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How to Split Screen on a Chromebook

Multitasking is essential for being productive on a computer. Being able to see more than one app at a time has tons of uses. We’ll show you how to split the screen with apps on your Chromebook.

How to Empty the Trash in Gmail

There are two ways to remove emails from Gmail: “Archive” and “Delete.” When you delete an email, it gets sent to the “Trash,” which is where it stays for 30 days. You can also empty it sooner to immediately free up space….

What Is Google Play Pass?

You might feel like everything is a subscription service these days. Movies, music, food, even earbuds. Google Play Pass is another one, and it gives you access to paid apps and games for a monthly fee. Let’s explore it….

What’s New in Chrome 94, Available Now

Google Chrome gets a new release every four weeks. Version 94 arrived on September 21, 2021, and it includes Google Drive files on the New Tab Page, more HTTPS features, and a new sharing menu. Let’s take a look….

What Is AQI on Google Nest?

Google Nest Hubs are handy little weather stations. You can easily see the current temperature and look into the forecast. They can also show you information about the air quality (AQI). In some places, that’s important to kn…

What Are Instagram Messenger Rooms?

Facebook acquired Instagram in 2012, and the two platforms have been getting more crossover features ever since. Instagram “Rooms” is an extension of the Facebook Messenger feature with the same name, but there’s a little mor…

How to Use Portrait Mode in FaceTime

Portrait Mode is a great feature for the iPhone’s camera. It can make your selfies look a lot more polished and professional. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could use Portrait Mode on FaceTime? Well, you can….

How to Get the Old Safari Back on iPhone

iOS 15 introduced a redesigned Safari interface that puts the address bar at the bottom of the screen. If you prefer to keep it at the top of the screen—like most web browsers—it can be easily swapped….

How to Use Zoom on a Chromebook

Zoom is one of the most popular video conferencing services on the internet. You might be wondering how to use it on a Chromebook since you can’t install typical desktop apps. Don’t worry. It’s easy.

How to Track Your Kid’s Location on Android

Tracking someone’s location is a touchy subject, but there are legitimate reasons why you might want to do it. One common example is tracking your child’s location. We’ll show you how to keep an eye on their whereabouts….

How to Identify Objects with Your iPhone

Having a camera on your phone opens up a world of possibilities. The iPhone can identify objects from your photos, saving you the hassle of looking things up yourself. It’s a pretty cool trick to know….

What Are Push Notifications?

In our always-connected world, we’re constantly being barraged with notifications. There are plenty of different types of notifications, but one term you’ve probably seen a lot is “Push Notifications.” We’ll explain what you …

How to Unarchive an Email in Gmail

Gmail offers two ways to get rid of an email: “Archive” and “Delete.” They may sound the same, but there’s a big difference. Unlike deleted emails, archived emails are never completely gone and can easily be unarchived. We’ll…
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