[Guide] Customize equalizer settings per-song in iTunes

Any respectable music player comes with an equalizer. Usually, adjusting the equalizer will affect all songs you play. The exception makes it possible to customize equalizer settings per-song in iTunes.In most music players, adjusting the equalizer levels will apply to all music. While iTunes may have its weaknesses, it...

Disable website “Show notifications” requests in Chrome

It seems like almost any website we open for the first time will show the all-too-annoying "Show notification" request. If you're tired of clicking the "Block" button all the time you can simply disable website "Show notifications" request in Chrome and never see these pop-ups again.Sure, after clicking the...

Stop Spotify from playing all songs at the same volume

Depending on a song's genre, and of course the artist's vision, the volume it was originally recorded might be louder or quieter. There's also a chance the volume level could fluctuate throughout the track.The standard practices change from one era to another which is why Spotify is set to...

Access age-restricted content on YouTube

YouTube is very careful when it comes to restricting content based on age. The limit depends on what's shown in the videos and the age restriction flag is placed by YouTube's review team which carefully analyzes all new submissions.You may need to access age-restricted content on YouTube simply because...

[Guide] Force Google search results from the US

Over time, Google has gotten very good at providing local search results. So much that even if you try to open google.com, you'll be redirected to the local domain for your country. Obviously, the search results will also be adjusted based on your location.While that may have worked before,...

Add ‘Open With’ option to the context menu for any app in macOS

If you'd want to edit the context menu in Windows, you'd need to do it by tweaking the system registry. Luckily, things are a bit easier on macOS. One of the things you can do without too much effort is to add 'Open With' option to the context menu for...

[Guide] Ignore a public WiFi network on macOS

Right now we have public WiFi almost everywhere: parks, coffee shops, trains, gyms.....you name it. It's certainly convenient since it lets us use our monthly data plans less except when it comes to security - after all, public WiFi is only free, not necessarily safe. For this reason, you...

Open apps from unidentified developers on Mac OS X

Starting with Mac OS X Lion, Apple added a security feature called Gatekeeper that only lets us install apps from the Mac App Store. Obviously, the same feature doesn't let you open apps from unidentified developers on Mac OS X.While apps available in the Mac App Store adhere to...

[Guide] Run Android apps in Google Chrome

While there are various tools that allow you to run Android apps on a PC, it's also possible to run Android apps in Google Chrome. Instead of installing a third-party tool, you just need to add an extension to your Chrome browser, something many users would prefer.Google developed a...

Test your Internet speed from the command line

All major operating systems allow you to test your Internet speed from the command line. In fact, it's one of the quickest ways to do it. Yes, it's also possible to use a web browser instead, but using speedtest-cli is a nifty command that's worth knowing.Furthermore, it also lets...

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