Are notes stored on your computer, phone or in the cloud in plain text that anyone can read? Here are free apps for PC, Mac and mobile that encrypt your notes for privacy and security.
Chrome has features you probably never realized it had. Did you know that you can search smarter and faster with Chrome Touch to Search on your phone? Search content within the web page.
Apps can automatically load and run in the background on the Apple Mac, but sometimes you don’t want them to. How do you remove Allow in the Background items in System Settings in macOS?
The Windows Snipping Tool or Snip & Sketch as it used to be called, is a useful way to grab screenshots and annotate them, but how do you add text? Here’s how and how to enable other features.
Apps and web services have access to information in your Google account. Check what is accessing your data and sever the connection with any you don’t want. Perform a security checkup.
Popup windows, messages, ads, sign ins and other things are annoying when you are browsing the web. Here is how to stop Google sign in popups from annoying you on the websites you visit.
Does it seem slow to access features on your Android device? One way to speed up your phone is to create shortcuts to go straight to the features and functions you need the most. Here’s how.
Google is giving away free audiobooks, classic fiction and non-fiction titles, that you can download and listen to on your phone in the Google Play Books app. See what you are missing.
The things we can do with photos these days is amazing. Objects or the subject of photos can be recognized and even lifted from an image. Here’s how to copy a photo subject with Spotlight.
The OneDrive app on your phone has gained photo editing features you may not have discovered. Crop, fix lighting and color, apply filters and more from within the OneDrive app. Here’s how.