Android devices are everywhere and if you own one, why not use it to remote control your computer? Google offers its own app for remote PC control via Chrome.
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No one likes ads when trying to be productive and trying to get 300 emails you out of the way. Here’s how to reduce gmail ads and make them less intrusive.
Windows computers, laptop or desktops, start to bog down after a couple of years. Here’s five effective ways to get the old machine running faster.
Amazon’s Fire TV is straight-forward to hook up and start using out of the box. But there’s more you can do. Here’s a look at some of the other features.
If you find a photo in Instagram and “Like” it. By default, Instagram will post it to your timeline. If you don’t want that to happen, it’s easy to disable.
The Chrome browser has a new feature for Google Now notifications. It displays the notification on taskbar and it can be annoying. Here’s how to disable it.
If you’re new to the Modern interface, and want to find apps easier, here’s a tip that allows you to find them by the first letter of the app’s name.
If you’re a Vine user, there’s good news. The Twitter-owned service is now offering private messaging. It turns the service into a video messaging service, making it more useful for you.
Your Gmail custom themes can be shared with other users – for example, if the whole family wants to have the same Gmail theme. Here’s how.
Two-Step verification is an essential additional security measure for any online account you have valuable information stored. Here’s how to enable it in LinkedIn.
Without thinking about it, a lot of times we allow Facebook apps to have a lot of control over our information, including posting for us. Here’s how to stop it.
Sometimes when your whole Windows experience freezes up, before reaching for the power button in an act of rage, try restarting Windows Explorer first.
When Google Music arrived you had to download the Music Manager program to upload you own songs to the service. Now the process is incredibly easy.
Would you like to know how many apps on the Android device you’re using? That is exactly what Frequency: App tracker does. Here’s a look.