Although rarely done, you may have to rename a Folder on your Desktop (or even in the Finder) from time to time. This can be done quickly and easily. Here’s how: 1. Move the Mouse over the name of the folder that you wish to rename. 2. Single click on the name until it becomes highlighted. 3. Start typing the new name of the Folder. 4. Press [ENTER] when finished. 5. That’s it.
“Netflix has made its content available in 4K for some time now, but Mac users have been left out of that particular party,” Joseph Keller writes for iMore. “However, it’s now possible to enjoy Ultra HD Netflix content on your Mac, even if you can’t do so on macOS. Confused? I’ll explain.” “Right now, the only way to watch Netflix in 4K on a desktop or laptop is through Windows,” Keller writes. “The good news is you can run Windows on your Mac through Bootcamp or virtual machine software like Parallels or VMWare Fusion… Watching Netflix in 4K on a Click Here to Read more
As with anything that runs on rechargeable batteries, an iOS device has so many recharge cycles until its battery needs to be replaced by an Apple Genius or an authorized Apple repair establishment. Fortunately, Apple has made it easy to check this. Just do the following steps: Go to Settings > Battery. If the Battery needs replacing, you’ll see the graphic that’s included with this article. That’s it.
Now that Apple has two new three new iPhones available, one maybe wondering how to get their information (including photos, contacts, etc.) from one iPhone to another. Their are two ways users can do this, and we’ll show you both. 1. Via iTunes: The below process is the same for both Mac and Windows. Plug in your old iPhone into a computer. Launch iTunes (if necessary). Find the iPhone icon either on the left side, or inside a button on the top of the window. Click on it. Select the SUMMARY option. In the BACKUP section, click the BACK UP NOW button. Wait for Click Here to Read more