What is Google Voice and How Do I Use it?

Even if you’re a long-time user of Google search and Gmail, the tech giant also offers many other services. One such service is Google Voice and we’ll show you...

How to Keep People from Accessing Your Chromebook

A Chromebook is a great device for cloud computing, but like your laptop or phone, you want to keep unwanted users from accessing it. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Like your phone, tablet, or laptop...

How to Monitor GPU Performance on Windows 10

If you need to troubleshoot a graphics issue on your PC or see how your new graphics card is holding up, you can monitor your GPU from Task Manager...

The groovyPost Guide To Storing & Sharing Photos Online

Why do people still insist on emailing photos these days when there are so many other easier options available when it comes to sharing photos online? ShareTweetShareShareEmail When it comes to...

How to Automate Microsoft Word Forms with Custom Fields

Using custom fields in Microsoft Word allows you to guild generic documents that you can reuse for various purposes. Here is a look at how to create them and...

How to Print from a Chromebook

Chromebooks are great while working with documents in the cloud. However, sometimes you do need to print from them. Here are a few different options. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Chromebooks are a great device...

Three Ways to Read PDFs and Word Docs on Your Kindle Device

If you have an Amazon Kindle, can view more than just eBooks. Here’s how to send your own Word or PDF documents to your Kindle. ShareTweetShareShareEmail If you own a Kindle...

What is Gmail? A Starter Guide for Email Beginners

If you’re new to the Internet and have heard about Gmail but aren’t quite sure about it, here is a closer look at what it is and what it...

How to Send Secure Messages with Gmail Confidential Mode

If you want some extra security when sending sensitive info via Gmail, check out how to use Confidential mode for your most important messages. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Would you like to add an...

How to Use Windows Counters in Perfmon to Troubleshoot PC Issues

If your computer is acting up, Windows has built-in tools like Performance Monitor to help you troubleshoot issues. Here is a detailed look at using the tool on your...

How to Deactivate Your Facebook Account but Keep Facebook Messenger

Are you tired of your Facebook profile, but need to keep in touch with contacts on Messenger? Here’s how to deactivate your account and use the app only. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Are you...

How to Get a Satellite View of Any Location Using Google Earth

With Google Earth, you check out several satellite views of several locations, take virtual tours, measure distances, and view current weather patterns. ShareTweetShareShareEmail How would you like to check out a...

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Microsoft is phasing out Control Panel in favor of the Settings app. But the Control Panel is not gone yet and you can add it to more places with...

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Spotify does a decent job in curating playlists you like, but it’s annoying when an artist you don’t like slips in it. Here is how to block bands or...

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You can now subscribe to premium channels like Starz, Epix, and Showtime via The Roku Channel on your Roku device or app. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Earlier this year Roku announced it would be...

How to Find Your Chromebook Hardware and System Specs

Chrome OS doesn’t provide a central location to find your Chromebook’s hardware and system info, but it is there. Here’s how to find the system info you need. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Chromebooks are...

How to Use IFTTT with Multiple Actions

When it comes to home automation and IoT, nothing beats IFTTT. And here we’ll show you how to use just one trigger to initiate an entire chain of actions. ShareTweetShareShareEmail IFTTT,...

How to Uninstall a Windows 10 Cumulative Update

Microsoft automatically installs cumulative updates in the background. However, some end up breaking your system. Here is how to uninstall updates if you need to. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Windows 10 will automatically install...

Disable Follow-Up Mode on Your Alexa Device to Save Your Privacy

When you use Amazon’s Alexa with Follow-up Mode enabled, more audio is recorded than you think. Here is how to make sure it’s turned off. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Smart speakers and digital assistants...

How To Start Facebook Live Streaming and Not Mess It Up

The future of the Internet and social media is video. In particular, live streaming video. Here’s how to start Facebook Live streaming and not mess it up. ShareTweetShareShareEmail The future of...

How to Customize the Microsoft Office Quick Access Toolbar

Adding frequently used commands to the Quick Access Toolbar in Microsoft Office make you more productive. You’re not limited to basic actions either. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Adding frequently used commands to the Quick...

How to Convert a Video File to an MP3 with VLC

Have you ever had a video but just wanted the audio from it? Here is how to extract just the audio from a video and save it as an...

Stop Using These Old Services and Use These Online Alternatives

Something trendy or fashionable online a few years ago doesn’t mean you need to keep using it. Here are some online alternatives to consider switching to. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Websites, software, and apps...

Finding Classic System Tools in the Windows 10 Settings App

Microsoft continues to move classic built-in system tools into the modern Settings app. But you can still find the traditional tools you need if they haven’t been removed. ShareTweetShareShareEmail As you...

What is IFTTT and How Do I Use it?

IFTTT allows you to connect to cloud services and Internet-enabled devices to create some useful automated actions to make your digital life easier. ShareTweetShareShareEmail IFTTT stands for If This Then That. It’s...

