How to Share a Google Calendar with Other People

We all lead busy lives, and keeping track of appointments and events is key to maintaining your sanity. Lots of people use Google Calendar to manage their schedules, which means it’s very useful to share some of your calendars with other people, like co-workers or family members.

How to Enable Offline Browsing in Firefox

To make your browsing experience faster, your web browser downloads the resources needed to display webpages, such as images, JavaScript files, and style sheets, into the browser’s cache. When you visit a webpage again, the browser uses the downloaded resources to display the page instead of downloading them again.

How to Turn Off “Raise to Wake” in iOS 10

Raise to Wake is a new Lock screen feature available in iOS 10. It allows you to wake your phone’s screen simply by picking up your phone. This feature is on by default, but if you’d rather not use it, it’s simple to turn off.

How to Enable Offline Browsing in Chrome

When you visit a webpage in a browser, all the resources, such as images, style sheets, and Javascript files, are downloaded and stored in the browser’s cache. This allows webpages you’ve already visited to load more quickly because the browser doesn’t have to download the resources again.

How to See When a Text Message was Sent on Your iPhone

By default, the iPhone’s Messages app shows you the date and time for the first message on any given day, but not for every message sent and received. However, the exact time each message was sent is hidden–but there’s an easy way to show all the exact timestamps.

How to Share Notebooks in Microsoft OneNote 2016

Microsoft OneNote 2016 is a great free note-taking tool, not just for yourself, but also if you want to collaborate on notes and projects with others, such as colleagues or family members. We’ll show you a few different ways you can share your OneNote notebooks.

How to Make Microsoft Office’s Spell Check Ignore URLs

If you write documents containing a lot of URLs, it can get annoying when the spell check in Word questions almost every one. You can save yourself a bit of time and frustration by telling Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to ignore URLs in your documents when performing a spell check.

Quickly Delete Digits in iOS’ Calculator with a Swipe

iOS’ built-in calculator is a basic, simple-to-use calculator that’s very handy for doing some quick calculations, such as calculating the tip on your restaurant bill. It’s also useful for longer, more complicated calculations. However, there is one button missing.

How to Search Through Comments in Excel

Comments in Excel are great for making notes about certain cells so you can keep track of your work. If you’ve added a lot of comments to your worksheets, it can get hard to remember where you put a specific note in a comment.