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Posted on August 29, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

How to Fit More Bookmarks On the Google Chrome Bookmark Bar

Google Chrome allows quick access to bookmarks on the bookmark bar. Only so many will fit on the bar though before you have to click the "more" arrow to access additional bookmarks. If you don't like having to click that arrow every time to see all of your bookmarks, you can fit more on the bar by simply removing the name of the site from the bookmark. Just use these steps. …

Posted on August 16, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

Did Blowing NES Cartridges Really Fix the Flashing Problem?

If you were a child of the 80s, you most likely grew up playing cartridge based video game consoles like the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Everybody had an NES back in the late 80's, and like everybody else who owned one, they eventually experienced the same "flashing" problem with the console. …

Posted on August 14, 2018 by Judy Sanhz

5 Apps to Boost Your Android Device’s Volume

Your friend shows you a video and not only is the resolution great, but the sound is also fantastic. You tell your friend to send you the video, and when you play it on your Android device, the sound is not what you expected. Everyone else's devices always seem to have better sound than yours. You might not be able to have the speaker volume you want since the sound quality …

Posted on August 13, 2018 by Judy Sanhz

5 Chrome Security Extensions to Make Browsing Safer

Security is usually one of the most important things users care about. Even more so with the recent Reddit breach. The fear that our information is going to end up in the wrong hands is real, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. For example, when using Chrome, various security extensions will help you and your data safe. There could always be one …

Posted on August 1, 2018 by Dan Murphy

Creating a Scheduled Task in Windows 10

If you frequently use certain programs in Microsoft Windows 10 and get tired of opening them after a shutdown or a reboot, you can create scheduled task that runs at boot up. …

Posted on July 26, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

Where Can I Download Free eBooks For My Nook or Kindle

If you've just purchased an eBook reader like the Nook, Amazon Kindle, or Kindle Fire, you may not be able to afford purchasing eBooks right after plunking down hundreds of dollars for the device. There are options though. Fortunately, there are free eBooks out there, but they are often hard to find. Here are a few great options for starting off your library without spending a …

Posted on July 17, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

Steps to Try When Your Android Won’t Boot

So your Android device has chosen to take a vacation and won't boot properly? This situation isn't fun. Troubleshooting it is even less fun. The problem could be related to an errant app, corrupted Android OS, or bad hardware. Here are the steps you can take if your Android won't start. …

Posted on April 23, 2018 by Judy Sanhz

Chrome Extensions to Make Gmail More Productive

When you have a lot of things to do, the more time you can save the better. But, most of the time since you're not aware of the tricks that can save you time, as a result, your tasks take longer to finish. There are various Gmail extensions you can use that will help you save some valuable time. The following Gmail extensions will help you get things done faster by either …

Posted on April 22, 2018 by Judy Sanhz 1 Comment

12 PhotoShop Alternative Editors To Improve Your Images

There's no question that Photoshop is a powerful and beautiful piece of software. It does pretty much anything and everything you would need when it comes to editing photos and creating art. However, it also comes with a pretty hefty price tag. Many regular users and newcomers to the photography scene cannot afford to drop that much dough on an editing program. Thankfully, …

Posted on March 18, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

How to Connect Windows 10 Laptop to TV or Projector

Connecting a Microsoft Windows 10 laptop to a TV or projector is probably the #1 thing I have to deal with in the corporate IT world. I always get calls from folks who are about to start a presentation in a conference room and have nothing but trouble getting their laptop working with a TV or projector. So, I thought I would write about it. …

Posted on January 14, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

How to Prevent Accidental ‘Butt-Dialing’ in Android

How many times have you finished a phone call, gone about your business, then found your Android phone on the screen it displays when you're on a call? I know it's happened to me countless times. The call log is left on the screen and I always accidentally tap a name when I put my phone down after a call. Here are some options to prevent accidental "butt-dialing" on your …

Posted on January 10, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

Does Wi-Fi Data Count Toward Wireless Plan Data Usage?

One of the most common questions I am asked about wireless phones is if data usage is charged toward your wireless account plan while your phone is connected to a personal or public Wi-Fi network. …

Posted on January 10, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

What Should I Use to Clean My Smartphone?

