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- How To Speed Up A Slow, Ageing iPhone Or iPad
- How To Turn An Old iPod Into A Recovery Drive For Your Mac
- How To Troubleshoot The Four Most Common 'Oh S**t' Mac Problems
- How To Use Git As A Running Sheet
- DIY Data Recovery Tricks For When Your Hard Drive Goes Belly Up
- Reduce The Burden Of Tech Support For Your Windows Applications
Generally, uninstalling an application in Windows is as easy as using the built-in Control Panel utility. You’ve heard us recommend third-party uninstallers like Revo before, but when are they really necessary? Our friends at the How-To Geek explain when it’s worth using a more aggressive uninstaller.
Apple is widely rumoured to announce a new iPhone next week, and some of you may be tempted to shell out for the newest model — especially if your old beater is acting slow, crashing and generally misbehaving. Here are a few ways to speed it up so you can avoid spending money on the upgrade.
Our favourite to-do list app, Wunderlist, has had some syncing issues over the past few months. Luckily, they’re very easy to fix. Here’s how.
If you have an old iPod sitting around collecting dust, you might as well get some use out of it. One way to do that is to turn it into a bootable drive where you can troubleshoot, test out other operating systems, or simply run a few quick programs in another OS without wasting space on your hard drive. Here’s how to do it.
PC troubleshooting and reporting tool Soluto is taking all the information on its users’ crashes, blue screens of death and long boot times to report which laptops perform the best. If you need help knowing which which laptops are the least problematic for users, Soluto is the way to go.
Windows: Reboot Restore RX is a free utility that makes restore points and session saves every time you reboot your computer. If you run into problems, you can restore your system settings to the last time you rebooted and get up and running again quickly.