Windows 10 is out and if you haven’t had an opportunity to try out the new operating system we recommend you do. If you are not interested in it but love the wallpaper that comes with Windows 10 then check them out below. Here is all the Windows 10 wallpaper that comes with the new […]
Windows 10 is out. Many of you have had a chance to try it out during the technical preview, but now we have the full blown version and all of its glory. Well that is if Windows 10 is truly better than Windows 7. I’ll leave you guys to be the judge of that. In […]
Gifs are a quick and easy way to share information or funny moments. If you have the desire to create one but are unsure how to do it then look no further. Here is how to capture gifs on Mac using GifGrabber. Installing GifGrabber GifGrabber is a free app from the Mac App Store. You can […]
Windows 10 has been out for a while and there are a lot of things happening with in the Windows world that make some Mac OS X user curious. That is unless you want to try out Windows 7 that is. Nonetheless, if you want to try out Windows 10 on your Mac you can […]
With the introduction of Apple Music, lots of people began switching to Apple’s streaming service. We have to use iTunes to use Apple Music but for me it isn’t really a problem. Some of you might not like iTunes, but for me you can do some pretty awesome stuff. One of them is using the iTunes Mini Player. The Mini Player plus Apple Music lets you quickly see music information and also like, dislike, and skip songs. This can be very useful especially if you have lots of apps open on your Mac. For me I usually use more than one desktop to get my work done. If you are like me and use iTunes mini player you may have noticed it doesn’t follow to a new desktop. With the quick Mac Tip below you can keep the iTunes mini player on all Desktops
iPhones are awesome devices that let us have the entire world in our pocket. One of my favorite past times for my phone is customizing the ring tone for my favorite contacts. With the introduction of iOS 7, Apple let iPhone users change the vibration pattern with a simple addition to the Sounds setting. Here is how to create custom vibrations on your iPhone.
Taking pictures on your iOS device is amazing. Sometimes those pictures are crooked and need to be straighten out. Here is how to rotate photos in iOS.
Mac OS X can get a lot of notifications now a days. From iMessages, emails, to websites spending notifications to OS X. We recently shown you how to disable notifications from the lock screen, which is helpful unless you want to turn all notifications off for a set period. This is where Do Not Disturb comes in. Here is how to temporarily disable notifications with Do Not Disturb in Mac OS X.
We all know how important backing up your computers are, especially if you don’t want to lose any of your data. Here at Doztech, we recommend two backup solutions, like backing up to SkyDrive. The first is locally, so you can access your files quickly. The other, is offsite. Either a backup solution to the cloud or backing up your data to an external hard drive and sending it somewhere. None the less, the first solution we will talk about is a local backup solution on Mac OS X. Mac OS X has a built in featured called Time Machine. This allows you to backup all of your data on Mac OS X and forget out losing anything. Here is how to setup Time Machine on Mac OS X.
When Windows 8 was first developed, Microsoft wanted every user to use the tiled interface instead of the default desktop. The tiled start menu is the face of Windows 8 and is handy if you use a tablet pc. But for us that use a regular desktop, or just prefer the desktop environment, Windows 8 has been a pain. There are countless third party apps to bring back the start menu, and even hacks to boot into the desktop. But these have problems at times. Luckily for use desktop environment user, Windows 8.1 kind of brings this back. Here is how to boot straight into the desktop in Windows 8.1.