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Essential Apple Podcast 192: Disyenaekenwitamtalkinaboot?

Recorded September 28, 2020 This week, Nick, Jim and Simon are joined by Guy Serle from MyMac Podcast (and more) to talk about a number of things that caught their attention (and of course to go far off the piste …) It’s a longer show because some people just did not want to shut up! 😀 GIVEAWAYS & OFFERS Glenn …

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How to make Flash cards on your Mac

29.9.209:00 in the morning You can use Keynote on your Mac to create digital flashcards to study or ask others. Each slide can contain the question and answer, but you can use builds to display only the question first. You can shuffle these cards manually and also print them.

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Zoom 5.3 – TidBITS

Zoom has updated its eponymous video conferencing app to version 5.3 with improvements and bug fixes. The release ensures that deleting a meeting in the desktop client now deletes the calendar event in the synchronized calendar. allows you to use studio effects such as eyebrows, mustaches and beards, and lip color filters; rolls up closed captions when new subtitles are …

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What’s in the latest Firefox upgrade? UI and auto-fill fresheners

Last week, Mozilla updated Firefox to version 81, adding a new default theme for the browser, improving PDF skills, and automatically archiving credit card information. Engineers also patched six vulnerabilities, half of which marked “High”, Firefox’s second most serious label. Unlike many Firefox upgrades, version 81 did not resolve any critical issues. Firefox 81 can be downloaded for Windows, macOS …

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xStand 6.8.1 – Secure full screen browser for internet kiosks.

xStand is a browser designed to present online content or run web applications in a safe and stable way. Used mainly for public access terminals in museums or libraries, and xStand can also be used as a standard browser for all members of a company or organization. xStand allows you to restrict access to some websites, operating system, system settings, …

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Is there a way around paying $ 520 to replace a dead 128 GB drive

So macbookpro just shit in itself (flashing folder at startup) Took it into Apple, and since it was not a faulty cable connection, it was quoted $ 389 (+ $ 130 labor lmao) for a replacement of 128 GB. Now for PC ID you can replace this easily, but since Apple technology said ‘they need to be tailored for macbooks’, …

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MacVoices # 20223: Andy Affleck Updates Take Control of Podcasting (2)

In part 2 of our discussion on Take control of podcasting With author Andy Affleck, we get more in-depth with the pros and cons of recording and editing your podcast on an iPad or iPhone. The trade-offs between portability and connectivity, where Mac is superior, and how to bridge the two, are discussed. Andy also talks about who the audience …

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How do I add or remove suggestions when moving email folders?

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