Logitech has today announced its RGB venture into a more immersive desktop gaming environment. The new G560 PC Gaming Speakers are the company’s first with LIGHTSYNC technology. The software works with the satellite speaker’s RGB lighting syncs your music, movies, and games to create a more immersive experience.
Spotify’s data is pretty accurate for the most part, and I’ve personally never seen any errors. But if you have and you struggled to find a way to report it, you might find Line-In to be pretty useful. It’s only an experiment for now, and you’ll have to use the desktop client to be able to use it, but it could prove helpful to the company and the listeners alike down the line.
Spotify Line-In lets listeners contribute to music data via desktop client was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
The Pardus Linux distro offers an inviting computing experience with both old and new options. However, a dual development path narrows its user appeal. Pardus suffers from sharing its personality — splitting its attention between an enterprise edition and a community version. While they both share the same distro name, they come from different developer teams. Pardus began as a Gentoo-based project before rebranding with a new identity. Prior to 2012, the original developers lost funding. Then the Turkish government began sponsoring the OS.
Chrome on desktop will soon provide users with an easy way to export their saved passwords. An option will be available in future stable build of the browser wherein you will find the option ‘Export passwords’ under ‘Saved passwords’ in Settings. Exporting passwords could come in handy if you plan to move to another browser, another platform or a password manager. While most applications support importing passwords from Chrome, it’s still nice to have the option to export them easily. As mentioned before, the option will hit stable channel at a later date but can be found in the…
If the macOS desktop is looking a little boring, or is in need of a little more personalization than a change of background image, one solution could be to change how files, folders, and apps look. AppleInsider tells you how to quickly change the icon for the majority of files stored on your Mac.
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The idea of using a smartphone as a full desktop PC when connected to an external monitor isn’t new. The now-dead Ubuntu for phones and tablets had ‘Convergence’ as one of its main features, allowing you to run full desktop Linux apps when you connected a keyboard and mouse (and display, if your device supported that).
[Update: Demo video] ‘Linux on Galaxy’ will bring the desktop OS to Samsung phones and DeX was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
When it launched last year, Samsung's first DeX dock was the latest in a long line of attempts to blur the line between phones and traditional PCs. And you know what? It worked surprisingly well, even though the value for most people wasn't particula…
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In the early days of computing, local storage and processing weren't actually a thing. Instead, your individual computer acted as a terminal, pulling data from a central processing server. Well, the French startup Blade likes it that way and has rele…
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Twitter’s erratic support for its dedicated desktop Mac application is coming to an end, with the company announcing today that it’s pulled the application from the web and from Apple’s App Store. Support for Twitter for Mac will end in 30 days, the company adds.
The app, before Twitter pulled it, had an average user rating on the App Store of 1.7 out of 5. That’s an accurate approximation of most people’s attitude toward the software, which has never quite been as robust as third-party clients like Tweetbot or even in-house services like Tweetdeck.
We’re focusing our efforts on a great Twitter experience that’s consistent across platforms. So, starting today the Twitter for Mac app will no longer be available for download, and in 30…
How do I set my desktop picture in Photos for Mac?
Got a family photo that you’d love to look at every time you turn on your Mac? You can use Photos for Mac to set your desktop picture for you!
Setting your desktop is as simple as selecting the photo you want to use and clicking the Share button in the toolbar, then selecting the “Set Desktop Picture” option.
How to set your desktop picture in Photos for Mac
- Open Photos on your Mac
Click the Share Selected Photos icon in the upper right corner
- Click Set Desktop Picture
You can adjust the layout of the desktop photo from your System Preferences.
What’s your desktop background?
Are you someone who prefers to set your desktop background picture as a photo with pals, or do you prefer a super cool design you found online or a screenshot from your favorite video game? Let us know what your desktop background in the comments below!
Updated February 2018: Everything’s current for the latest version of Photos for macOS High Sierra!