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  • 10 Mar, 2020

    How to Leave a Slack Workspace

    Image Credits:Howtogeek Slack is one of the most popular organizational workplace communication tools that is currently in the market but even though, it is not clutter-free. You can take away some distractions by removing all the old workspaces you belong to but aren’t active in anymore. Here’s how to do that. Go ahead and open up the Slack application on your Windows PC or Mac PC and go straight to the workspace that you would like to leave. You can view all your current wor.

  • 10 Mar, 2020

    How to Safely Clean Your iPhone With Disinfecting Wipes

    Image Credits: Howtogeek Apple now says that it is okay to make use of disinfecting wipes to clean your iPhones. In the past, Apple was against using disinfecting wipes on its products while the CDC said it is a very good idea to protect against COVID-19. Why Did Apple Recommend Against Disinfectants? Normally, manufacturers of devices like Apple goes against harsh disinfectants because those disinfectants can wear away the oleophobic coating on their smartphone’s screen. This .

  • 9 Mar, 2020

    How to Install Android on Your Windows Tablet

    Windows tablets are becoming more popular. But if you’re looking for a bigger selection of apps, Android is the answer. heres How to Install Android on Your Windows Tablet. What Tablet Are You Using? Image Credits: makeuseof Before going further, you need to, be aware that Android can only be installed on a standard 32-bit or 64-bit Windows tablets. Those that use make use of ARM processors (such as the much older Microsoft Surface RT) are not compatible. Meanwhile, the way to ins.

  • 9 Mar, 2020

    How to Shuffle or Repeat Songs on iPhone or iPad

    Image Credits: Howtogeek You can include additional varieties to your music listening experience on your iPad and iPhone  by turning on Shuffle, which plays songs in a random order. Or if you love a song, album, or playlist and needs to keep hearing it over and over again, turn on Repeat. Here is how to do that. Shuffle Music with Siri Voice Commands If you’re comfortable with voice commands, the easiest way to shuffle your music is with Siri. Activate Siri by holding down .

  • 9 Mar, 2020

    How to Charge Your Laptop Anywhere With a Portable Charger

    Image Credits: Howtogeek Do you want to have more battery life on the go? You can get a portable battery charger for nearly any kind of laptop whether it has a USB port or not. Portable battery chargers are not just for smartphones alone. Put one inside your bag and you will always have some backup power at all times. USB-C Chargers (for Laptops That Charge Over USB-C) Image Credits: Howtogeek Many recent and modern laptops come out of the box with a USB type-C Power Delivery for ch.

  • 7 Mar, 2020

    How to Combine Word Documents

    Image Credits: Howtogeek For most Microsoft Word Users, the fastest way for joining together Microsoft Word documents is to manually copy and paste them into one file which is both time consuming and very painful to do considering the fact that you might have a lot of documents that you want to merge together. This is not the best method for joining together Microsoft Word documents, a much easier method is to insert your documents as am objects instead. Here is How to Combine Word Documen.

  • 7 Mar, 2020

    How to Change the Case of Text in PowerPoint

    Image Credits: Howtogeek If you’re looking to quickly change the case of the text in a slide of your PowerPoint presentation, Microsoft Office provides a couple of quick and easy ways to do so—and several different text case styles to choose from. Here’s how. Image Credits: Howtogeek Change the Case of Text Using the Ribbon Open the PowerPoint presentation and navigate to the slide that contains the text you want to change the case of. Once you get there, just.

  • 6 Mar, 2020

    How to Turn Off Read Receipts in Outlook

    Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager which is owned and managed by Microsoft and made available as a part of the Microsoft Office suite applications. Microsoft Outlook is an email application, and it also incorporates a task manager, calendar, contact manager, note-taking, journal, and internet browsing, with a lot of other utility features. In Microsoft Outlook, you can send read receipts to find out if someone has received and opened your email. You can also get read receipts f.

  • 6 Mar, 2020

    How to Run Android Apps and Games on Linux

    Do you Want to run some Android applications on a Linux PC? There are lots of available options, but the options that works best is by using Anbox. It is a tool that lets you run your favorite Android apps on Linux without emulating the full OS. Meet Anbox, Your “Android in a Box” Having access to your preferred Android apps and games brings a new dimension of productivity to Linux. Mobile apps are, by design, a lot simpler than desktop apps. Linux users should try out  Anbox.

  • 6 Mar, 2020

    How to Get Incoming Call Alerts on Windows 10 With Android

    Sometimes when you’re working on your PC, you don’t want to be distracted by your phone. But you still want to know when someone is calling you. You can use one of these three methods to get phone call notifications from an Android device on your PC. Get Call Notifications on PC Using Cortana If you use an Android phone and a Windows 10 computer, you can get phone alerts on your computer whenever you receive or miss calls. All you need to do is set up Cortana on your Android phone.

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