HTTP/3 is the third and latest version of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol. Here is how HTTP/3 works and how it can improve a site’s loading speed.
Is your inbox a hot mess? There are many different ways to achieve inbox zero. Here are a few ways to reduce inbox clutter with a digest email.
Windows has recently added a “Wi-Fi network isn’t secure” warning when you try to connect to an insecure network. Here’s how you can fix it.
Google Slides has the ability to insert a graph or chart to your presentation, and link the two for easy updating. Here are the steps to do it.
Your Google Drive account comes with only 15GB of storage space shared with different Google services. Here’s how you can free up space in Google Drive.
Windows does not offer a native way to monitor the speed of your Internet, but this tool will display Internet speed on the taskbar in Windows.
When using a projector, we often have to connect it with a cable. Now you can wirelessly connect your Android phone to a projector without a cable.
Learning to code can be complicated. If you’d like to learn the skill, these YouTube channels offer video tutorials for you to learn how to code.
If Windows starts having an issue after an update, you can start troubleshooting by checking for recently updated Windows drivers. Here’s how to do it.
The Hibernate option is not shown on the Windows Start menu by default. If you like to use this function, here’s how to add Hibernate to the Start menu.
Are you worried that your USB port is either underperforming or out of spec? Here are a few ways you can check the power output of your USB ports.
If you are having an emergency in the US and are unable to speak, you can use Text-to-911. Here is what you should and should not do when texting to 911.
While the Android Accessibility options are meant for those who are disabled in some way, there are some useful options in it that everyone of us can make use of.
You don’t need the Titan Security Key to log in to your Google account securely. Enable Google’s 2-Step Verification and use your Android phone to log in.
Reading on a Kindle is much easier on the eyes, and you have more control over its layout. Here is how to send web articles to Kindle in Android.
A flickering screen can be annoying when you are working on your Windows PC. Here’s how to find the causes and execute solutions to stop the flickering.
If you are not satisfied with Google Photos for some reason, here is how you can move your photos from Google Photos to Amazon Photos.
There is no Facetime on Android, but these video call apps for Android allow you to make video calls for free. Check them out.
Malfunctioning sensors in your Android phone can cause issues with the apps that you use. Here are some free tools to test and calibrate Android sensors.
Most browsers have a “Reader Mode” to reduce the clutter on the pages. Here is how to turn on Reader mode on some of the popular browsers.