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How to Make WhatsApp Video or Voice Calls on Mac & PC

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A lot of WhatsApp users make use of the desktop client to stay connected and respond to text messages while they’re using their computers. And the latest versions of WhatsApp can also make video calls and voice calls as well, right from a Mac or Windows PC by using the desktop app.

Video calling is considered as an essential feature nowadays as a lot of people use it for organizing classes, online meetings, family gatherings, and more. Sure, it’s super convenient to make video calls on your iPhone using WhatsApp, but in a professional work environment,…

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How to Install macOS Big Sur in VirtualBox on Windows

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Are you interested in running macOS Big Sur or Monterey from a Windows PC? If you don’t want to spend money on a Mac, you can use a virtual machine and still try out macOS, thanks to VirtualBox.

Before you start making assumptions, this is not a super-complicated Hackintosh setup. Instead, you will be running VirtualBox natively on your Windows computer and installing macOS as a guest operating system within VirtualBox. Unlike a Hackintosh, you don’t need any special hardware to get macOS up and running on your computer. With VirtualBox, you can install…

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How to Restore HomePod Mini with Mac or PC

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Is your HomePod Mini not working? Whether HomePod is not responding at all no matter what you’ve tried, or is apparently bricked, you can try restarting, resetting, or even restoring your HomePod Mini to get it to work.

Unlike the regular HomePod, the HomePod Mini comes with a USB-C charging cable, meaning you can potentially connect it to your computer’s USB-C port. While it cannot be used to transfer content, your computer can be used to restore your HomePod’s software to factory defaults, which may be useful if you’re not able to find your device in…

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How to Unhide Purchases Using iTunes on PC

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Have you hidden any downloaded apps on your iPhone or iPad, and now you want to access those from iTunes?

First of all, we’d like to point out that we’re not talking about hiding and unhiding apps from the home screen of your iOS or macOS device. That is completely different. We’re talking about hiding purchased apps from iTunes and the App Store. Here, we’ll be discussing about the apps that you’ve prevented from showing up in your list of purchases or your family member’s purchases.

Since a fair number of iPhone and iPad users have and use…

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Where to Find Minecraft Saved Game Files on Mac & Windows

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If you or a loved one are a Minecraft user, you may be interested in tracking down game save files on a Mac or Windows PC.


Saved game files can be relevant if you’re looking to manually back them up, store them in a cloud service for use on multiple devices, sharing with others, amongst other purposes. With the amount of time many people invest into Minecraft, the saved game data is rather important. So, let’s dig into where these files are located on Mac and PC.

Minecraft Save Game Files Location on Mac OS

On all versions of MacOS and Mac OS X, you can…

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How to Screen Share with Google Meet on Mac (or Windows)

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If you use Google Meet for group video chat and video calling, you might be interested in knowing that you can also screen share through Google Meet.

Like most other Google Meet features, screen sharing is easy to use and quite convenient, and while we’re focusing on using this from a Mac, it works basically the same on Windows too.

Whether it’s for personal, business, work, school, a presentation, or just for fun, read on to learn how to use Screen Sharing with Google Meet on your next video call.

You’ll need the Chrome browser and a Google login to be…

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How to Use Google Meet on Mac for Group Video Calls

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Google Meet offers a free and convenient way to make group video calls, and you can make and join those calls directly from your Mac using a web browser.

We’ll be covering using Google Meet on the Mac here, but it works basically the same to use Google Meet in Windows too.

Video calling services have grown exponentially in popularity, and Google Meet can be considered as a worthy alternative to popular services like Zoom Meetings, FaceTime, Skype, Facebook, amongst the myriad others. Google Meet is more of a business-oriented solution for setting up…

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How to Turn Off Tab Hover Card Previews in Chrome

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Chrome users may be interested in disabling the tab hover previews that pop-up as you hover the cursor over browser tabs. This feature can be nice for some, but distracting for others.

We’ll show you how to disable those tab hover thumbnail previews (or Tab Hover Cards, as Chrome refers to them) in Chrome on Mac and other platforms too.

If you were happy about disabling Safari tab previews on Mac you’ll probably be equally excited about turning these off for Chrome as well.

How to Disable Tab Hover Previews in Chrome

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How to Access Windows Shared Folders from iPhone & iPad

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Do you want to access specific files and folders on your Windows computer right from your iPhone or iPad? Thanks to the built-in Files app, it’s fairly simple and straightforward to connect to SMB file servers which includes shared Windows folders on a network.

This feature was added to the Files app in modern iOS and iPadOS releases, so if you’re running a version older than 13 you won’t find this option available on your device. Aside from that, you can take advantage of it as long as you’re sharing folders from your Windows computer on a local…

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