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How to Share Files Between Mac and Windows PC

You could also need to share your files or data with your friend’s PC or Mac and you might be using the alter device so there you cannot go with the Bluetooth as you might want some kind of fast and reliable transferring system. To solve the sharing issue between the different OS, there have been some methods invented through which you can actually transfer your files wirelessly between PC and Mac. In this article, we have written about the best method with which you can actually share your files between PC and Mac and hence do that all at high speeds. Go through the article that is given below to know more about the method.


1. The very first thing that you will have to do while sharing files between Mac and PC is holding down the command key on your Mac and simultaneously pressing the space bar to open up the spotlight.
2. Now you have to type in “Sharing” in the search box and then find up the sharing system preferences from there and go for it.
How to Share Files Between Mac and Windows PC

3. Here you would be able to see an option named “File sharing” clipped with a checkbox that enables or disables it. Check mark that checkbox so as to enable the File Sharing feature. Using the + sign under the shared folder box, choose the folders that you wish to share with the PC or the Windows Computer.
How to Share Files Between Mac and Windows PC

4. Set up the permissions for the shared files on your Mac in the next panel and after that, all check up the user account that you would like to share with the Windows computers where it says Windows File sharing. You shall be asked to fill up your password for the selected account and that’s all you will have to do with the settings.
How to Share Files Between Mac and Windows PC

5. At last just select the type of sharing between Mac and Pc and then click on the “Done” button, that will save all your settings that you have made using the above steps. You can see your shared directory of the Mac on the Windows computer that you can access if the both PC and Mac are connected to the same local network.
How to Share Files Between Mac and Windows PC


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Star Wars: Commander mobile game gets Rogue One content

You don’t have to wait until December for a taste of the next Star Wars story.
Disney announced today that the mobile strategy game Star Wars: Commander is receiving new content based on the upcoming film, Rogue One. The update, available now, adds characters and vehicles from the movie, including Shoretroopers, Rebel Commandos, Gigoran Fighters, and AT-ACTs. Star Wars: Commander originally came out in 2014, but new content like this will keep players engaged with the iOS, Android, and Windows Phone title, giving it more of a chance to take advantage of the $36 billion mobile industry.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story comes to theaters on December 16. It takes place before the events of the original Star Wars movie, A New Hope, and tells the story of how the Rebels stole the plans for the Death Star. Disney is a master of media synergy, using games, TV, movies, and more to cross-promote products.
The update also adds a new Armory feature. It allows players to customize the appearance of troops.

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Google launches third developer preview of Android Wear 2.0 but pushes final release to 2017

Google today launched the third developer preview of Android Wear 2.0, the next major version of its operating system for smartwatches. At the same time, though, the company also today said that it will continue the preview program into early 2017.
While Google never talked about a final release date for Wear 2.0, its original schedule called for about 30 weeks of alpha and beta testing, which would have put the release date somewhere around the middle of December. Google, however, now says that it has gotten “tons of great feedback from the developer community about Android Wear 2.0” and that it is “committed to improve and iterate based on them to ensure a great user experience.” Because of this, the plan is to continue the preview program into early 2017 at which time the first watches will receive the new version.
Google launches third developer preview of Android Wear 2.0 but pushes final release to 2017

Google did not go into details about the kind of feedback it has received and why this means the release date had to be pushed back. It’s no secret, though, that we won’t see all that many new Android Wear watches come to market in the next few months. This probably puts even more pressure on Google to make the second version of its smartwatch OS a hit. Outside of a small contingent of tech enthusiasts, smartwatches still mostly remain a novelty, after all.
The marquee feature of this release is the launch of Google Play on Android Wear. The Play Store for Android Wear allows users to install apps directly on the watch. With the 2.0 update, watches don’t need to be paired with a phone, so users will be able to simply use the Play Store on the web, find apps they want to install to their watches and bypass their phone completely. Developers can now build and publish these Android Wear 2.0 apps and make them discoverable in Google Play.
With this update, Google also is introducing a number of other new features it had already announced at its I/O developer conference but hadn’t shipped in earlier previews. These include support for smart replies and a new API that allows users to take actions on notifications right from the notifications stream (which works similarly to notifications in Android Nougat).
Google launches third developer preview of Android Wear 2.0 but pushes final release to 2017


