How to Clear WhatsApp Data Storage on iPhone

If you’re a frequent WhatsApp user, you may find that WhatsApp data and cache can take up a considerable amount of storage space on an iPhone, iPad, or Android phones, and thus it’s reasonable if some users will want to clear out WhatsApp cache and data to free up storage space on their device. Separately, some users may want to delete WhatsApp data for privacy purposes.

How Safe Are My Photos on WhatsApp?

Millions of people use WhatsApp to send pictures, messages, and other confidential information to friends and family members around the world. The amount of people who use WhatsApp suggests that many people find it safe, or safe enough.

18 things to tweak when setting up a new MacBook

After you have jumped through the initial screens from the Mac Setup Assistant that had you log in with your Apple ID, connect to a network and so on, your work is not done. Here are 18 settings to change or at least check on your new MacBook.

Mac problem-solving

A list of articles to help you solve problems on Macs running Sierra, High Sierra, and Mojave (10.12-10.14).

Reverse dark mode to menubar and dock only

Mojave Dark Mode includes a new full Dark Mode. If this modes is to black for you, there is a possibility to reverse to the macOS High Sierra dark mode. The following procedure disables the full Mojave dark mode and only enables a dark menubar and dock just like macOS High Sierra.

Follow these steps:

  1. System Preferences ▸ General ▸ Appearance: Light
  2. In Terminal, paste this command:
    defaults write -g NSRequiresAquaSystemAppearance -bool true
  3. Go to  ▸ Log Out
  4. Log back in
  5. System Preferences ▸ General ▸ Appearance: Dark
    Dark mode is now active only on the menu bar and dock.
    If you want to reverse this, change the Terminal command:
    defaults write -g NSRequiresAquaSystemAppearance -bool false

Best VR headsets 2019: HTC Vive, Oculus, PlayStation VR compared

Virtual reality is well and truly here, and in 2019 there's a big collection of VR headsets to choose from, from high-end PC-based setups to standalone headsets all the way down to mobile VR.

How to secure, protect, and completely lock down your Android phone

With a little work, your Galaxy, Pixel, or OnePlus phone can be a veritable fortress, virtually impenetrable to hacks, attacks, and bad apps. So whether you’re looking for a little extra security or a complete lockdown of your phone, here’s everything you need to keep your data from falling into the wrong hands.

Best Microsoft Office Alternatives for Mac Users

It’s easy to leave Windows behind. Just buy a Mac, take a couple of days to settle in and never look back. But for Microsoft Office users, the need to buy Office for Mac again can be a hassle.

How to factory reset an iPhone, from XS on down

A clean slate can work wonders in life, especially when it comes to the numerous gadgets and gizmos we use on a daily basis, like the iPhone. Although performing a factory reset of your smartphone may not sound ideal — it essentially wipes your device of any and all personal settings and data you’ve acquired through the years — it’s occasionally necessary when troubleshooting your device for software errors. As we’ve shown you in our troubleshooting guide, there are many steps you can take to fix problems with your iPhone even if a factory reset doesn’t fix your issue.

How to make group FaceTime calls

You can video call up to 31 people (32 if you include yourself) as long as all your participants are using an iPhone, iPad or Mac runing iOS 12.1 or Mojave. In this article we will explain how to Group FaceTime multiple people, how to add people to a FaceTime group call, and what to do if Group FaceTime is not working.

How to send large files for free

Need to transfer something hefty to somebody over the internet, but don’t know how to send large files online? We’ve got your back. Large file transfers can be done in a few different ways, so we’ve put together this guide to cover the simplest, most effective, and most secure methods.

How to customize an Android One to suit your style

Android One is the closest you’ll get to plain, pure Android from manufacturers other than Google, with brands like Motorola, LG, Nokia and HTC all creating phones based on the platform.

Next to most custom interfaces, Android One looks clean and simple. That could lead you to think you can’t do much to alter how it looks and feels – but you can.

How edit podcasts with Apple Pencil on iPad Pro

In parts one and two of this series, I talked about how I record podcasts on the iPad. In today’s third and final episode, we’ll learn about editing. For this, I use the awesome Ferrite Recording Studio, and Apple Pencil, and a pair of headphones. Let’s get started.

How to share WiFi from Mac

If you are running out of data on your iPhone, or the local Wi-Fi network just isn't giving you the connection you need, you might find turning your Mac into a Wi-Fi Hotspot so you can share your internet connection to your iPhone is the best solution. Here's how to share Wi-i from Mac to iPhone (or even Android)

How to edit PDFs on Mac

Wondering how to edit a PDF on a Mac? Want to do it for free? You can! There is a free PDF editor built right into MacOS and it's really easy to use. We show you how to edit a PDF on a Mac, plus some alternatives that let you finesse the finished product a bit.