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Using Raycast to Boost Your Productivity

How Raycast is an alternative to Alfred

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One of the first things I look at when I start using a new piece of technology is ‘How can I make this work best for me?’ Learning new keyboard shortcuts, discovering which apps integrate best with others, and modifying system preferences all help to increase the utility of each…




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Craig McWha

Craig McWha

Former rough sleeper, UK RAF veteran, graduate. Interested in society and social issues. A growing interest in tech stuff and Cyber Security.

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