MacBook Pro Overheating? Top 10 Fixes (& Pro Tips to Prevent It)

It’s natural for a MacBook Pro, or any Mac for that matter, to become warm during normal use. But, if your Macbook is running very hot, it’s probably not okay.There are many possible reasons for such an issue. In this article, I’m going to show you some common causes for a Mac overheating. More importantly, […]

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  • JP
  • April 13, 2017

5 Quick Ways to Extract and Save Images from Google Docs

images in Google Docs

I’ve been using Google Docs for quite a while now, and I’m a big fan. However, Google Docs isn’t perfect.

One of the challenges I’ve faced with Google Docs in the past is this: How to extract images from a document.

Today, I’ll show you a few simple methods to get that done. What’s the best way? Well, it depends.

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  • JP
  • August 4, 2016

Developing 7 Mobile Apps in 7 Weeks: Interview with Tony Hillerson

Ever wonder if you could build mobile apps for all devices?
What about advancing your career by extending beyond your specialty platform? And what if you could do it all in less than two months?

Tony Hillerson’s latest book, Seven Mobile Apps in Seven Weeks: Native Apps, Multiple Platforms, explores how to do just that.

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  • JP
  • April 12, 2016

26 Reasons Why a Mac Computer is Running Slow [Infographic]

Mac running slow

If you recently noticed that your Macbook or iMac takes longer to boot, or gets frequent rainbow loading wheel, you’d better watch out. Your Mac could be running slower than it should be.

Should you care? Of course!

In fact, according to new findings, a slow computer not only wastes your time, it is also bad for your health.

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  • JP
  • January 29, 2016

Where is Trash on iPad? Ways to Delete or Recover iPad Files/Apps

where is iPad Trash?

Owning a new Apple iPad feels great. It’s so easy and convenient to get things done with such an amazing device, just like a mini computer!

But…I was surprised with one thing – iPad trash. When I tried to delete files by dragging them to the “recycle bin”, or look for the trash to pull something back.

Wait…where was it?

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  • JP
  • November 20, 2015

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