Windows 11 22H2 upgrade block partially lifted on computers affected by performance issues in games

Windows 11 22H2 upgrade block partially lifted on computers affected by performance issues in games

A few weeks ago, Microsoft confirmed that the Windows 11 22H2 update was causing performance issues in some games, and that it had blocked the upgrade on impacted systems. One of these […]

Telegram for desktop does not autoplay GIFs and videos

Telegram for desktop does not autoplay GIFs and videos after latest update

Telegram for desktop was updated to 4.3.2 yesterday. The new version seems to have broken the autoplay functionality for GIFs and videos. Telegram for desktop does not autoplay GIFs and videos I […]

Users claim that iCloud for Windows is showing photos from strangers in their library

Users claim that iCloud for Windows is showing photos from strangers in their library

iCloud for Windows reportedly has some major problems. Some users have alleged that the app is showing photos from strangers in their library. iCloud for Windows is displaying images from random people […]

Microsoft's SwiftKey is back on the iOS App Store

Microsoft's SwiftKey is back on the iOS App Store

Microsoft's SwiftKey is back on the iOS App Store. The popular keyboard app is available on Apple's storefront out of the blue, after a month-long hiatus. SwiftKey for iOS is back In […]

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25247 recommended websites in the Start menu

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25247 brings some controversial changes to the Start Menu and Suggested Actions

Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25247 for users in the Dev Channel. The update adds some new features, including a few that were introduced in the Beta channel last […]

Netflix's new feature lets you remove specific devices from your account remotely

Netflix's new feature lets you remove specific devices from your account remotely

Netflix Profile Transfer began rolling out to users in October, allowing them to migrate their shared profile to a new account. Now, the streaming service has introduced some new settings to manage […]

Apple's adds support for Emergency SOS via Satellite to the iPhone 14 series

Apple has announced that Emergency SOS via Satellite is now available for the iPhone 14 series. The company had revealed the feature during the iOS 16 launch event, but it wasn't ready […]

WhatsApp now lets you message yourself

WhatsApp now lets you message yourself, and adds a way to link Android tablets

WhatsApp has been adding many useful features to its instant messaging app. The beta version has been updated to allow users to send messages to themselves. WhatsApp now lets you message yourself […]

Total Cookie Protection Firefox for Android

Total Cookie Protection is now available in Firefox for Android

Mozilla is set to release Firefox 107 for Android devices tomorrow. The update adds support for the enhanced anti-tracking feature, Total Cookie Protection. (Image via Mozilla) Total Cookie Protection in Firefox for […]

Microsoft Photos app iCloud Photos

Microsoft Photos app with iCloud Photos integration is now available for all users

Microsoft added support for iCloud Photos in the Windows 11's Photos app for some users in the Dev Channel last month. This feature is now out of beta, it is available for […]

Windows 11 Beta Search in Task Manager

Windows 11 Beta Build 22623.891 enables the search bar in the Task Manager

Microsoft has released two more beta versions of Windows 11 this week. Windows 11 Beta Build 22623.891 brings a search bar to the Task Manager. Search bar in Task Manager The search […]

Apple releases macOS Ventura 13.0.1, iOS 16.1.1 and iPadOS 16.1.1 to patch two security issues

Apple releases macOS Ventura 13.0.1, iOS 16.1.1 and iPadOS 16.1.1 to patch two security issues

Apple has released the macOS Ventura 13.0.1, iOS 16.1.1 and iPadOS 16.1.1 for all users. The updates patch two security vulnerabilities in the operating systems. What's new in macOS Ventura 13.0.1, iOS […]

Gmail's new interface is now the standard experience for all users

Gmail's new interface is now the standard experience for all users, with no option to go back to the old design

Google has made the new Gmail interface the standard experience for all users. The Silicon Valley mogul revealed the redesigned UI at the start of 2022, before rolling it out to users […]

Access Windows Studio effects from Quick Settings in Windows 11

Microsoft adds a shortcut to access Studio effects from Quick Settings in Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22623.885

Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22621.885 and 22623.885 to the Beta Channel. The latter is rolling out with some new features, including a new way to access the Studio […]

Telegram update brings Topics in Groups

Telegram update brings Topics in Groups, improved night mode on iOS and more

WhatsApp improved the experience for groups in an app update that was announced last week. Telegram is bringing some improvements of its own for large groups. Telegram Topics in Groups The instant […]

Google Play Games for PC beta

Google Play Games for PC is now available in the U.S, Canada and 6 more Countries

Google is expanding support Play Games for PC to 8 more Countries. The platform, which was announced nearly a year ago, was designed to allow Windows users to play Android games on […]

WhatsApp Communities are rolling out to users

WhatsApp Communities are rolling out to users along with 32 person video calling, in-chat polls, and larger groups

In April this year, WhatsApp revealed that it was building a way for large groups of people to discuss things through its instant messaging service. It's here, WhatsApp Communities are now rolling […]

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25236

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25236 displays tips about how to use Windows Search

Users in the Dev Channel can now update their PC to Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25236. The latest update displays tips on how to use Windows Search, improves the Microsoft Store […]

EU passes new Digital Markets Act to force Apple to allow third-party stores and sideloading apps on iOS

EU passes new Digital Markets Act will force Apple to allow third-party stores and sideloading apps on iOS

In May 2022, we reported that the European Union will introduce a Digital Markets Act (DMA) that will force Apple to allow installation of iOS apps from third-party sources. The new law […]

Google Chrome now lets you compare search results from the sidebar

Google Chrome now lets you compare search results from the sidebar

Google updated its Chrome browser to version 107 a few days ago. It fixed some security issues, and brought a couple of new features, including a way to compare search results directly […]

