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How to Quickly Search Google Drive

If you haven’t gotten around to organizing your Google Drive and need to find something in a hurry, you might have difficulty finding a particular file. Here’s how to quickly search Google Drive....

How to Scrape Text from an Image in Chrome

Usually, you use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software to extract text from an image. However, as of Google Chrome 76, you can use an experimental feature to scrape text from images without any additional software....

All of the Best Google Docs Keyboard Shortcuts

Nobody likes to do things the hard way which is why they created keyboard shortcuts! We’re going to take a look at shortcuts that you’re able to use in Google Docs to shorten the time it takes to use everyday acti...

How to Use Chrome’s Built-In Task Manager

Most operating systems have a built-in task manager or resource monitor that lets you see all active processes and programs running on your computer. The Chrome web browser also has one that helps you end troublesome tabs and...

How to Copy and Paste on a Chromebook

Should you need to copy text from one document into another, don’t worry. Copying and pasting on a Chromebook works identically to how it works on any other operating system, and you can do it in a couple of ways....

How to Take a Photo on a Chromebook

Your Chromebook comes equipped with a built-in camera you can use to snap pictures to post to your social media accounts or share with friends and family. Here’s how to take a photo on a Chromebook....

How to Create a Google Form with Branching Logic

When you create a survey with Google Forms, you can use conditional questioning to send respondents to specific pages based on their answers. Here’s how you can use branching logic to send people to questions that perta...

How to Use Virtual Desktops on Chrome OS

Google is finally adding virtual desktops to its repertoire of Chromebook features—something other major operating systems already have—with Chrome OS version 76. The function has been in testing for several month...

How to Import an Old Email Account Into Gmail

If you recently switched to Gmail, but want to import all your old emails into your account, Google makes it a breeze. Automatically transfer messages and contacts from one email address to the other within minutes....

How to Use the Equation Editor in Google Docs

The equation editor in Google Docs is the perfect feature for people who use mathematical equations inside their documents. Here’s how you can quickly add math equations with ease in any of your Google documents online....

How to Download Android Apps On Chromebook

One of the best things to come to Chromebooks was the introduction of the Google Play Store to access the millions of Android apps on supported Chrome OS devices. Here’s how to install Android apps on your Chromebook....

How to Change Chrome’s Default Language

Google Chrome for Windows and Chrome OS lets you change its user interface language from over 100 available languages. So, if you want Chrome’s settings and menus to appear in another language, here’s how to chang...

How to Organize Your Google Drive

Over time, with some neglect and potential laziness, your Google Drive can accrue tons of files and become a mess to find anything. Here’s how to organize your Drive to find everything fast and make sure it stays in ord...

The Beginner’s Guide to Google Forms

Are you just getting started with Google Forms? Never heard of it before? Either way, here are some tips to help you get going with Google’s powerful form tool and start building surveys and forms online for free....

How to Copy Google Drive Folders

If you need to copy a Google Drive folder from a web browser, Google doesn’t make it easy for you. But you can use a workaround or download the desktop app for a more streamlined approach.

How to Enable Picture-in-Picture on Chrome

The Picture-in-Picture (PiP) extension for Google Chrome lets you play any video in Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode, and it works on all platforms. PiP is a popped-out, always-on-top video player that floats on top of other win...
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