What if you could run Windows and macOS, side-by-side? If you had a high-spec Mac, you could run Linux as well. Sound good? Let me show you how to do it... You can use a virtual machine To do my dream scenario, we shall utilize what is known as a virtual machine, or VM. A … Continue reading How to run a virtual machine in macOS (OS X) using Parallels
On Tuesday, Apple announced that WWDC18 will be on June 4th. I'M SO EXCITED!!!!!!!
Thinking of buying an Echo? Why should you when it laughs creepily at you? I'll just repeat that. Alexa laughs at you. And it's really creepy too, like a cacke instead of a warm chuckle. Oh, did I mention that she doesn't just laugh? One user took to Twitter to express herself: THIS creepy thing … Continue reading Reason No.128 Not To Buy An Echo: Alexa Laughing At You
We expect Apple (US) to roll out the new MacBook Air with a lower price tag in 2Q18. We forecast total shipments of MacBook models will grow 10-15% YoY in 2018 (vs. 0-5% YoY decline for the NB industry), up from 15.5-16mn units in 2017. While Quanta, Radiant, Catcher and SZS are likely to benefit … Continue reading Second-Gen MacBook Air: Say What?
Cloud storage is awesome. New computer? Download the application and BOOM! But the problem is that they can't work in harmony. This may sound stupid; You can just use one cloud storage service. But what if you use iCloud because it works with your Apple Ecosystem, but your employer uses Dropbox, and on top of … Continue reading How to sync up iCloud, Google Drive, and Dropbox on Windows
Hi Guys! Unless you can't read (well, yes you can) you will already have guessed that this is the 100th post ever posted on DoubleGeek! Now, I did say we were working on an awesome post for post 100, and we were. But, as we've discovered, we are terrible at writing long posts. We got … Continue reading DoubleGeek Post 100: Reader Survey
Dear readers: You probably didn't realise, but this is DoubleGeek's 99th post! 100 posts will be a huge milestone for us, and me and Sam have been racking our brains for what to do for Episode 100. We thought of revamping the site, but we can't find a good enough theme; we thought of upgrading … Continue reading A note on Post 100
Do you like programs to launch themselves when they open? Do you not have the great privilege of using a Mac? I just got Microsoft Office, and I need Outlook to open on startup, so I thought I'd show you guys how to do it.
Ever wished you could just hit Play and music would start playing without further intervention? There's an app for that. The app, called Stations is made by Spotify. What it is is a simple app that allows you to just pick a gere and and sit back, which makes it perfect for long exercise sessions … Continue reading How to Install Spotify’s New Stations App
Then, in November, they said that it wouldn't be here until "Early 2018" Well, at time of writing it's January 25th, 2018. So, where's my HomePod?. It's not here, but it will be in February