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How to Use Virtual Backgrounds in Zoom Meetings

Despite being in controversy for sharing user data with Facebook, Zoom has single-handedly changed the market of video conferencing within few months. Zoom works really well even on slow network connections and has a long list of features which are hardly available in other video conferencing applications. One of the best features of Zoom is virtual background and you would love it. Virtual Background changes …

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How to Customize Sidecar Preferences in macOS Catalina

Even though the iPad may not be a laptop killer for many as yet, the tablet has come very close to finally staking that claim with the introduction of iPadOS. The new iPadOS brings a tremendous set of features that users have fell in love with. For starters, the latest iteration of iPadOS offers a native way to mirror content on Mac and also turn …

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How to Force Dark Mode on Web Pages in Google Chrome

It is no wonder that Google is on a mission to embrace the dark mode as more and more Google apps are getting dark mode support in their latest updates. Chrome recently got the dark theme on all platforms and now, Google is bringing a feature that forces all the webpages out there to turn dark. Note: The feature is available on the stable version …

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How to Delete Siri and Dictation History in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

When a shocking report revealing how Apple used to share Siri recordings with contractors surfaced a few months back, the tech giant received a lot of flak from all sides. Feeling the heat, the company immediately halted Siri’s speech grading program and also offered a temporary workaround that involved completely turning off Siri and Dictation on each of the devices. However, that also meant that …

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How to Disable Software Reporter Tool and Make Google Chrome Faster

Chrome is available across platforms. And it is known for resource consuming, battery draining, and consequently affecting the system performance. Why does Chrome do this? Well, there is a hidden tool called the Chrome Software Reporter Tool which uses the CPU abnormally. It sometimes takes a huge amount of CPU and makes the system go unresponsive. However, Google, in it’s blog post said that Chrome …

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Predictive Emoji Keyboard Not Working in iOS 13? Here is the Fix

If messaging has become more fun-loving than ever before, emojis have probably played a key role in spicing up the whole affair. Be it the hilarious face with tears of joy, winking face with tongue or the zipper mouth, we have all sorts of emojis to communicate – courtesy tons of emoji keyboards. To further enhance conversation using these cool animated images, iOS offers real-time …

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How to Install Android Apps Not Available in Your Country

There are many wonderful apps on Play store, which you want to install in your Android phone but due to country/region limitations, you can’t. For such apps you receive the error saying, “This app is not available in our country.” This policy of Google Play Store very nasty because there are many great apps which are not available in all countries. So, you must be …

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How to Make Subtasks and Sublists in Reminders on iOS 13 and macOS Catalina

Apple Reminders app has got a long due revamp in iOS 13 and macOS Catalina. Aside from sporting an intuitive user-interface, the app has also got a host of helpful features including “Remind Me When Messaging” and the ability to create subtasks and sublists. As someone who relies on timely alerts to tackle workloads, I welcome this new addition. It sort of simplifies the process …

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How to Block Pop-up Ads on Android

While Android is truly great at customization, it also opens a lot of doors for apps to deceptively acquire permissions and exploit them for pushing ads. It’s one of the reasons why you see full-screen pop-up ads on Android devices. However, there are some easy ways you can disable these kinds of intrusive ads. In this article, I have shared some simple and straightforward steps …

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