How to Open All Images Into One Window in Preview for Mac

How to Open All Images Into One Window in Preview for Mac

If you open multiple images into Preview on a Mac with some regularity, you may notice that sometimes pictures are grouped into single windows, and sometimes images are opened independently each into separate unique windows. If you’d rather all images be opened into a single window of Preview app on the Mac (or into unique…

How to Scan QR Codes with iPhone or iPad in iOS 11

How to Scan QR Codes with iPhone or iPad in iOS 11

The iPhone and iPad now include native QR code reading built directly into the camera app, allowing you to scan QR codes quickly using an iOS device and without having to download any third party software. QR codes are commonly encountered in the outside world, they typically look like a square of some scattered pixelated…

How to Shut Down an iPhone or iPad Without Using the Power Button

How to Shut Down an iPhone or iPad Without Using the Power Button

Have you ever wondered how to turn off an iPhone or iPad? If so, you’re not alone. While most users keep their iOS devices turned on all the time, sometimes users may need to power down a device completely, be it for storage, shipping, to preserve battery life, or whatever other reason. The latest versions…

How to Enable Offload Unused Apps in iOS to Save Storage Space Automatically

How to Enable Offload Unused Apps in iOS to Save Storage Space Automatically

If you frequently run out of storage space on an iPhone or iPad, you will appreciate a new feature in iOS that automatically saves storage for you. Called Offload Unused Apps, the toggle allows the iPhone or iPad to perform housekeeping and delete apps that have gone unused for a while, just as the name…

How to Refresh Updates in App Store for iOS 11

How to Refresh Updates in App Store for iOS 11

Keeping apps updated on an iPhone and iPad is generally a good idea, as app updates frequently include bug fixes, performance improvements, enhancements to compatibility, or even entirely new features to apps and games. iOS users can update apps by opening the App Store and going to the “Updates” tab, but sometimes an update may…

How to Actually Turn Off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth in iOS 11

How to Actually Turn Off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth in iOS 11

With iOS 11, the new Control Center toggles for turning off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth do not actually turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on an iPhone or iPad. Yes, you read that correctly. Instead, if you hit the buttons for disabling Wi-Fi or Bluetooth in Control Center, the iPhone or iPad will disconnect from wi-fi or…

How to Hide the iMessage App Icon Row in iOS 11 Messages for iPhone and iPad

How to Hide the iMessage App Icon Row in iOS 11 Messages for iPhone and iPad

The Messages screen in iOS 11 is busier than ever before, displaying a row of colorful icons and iMessage apps on the bottom of every conversation in Messages on iPhone and iPad. While some users will love the quick access to their gifs, message stickers and apps, not everyone is satisfied with having a row…

How to Clean Install MacOS High Sierra

How to Clean Install MacOS High Sierra

Some Mac users like to perform a clean install when a new operating system is released. Usually this is reserved for more advanced users, as a clean install means the hard drive is formatted and completely erased, removing the existing Mac operating system, and erasing all contents, data, files, applications – everything from the Mac…