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Did you know there’s a hidden paint app on your Mac? Here’s how to find it

Every once in a while, Apple introduces a new OS for its Macs that provides us with brand new features. Apple’s OS X 10.10 Yosemite software introduced so many new features to users back in 2014. OS X had some old features that you might not know about that still exist today. Even now, with…

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Enable the (Hidden) Administrator Account on Windows 7, 8, 10, or 11

Many people familiar with prior versions of Windows are curious what happened to the built-in Administrator account that was always created by default. Does this account still exist, and how can you access it? The account is created in Windows 11, 10, 8, 7, or Vista, but since it’s not enabled you can’t use it.…

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Hidden iPhone tricks to change how you use iOS

This story has been updated. It was originally published on May 15, 2017. Both iPhones and Android devices have their pros and cons, but the general consensus is that iOS is a little easier to pick up and use, while Android offers more in the way of customization and configuration. Still, simple as Apple’s operating…

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Submerged: Hidden Depths (XS)

by Lee Mehr , posted 1 hour ago / 232 ViewsFull disclosure: on top of receiving a review code, Renaissance PR gave me some physical gifts as well: Submerged-themed postcards, bath bombs, scented mini-candles, and an activity book (filled with puzzles & whatnot).  While careful to keep these in mind, I’m confident I can evaluate…

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VLT observes hidden depths of Messier 99

Astronomers using the Multi-Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE) on ESO’s Very Large Telescope have produced a spectacularly detailed image of the central part of the grand design spiral galaxy Messier 99. This image from the Multi-Unit Spectroscopic Explorer on ESO’s Very Large Telescope shows Messier 99, a spiral galaxy some 42 million light-years away in the…

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A “Simultaneously Hidden and Deliciously Obvious” History of Levantine Cuisine

Writer Antonio Tahhan and Anny Gaul, an assistant professor at the University of Maryland, College Park, discuss a new collection of essays on the region’s food. February 22, 2022 Making Levantine Cuisine, a new collection of essays and scholarship published by the University of Texas Press, suggests that food and the fiery debates around it…

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Berlin Hidden Gem: Gibberish and Full Frontal, Giving Jemaine Cllement “Mild Hypothermia”, in ‘Nude Tuesday”

It must be fairly uncommon for someone to write a film that they then star in to only discover when watching the final cut that their character — just to reiterate, which they wrote and played — is revealed to have had an affair. And not just any affair, but a full-blown “Christmas anal fling.”…

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Hidden costs of multi-gigabit fibre Internet: A cautionary tale

Gigabit Internet? Feh, that’s for suckers. At least that’s what I thought as the technician was driving away after freshly “wiring” our home with multi-gigabit internet service. In my case, I had drained the last bit of service life from Ma Bell’s twisted pair copper wires at 100Mbps down and 20Mbps up. I traded that…

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20 Tips and Hidden Tricks for the PS5 (You Lucky Dog)

Whether you were lucky enough to snag Sony’s new PlayStation 5 on release day, fast enough to grab one when stock resurfaced, or you scored one for Christmas, the important thing is that you have one. Congrats, and welcome to the wonderful world of next-gen console gaming! We’ve collected a few tips and not-so-obvious features…

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This Chrome trick allows you to organize your tabs as you like

Clicking a link is one of the most basic tasks on the internet, and seems like one that’d be truly hard to elaborate on. Sorry, no. One second you think you know how it works, and the next you understand you always have more to learn. Like when you realize: “Wow, I don’t actually know…