TinyPNG is a simple way to make your PNG files smaller, so you can use them on your website and save space, as well as bandwidth. Here’s how to use it.
Quick Tech Tips, Tricks for Hardware, Software, Gadgets and Online Services
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.
If you love Gmail as an email service but can’t stand the ads, I have a solution for ya. The Google Chrome add-on called Ad-blocker for Gmail removes ads from Gmail quickly and easily.
If you share your Apple device running iOS 7, you want to make sure web browsing history is kept as private. Here’s how to enable Safari’s Private Browsing.
Gmail now allows you to star your favorite contacts. Just like the feature where you could star important emails, the same is now possible with contacts.
Customize the categories of movies in your iTunes movie library with this quick tip.
Airplane Mode in Windows 8.1 is a feature that lets you use devices on an airplane or other locations where a wireless connection isn’t permitted.
Deleting a playlist in Xbox Music isn’t as easy as right-clicking on it and selecting Delete. Here’s how to do it on all platforms Xbox Music is available.
Outlook returns to the folder of a message after deleting it. Here’s how to navigate through you inbox more quickly by opening the next message instead.
Sometimes you just don’t want app notifications displaying at all hours of the day. Disabling app notifications during those hours is easy in Windows 8.1.
Recently Google updated the YouTube app for iOS and one of the more notable features is the ability to adjust the video quality. Here’s how it works.
Modern IE 11 in Windows 8.1 hides the address bar and tabs by default, allowing more screen real estate to view pages. It’s easy to make them always show.
iPhone users might want to set up custom vibration patterns for specific callers. This allows you to know who’s calling without having to check your phone.
Did you know iOS 7 has a bubble level tool? Well it does. It’s hidden within the compass app, but you can access it fairly easily. Here’s how to find it.