Stop Images Automatically Displaying in Windows 10 Mail App

Stopping images from automatically downloading in your email messages is good security. Here’s how to stop them in the Windows 10 Mail app. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Blocking images from automatically downloading in your...

How to Prevent Windows 10 from Automatically Updating Hardware Drivers

Windows 10 will automatically update your PCs hardware drivers when Microsoft delivers a cumulative update, but you can stop them from auto-installing. ShareTweetShareShareEmail It’s important to keep Windows updated to protect...

Instagram Stories – How They Work & How to Pin Them to Your Profile

An Instagram feature which is proving very popular is Instagram Stories. But not many people know how it works or how to take advantage of it. ShareTweetShareShareEmail The irony of social...

How to Manage Automatic Maintenance Tasks on Windows 10

The Automatic Maintenance feature runs daily to help keep your computer optimized and running smoothly. Here is more on what it is and how to use it. ShareTweetShareShareEmail The Automatic Maintenance...

How to Enable Enhanced Search Mode on Windows 10

Finding files on Windows 10 is about to get much easier with the addition of Enhanced Search Mode. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Windows 10 does a good job of allowing you to find what...

What is TV Provider on iOS and How Do I Use it?

Have you ever been scrolling through iOS Settings and wonder what “TV Provider” is for? Here is a look at what it is and how to use it. ShareTweetShareShareEmail So, what...

How to Make Windows 10 Task Manager Open to a Specific Tab

Task Manager opens to the Processes tab by default, but starting with Windows 10 1903 you will be able to set it to open to whichever tab you want. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Task...

Use Google Sheets to Send an Email Based on Cell Value

Did you know it’s possible to send email right from Google Sheets using Google Apps Script? With some simple code you can use a cell value to trigger an...

How to Record Your Webcam with VLC Media Player

VLC is a “must have” app for every computer user that is capable of a lot more than playing media files. Here’s how to use it to record your...

How to Use Reader View in Your Desktop Browser

Do you get distracted by all the ads, banners, and videos on web pages when all you want to do is read an article? Eliminate these distractions using Reader...

How to Enable Friendly Dates in Windows 10 File Explorer

Microsoft is adding a new feature to File Explorer called Simple Dates. It replaces the legacy numeric date stamps, making it easier to find changed files. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Starting with Windows 10...

Limit Ad Tracking and Reset Your Advertising ID on Android or iOS

Your phone holds a trove of data that advertisers use to deliver targeted ads based on your habits. Here’s how to reset the tracking ID and opt-out of ad...

Six Essential Keyboard Tips for Typing on Your iPhone or iPad

When it comes to typing, it’s not always the best experience tapping on a glass surface. But here are six handy tips for the iOS keyboard on iPhone and...

Make Your Own Link Shortening Service With a WordPress Domain

In an era of 280 characters, space is King. That’s why URL shortening services are great to use. Here is how to make your own link shortening service. ShareTweetShareShareEmail In an...

Monitor App Power Usage in Windows 10 Task Manager

To help manage your laptop’s battery power use, Windows 10 1809 includes a couple of new monitors that help monitor energy use on a per-app basis. ShareTweetShareShareEmail When you are always...

iOS Accessibility Features – What They Are & Why They Are Important

There are many disabled people in the world with things like deafness, blindness, physical or motor skills impairments, or learning difficulties such as autism and dyslexia. So while you’re...

Keep Your OnePlus 6T Locked Down with These Security Tips

The OnePlus 6T is an affordable flagship Android phone. Here is how to keep your new phone and data locked down with helpful security features. ShareTweetShareShareEmail The OnePlus 6T is an...

How to Test Out Google Chrome’s Dark Mode on Windows 10

Google is bringing a native dark mode to compliment macOS and Windows 10’s respective dark themes. Here’s how to get an early look at it on Windows. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Google started creating...

Download YouTube Premium Videos on Android or iOS Devices

In addition to offering ad-free videos and original content, YouTube Premium allows you to download videos to your iOS or Android phone or tablet. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Long gone are the days when...

Run The Chrome OS from Windows, MacOS, or Linux With Android Studio

The Chrome OS is gaining in popularity but what if you want to try it out before splurging the cash on a Chromebook? Now you can try it out...

How to Copy the URLs From All Open Tabs in Your Browser

If you need to close your browser, but you’re not ready to close your tabs, there are several ways you can save the URLs from your tabs in your...

How to Increase the Number of Jump List Items on Windows 10

The Jump Lists feature in Windows 10 displays a good number of items by default, but you might want to increase or decrease the amount. Here is how. ShareTweetShareShareEmail The jump...

How to Make Gmail Your Default Windows 10 Email Client

If you get a new computer or fresh install of Windows 10, you might not want Windows Mail as your default email client and instead set it to Gmail. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Earlier...

How to Remotely Lock and Log Out of Windows 10 with Find My Device

If you’ve lost your computer or forget to log out after leaving it at home, work, or school you can remotely log out so it’s protected from other users. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Have...

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