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The 13 Best Xposed Modules for Customizing Your Android Device

The Xposed Framework is the most important tool for modding and tweaking Android.
Xposed uses modules, small apps that plug directly into the operating system and give you total control over the look and feel of your phone. It’s so powerful, yet all the changes can be undone simply by deactivating or uninstalling the modules.
The system works on most rooted phones and you can download the Xposed Installer from XDA Developers.
In this guide we’ll take a look at the best Xposed modules, focusing on ones that have near-universal compatibility.
How to Install Xposed Modules Most Xposed modules should be installed directly from within the Xposed Framework app.
Go to Downloads. Select the module you want. Swipe across to the Versions tab and hit Download. Click Install when prompted. Go to Modules and tick the box next to the box to activate it. Reboot your phone. In a few cases, it’s recommended you download a version from the Play Store instead. We’ve linked to those where applicable…

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How to Check Your Mac’s Memory for Problems

Random Access Memory (RAM) is a vital component of any computer. When you launch an app on your Mac, it requires a portion of your available memory to run. Serious problems can arise if there are problems with your computer’s memory.
Today we’ll look at how to find out how much memory you have, what’s using it, and how you can perform thorough testing to ensure it’s working correctly. If you recently installed a new stick of RAM and you’re encountering problems, testing is a vital part of troubleshooting your issue.
Find Out How Much Memory You Have To find out how much memory your Mac has, click on the Apple logo in the top-left corner of your screen and select About This Mac. On the Overview tab, the Memory line lists the amount of RAM in GB, the speed of the RAM in MHz, and the generation of double data rate (DDR) you’re currently using.

This is important if you intend to add more RAM to your machine, since you’ll want to match your existing RAM with any you install. This is mos..

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How to Use the Adobe Premiere Pro Color Match Tool

Color correction and color grading can have a dramatic impact on the quality of your videos. From white balance correction to contrast, saturation, mid tones, and more, there’s a lot to learn.
Fortunately for our sanity, Adobe Premiere Pro has an automatic color match tool built in. And in this article we’ll explain how to use this tool to color grade your video footage.
What You’ll Need to Get Started Before you can begin working with Premiere Pro’s color match tool, you need to ensure you’re able to use it.
To start with, you need the Premiere Pro CC April 2018 12.1 release. This update added the color match tool, so you won’t be able to use it on older versions such as CS6.
You’ll also need a powerful computer to start color correcting and grading with Premiere Pro. Adobe Premiere isn’t always very efficient, and color correction is very demanding on a system. You may want to consider building a budget 4K editing computer. Alternatively, you can generate optimized proxies, or p..

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The 10 Best Free Coursera Courses You’ll Want to Pay For

You don’t need to go to college to learn nowadays. Online resources let you study any subject you can imagine, whether you want to get a certified education or just enjoy learning about something new.
Coursera is one of the most well-respected online learning sites. With over 2,400 courses, you’re sure to find something enjoyable and useful for you.
Here are 10 courses on Coursera you should check out if you’re interested in serious learning.
1. Sit Less, Get Active by The University of Edinburgh
Many of today’s jobs don’t involve a lot of physical activity, meaning that you’re probably inactive for most of the day. This can take a toll on your health if you aren’t careful. With this course, you’ll learn the best ways to add more physical activity to your life, how to set goals, and more.
While the course is available for free, you can purchase full access for $49 to earn a certificate. Once you complete it, you can add this certificate to your Coursera page and even add it to yo..

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