How to use Google Photos in 2020 – By 6 Months Later Reviews youtube.com VIDEO
Google Photos – what it is, how to use it, the core features, some common scenarios for using it, a deep dive into shared albums and how to use them with Google Assistant Displays.
What’s the Difference Between 5G and 5GHz Wi-Fi? – By Chris Hoffman howtogeek.com
5G and 5 GHz Wi-Fi are both used for wireless connectivity, but they don’t have anything else in common. Anyone referring to “5G Wi-Fi” actually means 5 GHz Wi-Fi, which is different from the 5G cellular standard.
How to Use Gmail in 2020: All You Need to Know – By George Kasiouras updato.com
Learning how to use Gmail can be a great asset. Not only for working, like many people seem to think – but also for personal use.
Sure. Now that social media is the norm, you probably won't use it to text your friends. But, it's still great for keeping track of online orders, sometimes receiving job offers, newsletters, and stuff like that.
Needless to say that since Gmail is a Google service, it also integrates and works well with other Google services such as Google Drive.
How to Send, Save, Block, and Report Messages in Google Photos – By lifehacker.com
Google Photos has received several big updates recently, but now the app has a full-on messaging service that you can use to swap photos and carry on conversations between your contacts.
Get around on your Pixel phone – Google Videos
These videos might help you learn some tricks for getting the most out of your Pixel phone.
How to Freeze or Hide Columns and Rows in Google Sheets – By Ben Stockton howtogeek.com
The greater the number of rows and columns in your Google Sheets spreadsheet, the more unwieldy it can become. Freezing or hiding rows and columns can make your spreadsheet easier to read and navigate. Here’s how.
How to Merge Cells in Google Sheets – By Brady Gavin howtogeek.com
Merging cells in Google Sheets is a great way to keep your spreadsheet well-organized and easy to understand. The most common use is for headers to identify content across multiple columns, but regardless of the reason, it’s a simple process.
How to Add or Remove Rows and Columns in Google Sheets – By Brady Gavin howtogeek.com
Google Sheets lets you add rows or columns to an existing spreadsheet on the fly to help you organize even better. Whether you want one or ten, above or to the right, here’s how to insert rows and columns into Sheets.
How to Customize Gmail on the Web – By Rob Woodgate howtogeek.com
Gmail is an enormously popular email provider with an easy-to-use web interface. However, not all preferences and screen sizes work well with the default settings. Here’s how to customize the Gmail interface.
The Best Way to Tackle the LastPass Security Challenge – By Chris Hoffman howtogeek.com
If you use LastPass, you should take the Security Challenge. It will scan your vault for compromised, weak, reused, and old passwords and recommend passwords you should change. LastPass will give you a numerical security score, too.
16 Ways Book Lovers Can Satisfy Their Reading Addiction – By Jonathon Heddingsreviewgeek.com
There are more books than you could possibly read in your entire lifetime, so finding titles you’re likely to enjoy isn’t always easy. Fortunately, there are lots of resources available that can help you discover your new favorite author.
The difference between Encryption, Hashing and Salting – By Patrick Nohe thesslstore.com
Encryption and Hashing both serve different functions despite their similarities
Quick, do you know the difference between encryption and hashing? Do you know what salting is? Do you think salting your hash is just part of an Irish breakfast?