Because typical smartphones can display only one app on-screen at a time, they have lagged behind computers when it comes to multitasking. However, this gap is becoming narrower as phones with big screens have been developed and are becoming more popular. Since the Galaxy S5 has a large 5.1 inch screen, it gives you the advantage of displaying and using two apps at the same time to increase your productivity. Continue reading to find out how.
Creating hyperlinks within a Microsoft Excel sheet helps you to navigate quickly to another worksheet or to another Excel sheet. By creating hyperlinks on the main page, you can keep a list of other worksheets and easily navigate through it. This definitely helps save time if you have several worksheets under an Excel sheet.
If you have accidently blocked someone from your Facebook group or if you want to reverse a ban that you have made in the past, the steps in this tutorial will help you. Continue reading to find out how.
If you use your phone frequently, chances are you will find it inconvenient to type a long password every time you unlock the phone. Fortunately, using the fingerprint scanner to unlock the phone can completely eliminate the need to type a password. Not only does the fingerprint scanner let you unlock your phone quickly with just a single swipe, but it also provides better security since you are the only one who can unlock your phone. This tutorial will guide you through the steps to turn on the scanner and to set it as the preferred method to unlock your Galaxy S5. Continue reading to find out how.
Since the Settings section on the Galaxy S5 is crowded with many options, Samsung has added a Quick Settings section that allows users to access the options they use most frequently without having to scroll through several unnecessary ones. While the section is populated with many helpful items by default, you may want to customize it with your own list of options to take full advantage of the feature. Continue reading to find out how.
Capturing a snapshot of a phone’s screen is an essential and helpful trick that every smartphone user should know. Screenshots are particularly useful when your phone is acting up because you can send an image of your phone’s screen to a friend for troubleshooting. This tutorial will show two ways to take a snapshot of the screen of a Samsung Galaxy S5.
Keeping important or confidential data on your phone can be dangerous because it may be accessed, deleted, or stolen by anyone who uses your device. Luckily, there is a way to hide the files so that you are the only person who can access them. This tutorial will show you how to hide files on your Galaxy S5 without using any third-party apps.
If you are so addicted to your phone that you cannot put it down for even a minute, chances are you could break your phone’s power button because of excessive use. Luckily, it is possible to turn the phone’s screen on without touching any buttons. This tutorial will show you how to enable this feature on your Galaxy S5 or any Android phone.
Even though the stock battery that comes with the Galaxy S5 can last a day with normal usage, there may be times you want the battery to last longer than a day so that communication is not interrupted. This could be especially useful in emergency situations or when you find yourself with no way to charge your phone. By using the power saving features that come with the stock software, your Galaxy S5 can easily last two or three days with light to normal use.
Some of the most time consuming and irritating aspects of Excel are working with repetitive information. This included writing formulas, formatting, separating dates, and entering names and email addresses manually. Fortunately, the Flash Fill feature introduced with Microsoft Excel’s 2013 edition makes these tasks easier with brilliant automatic filling.
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