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Donald Trump Casually Accuses Google of Suppressing Negative Clinton News

While discussing polling numbers at a rally in Wisconsin on Wednesday, Donald Trump offhandedly accused Google of manipulating search results in favor of rival Hillary Clinton, because hey, why not?
“The Google poll has us leading Hillary by two points nationwide,” said Trump. “And that’s despite the fact that Google’s search engine was suppressing the bad news about Hillary Clinton, how about that? How about that?”
As Trump did not elaborate on his claim, it is unclear what “bad news” he believes the search giant concealed. In June, however, a viral video titled “Did Google Manipulate Search for Hillary?” made similar allegations, prompting an official response from Google.


In the video, YouTube channel SourceFed found that Google’s Autocomplete feature predicted relatively innocuous searches when given characters that triggered queries like “hillary clinton indictment” and “hillary clinton crimes” on competitors Bing and Yahoo. According to Google, however, their algorithm is set up to never predict “disparaging” queries in conjunction with someone’s name—a claim supported by a cursory comparisonof the search engines.
Donald Trump Casually Accuses Google of Suppressing Negative Clinton News

“Google Autocomplete does not favor any candidate or cause,” the company told The Washington Times. “Claims to the contrary simply misunderstand how Autocomplete works.”
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BlackBerry will stop designing its own phones and focus on software

BlackBerry said Wednesday that it will stop internal development of smartphones, relying on partners for any future hardware efforts.
The move comes as the company has struggled to turn around its phone business.
“The company plans to end all internal hardware development and will outsource that function to partners,” CEO John Chen said in a statement. “This allows us to reduce capital requirements and enhance return on invested capital.”
BlackBerry has been setting the stage for such a move for a while now. It has already released one phone, the DTEK50, that was essentially a rebadged Alcatel phone and has started offering up pieces of its phone software for use on other Android devices.
Chen had said BlackBerry would exit the phone business if it could not make it profitable.
The company on Wednesday reported a net loss of $372 million, or 71 cents per share, on revenue of $334 million. Excluding certain items, the company said it essentially broke even, on adjusted revenue of $352 million.
That was five cents per share better than expected, but revenue was short of the $393.75 million consensus estimate.
“We are reaching an inflection point with our strategy. Our financial foundation is strong, and our pivot to software is taking hold,” Chen said. “In Q2, we more than doubled our software revenue year over year and delivered the highest gross margin in the company’s history.”
The company also said its CFO, James Yersh, was leaving the company for personal reasons. He is being replaced by Steven Capelli, a longtime executive at Sybase, Chen’s last company.
BlackBerry said that it expects full-year fiscal year earnings excluding items to be between breakeven and a 5-cent-per-share loss, better than consensus estimates of a 15-cent-per-share loss. It said it continues to expect 30 percent revenue growth in its software and services business for the fiscal year.
Shares of the company traded up on the news. The stock was recently at $8.35 in pre-market trading, up 47 cents, or nearly 6 percent.
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Facebook apologizes for error in overstating video views

(Reuters) – Facebook on Friday apologized for an error in the way it measured a key metric of video viewership that significantly amplified users’ viewing times on its platform.
The social media giant had said a few weeks ago that a metric for average user time on videos was artificially inflated as it only counted videos viewed for over three seconds.
At the time, Facebook had said that the “discrepancy” did not impact advertising billings and introduced newer metrics to replace the previous method.
Facebook has made a significant strides into video, which has attracted significant advertising interest and has benefited from the shift in advertising spending toward the internet and other mobile platforms.
Facebook apologizes for error in overstating video views

Revenue from advertising was the biggest driver to company’s total revenue in the latest quarter, surging 63 percent to $6.24 billion.
“While this is only one of the many metrics marketers look at, we take any mistake seriously,” David Fischer, vice president of business and marketing partnership at Facebook, said in a post on Friday.
“This could pose a serious blow to Facebook’s video proposition, which has had so much of momentum over the last two years,” said Sarah Wood, co-CEO of ad tech company Unruly, which is owned by News Corp.
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New Chrome OS Update Enables Google Play on Acer’s and ASUS' Chromebooks

