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How To: Can't Find the Accessibility Menu & Its Options in iOS 13? It Got a Huge Update Worth Checking Out

The iPhone's "Accessibility" menu is one of those options that's very easy to overlook but incredibly handy in certain situations. You can set AssistiveTouch to help navigate your device, use a Bluetooth mouse when your screen is acting up, and enable the red screen filter for nighttime escapades. For as long as the menu has been available, it's been in the "General" settings, but not in iOS 13.

How To: Turn off AutoCorrect symbols in Excel

In this Excel magic trick video the instructor shows how to stop automatic copyright symbol ©. While using Microsoft Excel when you type the letter c in between a pair of curved braces Excel automatically turns it into the copy symbol © even if we did not intend to use it. Now to get rid of this feature go to the file menu and then to the options menu. In the options window that pops up go to the proofing sub menu and there is a button for auto correct options. Go into it and it shows the lis...

How To: Remove subscription link, images and widgets in Thesis

In this video, we learn how to remove the subscription link, images and widgets in Thesis. First, you need to go to the Word Press Admin, then click on the Thesis option. After this, go to the navigation menu and click on "feed link in nav menu". Now, click the box to show feed link in nav menu and make sure it's de-selected. After this, go to check out your site and refresh it. Now, to remove the boxes you will go to thesis option, then design option. Go to the multimedia box, then go to def...

How To: Set an iPhone alarm using the clock application

This HelpVids.com tutorial shows the basic options for setting an alarm on an iPhone. To begin, open the "clock" app. There are four sub-menus in the the "clock" app. Choose the "alarm" sub-menu. To create a new alarm, touch the "+" in the upper right corner of the screen. A new screen appears and the user has different options. A repeat time for the alarm can be chosen. The user can choose the sound that plays when the alarm goes off. The "snooze" option can be toggled on or off, and the ala...

How To: Encrypt Torrent files in the Azureus BitTorrent client

Torrents are a wonderful technology to share your files over the internet. If the data that you are sharing is confidential you may need to encrypt these files before sharing. To encrypt torrents in Azereus, go to tools and select options. From the left hand side menu select the connection option. Select the 'Transport Encryption' option from the connection sub menu. This section is intended for intermediate mode or higher and it is not available in beginner mode. So go to mode and select the...

How To: Tweak the settings in CamStudio

Video is demonstrating a tutorial on how to tweak the settings in CamStudio. After downloading CamStudio there are a few things to be done. First Region option in the menu selected and in that full screen is selected. Then in the Options, Video Options is selected. In that both the frame rates are auto adjusted exactly to 30 frames per second. Now from the Options menu, Record audio from the microphone is selected. Now go to the Program Options, in that select minimize program on start record...

How To: Set AutoPlay choices in Windows 7

This is a fantastic video, which guides us how to adjust auto play setting in our laptops. It shows systematic moving snapshot demonstration of the auto settings procedure of Windows 7. The speaker tells us to go to the start menu and then click on the control panel. Inside the Control Panel click on the Hardware and sound menu, which will open a new window, and then click on the Auto Play option? The window that opens now gives us several options to choose when we insert different types of d...

How To: Easily Tweak, Mod, & Customize Windows 10

Every time Windows gets a significant update, the vast majority of existing tweaking utilities become obsolete. For every option that you fine-tuned with one of these tools on Windows 7 or 8, there's a change in the registry or system settings that cause your tweaks to now point to a dead end. This was definitely the case with Windows 10, since there were so many sweeping changes that very few existing options carried over.

How To: Change ringtones on the Nokia N97

In this tutorial, we learn how to change ringtones on the Nokia N97. From the main menu, you will first tap the menu key. After this, scroll down the menu list and tap on the settings menu. From here, tap on profiles and then tap normal. After this, tap on 'customize' and then tap on the ringing tone option. From here, you can choose which tone you want to play when someone calls your phone. Once finished, select the song and then return back to the ringtone menu. If you're finished, go back ...

How To: Operate the Blackberry 8330

Learn how to operate the latest Blackberry 8330 in simple steps. Follow the steps below to overview the Blackberry 8330: 1. First switch on your Blackberry by pressing the power button on its top. 2. Use the 'Trackball' to navigate around the menu options and press it to select an option. 3. The 'Send' can be used to call a contact, the 'Menu' key opens a list of options, then the 'Escape' key is used to end an application and the 'End' key is used to end a call. 4. You can find on the left s...

How To: Hide/unhide files and folders & view/edit extensions

This video shows you how to easily hide or unhide files and folders and how to edit extensions of files. The first thing you have to do to hide or unhide files and folders is to open Control Panel and then open Folder Options. Next, click the View tab in the upper menu and check one of the following options: Do not show hidden files and folders or Show hidden files and folders. You can hide a file or a folder by making a right-click, then clicking properties and then check the Hidden File box...

How To: Improve your system performance

Matthew demonstrates how to improve the performance of your computer without using new software. To improve your system performance by 15% to 20%, first open up your start menu. Right click on the computer option. Choose the properties option from the right click menu. In the properties menu, click on advanced systems settings on the left hand side of the window. In the system window, choose the advanced tab. Next, under performance click on the settings button. Next, toggle the adjust for be...

How To: Burn SVCDs and DVDs in Magix Movie Edit Pro 15

This video tutorial from Magix presents how to burn (S)VCDs and DVDs using Magix Movie Edit Pro 15 application.First you need to group videos you want to burn.If you want to play movies using remote control you have to place chapter markers. You can set markers manually or choose automatic? marker setting which places markers before each new scene.Once all chapter markers are placed, click Burn button.Here you can choose Start Menu Templates. To change movie titles and chapter headings double...

How To: Make a fake & funny virus

Karn demonstrates how to make a fake and funny harmless virus that will shut down only your computer. First, go to your desktop and right click to access the right click menu. Then, choose new from the menu options and select the shortcut option. A window should open. In it type -s -t. The -t will represent the number of seconds you want the virus to activate. Also type -c. Create a message like, "This is a virus, your system is being shutdown." Name the shortcut anything that you'd like. The...

How To: Make a simple photo montage with Sony Vegas

This video shows the method to create a photo montage in Sony Vegas. Go to 'Options' menu & Preferences. Go to the 'Editing' tab & 'New still image length (seconds)' and put the corresponding value and hit 'OK'. Open the pictures from explorer and you have a montage in which pictures last for a few seconds when another one comes up. Go to 'Tools' menu and 'Scripting' option. Click on 'ApplyTransition_1_2'. Choose 'Standard Cross Fade' from the drop down menu. Fill in 'Overlap Frames' which te...

How To: Right click on a Macbook

This video explains how to right click on a Mac laptop like Macbook Pro or Macbook. First you need to check if your right click is enabled. You can do so by right clicking and seeing if the menu opens up. If the menu does not pop up, it needs to be configured. The video explains how to enable the right click by going to the system preferences and then to the trackpad. Once you are in the trackpad menu, the video explains the options that need to be checked in order for the right click to work...

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