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Mac for Seniors: How to Set Up a Simplified Mac for the Elderly
You probably think that a Mac makes it easy enough to find your own way around, but someone who isn’t tech-savvy might disagree. Especially if that someone is a senior citizen.
The good news is that you can make their Mac experience as enjoyable as yours by simplifying it for them. And that’s where the following list of macOS tweaks comes in handy.
How to Prepare Your Digital Legacy
What will happen to all the digital content you own after you die? Will a loved one be able to access your Dropbox folder to get copies of your personal documents? And how can your next of kin get access to your iCloud account to save copies of your photos? What will happen to your music collection when you pass? These are all great questions that I’ll answer in this article, including your options for securing your digital assets and passing them on to your family.
Here’s how to prepare your digital legacy and ensure that your loved ones can access your information left online after you die.
Via Intego Blog
Monitor Your Social Media Time With New Tools From Facebook and Instagram
On Facebook, you’ll go to your settings page and choose “Your Time on Facebook.” On Instagram, you’ll tap Settings->Your Activity. The tools in both apps are essentially the same.
Few Alexa owners use voice to shop, despite big projections
Analysts have been aggressively optimistic in their predictions about the growth of consumer shopping via virtual assistants like Amazon’s Alexa, but a new report claims that only a small fraction of Alexa device owners shop with voice commands. And most of those who do only try it once or stick to a limited range of products.
Via ars Technica
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