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How to Use a Mouse with Your Android Device

How to Use Mouse with Android

Many Android devices, whether its a tablet or mobile device, miss one of universal ports you’d find on a computer: a USB port. It’s...
How to Change Gmail Address

How to Save Gmail Messages as PDFs

You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to save your Gmail messages as PDFs. While it isn’t immediately apparent how you save it...
How to Disable Auto Start Apps in Android

How to Use CocoPPa App

In the ever growing need to personalize and customize mobile devices, CocoPPa is among the more popular apps that does just that. Those boring...
The Difference Between Access Point and Repeater Modes

The Difference Between Access Point and Repeater Modes

When you’re dealing with a Wi-Fi network, there are two terms that often get thrown around and those “access point” and “repeater.” To the...
How to Disable HyperThreading

How to Disable HyperThreading

In today’s market of programs, having a slow computer is an absolute nightmare. They’re packed with so many processes that an old computer would...
How to Enable the 'Tab Groups' Feature in Google Chrome

How to Enable ‘Tab Groups’ Feature on Google Chrome

Ever since the release of Version 73 for Google Chrome, users can now make use of a feature known as “Tab Groups.” Its application...
Is it Beneficial to Disable SSID Broadcasting

Is it Beneficial to Disable SSID Broadcasting

An SSID, or “Service Set Identifier” is nothing more than a fancy acronym for what a Wi-Fi network is named. Fire up any electronic...
How to Delete Skype Video Call and Chat History

How to Add Contacts on Skype

Before you can dive into what Skype has to offer as a video and voice platform, you’ll have to first add some contacts, right?...
How to Link to Another Tab in Google Sheets

How to Subtract in Google Spreadsheets

One of the prime strengths of Google Sheets, and by extension that of Microsoft Excel, is the ability to add formulas to cells, thus,...
How to Run an Application Blocked by Java security

How to Run Application Blocked by Java security

On occasion, you’ll get hit by Java’s security system, stating it prevented a program from running because it rolled up on one of Java’s...