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- How To Go Hands-Free With Siri In MacOS Sierra
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The Google Play Store Is Now Included In Chrome OS And Gives You Access To Android Apps On Your Chromebook
Chrome: The Chrome OS version that packs in the Google Play Store has left beta and is now officially on Chromebooks. The new feature allows you to load up any Android app you want on your Chromebook.
Long commutes might seem like the perfect time to relax and indulge in a pleasurable activity like reading a book, listening to music or podcasts, or even taking a nap, but you’re actually better off thinking about work. A recent study suggests you can make your transit time more bearable and lower your stress levels if you do.
We all have days where our motivation falls flat. Just the thought of getting started with your work is overwhelming. If you need to get the gears turning, you can motivate yourself simply by making a choice, big or small.
Picture-in-picture video is a cool feature of macOS Sierra, but only a small handful of videos online seem to support it. One big one that’s missing is YouTube. However, iDownloadBlog points out you can force a video into Picture-in-picture with a double right-click.
If you want to do a clean install of macOS Sierra, or you have multiple Macs to install it on, then a bootable flash drive is your best bet. Here’s how to make one.
There’s an insidious quirk to your brain that, if you let it, can drive you absolutely batty. Tell me if this sounds familiar to you: You get anxious about confronting somebody in your life. That anxiety cripples you and you start wondering why you’re so anxious. Now you’re becoming anxious about being anxious. Oh no! Doubly anxious! Now you’re anxious about your anxiety, which is causing more anxiety. Quick, where’s the whiskey?
Mac: If you just upgraded to macOS Sierra and your Dropbox app is acting up, you’re not alone. Even with the latest version of the app, some users are experiencing strange behaviour — error messages, confusing syncing icons and so on. Here’s what you can do to mitigate the annoyances.