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How to use Python on a Mac: Learn coding with ease

Learning to code is hugely popular at the moment, and Python is a great coding language to learn. Luckily for us, the Mac is a great coding platform, and Python makes it easy to learn how to code on a Mac. In this feature, we’re going to look at setting up Python in macOS, then learning to code on this platform. The learning curve is very manageable; Python may even be installed on your Mac already. (If not, don’t worry:…

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How To Find Any Password On A Mac, Plus Your WiFi Password

If you have set things up on your Mac so that your passwords normally autofill when you need them, it can be very handy. But sometimes having your password autocomplete can leave you completely oblivious to what your password is when you actually need it. Then there is the fact that a good password probably isn’t going to be that easy to remember. Luckily it is possible to find any password you use on your Mac via your Keychain, which…

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Are You Affected by the Currys PC World Hack? What to do Next

Dixons / Carphone, the company behind Currys PC World, is still investigating a hacking attempt which involved almost six million credit and debit cards, plus 10 million customer data records (previously reported by the firm to be 1.2m). The breach – according to the firm – was discovered in June 2018, but the hack itself occured in July 2017. Dixons Carphone says that virtually all the cards are safe because they’re protected by the chip-and-pin system, and none of the…

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Best Digital Photo Frames 2018: Wi-Fi Photo Frames Connected to the Cloud

In the age of digital cameras, printed photos are becoming less and less common, as we’re more likely to show them off on Instagram than trek to a print shop to get them framed. That’s inevitable, but also a bit of a shame – even some of your best photos can be left to gather digital dust, stuck on an SD card or your phone’s storage, never to see the light of day again unless someone decides to scroll way back…

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Nix Lux Digital Photo Frame Review: Simple But Stylish

Photo frames come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and designs, but digital photo frames tend to all look like mini TVs, with plain black borders the norm. That’s all well and good for some tech, but for something that’s explicitly intended to be on display, you might want something with a little more pizzazz. That’s what Nixplay hopes to offer with its latest digital frame range: Nix Lux, which comes in your choice of a metal or wood finish,…

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How To Empty Trash On A Mac – And What To Do When Trash Won’t Empty

In most cases, deleting a file on a Mac is easy, however, under most circumstances deleting a file will nearly move it to the trash, which you will then need to empty. Emptying the Trash can also be simple, except on a few occasions. There are a few reasons why your Trash won’t empty that we will examine below, along with sharing some ways to force your the Trash on your Mac to empty. Some of the issues that will…

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How many cores does my PC have?

In years gone by, the CPU on your PC would have been a single-core piece of silicon. As performance demands increased, rather than installing multiple CPUs, more processing units were packed onto a single CPU. These days it’s not unusual to find six or eight of these ‘cores’ on a consumer CPU. In future you can expect a lot more than this. Intel recently pulled back the covers on its most powerful desktop CPU which boasts an amazing 28 cores.   So, how…

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Samsung 5G Phone Rumours – Tech Advisor

We’ve been collating all the juiciest rumours about the Galaxy S10, which will debut in February at MWC, but now we can cross one off the list: Samsung will not be adding 5G support to its upcoming S10. However, Samsung has confirmed that it is working on a dedicated 5G phone.  According to Ice Universe on Twitter: “Samsung will launch 5G in March next year, but only 5G will be opened in few regions of the world. It is reasonable for…

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How to Watch Now TV On a Mac

Now TV is a serious rival to the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime, but it has one annoying disadvantage if you usually use a Mac or PC to watch from: you have to download a dedicated app, rather than stream videos from your web browser. That makes it a bit more fiddly to watch Now TV on a Mac than it is to watch a rival streaming service, but once you get everything set up the first time it’s mostly…

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iMac At 20: 10 iMac Facts And History In Pictures

The iMac first went on sale on 15 August 1998 – twenty years ago tomorrow. Since it launched there have been seven distinct designs as the iMac has evolved through assorted colours, shapes, and sizes, via a multitude of materials, to the sleek silhouette we know today. When the iMac was introduced it caused shockwaves in the industry and became a design icon. To celebrate two decades of Apple’s all-in-one computer, we have 10 facts about the iMac as well…

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