How to reset a Garmin watch: Learn to perform a soft reboot, a factory reset and restore original settings

Your Garmin watch may be a very reliable companion, but there’s still a small chance you’ll need to perform a reset of some kind every now and again. As with all connected gadgets, however, there are different kinds of reset at your disposal – and we’ll cover them all below in this guide. They include […]

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How to disable Quick Settings and Notifications flyouts on Windows 11 2022 Update

On Windows 11 (opens in new tab), the Quick Settings and Notification Center flyouts allow users to quickly check missed notifications and manage essential features (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, etc.).  Although these are useful features, they allow users to make unwanted system changes and add unnecessary distractions. Whatever the reason it might be, the Windows 11 2022 […]

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What’s new with the Settings app on Windows 11 2022 Update

Windows 11 2022 Update (version 22H2) comes with an updated version of the Settings app that includes a slew of visual changes, new features, and improvements.  You will still need to use the legacy Control Panel to adjust some system settings in this release. However, the new version of the app ports even more legacy […]

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10 Settings to Check Out on iPhone 14 Pro

iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have started to arrive to customers around the world. For those who have upgraded to one of the devices, we have put together a list of 10 useful settings that are worth checking out below. Some of the settings are exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro models, […]

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Apple Releases Safari 16 With Tab Group Start Pages, Cross-Device Syncing for Website Settings, Strong Password Updates and More

Apple today released Safari 16, with the new update bringing some macOS Ventura features to macOS Monterey and macOS Big Sur while we wait for the October launch of the new operating system. Safari 16 includes Tab Group start pages, support for pinned tabs in Tab Groups, and Tabs in the sidebar. The update also […]

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Microsoft adds Xbox subscription settings to Windows 11 in latest Dev Channel build

What you need to know Windows 11 build 25193 is rolling out to Insiders in the Dev Channel. Today’s build features a new Xbox subscription page in the Settings app. There’s also a number of new fixes and enhancements to test. Microsoft has started rolling out a new Windows 11 preview build for Insiders in […]

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How to set different DNS settings on devices running Windows 11

When you connect to a network and the internet, the Domain Name System (DNS) address is essential to make accessing different websites and downloading files easier. Usually, you don’t have to worry about this configuration because it’s already provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). The problem is that these services are slow, unreliable, and, […]

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How to enable automatic brightness settings on Windows 11

On Windows 11, you can change the brightness of the screen manually, or you can let the system adjust the settings automatically, which also improves video playback visibility and battery life. The system provides two features to control brightness. If the device has an ambient light sensor, Windows 11 can regulate the brightness intensity based […]

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System Settings App in macOS Ventura Beta 5 Still Riddled With UI Issues

It seems Apple’s redesigned macOS Ventura System Settings app, which replaces the System Preferences found in macOS Monterey and earlier versions, is still not without its problems five betas in, as catalogued by developer Niki Tonsky on Twitter. For those unfamiliar with it, the new System Settings app looks more akin to the Settings app […]

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One UI 5.0 shows only five quick settings toggles, one less than earlier

Samsung recently released the first beta version of Android 13-based One UI 5.0 software for the Galaxy S22 series. The update does not bring a major UI overhaul, but it does bring one change that might Samsung users might not like. First spotted by 9To5Google, Samsung has removed one of the quick settings toggle slots from the notification tray. With One […]

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Craig Federighi Talks iOS 16 Lock Screen Redesign, macOS Ventura System Settings, and More at ‘The Talk Show Live’

Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, Craig Federighi, joined by Apple’s senior vice president of marketing, Greg Joswiak, have talked at length about iOS 16‘s lock screen redesign, iPadOS 16’s and macOS Ventura‘s new “Stage Manager” feature, gaming on the Mac, and more with Daring Fireball’s John Gruber. [embedded content] In this year’s WWDC […]

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SteamOS 3.2 update adds refresh rate settings, quieter fan curve to the Steam Deck

Got a Steam Deck? Lucky you. Anyway, if you haven’t already, you should install the SteamOS 3.2 update that just released, which quiets down the noisy fan and gives you more options to extend battery life along with other improvements. With version 3.2 the Steam Deck can be switched from the default 60Hz display refresh […]

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Customize the Start menu settings on Windows 11

Although the new Start menu on Windows 11 embraces a more straightforward layout design that drops the Live Tiles in favor of a more traditional app launcher and removes many of the legacy features, it’s still possible to customize various aspects of the experience through the Settings app. For example, you can control the items […]

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Block users from accessing the Settings app on Windows 11

On Windows 11, Settings is the application that allows users to personalize the experience and customize system settings (such as account, network, privacy, and language). Control Panel is similar to the Settings app, but it’s the classic experience that will continue to be available until all the legacy settings are ported to the Settings app. […]

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Customizing notifications settings on Windows 11

Source: Windows Central Windows 11 includes a notifications system that allows the system, apps, and websites to display banners in the bottom-right corner and Notification Center with important information, such as system alerts, unread messages, newly published articles from your favorite sites, and much more. Notifications can be helpful to keep us on top of […]

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Prevent users from changing specific settings on Windows 11

On Windows 11, the Settings app is quickly becoming a complete experience to customize the desktop and manage system settings. The only caveat is that since anyone can make system changes in the app, it can lead to potential misconfigurations. Although you could block access to the Settings app, Windows 11 includes multiple ways to […]

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Here are the best TV settings for Xbox Series X|S

Source: LG Electronics | Microsoft | CD Projekt RED Xbox Series X and Series S are two of the best gaming consoles you can buy today, and both of them support a greater number of advanced TV features and options than any previous generation. You can achieve an unparalleled gaming and visual experience on Xbox […]

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macOS Monterey 12.3 Beta 3 Makes Accessing Universal Control Settings Easier

In the third beta of macOS Monterey that Apple released to developers today, there is a small Universal Control update that is designed to make it easier to access the various ‌Universal Control‌ settings that you might need when using the feature to control multiple Macs and iPads with a single mouse/trackpad and keyboard. If […]

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