There are a handful of ways to sideload an application on your Android phone or tablet. Here are three.
It's a multi-platform world. Learn how the versatile Export tool can make your presentation readable on any kind of device.
It's not just dissidents looking for anoymous email, but everyday people who'd rather not reveal their true identity.
Showing photos to friends? If the pictures move too slowly, you bore your audience. If they move to fast, you annoy them. Here's how to set the speed in several common programs.
Evernote's notes and notebooks are great until you have too many of them, too stuffed with stuff. Use these advanced search operators to help you sort through the virtual piles.
Change your keyboard; change the world. Or at least type a little faster.
Your PC may not have a lot of RAM, processor speed, or hard drive space, but often you can still speed up your computer by limiting the apps that start-up at boot.
If your computer has acquired the habit of shutting down when you didn't ask it to, there's a good chance that it's overheated. Here's how to cool it down.
Chances are you don't have to encrypt your entire hard drive. But you need to know what files to encrypt.
You can't take your PC to the picnic, but you can use these apps to plan a perfect day.
Google's almost ubiquitous email client doesn't guarantee that your email will be private, or that your account won't be hacked. But the right precautions can give you reasonable protection.
If you're ready to part ways with the social network, you've got two options -- deactivate your Facebook account or delete it completely.
Chromebooks are designed to be online all the time, so it's no fun when you lose your connection.