When it’s finally time to get a new Wi-Fi router, there’s no need to panic. Whether you’ve switched internet service providers or you’ve decided to get something snappier, snazzier, and more reliable than whatever piece of plastic your ISP handed you, upgrading your router doesn’t have to be a headache. If you have a smart home like I do, you may be dreading the thought of … [Read more...] about How to replace your Wi-Fi router without disconnecting all your devices
Ubuntu shows your computer manufacturer logo in the startup animation screen since 20.04 LTS. User can however replace it with system logo. And, this simple tutorial will show you how. Most Linux’s boot animation screen is handled by Plymouth with specific theme. By editing the theme configuration file can do the trick to disable the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) … [Read more...] about Replace Manufacturer Logo in Ubuntu 22.04 | 22.10 Startup Screen
While at its September event, where Apple announced the latest iPhone 14 range, the company debuted a new video feature called Action mode. When selected, it enables you to capture incredibly smooth-looking video. Here is everything you need to know about it, including how Action mode works and which iPhone models support it. What is Apple's Action mode? Apple offers … [Read more...] about What is Apple’s Action Mode and how might it replace your GoPro?
Compromised passwords have been the biggest digital security vulnerability since the dawn of computing. Now, Apple wants to do away with the concept altogether. Although the concept of Passkeys has been known to the public since WWDC 2022, how Apple will implement the new standard has remained vague until this week. In an exclusive interview given to Tom’s Guide’s Mark … [Read more...] about Apple Aims to Replace Passwords for Good in iOS 16
Ubuntu 22.04 has better support for the low latency PipeWire multimedia framework. Here’s how to setup it for PulseAudio, ALSA, JACK and Bluetooth output. Firstly, Pipewire is pre-installed out-of-the-box, and runs as background service automatically. You may check it out by running command below in terminal: systemctl --user status pipewire … [Read more...] about How to Use PipeWire to replace PulseAudio in Ubuntu 22.04
It's happening whether you like it or not. What you need to know Google will migrate Workspace accounts from Hangouts to "Chat preferred" on March 22. The move is the last step in Google's phased migration, which began as early as 2019. The hangouts web portal will continue to function after the migration. Google is preparing to go through with the last step of … [Read more...] about Date set for Google Chat to replace classic Hangouts for Workspace
For users switching from macOS, there’s a GNOME Extension to replace the top-left corner ‘Activities‘ with system logo menu. So the top-left corner will display your selected logo icon instead of the ‘Activities’ button. When you click on it, a drop-down menu opens with options to quick access: About system page. System Settings. Software Center. Activities. … [Read more...] about Replace ‘Activities’ with System Logo Menu in Gnome (Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS)
Gigabyte is offering a return and exchange service for two of its power supply units (PSUs), following complaints that the products were “exploding” or failing. PSU reviewer Aristeidis Bitziopoulos and Gamers Nexus both found that Gigabyte’s GP-P850GM and GP-P750GM models could fail catastrophically, with some sparking and others arriving dead out of the box. These … [Read more...] about Gigabyte to replace ‘exploding’ PSUs that Newegg bundled with RTX 30-series cards
Big Picture, the mode that converts Steam’s user interface into a more console-like design better suited to TVs and controllers than monitors and mice, may not be long for this world. According to austinp_valve, a Valve employee posting on the Steam community forums, the plan is for the new UI from the just-announced Steam Deck handheld PC to replace Big Picture mode on the … [Read more...] about Valve will replace Big Picture mode with the new Steam Deck UI
A lot has happened in the world since the launch of the iPad Pro 12.9-inch in 2020, yet the need for us to work on the go is still an key factor for many people. Apple's 2021 iPad Pro looks to up the ante once again, bringing a new processor, a new screen, 5G connectivity, as well as improvements to the camera and elsewhere. So, is this the year that the Apple iPad Pro … [Read more...] about Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2021) review: Can it finally replace the laptop?