It's the question every scared smartphone user asks. "What should I use to clean my smartphone?" You don't want to damage that expensive piece of equipment. So you're very careful about how you treat it. Here are some tips for cleaning your smartphone. …

Posted on December 21, 2017 by Judy Sanhz

How to Set Up Two-Factor Authentication on Social Networks

Thanks to the two-factor authentication feature, you can enjoy an extra layer of protection. Since it does require an additional step to sign into your social media accounts, you might be a little reluctant to enabling this feature. Who doesn't want to access their social media accounts as soon as possible, right? If you decide that you want to give this security feature a …

Posted on November 19, 2017 by Judy Sanhz

9 Android Apps that Consume Power When You’re Not Using Your Phone

You're probably convinced that the reason why you're phone is so slow is due to an app you use daily. The truth is that the reason for the sluggish performance is due to apps that run in the background. As soon as you turn on your phone, some apps launch even if you have no intention of using them. Not only do these apps slow down your phone but they also consume battery, …

Posted on November 15, 2017 by Judy Sanhz

Everything You Should Know Before Rooting Your Android Device

Rooting your Android device can be risky business, especially if you're not very tech-savvy. You might think that all it takes to root any Android device is to find any method online and follow those instructions, right? Unfortunately, rooting is not that simple, but it's also not rocket science. Make sure to bookmark this guide since it will show you what you need to know …

Posted on November 7, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

How to Connect Dual Displays to Your PC

So you've finally decided to take the plunge and want to know how to connect dual displays to your PC. Doing so will enable you to increase your productivity since you have such a wider workspace. No more wasting time maximizing, minimizing and positioning windows. We'll help you get started with connecting dual displays. …

Posted on October 17, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

How to Connect Android to Projector

Whether you want to watch a movie or show a PowerPoint presentation, it can be quite handy to connect your Android smartphone or tablet to a projector. The amount of options you have depends on the projector you use. Each projector has different ports and features. Let's take a look at the most common options. …

Posted on October 13, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

How to Connect Keyboard & Mouse to Android

Want to use your Android device more like a PC by connecting a mouse and keyboard to it? Almost any Android device will allow you to do this if you have the right hardware. Here's how it's done. …

Posted on October 4, 2017 by Judy Sanhz

How to Choose the Right SD Card for Your Android Device

The storage your phone came with is just not cutting it anymore. You need more space for more apps, pictures, videos, etc. Before you go ahead and just by an SD card for your Android phone, there are some things to keep in mind. It's not as easy as just grabbing one with the capacity you want. You need to make sure that the SD card is compatible with your device. You also …

Posted on September 27, 2017 by Judy Sanhz

Save Mobile Data and Some Serious Cash with These Top 5 Apps

One of the things that all Android users worry about is saving as much mobile data as possible. If you're not careful and don't keep it under control, you could end up with one expensive phone bill. There are plenty of apps that claim to save your mobile data, but which ones are the best? The following apps are the most used apps to help you limit your mobile data use and …

Posted on September 16, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

Play Classic Arcade Games On Your Android With MAME4droid

There are a few games in the Google Play apps store that I enjoy playing, but none of them really give me what I want as far as gaming on the Android. I don't use my phone to game full time. When I do game on my phone, I'm trying to kill time while on the train or waiting for my dentist appointment. I need 3 minute bursts of arcade action, not a long epic. That's where …

Posted on September 13, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

The Absolute Best Way to Dry a Wet Phone

So you decided to jump into the pool with your phone? Maybe you were using it while doing your business, then got up and it slid right into the toilet? No matter what happened to cause  your phone to get wet, there is still hope for your phone. Give it the best chance to live on with these steps. …

Posted on September 1, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

Does Wi-Fi Consume More Battery Power Than 3G or 4G/LTE?

Phone geeks have argued about whether or not Wi-Fi consumes more battery power than 3G or 4G/LTE since the birth of the modern smartphone. Some will swear that Wi-Fi is the only way to go. Others say that leaving Wi-Fi off and connecting to the 3G or 4G wireless network works best. But, no matter which side of the fence you're on, both Wi-Fi and 3G/4G can be considered better …

Posted on September 1, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

Will Any Charger Work With My Phone or Tablet?

You bought this phone, that phone, and a couple of tablets too. Over the years, you probably have stocked up enough USB chargers and cables to have one attached to an outlet in every single room of your home. So you might plug your Moto G5 into a charger for your Galaxy S9, or your iPhone into a charger for your iPad. Is this OK to do though? You wonder "Can I use any charger …

Posted on August 29, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

Why Does Android Randomly Restart?

A common question Android users may ask is "Why does my Android randomly restart itself?" At one point or another, every Android device I've owned has had this problem. There are a few common reasons your Android might restart on its own. Let's take a look at them and see if we can fix it. …

Posted on August 29, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

Why is My Android Using So Much Data?