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25231

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25231 enables the Tablet-optimized taskbar on all supported devices

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25231 is now available for users in the Dev Channel. This build fixes some bugs, and enables the Tablet-optimized taskbar on all supported devices What's new in […]

macOS 13 Ventura Notes app create a smart folder

Here are the new features in the Notes app in macOS 13 Ventura

macOS 13 Ventura, which was released this week, brought a wide range of improvements across the operating system.  Let's see what the new features were added in the Notes app. What's new […]

How to enable Stage Manager in macOS 13 Ventura

We take a closer look at Stage Manager in macOS 13 Ventura, here's how to use it

Apple released macOS 13 Ventura this week. One of the biggest changes that it brings is Stage Manager. Let's take a closer look at the multitasking feature, and learn how to use […]

macOS 13 Ventura first start

macOS 13 Ventura has been released - Here's what's new in it

Apple has released macOS 13 Ventura after about 5 months of testing. We take a look at all the new features that are available in the latest software update. What's new in […]

Pocket Casts apps for Android and iOS are now open source

Pocket Casts mobile apps for Android and iOS are now open source

Pocket Casts has announced that its apps for Android and iOS are now open source. The podcast player app debuted in 2010, it was available as a premium offering with a $3.99 […]

Apple will start displaying ads on the App Store from October 25th

Apple will start displaying ads on the App Store from October 25th

Remember when we said Apple could start displaying ads on your devices? It's happening, the company is rolling out ads to some sections of the App Store. Earlier this year, Apple announced […]

How to enable the Task Manager shortcut in the Taskbar context menu in Windows 11

How to enable the Task Manager shortcut in the Taskbar context menu in Windows 11

A few days ago, a cumulative update called KB5019509 was rolled out to Windows 11 22H2.  It brought a few interesting changes, including a Tabbed File Explorer, Suggested Actions, Taskbar Overflow and […]

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25227 new Widgets board header position

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25227 ships to the Dev Channel with some changes to the Widgets, Start and Microsoft Store

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25227 has been released to the Dev Channel. Microsoft is testing some changes in the Widgets panel, the Start Menu and the Store app. What's new Windows […]

How to add a custom add-on collection in Firefox Beta for Android

Firefox Beta for Android now supports custom add-on collections

Mozilla has updated Firefox Beta for Android to version 107.0 b1. The new version adds support for custom add-on collections. If you are using Firefox on your phone, you are probably aware […]

DuckDuckGo for Mac is now available for all users

DuckDuckGo for Mac is now available for everyone, it comes with Duck Player for blocking YouTube ads

DuckDuckGo for Mac is now available for all users. The browser was released in April this year in a closed beta in invite-only basis. It's still in beta phase, but now you […]

How to use Netflix Profile Transfer

Netflix is rolling out Profile Transfer; an option to move a shared profile to a new account

Netflix has announced the availability of a new feature called Profile Transfer. The option allows users who are sharing their account with other people, to move a a shared profile to a […]

SearchPreview for Firefox and Chrome is being discontinued, it will be replaced by a new add-on called Search Result Previews

The popular add-on SearchPreview is being discontinued this month. But it already has a replacement called Search Result Previews. What happened to SearchPreview? For those unaware, this is a nifty little plugin […]

Netflix Basic with Ads

Netflix Basic with Ads is launching in November, will cost $6.99 per month

Netflix has announced its ad-supported plan, it's called Basic with Ads.  The new plan is launching next month and costs $7, as expected. Netflix Basic with Ads  Features and limitations The company […]

Steam sign in with qr code

Steam mobile app update brings a new UI, sign in with QR code

The new Steam mobile app for Android and iOS is here. The version 3.0 update for the app brings a redesigned UI and a few additional features. Steam mobile app with new […]

Microsoft is adding support for iCloud Photos in Windows 11's Photos app

Microsoft is adding support for iCloud Photos in Windows 11's Photos app; Apple TV and Apple Music apps are coming to PCs next year

Windows 11's Photos app is gaining support for iCloud Photos in the Dev Channel. The announcement was made at Microsoft's Surface event, when the Redmond company introduced its new lineup of devices. […]

Microsoft enables File Explorer tabs for all users in Windows 11 Build 22621.675 Release Preview

File Explorer tabs are now available for all users in Windows 11 Build 22621.675 Release Preview

Microsoft has announced the availability of Windows 11 Build 22621.675 in the Release Preview Channel of the Insider Program. It enables the much awaited File Explorer Tabs experience for all users, along […]

Facebook has identified over 400 malicious Android and iOS apps that stole user logins

Facebook has identified over 400 malicious Android and iOS apps that stole user logins

Meta has identified over 400 malicious apps on Android and iOS that were used to steal the login information of Facebook users. The social media company has published a report to share […]

Twitter is preventing users from taking screenshots on iOS

Twitter is preventing users from taking screenshots on iOS, and wants them to share links instead

Twitter is testing a way to prevent users from capturing screenshots via its mobile app. The limitation has been reported by a few users over the weekend. Twitter is preventing iOS users […]

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25217 new video call chat microsoft teams

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25217 adds support for developers to test 3rd party widgets

Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25217 to the Dev Channel. The Redmond company is introducing support for developers to test 3rd party widgets. Image courtesy: Microsoft What's new in […]

Hyperkey for macOS goes freeware

Hyperkey for macOS goes freeware

Hyperkey for macOS has gone freeware. The app debuted last year as a premium software which had a price tag of $4.99.  Hyperkey for maCOS Let's start with a basic question. What […]