How to make a backup with the new Windows Backup app – by DigitalCitizen
Conditional Formatting in Google Sheets (Complete Guide) – By Simpletivity YouTube
Why Does Email with a Lot of BCC’ed Recipients Bounce? – By Ask Leo! YouTube
How to Enable DNS Over HTTPS on Windows 11 – By Benj Edwards How-To Geek
For improved online privacy and security, Windows 11 lets you use DNS over HTTPS (DoH) to encrypt the DNS requests your computer makes while you browse or do anything else online. Here’s how to set it up.
How to create custom fields for Bitwarden vault entries – By Bitwarden YouTube
How to Repair Windows 11 With an In-Place Upgrade (and Keep Your Personal Data) – By Chifundo Kasiya How-To Geek
When reinstalling Windows 11, you might worry about what will happen to your files, apps, and settings. Luckily, there’s a way to reinstall Windows without losing your personal data. We’re going to show you how to perform an in-place upgrade.
What is Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) and How Does It Work? – Fbi john
Today, the need for robust security measures has never been more critical. “What is two-factor authentication?” you may ask. Two-factor authentication (2FA) and multi-factor authentication (MFA) have emerged as vital components in the fight against cyber threats, providing an extra layer of protection for sensitive systems and data.
How to Set Your Default Microphone and Camera on Windows 11 – By Shan Abdul How-To Geek
If you have multiple microphones or webcams connected to your Windows 11 computer and want to use a particular device automatically, without having to mess around in the settings each time, you have to set your preferred device as default.
Google’s new Titan Security Key is its latest step towards a passwordless future – By Jay Bonggolto Android Police
Google has long been advocating for better online security, and its Titan Security Key is a testament to that commitment. Titan is billed as an extra layer of defense against hacking and phishing.
Log Into Your Old Google Account Before It’s Gone Forever – By Arol Wright How-To Geek
It has technically been possible to get a Google account since 2004 when Gmail was first launched. Back then, the account was good for just emails, but now, it can be used across a variety of different Google services. There are probably a lot of inactive accounts at this point, and now Google is going to start clearing them out.
Google Drive redesigns the document scanner on Android – By Abner Li 9to5Google
In addition to a new homepage and other UI tweaks, Google Drive on Android is rolling out a big redesign of the document scanner interface with more features.
What Are “Time Sensitive” Notifications on iPhone? – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
For a long time, iPhones and iPad treated all notifications the same. You could turn them all off or do it on an app-by-app basis. Now, some notifications will be “Time Sensitive” to give you more control.
Use these lesser-known features to become a Google Docs pro – By David Nield The Verge
Part of the appeal of Google Docs is its clean, accessible interface: open up a document, and the invitation is there to simply dive in and start typing without having to bother with settings screens or page configurations.
How to set your Chromebook wallpaper to a Google Photos album – By Kevin C. Tofel aboutchromebooks.com
I’m not sure when this became available but you can set your Chromebook wallpaper to a Google Photos album. That’s different than simply selecting a single Google Photos image.
How Do Password Managers Work and Why Do You Need One? – By Franklin Okeke TechRepublic
Learn how password managers work, their benefits, and why your organization needs one to secure sensitive data and prevent security breaches.