Google Maps has made it very easy for people to get around. Learn how to easily create a custom map with Google Maps and share with your friends.
Many people are now talking about “loot boxes” in games, and are associating it with gambling. So what are loot boxes and why are they causing a ruckus?
When you open an email in Gmail or Outlook, it will automatically be marked as read. Here’s how you can stop Outlook and Gmail from marking emails as read.
When should you charge your smartphone to ensure the longest lifespan for your battery? Check out these tips to better manage your smartphone’s battery life.
When Windows Explorer crashes, your computer will become almost unusable. Check out the various ways you can recover from a Windows Explorer crash.
Phone’s adverts don’t always talk about the battery. This article focuses on the removable vs. non-removable battery discussion, showing the differences and which one you should get.
The default clipboard in Windows is just not good enough. For those looking for better copy/paste features, use these free clipboard managers for Windows.
When you’re creating a professional-looking slideshow, you may want to add a video to it. Here’s how to add videos in Google Slides and set them to automatically play.
If you’re on the move with a laptop, it’s a good idea to turn your adapter off to save battery. Here are several ways to disable WiFi in Windows 10 and ways to have it turn back on again after some time.
The Windows fast startup feature makes your Windows boot up faster than usual, but there are times when you need to disable it. Here’s how to do so.
There are times when you need to change the system language of Windows. If you need to, follow the steps here to change the system language in Windows 10.
Online advertising can be annoying, as well as dangerous, as is the case with malvertising. Find out what malvertising is and what you can do about it.
The KRACK WiFi vulnerability affected most routers and has taken the world by storm. This will show how you can protect yourself from the KRACK vulnerability.
You need to know your router’s local IP address before you can access and configure it. Here are various ways to find the router’s IP address on Windows 10.
If you’re a YouTube power user, you may want to create a collection of videos. Here is a simple guide for you to create, share and edit a YouTube playlist.
Scammers often find loopholes and escape routes to dodge PayPal’s anti-scam precautions. Here’s common Paypal scams you should be aware of.
When you are on the move and don’t have a connection to the Internet, mobile WiFi becomes useful. Learn about the benefits of mobile WiFi here.
When you’re experimenting with layouts in MS Word, it helps to have words already in the document. Here are some ways to add dummy text to Microsoft Word.
The Anniversary Update for Windows 10 introduced an even easier way to make a mobile hotspot. Find out how you can easily enable a mobile hotspot in Windows 10.
Windows 10’s Creator’s Update comes with a virtual touchpad that is hidden from view. Learn how you can make use of the virtual touchpad in Windows 10.
If you are using Google Docs to write ebooks, you can easily add a table of contents to it. Here’s how to add and update a table of contents in Google Docs.
Internet banking can be convenient, but that also means you have to take extra care to safeguard yourself. Here are some tips to keep internet banking safe.
When using Microsoft Word, you can make use of macros to automate repetitive actions. Learn how you can create and use macros in Microsoft Word.
If you tried everything you could think of to fix a network issue in Windows 10, a network reset may be just what you need. Learn how to reset network settings in this article.
While a laptop touchpad doesn’t come with a middle button. If you are a fan of middle-click, here are a few ways to enable a middle click for your touchpad.
When a cybersquatter acts more quickly than a business, they can prove to be a real nuisance. Find out what cybersquatting is and how it can harm your business.
If you’re looking to upgrade your hardware, there’s an easy way to compare different processors and graphics cards without having to do the math yourself!
Windows’ own clipboard is very basic, while the Microsoft Office clipboard is far more advanced. Learn how you can make use of the Microsoft office clipboard in Windows.
Bandwidth throttling is something that ISPs do to their users on a daily basis. So what is throttling and how do you know it’s happening to you? Let’s find out.
You may have come across a “Hybrid sleep” option when poking around in Windows Settings. What is hybrid sleep, and more importantly, should you turn it on or off?
If someone has edited and messed up a document in Google Docs, you can easily revert the changes. Here is how you can revert changes to a previous version in Google Docs.
Google Chrome allows you to assign custom hotkeys to perform basic tasks. Learn how you can set up custom hotkeys for Chrome extensions to boost your productivity.
Have you ever struggled with storage space on your computer? A new Storage Sense feature can automatically clean Windows 10 of unused files. Learn how to use it here.
Let’s say you want to edit a file, but Windows tells you that another process has “locked” it. How do you unlock “in-use” files in Windows? Let’s find out.
With email spamming so prevalent, you can protect yourself by dodging the most prevalent method: email harvesting. Learn what email harvesting is and how to protect yourself.
“GhostCtrl” is a new Android virus that comes with a wide variety of terrifying features. Find out what GhostCtrl can do and how you can combat it.
Windows 10 likes to put the computer to sleep if you leave it idle for too long. Learn how you can stop Windows 10 from sleeping and locking up your computer.
You may have seen a new app appear on your computer called “Paint 3D.” Is this just a revamped version of Paint, or is it something else entirely? Let’s find out.
If you have a “shrinking” USB drive where it is showing a much smaller storage space than its original size, here’s how you can recover USB space in Windows.
If a “Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation” process is constantly at a high CPU level, here’s how to fix it and bring your CPU level down to a more reasonable level.
One noise that people don’t expect from their computer is a soft whining sound. So what causes it? Let’s find out why computers whine and what you can do about it.
If you are using multiple computers, you can easily sync Google Chrome data across multiple devices and keep your data intact. Here’s how to do so.
A faulty driver can cause a lot of trouble for a computer. Learn how you can use the built-in Driver Verifier to check for bad drivers in Windows.
While Google Docs is useful, there are times when you need to work with Microsoft Word. Learn how to convert Google Docs to Word format.
When hardware begins to go wrong in a computer, it can be hard to diagnose which part is malfunctioning. Use this guide to check for a dying power supply.
Having a YouTube video blocked in your country can be a huge pain. Here are a few methods you can use to watch restricted YouTube videos without having to move to a different country!
When you want to update your motherboard’s BIOS, you need to know the motherboard’s model. Here’s how to find out your motherboard’s model in Windows.
Windows 10 has added native support for PDF, which means you can now easily save files as PDFs without additional software. Learn how to do it here.
Pharming can redirect your computer from a legitimate URL to a fake copy and steal your login credentials. Find out what pharming is and how to prevent it.
Text files are usually not associated with malware, but the recent subtitles malware will change this perception. Learn what subtitles malware is and how to avoid it.