This quick guide will show you how to delete the list of sites (browsing history) that you’ve viewed in Microsoft’s Edge web browser. [click to continue…]
This quick guide will show you how to clear the history of sites that you’ve visited using the “Canary” web browser by Google.
One way or another, you’ve found yourself with a .webm file and are wondering how to play it. This brief overview will get you doing just that! [click to continue…]
This guide will show you how to change the location where Spotify stores any files that you flag to download in order to be able to play them when you’re offline. This can be particularly helpful if you have a large library and want to store it on an external drive. [click to continue…]
This guide will take you each step of the way through setting up your PC (or Mac) to stream bittorrent videos as they download. It’s remarkably easy and completely free! [click to continue…]
Do you have an old or no longer used Android phone or tablet showing up in the list of devices you can install Apps on? Want to remove it? Here’s how!
After endlessly scouring the Google Play Store we’ve come up with a list of our ten favorite and free Live Wallpapers for Android phones and tablets.
This overview will explain how to enable screensavers in Windows 10 [click to continue…]
This guide will show you how to use custom images for your “Speed Dial” sites in Vivaldi.
This is a fun feature of the Vivaldi web browser – the ability to have the background photo automatically match with your Desktop Wallpaper – creating a cool visual effect.
This illustrated tutorial will show you exactly how to connect a Bluetooth speaker to your Mac. [click to continue…]
This tutorial will take you every step of the way though FTP’ing (or SFTP’ing) from your Mac to an FTP server. [click to continue…]
This guide will take you every step of the way through the process of setting up and installing Android Apps on your Mac.
This quick tip shows you how to see exactly how fast you’re uploading files to your Dropbox account.
It’s an easy to access feature, it’s just hidden a tiny bit.
If you’re using Windows, click on the Dropbox icon in your System Tray. Then click the “Cog” icon (see screenshot below). It’s from that menu that you can see exactly how fast you’re uploading to Dropbox.
If you’re using a Mac, click the Dropbox icon from your Menu. Then click the “Cog” icon in the upper-right corner of the pop-up menu (see screenshot below). On that menu, you’ll see how fast you’re uploading files to Dropbox.