There are many reasons why a Force Restart of your iOS device would be needed. The following How To: Force Restart iOS will go over a simple procedure you can take to fix the issues.
I’ve been asked about a message that keeps popping up on an iPhone. The message says Time Limit – You’ve reached your limit on Messenger. If you are seeing that message as well, today’s post will explain what it is and how to address it.
What do Android, Apple, Fortnite, Xbox, among so many others have in common? A parent somewhere has gotten stuck with a “surprise” charge from each one of these services. In this post we will go over the steps to limit Apple App Store shopping.
Parents stuck with hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars in “surprise” expenses, from App Stores is not a new story. Today’s post How To: Limit Google App Shopping, goes over steps to protect yourself from these surprise purchases
Good Morning – According to a tweet by Microsoft 365 Status (@MSFT365Status), Microsoft Teams desktop and web client may be having some issues.
Is your normal web browser Firefox? If it is, then you may have noticed an issue with Extensions for Firefox since Friday night (1/3/19). It seems, due to a certificate issue with the browser, that no add-ons/extensions are loading with Firefox. Today’s post will discuss
Do you use Dropbox for online cloud storage? If you do, then you probably access your Dropbox from your phone, PC, laptop, tablet, among many other devices. Today’s post will go over how to check what devices are linked to your Dropbox account.
For those who have MacBooks, or an iPad/iPhone, Apple has a new update for you. Apple has released updates for macOS and iOS. Installing these updates will require a reboot. Today’s post will cover the details of these Apple updates.
There is 1 “feature” (and I use the term loosely) in iOS that just drives me and most users we support insane. The feature involves iOS automatically adjusting the screen to the brightness around you.
One thing you can do secure an online account is to activate Two-Factor authentication. Twitter, Facebook, Google, Dropbox, iCloud, and most online email services offer two-factor authentication. With two-factor authentication, when you try to log into your account, you will receive a message