Apple's Safari web browser tends to get a bum rap because it's a pretty boring and comes with every Mac, but over the years Apple has quietly made it pretty useful. Plus, Safari is much more popular than you'd think. If you're reading this in Safari right now, here's how to get the most out of your experience.
Although I'm a multi-platform user - I flip between a Mac, iOS on an iPad Pro and a Windows 10 system - my days as a Windows power user are probably behind me. So I'm still discovering features that many people would know about. One of those is Windows Hello which allows you to complete secure authentication through facial recognition.
Dear Lovehacker, Let me preface this by saying I am not an attractive man. And I mean that in all senses. I'm fat, ugly, self-loathing, milquetoast, and have absolutely no confidence. I'm in my mid 30s and have long ago (mostly) made peace with the fact that I will never have a fulfilling love or sex life.
So anyway I met "L" a few years ago and we became close friends. Smart, funny, sweet, kind and beautiful. She also has a fiancé, "J", who's a pretty great guy and I regularly hang out with both of them. (You can see where this is going, right?)
I'm one of those people whose stress level is directly related to how messy my apartment is, especially my kitchen (because that's where the most mess happens). But, I'd also rather binge watch Parks & Rec than clean. So, I decided to give the SOSD method a try and see if it strikes the balance between clean and fast.
Scarcely a day passes when I don't receive a report from some analyst or research organisation informing me of how a new product has saved a bunch of companies a massive sum of money, or how a product has been identified as a leader or innovator in their chosen market niche. But can we trust these reports?