5 Annoying Features You Can Disable on Samsung Phones – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
The “everything but the kitchen sink” approach that Samsung employs is not for everyone. Some things are useful, other things are not. The good news is Samsung doesn’t force features on you. Many things can be turned off or customized.
Google Drive Will “Delete” Your Duplicate Files – By Review Geek Review Geek
In an effort to streamline Google Drive and help optimize your storage space, Google is rolling out a feature that is sure to be divisive among its users. Soon, it will replace all of your files and folders stored in multiple locations with shortcuts.
Using Wi-Fi for Everything? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Wi-Fi is ubiquitous at this point but that doesn’t mean you should default to using it exclusively. Here’s why you should skip using Wi-Fi in favor of Ethernet where you can.
Canva: How to create graphics that don’t suck – By dottotech YouTube
How to copy and paste on Chromebooks – By Edgar Cervantes Android Authority
Chromebooks are cheaper, faster, and simpler, but they can be a bit confusing to people who come from other operating systems. Even simple actions are done differently, so today, we will show you how to copy and paste on Chromebook computers. This is likely one of the most commonly used features on any PC, so let’s help you figure out how it’s done.
Voice Typing Changes Everything – So much more than Dictation! – By dottotech YouTube
Google Sheets Fill Down Tips and Tricks – By Ryan Dube groovypost.com
In this article you’ll learn all of the ways to available to fill down in Google Sheets quickly and accurately.
How To Apply a Formula to an Entire Column in Google Sheets – By Indeed Editorial Team Indeed
Using data formulas in Google Sheets can help professionals complete calculations quickly, possibly saving them time and effort when attempting to gain important information. One method professionals can use to apply formulas efficiently is ensuring that an entire column applies the same calculation based on the data within the cells of the rows to which it’s attached. Knowing how to apply a formula to an entire column of rows in Google Sheets can help you save time, make calculations easier and increase your computer proficiency.
5 great Google Chrome Web Store extensions for your Chromebook – By Kevin C. Tofel aboutchromebooks.com
Much of my Chromebook usage is with Linux, which I realize isn’t really a mainstream use case for Chrome OS. And it doesn’t likely apply to newer Chromebook owners. So I spent some time digging through some of the apps and extensions I use from the Chrome Web Store for that audience. Here’s a list of what I think are 5 great Chrome Web Store extensions for your Chromebook.
Calculator on Chrome OS is now a Progressive Web App – By Corbin Davenport XDA Developers
Google has been slowly moving away from legacy Chrome apps, now that platform-agnostic Progressive Web Apps are a capable replacement. The Calculator application on Chrome OS was one such legacy application, but starting with the recent Chrome OS 97 update, it has now become a PWA that you can use on any browser.
Best Chromebook Apps and Chrome Extensions in 2021 – By Andrew Myrick Android Central
Your Chromebook is a safe, inexpensive, and simple portal to the internet but it can do so much more. Whether you want to get productive, have a little fun, or keep in touch you’ll find an app to help do it in the Chrome Web Store or through a Progressive Web App (PWA). Here’s the short — and ever-changing — list of ones we think you have to try whether you have one of the best Chromebook models out there or an entry-level one. There are also a bunch of great Android apps for Chromebook that you’ll want to check out as well.
How to Find Downloads on a Chromebook – By Benj Edwards How-To Geek
If you’ve downloaded a file through the Chrome browser on your Chromebook (or in Chrome OS), you might not know where it ended up. Luckily, there’s an obvious place to look—and a way to double-check if you’re not sure.
You Can Scan Film with Your Smartphone Using Lomography’s New Kits – By Andrew Heinzman Review Geek
Conventional film scanners cost a few hundred dollars (at least) and require a computer to run software. But for those who’d rather do everything on the fly, Lomography just debuted two affordable kits that let you scan film with your phone or camera.
How to Copy Conditional Formatting in Google Sheets – By Sandy Writtenhouse How-To Geek
You can always set up another conditional formatting rule in Google Sheets for one set of cells exactly the same as another. But why do the extra work? Here are a few ways you can copy your conditional formatting.
Save Time by Using Gmail Templates – By Sandy Writtenhouse How-To Geek
If you use templates for quick starts on documents, reports, or spreadsheets, then you know their value as time savers. In Gmail, you can create your own templates to save time on those emails you send often.