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Have you ever found yourself caught in a seemingly unsolvable dilemma while using ExpressVPN on your Mac computer? On one hand, you want to maintain your VPN connection for various reasons like bypassing geo-restrictions or preserving your privacy. On the other hand, you can’t afford to lose access to your local devices—be it your iPhone, iPad, or a complex home server setup. It’s an annoying issue, but here’s the kicker: the solution is a mere checkbox away in the ExpressVPN app. This article will walk you through the simple steps to keep your VPN up while accessing your local network freely.Continue reading →
You’ve built an amazing macOS app, but you’re stuck on how to create the ICNS icon file for it. Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Learn how to create ICNS icon file for your macOS app with this straightforward guide. We’ll cover essential sizes, naming rules, and technical steps—all using free tools. This article is a must-read for developers looking to make their macOS app icons look professional.Continue reading →
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gem updatethe default behaviour is to install a new version of a gem and continue maintaining the older version of that gem. Most likely, if you have been using Ruby for a while, your system will be full of gems, and more specifically, outdated gems. So how do we uninstall a Ruby gems that are no longer needed? In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to uninstall a Ruby gems.
To have an access to your Microsoft’s email account from your Apple MacBook (any), iMac, Mac mini, or Mac Pro you can use the Microsoft Outlook app available from the Apple’s App Store. But you may prefer to use the built-in macOS Mail app for all your email accounts, like I do. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to set up your Microsoft email account (Hotmail, Outlook, Live, or MSN) using the built-in macOS Mail app.Continue reading →