Bing and Google Image Search provide ways to narrow down images that you can use on your blog without worrying about violating rights. Here’s how to do it.
Tag Archives | google
Tips, Tricks, How To Galleries, Reviews and News for all things Google including Gmail, Google Apps and More!
Google Chromebooks are affordable devices for using web based apps, but a glaring omission is not being able to connect a printer to print to like a laptop.
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.
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.
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.
Google+ recently introduced a feature which shows the number of views for a user or page. If you don’t want it to display, here’s how to hide it.
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.
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.
If your plan is to move to a Chromebook after XP support ends, you’ll want to bring your favorite bookmarks with you. Here’s how to transfer them easily.
The Gmail undo feature allows you to cancel the sending of an email. Here’s how it works and how to set it up.
The Google Now Launcher, which offers the same experience Nexus 5 users get, is now available in the Google Play Store. Here’s a look at how it works.
If you want to upload an MP3 to YouTube instead of a video, usually you need to go through a complicated process. Here’s a service that makes it easier.
Windows Phone users have a new way to shoot video to the big screen. Tube Cast is a free app that streams YouTube to Chromecast over your WiFi network.
Making Google Maps available offline is a nice feature if you have an iPad or iPod touch that’s only able to connect to the internet via WiFi.