[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...

Transfer data from your computer to your phone (iOS and Android)

While Android makes it quite easy to transfer data from your computer to your phone, the process is significantly more complicated for iPhones. Yes, we have iTunes but there are certainly better tools out there. Today we'll show you how you can transfer data from your computer to your phone,...

How To Force Chromecast to update

Chromecast is one of the most popular TV sticks because it's both reliable and affordable. Sure, there are plenty of similar devices but the fact it's made by Google certainly gives it the trust factor. Chromecast is frequently updated by Google - in fact, you cannot prevent the device from...

How To Enlarge the Mouse Cursor on Windows, Linux, Mac, and Chrome OS

These days, all popular operating systems are pretty intuitive when it comes to basic usage. However, if your vision is not what it used to be, you can benefit from tweaking accessibility features. For example, it's possible to enlarge the mouse cursor on Windows, Linux, Mac, and Chrome OS -...

How To: Install and use WhatsApp Desktop on PC and Mac

WhatsApp launched a desktop app for Windows and Mac OS X just a few days ago, which was definitely needed as until now Facebook only offered a web version for the popular chat app. In this guide, we'll show you how you can easily install and use WhatsApp Desktop...

BitTorrent Mac app Transmission has been plagued by ransomware [+What you can do about it]

As previous cases have shown, when a popular app becomes infected with malicious code, the trust level of the loyal user base can free fall, and it's completely understandable. Something like this has happened to Transmission for Mac, which is the preferred BitTorrent client for millions of Apple users. Somehow, the...

How To: Disable Skype auto-start on Mac

Keeping Skype set to automatically launch when you start your Mac can be very useful as it will ensure others can reach you via Microsoft's service. However, as of the latest update, some users are experiencing problems with Skype's auto-start. The annoying problem consists of Skype popping up on the...

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Since loads of people refuse to abandon Windows Media Player but are still having problems with their subtitles, I figured I would make this guide...