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– [Angela] How do I use
the new low power mode On the Apple Watch? Hi, I’m Angela Moscaritolo, Senior analyst at Pcmag.com (pleasant calm pop music) Today I’m gonna show you
how to enable low power mode On your Apple Watch. This is a new feature rolling out as part Of watchOS 9 that will increase
your watch battery life From 18 hours to 36 hours. (pop music continues) (wind whooshing) To start, press the top button The digital crown home button
to open up your app grid. Now, find the settings app,
which is this little gear icon. (pleasant calm pop music) Scroll down until you see ”battery”. (music continues) Scroll down again and
you’ll see ”low power mode”. Toggle it on. (music continues) Scroll down again, And you can either turn it on
or you can set the duration. So if you set, press turn on four You can either choose one
day, two days, or three days. So take your pick. (music continues) What this feature does Is it disables the ”always
on” display as well as some Of the background health
sensors to save battery life. I’m gonna show you an
easier way to do it as well. (wind whooshing) We’re gonna go back to the watch face And an easier way to do it is
to add a battery complication
To your watch face. If you do that, then you
just tap that complication And you’ll see that low power
mode toggle right there. So it’s easily accessible. (wind whooshing) Hope that helped. For more tips, reviews, and
tech news, go to pcmag.com.
Tech Tips and Tricks for the URMIANetwork
Whether you’re a longtime or new user, it pays to take the time to learn some tech tips and tricks for the Internet. From how to adjust your privacy settings on Facebook to how to clean out your keyboard, these tips will help you get the most out of the URMIAnetwork.
Reopen a tab in your browser
Whether you accidentally closed a tab or just want to see what a page looked like before closing it, there are a few ways to reopen a tab in your browser. Some browsers offer a single option to reopen all closed tabs, while others offer an option to reopen a specific tab. Depending on your browser, reopening a tab can also be done by pressing keyboard shortcuts.
In Chrome, users can reopen a tab by right-clicking on the tab and opening a drop-down menu. The menu includes a list of closed tabs, as well as a search box.
Reverse search an image in Google Chrome
Whenever you’re viewing an image on a web page, you can use Google Chrome to perform a reverse image search. This is a great feature that can help you learn about the image’s creator, where it was taken, and what other images it might be associated with.
In Chrome, you can perform a reverse image search by right clicking on the image and choosing Search Google for this image. You can also drag and drop the image into the search box. This option works with both Chrome and Firefox.
Plug in a USB cable the right way
Whether you’re replacing a damaged cable or merely looking to make the most of your new port, there’s a right way to plug in a USB cable. This will ensure you get the most out of your connection and avoid costly mistakes.
While it may sound like a no brainer, many people make the mistake of attempting to insert a USB cable into a USB port the wrong way. In addition, it’s also a good idea to make sure your receptacle is properly marked.
Clean out your keyboard with a sticky side of a Post-it note
Using a sticky side of a Post-it note to clean out your keyboard is an easy and effective way to keep your computer clean. It can help you prevent the buildup of gunk between your keys and also catch fine dust and crumbs.
Post-its come in a variety of colors and shapes. They can also be a fun way to prank coworkers. It’s important to remember that some areas of the keyboard can quickly chew up the cotton swab, so you’ll want to remove it before replacing the key.
Adjust your privacy settings on Facebook
Using the right privacy settings on Facebook can protect your personal information from scammers and other people who may not have your best interests in mind. These settings allow you to control who can see your posts, your profile information, and who can search for you.
There are three basic privacy settings available on Facebook. The first one, Friends, allows only your Facebook friends to see your posts. The second, Custom, allows you to make specific choices for different categories of people.