Google has released an update for its Chrome OS that enables select Chromebooks to run apps designed for Google Android and access Google Play Store. Right now, only two mobile PCs, one from Acer and another from ASUS, are compatible with the new build, but the fact of the release confirms Google’s intentions to enable Android software on its OS for PCs.
Google has been trying to bring programs developed for Android to its Chrome OS platform for over two years now. At first, it tried to encourage developers to port certain apps to Chrome OS, but that only worked out for a limited number of programs. At its I/O conference this year, Google announced plans to alter Chrome OS to enable all Android apps from the Play Store to work in sandbox environments. Then, the company made its Play Store available to select Chromebook models running dev or beta channel builds. Finally, starting from this month, the Play Store is heading to stable Chrome OS builds.
Last week Google released Stable channel 53.0.2785.129 (Platform version: 8530.90.0) for the Acer Chromebook R11 (C738T) as well as the ASUS Chromebook Flip. The update contains numerous bug fixes, security updates, feature improvements as well as the Google Play Store (beta). Those, who have already received the new stable channel version, will need to enable the PlayStore in the Chrome settings.
It is not completely clear which kernel and security features are required to run Android apps in sandboxes, but at present the update is only available for the aforementioned two laptops and not even for Google’s own 2016 Chromebook Pixel. It remains unknown when and whether Google intends to enable the Play Store on other Chromebook devices. Meanwhile, one of the reasons why Google chose the Acer Chromebook R11 (C738T) and the ASUS Chromebook Flip as the first Google Play Store-compatible laptops could be their flip form-factor. It will be easier for consumers to use Android apps for tablets on a device, which can transform into a tablet.

Update 9/24/2016: In fact, Google plans to enable Android apps on multiple Chrome OS-based PCs in 2016 and 2017. The list is located here.

New Chrome OS Update Enables Google Play on Acer’s and ASUS' Chromebooks

Android applications will make Google’s Chrome OS a bit more attractive to those who are looking for an alternative to web apps. Since there are hundreds of millions of active Android users, compatibility of Chrome OS with those applications could be good for Google's PC platform. However, keep in mind that many Chromebooks are built to rely on cloud-based services rather than on locally stored programs, which is why they only feature a limited amount of NAND flash-based storage. Therefore, to a certain degree, Android apps on Chrome OS will alter the concept of this platform and will require makers of hardware to take that into account when they design their next-gen Chromebooks.
Sources: Google
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Facebook Told to Stop Taking Data From German WhatsApp Users

Facebook Inc., already under scrutiny in the U.S. and the European Union for revisions to privacy policies for its WhatsApp messaging service, was ordered by Hamburg’s privacy watchdog to stop processing data of German users of the chat service.
In a renewed clash with the social-network operator, Johannes Caspar, one of Germany’s most outspoken data protection commissioners, ordered Facebook to delete any data it already has. The news comes as EU privacy regulators, who previously expressed concerns about the policy shift, meet in Brussels to discuss their position. There’s no legal basis for Facebook to use information of WhatsApp customers, Caspar said Tuesday.
“This order protects the data of about 35 million WhatsApp users in Germany," Caspar said. "It has to be their decision as to whether they want to connect their account with Facebook. Therefore, Facebook has to ask for their permission in advance. This has not happened." The Hamburg authority claims jurisdiction over the company’s German activities because Facebook’s national unit is based in the area.

Caspar has been fighting with Facebook for years over how the Menlo Park, California-based technology giant applies European data-protection rules. Facebook has argued that only the regulator in Ireland, where it has its European base, has jurisdiction over any such decisions. Germany’s top administrative court earlier this year sought the EU top court’s view on which law applies in these cases.

Facebook Appeal

Facebook said in a statement it “will appeal this order” and that it complies with EU privacy rules. The company will will work with Hamburg privacy officials “in an effort to address their questions and resolve any concerns.”
In June, Caspar’s office lost an appeal in a fight with Facebook over pseudonyms, with a German court saying it remains unclear whether the Hamburg watchdog can regulate Facebook.
The social network said last month it would start using data from its messaging app to allow advertisers to better target those users on Facebook and Instagram, in addition to allowing businesses to send messages to WhatsApp users directly.

