Your Microsoft Account No Longer Requires a Password … Wait, What? – By Andrew Heinzman Review Geek
Microsoft has spent the last few years edging toward a passwordless future. And now, the company is allowing users to remove passwords from their Microsoft account in favor of Windows Hello, the Microsoft Authenticator app, SMS sign-in, and other forms of authentication. It’s an odd move, but it comes with a few major benefits.
How to Change Your Google Profile Picture – By Marshall Gunnell How-To Geek
Your Google profile picture appears in all kinds of places. For example, when you leave a Google review or send someone an email in Gmail, people will see your profile picture. Here’s how you can change it.
Is Your Ethernet Cable Faulty? Signs to Watch Out For – By Tim Brookes How-To Geek
Cables are a necessary evil and a source of many computer and network-related problems. While you can’t ditch cables entirely, some cables may need to be replaced more often than others, including Ethernet cables used for networking.
4 hidden Chromebook features to supercharge your productivity on Chrome OS 93 – By Kent Duke Android Police
Chrome OS 93 arrived for most Chromebooks last week, and it refines the core experience with polish (like adding a stylus battery indicator) to help make your device more enjoyable to use. It’s not the most exciting release out-of-the-box, but with a little tweaking on your end, you’ll be able to take advantage of some even-more-useful but experimental features that aren’t part of the default Chrome OS experience yet. Here are a few of them we’ve found that will help take your productivity to the next level.
How to Sum a Column in Google Sheets [Mobile Apps & Desktop] – By Lee Stanton alphr.com
Google Sheets is undoubtedly a part of the modern business starter pack. This useful app lets you keep your data organized, clear, and up-to-date at all times. And it’s quite user-friendly!
How to See Basic Calculations Without Formulas in Google Sheets – By Sandy Writtenhouse How-To Geek
Are there times when you want to see a quick sum or average of your data, but don’t necessarily need the formula result in your spreadsheet? In Google Sheets, you can select the cells and see basic calculations without formulas.