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4 Ways on How You Can Share Your Mac's Screen With Another Mac
If you've come to this article, you're probably wondering how you can share your Mac's screen with another Mac. Perhaps you need to do a presentation or explain something using your Mac's screen. No matter what's the reason, you can easily share your screen with any other Mac. You'll be surprised by how simple and quick the process is.
How to Use and Manage Voice Control on Your Mac
Would it be amazing to be able to fully control your device with only your voice? Well, you can. To its users, Apple has introduced the Voice Control feature, which allows you to navigate your device and apps, dictate and edit text, and much more. It's available on all your primary Apple devices such as iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Find out how you can fix your folders reverting to read-only
Windows has a read-only option that a user can set or is set automatically by the system to protect file integrity. Many users have complained that they can’t remove the read-only attribute because the files and folders revert to read-only. It’s been argued that this problem first appeared after a Windows 10 update. Fortunately, you don’t have to wait until Microsoft fixes the read-only bug because you can fix it using the methods we have provided below.
What you should do if Windows Media Player cannot burn some of the files
When it comes to burning files using Windows Media Player, the “Windows Media Player cannot burn some of the files” error is the most common. It’s also difficult to determine what causes this error. This article will explain some of the most common causes and provide you with ways on how to fix this error.
Want to find out how much VRAM you have? Read the article to find out how
VRAM or video RAM refers to random access memory (RAM) dedicated to storing image data for a computer’s display. VRAM ensures smooth execution of graphics display, particularly in applications that display complex image textures or render 3D structures. Many want to know how much VRAM their graphics card has, and this article will show you how you can check that.
Steam Client Bootstrapper causes high CPU usage? Read the article on how to fix it
The Steam Client Bootstrapper is a background application for downloading and installing updates and replacing missing files. The problem with this app is that it may start using an unreasonable amount of your CPU’s processing power when it’s not downloading anything. This article will explain the causes for this behavior and provide you with several ways to fix this problem.
Here are two ways you can enable Full-screen mode in Google Chrome
Google Chrome is a staple web browser that, as of November 2020, had around 70% of the worldwide browser market share on personal computers. Chrome’s popularity is well-deserved as the browser is smooth, offers a clean interface, reliable connectivity, and an extensive selection of extensions. Chrome also provides a useful full-screen mode. Many users want to know how to enable Chrome’s full-screen mode on Windows computers, and this article will explain how you can do that.
Here’s how you can fix Microsoft Defender Remediation Incomplete
Today, all versions of Windows 10 come with a built-in antimalware program called Windows Defender. Windows Defender has been around for more than a decade but is still plagued with various interface bugs, and the “Remediation incomplete” is an excellent example of one. Many users have encountered the “Remediation incomplete,” and this article will explain the cause for this error and how you can fix it yourself.
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