Now that Microsoft Teams seems to have taken over many companies, people expect to know when you’re available or not. Set a custom status message so your colleagues know what you’re up to.[mai mult...]
Most of the world uses the Metric system, whereas the U.S. still uses the Imperial system of measurement. Depending on what you are used to, you may want to change the measurement unit in Microsoft PowerPoint. Here’s how.
While there’s a built-in option for changing the measurement unit in Microsoft Word, that’s not the case for PowerPoint. Microsoft PowerPoint actually uses the system of measurement that the computer it’s installed on uses, which means that you need to adjust your computer’s system settings—not PowerPoint’s.[mai mult...]
Privacy is a big topic when it comes to mobile devices. iPhones and iPads show little orange and green indicator icons when apps access the device’s camera or microphone. Here’s an Android app that can do the same. Like the LED light on a webcam, the iPhone and iPad show colored dots in the status bar when an app is accessing the camera or microphone. Android shows when apps are accessing your location, but it lacks these indicators.
The app we’ll be using to bring this functionality over to Android is called “Access Dots.” It mimics the colored dots that are present on iPhone and iPad. The app is easy to set up and gives you more information about what apps are doing in the background.[mai mult...]
Apple offers two different generations of Apple Pencil, which are compatible with different iPads. As both are battery powered, they are inevitably going to run out of juice. Here’s how to charge and check the battery percentage of your Apple Pencil.[mai mult...]
Safari prevents advertiser’s trackers from following you all over the web. It can also tell you which websites tried to collect data on you, and how many it’s blocked. Here’s how to generate your privacy report on Safari.[mai mult...]
As usual, Microsoft is slowly rolling out Windows 10’s October 2020 Update (20H2) to check for bugs. If your PC experiences a problem after installing the update, here’s how to roll back to your previous version of Windows 10.
You Only Have 10 Days!
Windows 10 only gives you ten days to uninstall big updates like the October 2020 Update. It does this by keeping the operating system files from the previous version of Windows 10 around. When you uninstall the update, Windows 10 will go back to whatever your previous system was running. This will probably be the May 2020 Update.
These old operating system files take up gigabytes of space. So, after ten days, Windows will automatically remove them. This saves disk space but prevents you from rolling back without reinstalling Windows 10 from scratch.[mai mult...]
Sometimes, you might want to copy your sent emails to another address without the recipient knowing. In Microsoft Outlook, you can set up rules for doing this. We’ll walk you through the process and share an important caveat.
Most people are familiar with the CC (carbon copy) option in their email program. CC’ing someone means you’re sending them a copy of the message. The other recipients can also see who’s been CC’ed.
There’s also a BCC (blind carbon copy) option. Anyone you BCC will be hidden from the other recipients, but he or she will be able to see the sender and the recipients.[mai mult...]
The iPad’s dock makes launching favorite apps and multitasking easy because you can access it from everywhere with a simple swipe. With just a few easy steps, you can add any app to the dock. Here’s how.
Why Use the Dock?
The dock is a collection of favorite app icons at the bottom of the screen that is available with a swipe across any app. With the dock, you can easily launch your favorite apps. It plays an essential role in iPadOS multitasking, too. When using an app, you can bring up the dock and drag a different app onto the screen for Split View or Slide Over functionality.
Depending on your settings, your iPad dock may also display recently used apps, which can be handy for quickly finding apps you use often. (If you prefer, you can turn off multitasking in the Settings app.)[mai mult...]
Jocurile sunt mai distractive atunci când se joacă cu prietenii. Pe Nintendo Switch, va trebui să adăugați pe cineva la lista de prieteni înainte de a putea juca un joc cu el. Iată cum să trimiteți și să primiți invitații de prietenie pe Switch.[mai mult...]
Terminal is a crucial part of any Linux system. It allows you to access your Linux systems through a shell. There are several terminal applications (technically called terminal emulators) on Linux.
Most of the desktop environments have their own implementation of the terminal. It may look different and may have different keyboard shortcuts.For example, Guake Terminal is extremely useful for power users and
provides several features you might not get in your distribution’s terminal by default.
You can install other terminals on your system and use it as default that opens up with the usual keyboard shortcut of Ctrl+Alt+T.Now the question comes, how do you change the default terminal in Ubuntu.
It doesn’t follow the standard way of changing default applications in Ubuntu then how to do it?