USB Restricted Mode is a security feature in recent versions of iOS that automatically disables the Lightning port when your iPhone hasn’t been unlocked in more than an hour. This helps protect you from hackers, but it also interferes with legitimate Lightning accessories like CarPlay. For those who value flexibility more than potential security, here’s how to turn off USB Restricted Mode.
When you open a game’s page in the Xbox Store, it will start to automatically play a video of the game’s trailer or clips. While some may like this feature, most find autoplaying videos distracting. Thankfully, you can turn off Xbox Store autoplay videos on the Xbox One. Here’s how.
Safari 12, included with macOS Mojave and iOS 12 (and available as an update for older versions of macOS) adds support for favicons. Here’s how to enable them.
Your Creative Cloud subscription gives you access to the latest versions of Adobe’s apps, but sometimes you want to use an older version of Photoshop, Illustrator, or Premiere for reasons of compatibility or simply personal preference. Here’s how to install older versions of Creative Cloud apps in macOS and Windows.
This article is all about one of the little-known options within Mail on the iPhone and iPad: drawing right within a message you’re composing and sending your artwork along to your recipient. We’ve got the details on this fun feature!
If you need to uninstall Adobe’s Creative Cloud on your Mac (as opposed to a single app within it), how do you do so? It’s not hard—there’s a built-in program for it! We’ll tell you how to access that, and heck, we’ll even tell you how to uninstall a single Adobe program if that’s what you’re looking for.
Windows 10 can’t open HEIC files by default, but there are a few solutions for both converting HEIC files to JPEG or adding native HEIC support to Windows 10 itself. Here’s a look at how it works.
Recent iPhones save camera pictures as HEIC files instead of JPEG. This new format is more efficient, which means you can save even more photos and videos on your iPhone, but it’s not compatible with every device and operating system, including older Macs. Here’s how to configure your iPhone to shoot JPEGs again for better compatibility.
If you signed up for the iOS 12 beta just to get an early look at Apple’s latest mobile operating system, you may want to switch back to the regular non-beta software releases now that iOS 12 has reached public release. Here’s how to leave the iOS beta program on your iPhone or iPad so that you won’t continue to receive beta updates.