How to Close All Safari Tabs at Once on iPhone or iPad

close all safari tabs at once iphone ipad

When you don’t close tabs on your iPhone or iPad and keep using the Safari browser, adding new tabs every time. After some time you will notice a huge list of tabs you have opened that you never used again. closing the tab individually is time taking, if you want to close all of the open tabs immediately at once then you can follow the steps below.

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Fix Error “You don’t have permission to save in this location” while saving Hosts file, know the right way to edit the Hosts file in Windows

Many people want to edit the Windows hosts file for different purposes. You might be getting this error message “You don’t have permission to save in this location” while trying to modify and saving the file. In this guide, you will learn, what is a hosts file in Windows, the location of the hosts file, and what is the right way to edit the hosts file.

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How to Save a Web Page as a PDF on iPhone and iPad – Safari

Save a Web Page as a PDF on iPhone and iPad – Safari

Sometimes you need to sage a web page from Safari as a PDF file on your iPhone or iPad device. Apple gives the built-in option to convert a Safari page into a PDF file and save it on your iPhone/iPad or on your iCloud Drive. Later your can share it PDF file with anyone. The process to convert a web page to PDF is very simple just follow the given instructions below step by step. I have tested this on iOS 14.X and iOS 15 as well. However, the screenshots I added in the guide are taking in the iOS 15 version.

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Different Ways to Open Task Manager in Windows 11

In Windows 10 I used to open up the Task Manager from the taskbar. When you right-click on the taskbar and there was an option to open Task Manager. In Windows 11 this option is removed, don’t worry there is more than one way to open Task Manager in Windows 11. You can use the keyboard shortcut, through a simple Run command, or even from the Start button. Let’s see how to access Task Manager in Windows 11 quickly.

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Auto Hibernate Windows 11/10 PC When Battery Is Low

Auto Hibernate Windows 1110 PC When Battery Is Low

My laptop’s battery was not stable and discharged really quickly and especially when gets down to 20% approximately. Some time its shutdown unexpectedly without notifying anything and I lose my unsaved files most of the time. So I decided to auto hibernate my Windows when the laptop’s battery is lower than 10%.

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How to Change the Location of Dropbox Folder

move dropbox folder to a different drive

You might be out of space on your system C: drive which is the default location of the Dropbox folder when you install it. So, If you want to change the dropbox folder location and move all the files and folders to another drive on your computer without disturbing anything here is how to do it.

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How to Put iPhone or iPad into Recovery Mode

Put your iPhoneiPad in Recovery Mode

In this guide, you will learn how to put the iPhone or iPad in Recovery mode, with the help of added screenshots and instructions you can easily put any iPhone or iPad model in recovery mode, including iPhone 12/11/XS/XR, iPhone X/8, iPhone 7/6S/6/5S/5/4 or iPad with FaceID with or without a home button.
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How to Downgrade iOS 15 to iOS 14

Downgrade iOS 15 Beta to iOS 14

If you already using iOS 15 or iPadOS 15 beta from Apple’s developer program and want to downgrade it to iOS 14 you are in right place. Developer betas versions usually are not stable that’s why developers can only access them and test them to give feedback to Apple. So, the stability might be the reason your want to downgrade iOS 15 beta to iOS 14 on your device. In this guide, you will learn how to downgrade from iOS 15 to iOS 15 on your iPhone or iPad.

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How to View EXIF Data of Photo on your iPhone

In iOS 15 Apple added lots of new features in the Photos app. Now you can view the EXIF data on your iPhone when you are viewing a picture. Every image automatically saves EXIF information when captured, this information is Shutter speed, aperture, IOS, Camera modal and make, Location, and much more. Do your want to know how to check EXIF data on your iPhone, continue reading.

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