At the Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC), Apple showcased their new iOS 9. It’s sleeker, it’s more efficient, it’s faster and it’s more powerful than its predecessors. It has new features such as a low power mode, adding public transportation to Maps, and a News app. With Apple’s iPhones becoming more and more like Android, and its continuing second chair in the smartphone market, Apple is beginning to innovate their phones to new heights. One feature, however, wasn’t included in Tim Cook’s presentation and it wasn’t until people got their hands on the documentation that the feature was even found.
The Windows Operating System had its genesis in the Windows 1.0 Operating System released in 1985 by Microsoft. This had a “Windows-like” enhancement of look and feel over the first operating System from Microsoft, MS-DOS published during the 80s. During the latter half of the eighties, Microsoft released Windows 2.0 – 2.11 Operating System, which they dubbed as “More windows, more speed”. Those were the days of Intel 286 processor, and imagine the kind of “speed” they had – nowhere near the speed of current advanced processors.
The upcoming release of Microsoft Windows, Windows 10 will come with a totally new browser that Microsoft says that’s more suitable for the modern web. The new browser is called Microsoft Edge or Project Spartan as it was first introduced in the technical preview. The new browser won’t totally eliminate Internet Explorer which is still used in the corporate environment.
The notifications area is one of the most useful features in the windows operating system, it allow you to have a glimpse of the active software and also notifies you with any urgent action you should take in your behalf, for example a virus alert that you should handle by either deleting the virus or quarantining it. But sometimes it becomes overwhelming and it might even cause you to lose concentration on the task at hand which is both annoying and time consuming and this post is coming for the rescue.
Why would you want to restore your iPhone to defaults? There could be more than one reason to that. Maybe, the iPhone is not yours and you want it to be cleaned. Maybe, it was given to you as a gift. Second, it could be that your iPhone has been acting really badly and you’ve done all the troubleshooting steps and the last resort is to restore it back to its factory settings. It’s easier this way. After the process, you will have a fresh from the factory iPhone. However, what if you want the applications back the way it was before you restore it. Downloading all these applications takes a lot of time and it is really not convenient.
In our previous post entitled Parental Control Using OpenDNS we discussed parental control through OpenDNS and in one of the steps the users should clear the cache of the browser and this post is a follow up to that post and will inform you how to clear the cache for all major browsers.