1. If you are into the emoji craze, you can insert emojis from your Windows 10 keyboard. To reach them, hold down your Windows Key key and the period. Then just click the one you want inserted.
2. Make things on your screen larger – easier to see! – To make just the text on your screen bigger, select Start > Settings > Ease of Access > Display , then adjust the slider under Make text bigger. To make everything bigger, choose an option from the drop-down menu under Make everything bigger.
Tip of the month
Reset your Mac password
If you have forgotten your Mac password and are locked out of your computer, there is no need to panic. MacOS has a built-in tool to allow you to reset it and get back into your computer. There are 2 methods to doing this, depending on whether or not you linked your Apple ID to the computer when you set it up.
The most straightforward way is to use Recovery Mode to reset your password. To boot into Recovery Mode, turn your computer off all the way. With your Mac turned off, press and hold the Command and R keys on your keyboard, then press the power button. Hold in Command+R until you see a progress bar show up below the Apple logo.
With your Mac now in Recovery Mode, click on Utilities in the menu bar followed by Terminal. A new window will show up, waiting for you to enter a command. Type “resetpassword” as one word, without the quotes, and press Return. Close the Terminal window, where you will then find the Reset Password tool. A list of all user accounts on your Mac will be on display. To reset the password for your account, you’ll need to set a new password for all users.