many users. It lets you access geographically restricted content and allows you to control your bandwidth usage with a simple intermediary called proxy server. The best part is that you don’t have to install any VPN application and the setup is almost a breeze. …

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How to Use Head Pointer Accessibility Feature on Mac

macOS 10.15.4 has come up with some notable features including Screen Time Communication Limits and the ability to allow developers to create a single binary containing code for macOS, iOS, and tvOS. But the feature that’s getting more traction is “Head Pointer”. If you are wondering what this new feature is, let me tell you that it’s an Accessibility feature that allows users to control …

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How to Filter YouTube Subscriptions Feed on iPhone and iPad

If you love watching YouTube videos, you may have subscribed to a ton of channels like our own YouTube channel. But did you ever wish you had a better way to customize the subscriptions feed than the long-existing reverse chronological order that often seems chaotic? I mean, wouldn’t it be better if you could customize your feed to show only the latest videos or the …

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Can’t Turn on FileVault on Mac? Here is the Fix

FileVault has long been one of the most notable security & privacy features in macOS. For those unfamiliar, this built-in encryption feature is designed to encrypt Mac’s hard drive along with all the stored files. Using XTS-AES-128 encryption with a 256-bit key, it safeguards the information against unauthorized access on the startup disk. That being said, FileVault has had its own share of issues that …

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How to Convert Live Photos into Videos in iOS 13 on iPhone

Right from the moment I had an interaction with “Live Photos” on my iPhone 6s (way back in 2015), I fell in love with the images that come to life when long-pressed. They kind of liven up the memories thanks to the 3-second movement. However, “Live Photos” are almost impossible to share with others. But just when I thought the days of moving photos have …

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How to Manually Add Data to Health App on iPhone

When it comes to tracking health and fitness data, Apple Health remains my top bet by a long distance. Apart from boasting a whole host of health-centric features like hearing health and cycle-tracking, the app excels in measuring a variety of metrics accurately. But that doesn’t mean it never fails to get the Maths right. Many a time, I have seen the app unable to …

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How to Enable LED Flash for Alerts in iOS 13 on Your iPhone

Just like AssistiveTouch, LED Flash for notifications could be helpful for everyone. While this Accessibility feature has been primarily designed for the deaf and hearing impaired, anyone can use it to get visual alerts. Times when “Do Not Disturb” is active, this feature makes it a bit more convenient to know that a new notification has arrived. Personally, I like to use it to ensure …

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