With all of the features available on Android devices these days, it's becoming more common for people to exceed their data cap on their wireless plan. It leaves many people wondering why their Android us using so much data. Don't worry though. We can help you lower your data usage and get it under control with this tutorial. Just follow these steps. …

Posted on August 4, 2017 by Judy Sanhz

iPad Features You Need to Change Right Now to Protect Your Privacy

iOS is full of features that are made to make your life easier. For example, you can set things up so you can see your notifications from the lock screen. It's a useful feature but not only will you be able to see your information but so can everyone else. This is only one of various features on your iOS device that is giving out more information than you'd probably like. …

Posted on July 24, 2017 by Judy Sanhz

3 Useful Android Apps to Help You Stay Focused

Do you find yourself reaching for your phone every few minutes? Do you check your messages even if you haven't received a notification? It's something most Android users are guilty of and always checking your phone can make you waste some valuable time. These apps will help you stay focused and finally get things done on time. They will prevent you from using your phone or …

Posted on May 25, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

Kindle Fire Silk Browser Alternatives

Amazon wants as many Kindle Fire users to use their Silk browser as it can get. They haven't made any browser alternatives in their App Store. You can find a way to install Google Play on your Fire to gain access to more browser options. But unless you are technically skilled, you're likely not going to bother with such a process just to install a browser. …

Posted on March 14, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

uBlock Origin — A Better Adblock Plus Alternative

Users of the Adblock Plus plugin may be a little perturbed to find that the plugin maker is actually selling ads. I was once a fan, but it seems the popular plugin has been going downhill for a while. I believe it allows many more ads than it used to, and hampers browser performance. This let me to find an alternative. …

Posted on February 1, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

The Bible For Making Your Windows 10 Computer Run Faster

Ever since I began working with computers, the number one question I'm always asked is "How do I make my computer run faster?" It's the main thing your local computer repair technician deals with on a daily basis. They often make a pretty penny doing it too. …

Posted on January 13, 2017 by Mitch Bartlett

Forgot Android Screen Lock Password

Did you forget the screen lock password to your Android device? It's happened to the best of us. Here are some solutions if you have forgotten the PIN or unlock pattern on your Android device. …

Posted on May 18, 2016 by Morgan Lange

iPhone: How to Make Custom Music Ringtones Using iTunes

When trying to get ringtones for your Apple iPhone, you have a few different options. You could purchase ringtones from within iTunes, or you can create ringtones from your existing music library using these steps. …

Posted on May 10, 2016 by Mitch Bartlett

Why Does Google Chrome Create So Many Windows Processes?

You may have noticed that Google Chrome for Windows creates a bunch of different processes when it's running. You can view the Chrome.exe processes in the Windows Task Manager. You may wonder why multiple processes are needed. What does each of them do? …

Posted on April 23, 2016 by Mitch Bartlett

5 Ways To Connect Android With Car Stereo

There are a few different ways to approach connecting an Android device to your car stereo. The one you choose to use depends on the features your car stereo has. Let's approach 5 solutions you can use in order. …

Posted on April 2, 2016 by Mitch Bartlett

Roomba Review — Does this Thing Actually Work?

Our family purchased a Roomba 655 Series robot vacuum from Costco. Upon telling friends about my purchase, they often ask "Does that thing really work?". It amazes me that people aren't familiar with the Roomba after the product has been available for so many years. I'm also surprised there isn't one in every home. …

Posted on February 28, 2016 by Mitch Bartlett

How to Edit Startup Programs in Windows 10

Take control of startup programs in Microsoft Windows 10 and gain an edge in performance. Here's how anybody can edit programs that start at bootup. …

Posted on February 20, 2016 by Cham Phan

The Best GarageBand Alternatives for Windows

Switching your OS is an exciting adventure similar to moving into a new home. When moving from one space to another there is always going to be some give and take but what happens when your new home is missing space for your GargeBand? No worries. Here are some Windows DAW alternatives for any level of GargeBand user. …

By Mitch Bartlett

Trick to Get Removed From Auto-Dialer Call Lists

Have you ever had a problem with auto-dialer calls coming to your phone repeatedly? Day and night it doesn't stop. Somehow you ended up on a call list. It could be a telemarketer, a debt collector or even a political candidate asking for your vote. Whatever the case may be, it's annoying! …

By Mitch Bartlett

How to Backup Your Entire Android Device to PC

Devices that have Android 4.0 and above can be backed up from the Android SDK and saved to a file on your PC. This process will allow you to have all of the data from your phone placed into a backup file on your computer. …

By Mitch Bartlett

Headphones That Are Made In the U.S.A.