Policy Shift

The move raised concerns with several European regulators. The policy shift may help WhatsApp generate revenue, but also could irk users drawn to its strong stance on privacy.
Caspar said last month this could “just be the beginning” of a mass data exchange between the two companies. Privacy commissioners from the 28-nation EU confirmed they will discuss the U.S. companies’ plans at their scheduled meeting in Brussels this week.
The EU watchdogs said last month they follow such privacy-policy changes “with extreme vigilance” and that the key is for people to keep control over their data “when these are combined by the big internet players.”
The Irish regulator said on Aug. 25, the day of the announcement, that it “engages regularly with the technology multinational data controllers it regulates which are based in Ireland, including Facebook, and accordingly, monitors relevant developments on an ongoing basis.” It added that WhatsApp remains a U.S.-based company.

Irish Law

Caspar rejects arguments that WhatsApp has no European base, or Facebook’s claims that only Irish law applies in its case. He is relying on recent decisions by EU courts over jurisdiction issues involving U.S. technology companies.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is also reviewing a joint complaint from two consumer privacy groups filed in August claiming that Facebook’s move violates U.S. federal law banning unfair and deceptive practices.
WhatsApp said in the August blog post that its users’ “encrypted messages stay private and no one else can read them. Not WhatsApp, not Facebook, nor anyone else” and that it “won’t post or share your WhatsApp number with others, including on Facebook, and we still won’t sell, share, or give your phone number to advertisers.”
The changes will connect users’ phone numbers with Facebook’s systems and allow it to “offer better friend suggestions and show you more relevant ads if you have an account with them,” according to the blog post. The new policy will also allow businesses to send messages to users, including appointment reminders, delivery and shipping notifications and marketing pitches.
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Reliance Jio Effect: Airtel Offers Unlimited 4G Data For 90 Days

Reliance Jio Till now offered high-speed mobile Internet to the 90% of the Indians along with the voice calls and messaging services. Reliance Jio which was previously available to users of only Lyf Smartphones had launched a preview offer for its JIO Sim and extended its services to many other smartphone manufacturers too.
Mukesh Ambani’s game-changing Reliance Jio had already given tough competition to country’s top operators. Reliance Jio SIMs are really hard to find at the Reliance stores due to the huge crowd. To counter Reliance Jio, Airtel has come up with some mindblowing plans that will be worth a look.
Airtel on Friday unveiled a “Special 4G Data pack that offers free unlimited data for 90 days” within the Delhi circle, the Data pack will cost users Rs. 1,495 for existing Airtel Prepaid users whereas new users will get the data pack on the first recharge at the price of Rs. 1,494.
Telecom operator says that the new “Special 4G Data pack” is right now available in the Delhi circle only but will be launched across other areas over “next few days”. However, a launch of the new pack with 3 months of unlimited data clearly shows that this move is to counter the Giant Reliance JIO in the Indian telecom market.
The most important part of the plan starts here. There are also some terms and conditions applies with the pack at the Rs.1,495. Users will get the 4G data usage limit of 30GB, after which users will have unlimited 2G usage. Now if we look at JIO Plans then users can get 20GB of data for Rs. 1499 which only have 28 days validity.
Ajai Puri, Director – Operations (India & South Asia), Bharti Airtel said, At Airtel, we are focused on providing great value to customers. Customers with 4G handsets generally consume large amounts of data and this proposition is specifically aimed at them. With this pack these customers can stay online round the clock without having to worry about exhausting their data limits or going for frequent recharges.”
So what you think who will win this tough batter? Reliance Jio or Airtel? Share us your thoughts in the comment section below.
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How to Stop Apple Pay from Popping Up When You Accidentally Double-Tap the Home Button

Apple Pay is neat, and as it get more and more integrated into iOS, there’s a good chance you’ve set it up to use in apps even if you never use it at stores. By default, Apple Pay pops up on the lock screen when you double-click the Home button. This can be annoying. Here’s how to stop it from happening.
If you don’t want Apple Pay accessible from the lock screen for security purposes or you’re like me and you never actually mean to pull up Apple Pay, it’s easy to disable. Head to Settings > Wallet & Apple Pay and set “Double-Click the Home Button” to Off. Now, double-clicking the Home button on the lock screen will do absolutely nothing.

