How to Change Your Default Google Account on the Web – By Joe Fedewa howtogeek.com
It’s easy to use the web with multiple Google accounts signed in at the same time, but you will always fall back to the “default” account. It’s a little tricky to change this, but it can be done.
All the OK Google commands and How to use them – By Arol Wright xda-developers.com
Google Assistant is a very powerful tool we should all learn to wield properly. Even if you’re not deeply invested in the Google ecosystem, it’s still a nice tool to have, as it’s one of the most flexible and capable voice assistants, not just for Android, but for any device in general. Nowadays, it’s integrated into phones, TVs, tablets, and smart home devices, and smart displays, and even trigger it from wired earphones!.
How To Use the New Chromecast Remote to Control Your TV – By Chrome Unboxed youtube.com VIDEO
For a variety of reasons, if you picked up a new Chromecast with Google TV you may have skipped out on setting up the TV controls during your initial out of box experience.
How To Master Split-Screen Mode on Your Chromebook – By Chrome Unboxed youtube.com VIDEO
Over the course of the time Chromebooks have been available, they have become very adept at window management. From a useful overview mode to virtual desks to easy window snapping, Chrome OS has quite a few tricks up its sleeve to help you be productive with more than one window at once.
How to Quickly Resize Multiple Images on Windows 10 – By Benj Edwards howtogeek.com
Need to resize a group of images quickly on Windows 10? With Microsoft’s PowerToys utility, you can do it directly from File Explorer with a right-click—no need to open an image editor. Here’s how to set it up and use it.
The 30 best Android apps of 2020 for your new phone, tablet, or Chromebook – By Matthew Sholtz androidpolice.com
The year is almost over, and it was one for the record books, that’s for sure. While 2020 may have been a challenging year for many of us, we’ve also seen some fantastic apps released this year.
Other Noteworthy Chromebook Apps: – By Kyle Bradshaw 9to5google.com
Did you recently get your first Chromebook, whether for the holidays or as a self-gift to improve your work-from-home setup? Here are some of the best apps to use on your new Chromebook across the web, Android, and Linux.
How to use Google Drive – Complete Tutorial – By Kevin Stratvert youtube.com VIDEO
In this step-by-step tutorial video, learn how you can use Google Drive to backup files, to access your files anywhere, to share and collaborate with others, and to get back to your files fast.
How to Trigger Routines at Sunrise/Sunset on Google Assistant – By Joe Fedewa howtogeek.com
Routines is a powerful automation feature in the Google Home app. They make it easy to run multiple Google Assistant commands together. You can even initiate these routines with sunrise and sunset times. We’ll show you how.
Google Docs Beginners Tutorial 2020 – By Flipped Classroom Tutorials youtube.com VIDEO
This is a complete overview of Google Docs with all the later features ready for 2020. Review, learn and find out about some of the key features for Google Docs.
The Google Side Panel Will Blow Your Mind! – By Simpletivity youtube.com
Have you seen the side panel in Gmail, Drive, or Google Calendar? Did you know that it’s much more than just a small view of other Google Apps?
Unlock Chrome OS 87’s Full Potential with these 3 Hidden Features – By Chrome Unboxed youtube.com VIDEO
Chrome OS 87 has been with us for a few weeks at this point and it came along with some pretty sweet upgrades and new features. With every version of Chrome OS, however, there are hidden extras that may or may not make it into production with the initial release, but are in good-enough shape that they are worth trying out.
How to Open Chrome’s Incognito Mode with a Keyboard Shortcut – By Benj Edwards howtogeek.com
If you ever need to do some private browsing in Google Chrome, it’s easy to quickly open an Incognito window using a keyboard shortcut. In this special mode, your browsing history won’t be stored on your local machine. Here’s how to launch it.
What Is a GPU? Graphics Processing Units Explained – By Ian Paul howtogeek.com
Computer graphics are an essential part of any modern computer system, even lightweight laptops. “GPU” stands for graphics processing unit, and it’s the part of the PC responsible for the on-screen images you see.
How to Add a Table to Your Gmail Messages – By Jie Yee Ong makeuseof.com
Picture this: you want to use Gmail to send an email with a table in it to your colleagues. The table itself is small, and attaching a separate spreadsheet to the email seems kind of unnecessary. So what do you do?
How to Delete and Recover Deleted Emails in Gmail – By Marshall Gunnell howtogeek.com
Deleting emails is just one of many steps for basic inbox hygiene, but with that comes the occasional accidental deletion of an important email. We’re here to show you how to both delete emails and, with some luck, recover them in Gmail.