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How to Connect External Storage to Your iPad

external-device-ipad-featured.jpg Apple has been quite busy developing and evolving iPadOS these past years, with the company’s tablet receiving many computer-level features. For example, you can connect all kinds of devices to your iPad and access them from the Files app. This tutorial shows you how to connect external storage to your iPad.  Make Sure to Have iPadOS 13 or 14 on Your iPad Keep in mind that iPads weren’t always capable of reading external drives. That feature was only added in iPadOS 13. Before we start, make sure you navigate to “Settings -> General -> System Update” and check… Read more14333748.gif

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The Article Was Written/Published By: Isaac Norman

How to Quickly Format an SD Card on Mac

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There are times when an SD Card starts acting weird. Once you have backed up your data, the only sure-fire way of resetting the SD card is by formatting it. Here’s how to quickly format an SD card on Mac.

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The Article Was Written/Published By: Khamosh Pathak

How to See How Big Your Mac’s Internal Storage Is

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Data storage on your Mac is important—it determines how many apps, documents, photos, and videos your computer can hold locally. If you run into the upper limit, your Mac might not perform as well as you might hope. Here’s how to check the size of your Mac’s internal storage.

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The Article Was Written/Published By: Benj Edwards

PlayStation 5 SSD expansion will reportedly be unlocked this summer

81891370-7816-11eb-b6da-35c16896ece6Considering the bloated sizes of recent games like Call of Duty and Cyberpunk 2077 (250GB just for those two), the PlayStation 5’s 825GB internal SSD seems pretty miniscule. Now, there’s word that you’ll finally be able to put another dri…

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What Is Google One, and Is It Worth Paying for More Storage?

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Google One is a service that you might have seen advertised, but aren’t familiar with. You might wonder how it’s different from Google Drive, and why does it require a paid subscription? We’re here to answer those questions.

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The Article Was Written/Published By: Joe Fedewa

How to Safely Remove USB Flash Drives From a Chromebook

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You’ve probably heard about how you should always safely “eject” a USB drive before unplugging it. On Windows, it’s a very simple process, but what about on a Chromebook? Should you still do it? How does it work?

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The Article Was Written/Published By: Joe Fedewa

Local Backups vs. Cloud Backups: Which Is Best?

local-backups-vs-cloud-backups-which-is- When it comes to local backups vs. cloud backups, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution that’s perfect for every user. While one person may swear by cloud services, another may have much better luck with local backups. The one true thing for everyone is that you need to back up your data regularly because you never know when you may get a virus or your hardware may randomly fail. Ease of Access You always want easy access to your files. After all, some people have tiny hard drives and use backups as a secondary hard drive. As a side… Read more

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The Article Was Written/Published By: Crystal Crowder

How to Share Files Between Mac and PC on Your Network

mac-pc-network.jpg Do you have a Mac and a Windows PC on the same network? Perhaps you’re currently working from home and want an easy way to transfer files between your work-issued Mac and your home PC? Whether you want to share documents, photos, videos or music, there are several ways to share files between Mac and PC on the same network. Here we will show you three quick and easy ways to exchange files between macOS and Windows PC.  1. Use Apple’s Windows File Sharing If you’re a macOS user, your computer has file sharing built in. With a bit… Read more14177345.gif

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How to Export Your Google Drive Files

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Google Drive is one of the most trusted services for storing and organizing your data on the cloud. But accidents happen, so it’s important to have your files and documents backed up locally. With Google’s data export tool, Takeout, you can do that in minutes.

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