Setting up Windows 10 for IoT on your Raspberry Pi 2 – Scott Hanselman

http://www.hanselman.com/blog/ Setting up Windows 10 for IoT on your Raspberry Pi 2 This week at the BUILD conference in San Francisco Microsoft released the first preview of Windows 10 IoT (Internet of Things) for Raspberry Pi 2 (as well as other lovely devices like the Intel Galileo and MinnowBoard Max). First, as I mentioned in February the Raspberry Pi 2 […]

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11 System Preferences tricks every Mac owner should know

http://www.idownloadblog.com/2016/02/23/tricks-system-preferences-mac/ 11 System Preferences tricks every Mac owner should know System Preferences, a built-in OS X application analogous to Settings on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, lets you customize the Mac to your liking. You can, for example, adjust the size and location of the Dock, change your desktop background, set your computer’s clock to a different time zone, add or remove user accounts, dive […]

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How to Convert Live Photos to Animated GIFs on iPhone with a Free App

http://osxdaily.com/2016/02/22/convert-live-photos-to-animated-gifs-iphone-app/ How to Convert Live Photos to Animated GIFs on iPhone with a Free App Live Photos are a great new feature for the iPhone camera, and while you can easily share them with other iPhone and iPad users or to a Mac, they come across as little movies unless the user has Live Photo compatible iPhone. Mysteriously missing is […]

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How to get started using Raspberry Pi

http://www.imore.com/how-get-started-using-raspberry-pi How to get started using Raspberry Pi Get the basics for setting up Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi is a mini computer that was specifically created to make tech learning easier. It has a lot of components for computer-based projects, like USB ports, an ethernet port, an SD card slot, Wi-Fi antenna ports, and more. It does not come […]

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How to Reinstall OS X on a Mac

http://osxdaily.com/2016/02/09/howto-reinstall-os-x-mac-recovery/ How to Reinstall OS X on a Mac Though we’d all rather everything works as intended with our Macs, occasionally something goes really haywire and OS X becomes either royally messed up or unusable. In these circumstances, sometimes the only solution to get things working again is to reinstall OS X system software (or, if you have a recent […]

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How to move Photos library to a separate drive

http://www.idownloadblog.com/2016/02/08/how-to-move-photos-library-to-external-drive/ How to move Photos library to a separate drive In addition to moving your multi-gigabyte iTunes library to an external drive, a significant amount of Mac storage space can be freed up by moving your photo libraries onto a separate drive. If you take a lot of pictures with a DSLR camera or your iOS devices and import them in Photos, you’ll […]

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How to Read a Message Without Sending Read Receipt on iPhone with 3D Touch

http://osxdaily.com/2016/02/05/read-message-without-sending-read-receipt-3d-touch-iphone/ How to Read a Message Without Sending Read Receipt on iPhone with 3D Touch The iOS Messages app defaults to sending what is called a “read receipt” when an iMessage is opened and read within the application. That Read Receipt feature can be helpful for some conversations but it’s not always desired for every message, and though disabling Read […]

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AirDrop Not Showing Up in iOS Control Center? This is the Easy Fix

http://osxdaily.com/2016/02/01/fix-airdrop-not-showing-up-ios/ AirDrop Not Showing Up in iOS Control Center? This is the Easy Fix AirDrop is a great file sharing protocol for iOS and OS X that allows users to quickly and easily send files, photos, contacts, and other data back and forth between iPhones, iPads, iPod touch, and Mac OS X. But sometimes AirDrop doesn’t show up at all […]

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