Do you need to clear up some memory on your computer? Are you tired of too many random apps you never use showing up when you are searching for programs that you actually use? Here is a simple guide on how to uninstall apps on Windows 10.
Caution: If you are not sure what a program does, you should look it up before removing it from your computer. It could be performing a vital function behind the scenes or enabling other apps to run smoothly. When in doubt, leave it be.
Do you want to email an interesting article to a co-worker or post a cool infographic to your Facebook page? Using Microsoft Edge’s integrated sharing feature, you can share through a variety of mediums without leaving the page you are viewing. Many websites already have buttons to share their content on popular social media sites, but the built-in Edge sharing option gives you control over your sharing options and will always be available, regardless of whether or not the website was designed for sharing. This functionality can be achieved in Chrome, Firefox, and Safari by installing a series of browser extensions, but Edge’s approach is simpler and cleaner.
By default, Bing is used as the default search engine with the Edge browser. However, if you want to use a different search engine such as Google or DuckDuckGo, follow the steps in this tutorial.
Microsoft Edge is the default browser on Windows 10, and it comes with quite a few tricks up its sleeve. One that sets it apart from its competitors is the ability to write, doodle, and highlight directly on web pages. If you are using a touch screen device, go ahead and use your finger to scribble away. If not, you can use your mouse or trackpad just as easily. If your handwriting is as illegible as mine, you also have the option to type in notes.
This is better than just a marked-up screenshot. When you save or share your annotated pages through Edge, you can scroll down and see the whole webpage, not just the part that was visible when you saved it.
Here is some good news for you. Lollipop 5.0 comes with features to keep your Android phone secure without having to punch in your passcode constantly. With Smart Lock, you type your passcode once, and as long as your phone stays near you or in a trusted location, you do not have to type it again.
Smart Lock works with Trusted places, Trusted devices, and a Trusted face — yours. Combined with an Android security mobile app, Smart Lock delivers the perfect blend of safety and convenience.
To maximize the use of your Android phone, you need a Google Account. Without one, you cannot even start downloading free applications and content from the Play Store. You can create a Google account through a website. However, you still need to verify your Google account via SMS or a phone call. This control is in place to prevent the creation of multiple Google accounts using automated procedures. This verification process may inconvenience some users as you need a unique, previously unregistered phone number to verify your newly created account. What most Android users do not know is that an Android phone can be used to create a Google account quickly and easily. This article explains how to create a Google account in a few steps using your Android phone or tablet.
By default, Windows 10 extracts colors from your desktop’s background and uses the main extracted color for text, icons, app tiles, and many other elements in the system. While this feature helps to create a system theme that matches your wallpaper, the extracted color may sometimes create a theme that you find unappealing. Furthermore, if your computer shuffles through a lot of wallpapers throughout the day, the theme will be changed constantly. Luckily, it is possible to set the accent color manually without relying on the current desktop background. Here’s how.
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The latest Samsung Galaxy devices have safety features that are helpful during emergencies. One of them is Emergency Message Mode that allows you quickly to send a message showing your current location and address. You need to enable Emergency Message Mode on your device so that you can use it. Read on to learn how to maximize the use of this feature.
Have you been tasked with scheduling study groups, team meetings, or class due dates? You can create a shared Google Calendar to communicate relevant events to everyone who is interested. You have the choice to share with a few individuals or to make your calendar public so that anyone can find and add it. Read on to learn more about sharing your own Google Calendar.
iPhone’s Reminders app helps you keep track of important dates for tasks that you need to complete. The Reminders app is different from the Calendar app on your iPhone as Reminders is focused more on managing tasks and organizing lists for shopping, planning, etc. The Reminders app for iOS devices can be one powerful tool if you know how to maximize its function. This article is part of a set of tutorials that will show you how to make the most of the Reminders app for your iPhone and other iOS devices.