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Developer Tools Emerge From Beta With Unity, Unreal Support

Earlier this year at its I/O conference, Google announced its next-level virtual reality platform for Android, called “Daydream.” The company’s VR developer tools are now out of beta, which means developers can already begin building Daydream-ready applications for Android.
The new Google VR SDK 1.0 makes certain VR development tasks easier, so the developers can focus on building the main features of their VR applications and games. The SDK also supports integrated asynchronous reprojection, high fidelity spatialized audio, and interactions using the Daydream controller.
Google said that it has partnered with Unity and Unreal, two of the most popular third-party gaming engines, so developers can use the game-building tools they already know well. The company has updated its VR development site as well, where developers can read all the documentation for the Daydream platform, and see sample applications and tutorials.

Native Unity Integration

The Daydream platform is now fully supported by Unity, which means developers can take advantage of all of Unity’s VR rendering optimizations. Unity will also support features such as head tracking,deep linking, and easy Android manifest configuration.
Google said that many Daydream launch applications are already taking advantage of this integration with Unity. Developers can download the Unity binary along with the Daydream plugin to get started.

Native UE4 Integration

The latest version of Unreal Engine 4 introduces Daydream controller support in the editor, a neck model, and new rendering optimizations, among other features. The UE4 source code with Daydream support will also be available to download for developers.

Daydream Devices Coming Soon

Google said that the first Daydream phones and and VR headsets are coming this fall. If you’re a developer interested in the platform, you can now get started building games and apps for it using the new SDK and the DIY developer kit.
The company also said that it’s opening the Daydream Access Program (DAP), where developers can submit application proposals. If certain apps get inside the program, then Google will work more closely with those developers to help them build better apps.

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Facebook miscalculation significantly inflated average video view times for years

Facebook has come clean on a slight error in how it presented video view time on its platform. A mismatch in how average video view time is calculated and how it is defined— resulting in that number being reportedly inflated by half or more, for a short period of two years.
The issue came to light in a post to Facebook’s advertiser help page:
We had previously *defined* the Average Duration of Video Viewed as “total time spent watching a video divided by the total number of people who have played the video.” But we erroneously had *calculated* the Average Duration of Video Viewed as “the total time spent watching a video divided by *only* the number of people who have viewed a video for three or more seconds.”
In other words, they said they were presenting the average of all views, but what they were actually doing was presenting an average that doesn’t include the billions of views under 3 seconds — the inclusion of which would have dragged that average down considerably.
As a purely illustrative effort to show how this could play out for a brand interested in promoting your videos on Facebook, here are some imaginary numbers. Really, I’m just making these up.
You have a thousand videos online, and they got a million views collectively. Your dashboard says the average duration of video viewed is 20 seconds.
As it turns out, a quarter of those views were under 3 seconds, and got thrown out of the average. If you were to include them, as Facebook does in its revised metric, your average duration viewed may look something more like 16 seconds. Does that affect your decision-making process? Maybe, maybe not.
But The Wall Street Journal was told by Publicis Media that the miscalculation resulted in inflation more along the lines of 60 to 80 percent. So that 20 goes down to something like 12 or 14.
Do advertisers care about this statistic? It seems like a pretty significant one: how long to people actually engage with my videos for? And the disparity between the numbers Facebook showed for 2 years and the ones it intends to show from now on is not minor.
Nor is the volume of content affected: 100 million hours a day or so, which if you divide by the 8 billion views per day, gives you about 45 seconds per view. Is that 45 really 30? Is that 100 million really 75? At this scale even minor errors come with 6 or 7 zeroes on the end.
On the other hand, Facebook fessed up to this error a month ago, and no advertisers have been publicly tearing out their hair or suing the company for fraud. Maybe they don’t care, or maybe these revised numbers tally better with their internal metrics and they’re patting themselves on the back.
I sincerely doubt Facebook was deliberately juicing its video views, even though to do so would have been hugely beneficial for them in promoting advertising around them. But the fact that such a significant, user-facing error was allowed to persist for two full years of intense development, auditing, and growth is surprising and no doubt worrying to many brands and users.
Facebook says that the error did not affect billing, nor is there any reason it should. But it did present a very different picture of engagement than what was actually taking place. The company has made the required adjustments to the metrics; users can assess for themselves how much they matter, and take appropriate action. But the trust Facebook tested with this lapse is a tenuous one, and further errors of this scale may not meet with this type of disappointed acquiescence.
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Google’s Smart Messaging App Allo Arrives On Android And iOS

