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Fix: Google Chrome Opening Double (2) Tabs after Clicking Any Link

Fix: Google Chrome Opening Double (2) Tabs after Clicking Any Link

When you click a link from a website using Google Chrome, is it opening it twice in new tabs? The link opens exactly the same in both tabs. Resetting Google Chrome to defaults and clearing browsing history (cache, cookies, etc.) does not fix the issue. There seems to be a little bug that causes this to...

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How To: Mac X Check Power Consumption Usage

How To: Mac X Check Power Consumption Usage

Ever wonder how much power your Mac computer is actually using in real-time? As long as your Mac has an Intel processor (all latest Mac machines have Intel processors today) you can monitor your Mac computer processor power in watts, processor frequency (how fast each core is running) and temperature – all in real time!  ...

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Why: You Have Not Chosen to Trust “” - Citrix Mac

Why: You Have Not Chosen to Trust “” - Citrix Mac

When you attempt to launch a Citrix application, you immediately receive a message that prevents you from launching it.   You have not chose to trust “” the issuer of the server’s security certificate. Contact your help desk for assistance. You will need to manually install the root and or Intermediate Certificate Authority (CA) that the...

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Why: iTunes Can't Verify the Identity of the Server “xp.apple.com”

Why: iTunes Can't Verify the Identity of the Server “xp.apple.com”

After updating iTunes, you may receive a message prompt in iTunes about a certificate that is invalid. The message may appear when you initially launch iTunes.   iTunes can’t verify the identity of the server “xp.apple.com” The certificate for this server is invalid.   Other domain names that may appear in the message include:   init.itunes.apple.com...

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Easy: Remove Black Bars from Videos in iMovie 10.1

Easy: Remove Black Bars from Videos in iMovie 10.1

The latest version of iMovie does not allow you to edit the aspect ratio of imported videos. By default, iMovie v10.1 uses 16:9 aspect ratio which may add black borders to videos imported from certain devices with smaller aspect ratios, such as iPhones. While you cannot adjust the built-in aspect ratio of iMovie, you can use...

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