Last week, I purchased some Tweaked Audio earbuds. They were quality buds, and it made me curious where they were made. I discovered they are made in China according to the box they arrived in. No surprise there. Most small electronic items are made in China these days. It made me curious if there were any headphones or earbuds made in the U.S.A. anymore. I set out on a journey …

By Mitch Bartlett

How to Organize Your iTunes Music Library

My iTunes library was a mess. It was littered with broken song titles, artist names, and album art. At first I didn't think having a disorganized library was such a big deal. I could usually find what I was looking for when using iTunes on my PC. But an unorganized music library is a nightmare on a mobile device like the iPhone. If your iTunes library isn't organized, music …

By Dan Murphy

Alt+Tab Between Virtual Desktops on Windows 10

Microsoft Windows 10 provides multi desktop function or also known as virtual desktops. What this can is provide you with is more room for open windows. Now toggling between them is the key and if you’re like me, I like to use the keyboard command Alt+Tab to switch between screens instead of using my mouse. With this new multi-desktop function you are able to Alt+Tab between …

By Mitch Bartlett

How to Keep Your Phone or Tablet Battery Healthy

When it comes to battery care, people seem to have their own beliefs. Many of them are false. This is mainly due to confusion about the different types of batteries used in electronic devices. 15 years ago, the Ni-Cad battery was the popular battery used in wireless phones. Today Lithium-ion batteries are used, and how you care for it is very different from how you care for a …

By Mitch Bartlett

Find the Best Radio Station for iPod or iPhone FM Transmitter

Have you ever been cruising along in your Dodge Omni, listening to your iPod, iPhone, or other music player via an FM Transmitter and then all of a sudden your Green Day song gets interrupted by Garth Brooks. Radio interference can be annoying when it comes to using your iPod in the car. I'm thankful for a tip that has helped me a great deal with this problem. …

By Kat Armstrong

How to Get Celebrities to Notice You on Twitter

Twitter is full of celebrities. Ashton Kutcher rubs elbows with tech heads like Robert Scoble. Stars such as Alyssa Milano use the platform to help raise awareness for various causes they support. Sports stars and musicians are found everywhere: Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber are two of the "top" people on the social site when it comes to number of followers. The problem that all …

Posted on October 12, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

What to do if you Forgot iPhone or iPad Password

Whether you've forgotten the password or PIN to your Apple iPhone or iPad or somehow a lock has appeared on the center of the screen and you can't get past it, you'll have to reset and restore the device. Follow these steps to get your iOS device working again. …

Posted on October 12, 2018 by Judy Sanhz

4 Common Spotify Problems and How to Fix Them

Have you ever launched the Spotify app only to see an annoying error staring you in the face? Even though Spotify is the most popular music streaming service, it's still going to have its problems just like any other service. The type of error you get will depend on what you're trying to do. But, there are always a group of errors that tend to repeat themselves. These common …

Posted on October 3, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

iPhone & iPad: Fix “Multiplayer Unavailable – You are not allowed to play multiplayer games on this device”

When attempting to play a multiplayer game on the Apple iPhone, iPod or iPad, you may encounter a message that says: "Multiplayer Unavailable - You are not allowed to play multiplayer games on this device." You will then not be able to proceed with playing the game. You will need to solve this problem by disabling a restriction on the device. Just use these steps. …

Posted on October 3, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

Safari Icon is Missing From iPhone or iPad

Is the Safari icon missing from the Home screen of your Apple iPhone or iPad? Here are some things to check. …

Posted on October 3, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

App Store Icon is Missing From iPhone or iPad

If the App Store icon seems to be missing from your Apple iPhone or iPad, give these steps a try to find it. …

Posted on October 3, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

iPhone & iPad: “Share My Location” is Grayed Out

Is the "Share My Location" option on your Apple iPhone or iPad grayed out? Here are a few things you can check if you have this problem. …

Posted on October 3, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

iPhone & iPad: Fix “In-app purchases are not allowed” Message

If you get hit with a message on your Apple iPhone or iPad that says "Purchase - In-app purchases are not allowed"  when trying to buy purchases from within apps, it may be related to a restriction setting on the device. …

Posted on October 3, 2018 by Judy Sanhz

Common iCloud Errors and How to Fix Them

When using an iOS device, it's almost a give in that you'll end up using Apple's iCloud services. The services may be a great one, but just like any other service, it can fail from time to time. The error you encounter will obviously depend on what you're trying to do. Since the number of errors you can come across is significant, let's cover the most common ones. For …

Posted on October 2, 2018 by Judy Sanhz

How to Manage Your Android Notifications like a Pro

Thanks to notifications, you can stay on top of things. For example, if you have an event for today on your Google Calendar, you'll surely get a notification reminding you of the occasion. But, there comes a time when you want some peace and quiet, and that involves not having to deal with notifications. There are various ways you can keep notifications under control. You …

Posted on October 1, 2018 by Mitch Bartlett

How to Hide or Show Hidden Files in macOS

You won't be able to see all of the files when viewing them in the finder by default. Hidden files are usually system files that include data that the average user doesn't need to see. But you might need to view it if you're tinkering around. In this tutorial, you will learn how to turn the ability to show or hide hidden files in the macOS on or off. …





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