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Apple iPhone Update Moved the Safari Search Bar; Here’s How to Revert

July 25, 2022

Posted in: Apple, Tech Tips

On September 20, 2021, Apple released its updated iOS 15. Among its new features was the change in the position of the Safari browser search bar. Before the upgrade, Safari's search bar was positioned at the top of the browser, resembling the standard desktop view. iOS 15’s Safari’s search bar relocation is one of the...

Simple Steps for Setting Up Apple Watch’s Blood Oxygen Feature

Posted in: Apple, Tech Tips

A woman looking at her apps on an Apple Watch Apple’s latest iterations of the Apple Watch series come with a built-in pulse oximeter — a sensor that can measure blood oxygen saturation. Oxygen saturation indicates how much oxygen is reaching the organs in the body and provides insights into your overall fitness. This feature is beneficial to people with cardiovascular and respiratory problems like...

How to Reopen the Last Closed Tab In Any Browser

Posted in: Google/Chrome, Tech Tips

Whether you're using a Windows or Mac computer,  you can recover closed non-incognito tabs on any browser. Check out these four quick methods: Using Keyboard Shortcuts On Chrome, you can use keyboard shortcuts to reopen closed tabs. This is, by far, the fastest and easiest method as you can recover tabs by combining special keys....

How to use the Migration Assistant in Mac OS

Posted in: Apple, Tech Tips

Macbook on a wooden desk with a cup of coffee next to it Getting a new MacBook comes with the challenge of moving precious data from your old Mac. A quick way to overcome this is to use the macOS Migration Assistant, a built-in app designed to transfer files, applications, and any data you have from your old Mac to a new one. With this tool, you won’t...

Back to Basics: Microsoft Word

Posted in: Microsoft or Windows, Mobile, Tech Tips, Working Remotely

Dropbox logo Microsoft Word is that old, trusted friend we have all had to rely on at one time or another. It is suited to a wide variety of tasks and document types and is often included as a mainstay of the Microsoft Office Suite that many businesses rely on. Odds are that you are one of...

How to use Dropbox Selective Sync

Posted in: Mobile, Tech Tips, Working Remotely

Dropbox logo Dropbox cloud storage service helps you keep files safe so they are always available when you need them. You can sync files across devices linked to your account and access them whenever you like. Dropbox syncs all your folders, including large media files and personal files, using Smart Sync. If you use Dropbox at home...

Understanding OneDrive icons

Posted in: Apple, Microsoft or Windows, Mobile, Tech Tips, Working Remotely

OneDrive Icon Microsoft OneDrive is a low-cost, user-friendly cloud storage utility that allows you to save space on your computer. The app is available on macOS, Windows, Android, and Web platforms. We explain OneDrive icons for Windows, Mac, Android, and Web versions below. This is a guide for understanding what the many OneDrive icons are trying to...

How to Add Text to PDFs Using Microsoft Edge’s New PDF Editor

Posted in: Microsoft or Windows, Tech Tips

Microsoft Edge, the successor to Internet Explorer, now has options for working with text. The browser has a built-in PDF viewer that allows you to open, read and edit PDF files directly in the browser. PDFs are not editable by default, so that PDF editing would require a simple PDF editing software like Acrobat Reader....

Yoink — An Easier Way to Move Files Around Your Mac

Posted in: Apple, Tech Tips

Yoink is an app for Macs that allows you to drag and drop files onto a temporary holding area to move them between applications. The app helps you stay organized as you work with files on your Mac. Yoink is like a virtual shelf where you can temporarily drop pictures, text selections, apps, and other...

An Easy Alternative to Scrolling Webpages: Spacebar

Posted in: Internet/Social Media, Tech Tips

Scrolling up and down can sometimes be annoying when scrolling webpages, especially with the mouse or touchpad. However, there's an alternative to scrolling with a mouse, for which you don't even need the mouse. It's the spacebar on your keyboard! Normally, you would use the scrollbar in the browser, scroll heel on your mouse, or...