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.
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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.
Microsoft released the Windows Phone 8.1 update for developers. If you don’t want to wait and get it right now, here’s how get it and future updates early.
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.
Microsoft ended support for XP and made Windows 8.1 update available to everyone. It’s not all serious though here’s a fun game called Escape from XP.
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.
Microsoft ended support for Windows XP this week, but the company will still provide updates for Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) for a limited time.
Amazon’s Fire TV has a unique feature that allows you to do voice search via the remote. While it’s cool, your searches are stored on Amazon servers.
As Microsoft ends support for XP today, it launches a new update for Windows 8.1. The update makes the Modern interface more keyboard and mouse friendly.
During Microsoft’s developer conference last week, the company showed off a proof of concept for a new Start menu in Windows 8.1 which could be coming sometime this year.
This week Amazon unveiled its Roku and Apple TV streaming set-top-box competitor called the Fire TV. It includes a lot of power under the hood and can play games.
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.