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How To Setup VPN Split Tunneling On Mac

Split tunneling allows you to choose which apps use your VPN on a Mac and which don't and here we show you how to setup VPN split tunneling on a Mac. What Is Split Tunneling? Split tunneling is useful because...
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6 Ways To Print Over A VPN

If you're having trouble printing wirelessly to your printer over a VPN on your Mac, here we show you how to print wirelessly from a Mac using a VPN. VPNs are great for protecting your privacy and security o...
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2 Ways To Setup a VPN On a Mac (inc. M1 Macs)

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) protects your privacy, security and gets around geo-restrictions online by rerouting and encrypting your internet connection. However, for those unfamiliar with computing, set...
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5 Reasons To Use A VPN On A Mac

If you're thinking about using a VPN on your Mac but not sure what they do or when to use one, here we've taken a closer look at what a VPN does and the reasons to use one on a Mac. VPNs are already popular ...
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How To Play Elden Ring on Mac

Elden Ring is only available for Windows, PlayStation and Xbox Consoles but here we show how to play Elden Ring on a Mac including MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Mac Mini. Elden Ring is a recently released fan...
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How To Make Microsoft Teams Work In Safari

If you're having trouble using Microsoft Teams in Safari then here we show you how to make Teams work in the Safari browser on a Mac. Limited Offer: You can currently get 85% off a Microsoft Office For Mac H...
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5 Ways To Draw On A Mac

If you want to know how to draw on your Mac we've taken a look at the different ways you can sketch pictures and drawings on a Mac in 2022. When Macs were first released in 1984, they included MacPaint which...
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How To Type Exponents On Mac

There are various ways to type an exponent on a Mac depending on the application you are using. If you're typing numbers or mathematical equations on your Mac you may sometimes need to type an exponent such as ...
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