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iPhoto no longer works in macOS Catalina. Here are your alternatives

If you’ve continued to use iPhoto after Apple discontinued it in 2015, you had to know its days were numbered. Many people preferred iPhoto’s controls and the new Photos app was initially missing features and buggy, crashy, and slow at times. Photos has improved substantially, though it’s still not everyone’s cup of tea. Now, iPhoto’s number is finally truly up. The outdated software won’t launch in macOS Catalina, because its core functions rely on a software framework Apple has also…

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Nest Mini unboxing | TechHive

TechHive | Oct 16, 2019 Nest is now the overarching brand for all Google smart home products, so the company’s second-generation small smart speaker is called the Nest Mini. We’re in the process of reviewing it, but here’s a quick look and a guide to setting it up. Source link

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How To Use PS4 Remote Play: PC, Mac, iOS, Android and PS Vita

Sony’s PlayStation 4 is undoubtedly the most popular console on the market on the moment with over 90m units sold since its release back in 2013. Since it was announced, the PS4 has seen a number of changes – both in terms of hardware and software – but one feature that has remained unchanged is Remote Play, a feature that allows you to play your favourite PS4 games from anywhere with a high-speed internet connection. But despite being available on the…

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Excel: Top 10 tips for beginners

Microsoft Excel is an incredibly capable and complex spreadsheet program. If you’re just getting your feet wet, these tips will help you get started on making a spreadsheet and writing a formula. Once you learn the vocabulary, the rest gets easier. Open Excel and choose a blank workbook JD Sartain / IDG Worldwide Open a new blank Excel workbook To get started in Excel, click the Excel icon on your desktop or Start menu. Excel opens with the cursor positioned…

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How to take advantage of the photo-editing tools in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

The Photos app for macOS has improved substantially since its introduction, especially in the variety and sophistication of its image editing tools. On the iPhone and iPad, Photos lagged considerably. But with iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, Apple offers a distinct catch up with its image editing tools, even exceeding the Mac version in a couple regards. Let’s look at what’s new and how to best use these new tools to crop, revise, and enhance images after capturing pictures. What’s…

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How to play music you own on an Amazon Echo

Amazon’s Alexa is becoming less hospitable to people who prefer to buy music instead of just signing up for a music subscription service such as Spotify.  Until recently, Amazon Music Storage was the best way to stream your personal music collection onto Alexa devices—provided it was encoded as MP3 files. But last December, Amazon stopped supporting new uploads for the free service; it stopped accepting paid subscriptions a month later. In January 2019, Amazon shut down Music Storage entirely, rendering…

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How To Turn On Dark Mode In Instagram

Dark Mode is all the rage these days, and Instagram has heard all about it and decided to get in on the trend. If you’re looking to give your social feed a fresh look, here’s our step-by-step guide on how to get Dark Mode on each of your devices for Instagram, along with some handy screenshots to help you along. How to get Instagram Dark Mode on Android You’ll need the latest version of Android – Android 10 – to enable…

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How to collaborate on Microsoft Office files in G Suite

One of the hallmarks of collaborating in G Suite is the ability to edit Docs, Sheets, and Slide files simultaneously with other collaborators and see the changes in real time. Now you can do the same with Microsoft Office files without having to first convert them to the corresponding G Suite format. Here’s how to get started. Sharing Office files The first step to collaborating in G Suite is sharing a file with your collaborators. That starts with adding the…

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How to create a bootable macOS Catalina installer drive

An external drive that you can use as an installer for macOS Catalina is a handy thing to have. If you have multple Macs to upgrade, it’s a lot more efficient to plug in the USB installer drive and run the installer than to log into the App Store, download the 6.5GB OS installer, and then run it. In this article I’ll go over the different ways you can create a bootable macOS Catalina installation drive. But before I give…

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If your August, Nest, and Hue home/away triggers aren’t working with your new iPhone 11, here’s a fix

Whether you have a new iPhone 11 or just upgraded an old device to iOS 13, you might have noticed a change that isn’t for the better—your location-based smart devices might not be working anymore. Rest assured, that’s not a bug, it’s a new security feature and it’s easy to fix. iOS 13 introduces a host of new tracking features designed to give you a greater awareness of the apps that are using your location. For example, iOS will periodically…

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