Some games are instant classics. Others leave you scratching your head.
Author Archive | Jack Busch
This weekend, check out some of these hidden just-for-fun features in your favorite apps.
For viewing your vast trove of movies, music, and photos on your Chromebook at home, a network file share is the way to go.
Freezing the top row won’t make your headers print. Here’s what you need to do instead.
Tired of accidentally paying for membership at the end of a free trial? Try this trick so you don’t forget to opt out.
Want to see what Google looked like back when it first launched? Check out this Easter egg.
Missing the Apple key on your third-party keyboard? Here’s how to get it back.
If you want to curb your kid’s instant messaging habit, this is a quick and easy way to do it without taking away their phone.
Here’s how to stop hackers from attacking your smartphone with the mobile tech equivalent of credit card skimming.
Cheaper than an iCloud storage upgrade and more versatile than hooking up a cable to your PC—this slick expansion drive is worth a look.
Wireless MAC filtering lets you block devices from your network or create a whitelist for allowed devices that can connect to the internet.
The only fix for “Chrome OS is missing or damaged” error is usually a reimage using a Chromebook recovery USB stick or SD card. Here’s how to make one.
Data validation drives consistency in your spreadsheets and makes spreadsheets more user-friendly.
A guest network lets visitors access the internet without sharing your password with them. Here’s how to do it on your ASUS router.