How to Use Microsoft’s “Windows File Recovery” on Windows 10 – By Chris Hoffman howtogeek.com
Microsoft’s Windows File Recovery is an official tool for recovering deleted files from hard disks, SD cards, USB drives, and other storage media. Here’s an in-depth, step-by-step guide on using this command-line utility.
Best password manager to use for 2020: LastPass, 1Password and more compared – By Clifford Colby cnet.com
If you've always had a hard time keeping track of all your passwords, the coronavirus pandemic probably isn't helping. What can help, however, is a password manager to oversee and handle the login credentials of each of your devices. The best password manager can also auto-fill the forms in your web browsers as well as sync your data across Macs and Windows PCs, iPads, iPhones, Android phones, and more.
How to Save Time with Gmail Templates (Canned Responses) – By Simpletivity youtube.com
Gmail templates can help you save so much time when dealing with email. Whether it's a brand new message or a reply, using Gmail templates (AKA canned responses) will make you the master of your email. In this video, Scott Friesen shows you everything you need to know about using Gmail templates.
32 Gmail Hacks to Own Your Inbox – by Suzanne Scacca
It’s easy to confuse Gmail with other email providers. After all, how much can you really do with email besides send and receive messages?
Chrome OS / Chromebook – Speech recognition – By mcmw.abilitynet.org.uk
Speech recognition on Chromebook enables you to use ‘speech-to-text’ dictation in programs where you would normally type, such as Google Docs and Gmail as well as allowing you to carry out web searches by asking questions straight into the browser.
How to see your mail before it arrives – By Barbara Krasnoff theverge.com
The United States Postal Service has introduced a new service that you may — or may not — find useful. Informed Delivery lets you preview the front exterior of incoming mail on your computer or phone; you can also track packages and leave delivery instructions for those packages.
The post office will actually email you photos of your incoming mail – By Tiffany Kelly dailydot.com
As a kid, waiting for the postal worker to drop off your mail was fun. As an adult, it just sucks. Bills, insurance information, checks, and traffic tickets may await you after a long day of work. Or you could open the box to nothing and wonder if the postwoman never came or if it was somehow stolen. But last year, the United States Postal Service (USPS) rolled out a program called Informed Delivery that emails you pictures of the snail mail coming your way.
How to Copy, Cut, and Paste on a Windows PC – By Benj Edwards howtogeek.com
Copy, cut, and paste are three basic operations that every Windows user should know by heart. The concepts behind them apply to nearly every application you’ll ever use. Here’s how they work.
All Microsoft’s PowerToys for Windows 10, Explained – By Chris Hoffman howtogeek.com
Microsoft is hard at work on PowerToys for Windows 10. This open-source project adds many powerful features to Windows, from a bulk file renamer to an Alt+Tab alternative that lets you search for windows from your keyboard.
Google Chrome tab groups prepare 'collapse' option – By Ben Schoon 9to5google.com
We’ve been watching Google test out tab groups for Chrome in one form or another for what feels like years, and finally, the functionality is rolling out to users. Shortly after its arrival, though, Google Chrome’s tab groups are preparing to improve the feature by allowing users to “collapse” a group.
How to Collapse and Hide Tab Groups in Google Chrome – By Justin Duino howtogeek.com
Google’s Tab Groups feature is available in Chrome 83, releasing on May 19, 2020. Google is slowly rolling out the feature along with the ability to collapse groups of tabs to help organize your Windows 10, Mac, Linux, or Chrome OS browser window.
How To Create a Group Email In Gmail and Other Hidden Features – By Anya Zhukova helpdeskgeek.com
Everybody wants to keep their correspondence organized. We all drown in email daily. You may spend hours sorting through countless ads, reports, newsletters, and messages that pile up in your Gmail account.
7 Great Photo Editors on Windows for Hobbyists and Professionals Alike – By Eric Schoon reviewgeek.com
Photo editing can mean a lot of different things, from simple color grading and cropping to making images nearly unrecognizable from the original version. Because of this range of complexity, there are many programs out there that focus in on one aspect of photo editing, and others that try to do it all. With so many options and things to consider, it can be hard to figure out what’s best for you.
Google Docs gets fixed positioning w/ new image sidebar – By Abner Li 9to5google.com
Google Docs on the web is getting the ability to fix an image to a certain position on the page. As part of this, the editor is adding a new image formatting sidebar to provide easier access to capabilities.
4 Grammar Checker Services That Will Terrify Your Typos – By Suzanne Humphriesreviewgeek.com
You don’t have to be an English major to rock perfect grammar—just let a grammar checker do it for you. They act as your personal editor and ensure that your writing looks professional before you publish or submit it.
How to Compare Documents in Google Docs – By Brady Gavin howtogeek.com
You can already see what’s changed in a file by reviewing the revision history in a Google Docs file, but now you can also do the same to two separate documents. Here’s how to use the Compare Documents tool.
How to Find Archived Emails in Gmail – By Ben Stockton howtogeek.com
Deleting emails from your Gmail account is final—they’re lost forever once you empty your trash folder. If you want to hide emails, rather than delete them, you can archive the messages instead. This allows you to find and retrieve the emails at a later date.