After repeated attempts to create another application for successful communication as Google Talk and Hangouts, the technology giant is now investing in Google Allo as a way to combat instant messaging applications such as WhatsApp, Telegram and Messenger. So, now you can download this new application on your Android device.
During the Google I/O 2016 in May this year, the tech giant Google announced two new communications applications: The Allo and Duo. While Duo was launched last August to compete with the video chat applications like Skype, face time, as it was expected that Google will launch the Allo app this month.
During the day yesterday, Google announced the launch of this app for some countries, while others, should see the app available in the coming days and is already possible to pre-register by PlayStore.
Google’s Smart Messaging App Allo Arrives On Android And iOS

For those who do not know, Allo is a smart messaging app that helps you say more and do more. Express yourself better with stickers, doodles, and HUGE emojis & text. Allo is available for both Android and iOS, it is basically developed with the aim of offering a much more productive conversation, helping the user to have access to various information.
One of the main features of this application, and what makes it smart is the integration of Google Assistant, a bot will join the conversation and provide you with information, reading, ability to schedule alarms and reminders, run games, etc.
During a conversation, if you want to enable Google Assistant, it is only necessary to write “@google” followed by what we intend to do.
Google’s Smart Messaging App Allo Arrives On Android And iOS

Among the new features of this application, here we highlighted few key features:-
Smart Answers – This function will save a lot of time to write their answers. With over time learning, Allo will recognize our response mode and will suggest some answers to photos and texts sent to us automatically.
Google Assistant – With this “smart robot” we can access various types of information, research, events marking the calendar, games, find restaurants and places of interest nearby or other suggestions. Basically, it works as a personal assistant, in the style of Google Now or Siri, which will help in the tasks as needed.
Incognito mode – In Allo, all communications are encrypted as it is using technologies such as TLS. Hence, in incognito mode, it still used an end-to-end encryption and it is a way of discreet notifications.
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How To Install & Move Windows 10 Apps To an SD Card

Today in your Windows 10 PC, memory gets loaded up with so many media files like Images, videos, Music file, others files and also by the apps. In many cases, your disk space gets full and your computer starts lagging while doing multitasking. So it’s always better to free up this space to make your PC work perfectly and efficiently. So for that, we have a cool way that can be really helpful for you to free up filled Disk space and that by moving your windows apps to external storage. So have a look on complete guide discussed below to proceed.

Step 1. First of all, in your windows 10 you have to Search for “Settings” in the search box.

How To Install & Move Windows 10 Apps To an SD Card

Step 2. Now from there you have to select the option “System”.

How To Install & Move Windows 10 Apps To an SD Card

Step 3.  Now you need to locate “storage”.

How To Install & Move Windows 10 Apps To an SD Card

Step 4. There you will find the option Save Locations section you will be selecting the USB Drive as the default storage.

How To Install & Move Windows 10 Apps To an SD Card

Step 5. Now if you want to move the installed apps on your external Sd card then you can easily do that manually and for that under the storage section, select the Drive of your windows. Now on the next screen, choose the option Apps and features.

How To Install & Move Windows 10 Apps To an SD Card

Step 6. Now you will see all the apps that are being currently installed on your device, choose the one that you want to move. Now simply choose move option and then select the external media drive where you want to move that app.

How To Install & Move Windows 10 Apps To an SD Card

That’s it! you are done, now the files are moved successfully and your disk space will get empty and is now free up for better performance of the PC.
Note: The apps you already installed won’t be moved to any SD card. You can try reinstalling the app if you are running out of space.

In one of our previous post we discussed Best Tools To Customize Windows 10. You can use this tool to alter lots of things in your Windows 10 and make it fashionable to use. And this tool can also help you to customize your explorer looks too and that too according to your wish.

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