Month: April 2018

4 Ways to Find the Best Google Sheets Templates

Advertisement When it comes to creating a spreadsheet, one of the best ways to start is with a template. Whether it’s for a family budget, company invoice, or academic calendar, a template gives you the foundation for your data. If you use Microsoft Excel, then you probably already know that websites with templates 3 Excellent […]

How Does Election Hacking Work? Everything Explained in Simple Terms

Advertisement The fallout from the 2016 presidential election continues to dominate the news. If you flick to your favorite news channel, there’s a strong chance at least something to do with the election is still making headlines. And for a good reason. Whatever side of the political spectrum you hail from, there’s a lot to […]

8 Adobe Illustrator Tips to Help You Design Faster

Adobe Illustrator is the best program for graphic design work; for pros and amateurs alike. But it’s so powerful it can be a pretty overwhelming experience. There’s so many things to do, and so many ways to do them, it’s hard to know where to begin. The good news is that Illustrator has plenty of […]

Snap Launches Spectacles 2.0 for Snapchat Addicts

In 2016, Snap Inc. launched Spectacles Snapchat Unveils Spectacles That Shoot Video Snapchat Unveils Spectacles That Shoot Video Snapchat has changed its name to Snap, and unveiled its new video-enabled sunglasses called Spectacles. Read More . These Spectacles from Snap, formerly known as Snapchat, were sunglasses capable of shooting video. Snap hoped Spectacles would take […]

How to Deactivate Facebook Messenger

Most people are aware of the difference between deleting and deactivating a Facebook account. In short, deactivating is akin to a temporary deletion where you can reactivate your account at any time, whereas deleting your account is a permanent removal of data. But you might not realize that deactivating your Facebook account does NOT deactivate […]

How to Set Specific Download Folders for File Types in Chrome and Firefox

Keeping your downloads folder organized can be a hassle, but there are a few automated ways to keep the mess under control. You can automatically delete files older than 30 days How to Automatically Delete Old Files in the Windows Downloads Folder How to Automatically Delete Old Files in the Windows Downloads Folder If you […]

How to Easily Switch Between Multiple DNS Servers in Windows

If you’ve looked into your boosting your internet speed or getting around blocked content, you’ve probably come across DNS servers, which are used to translate website domain names into IP addresses. While using your ISP’s default DNS works fine, customizing your DNS has lots of advantages 5 Nifty Ways to Use DNS to Your Advantage […]

How to Automatically Log Your Daily Life to Google Sheets

Life can blind us with its routine. Let’s turn to Google and open up new opportunities to improve your life? The simple act of life logging with Google Sheets can uncover details which often go unnoticed. You don’t have to sweat because you can do it automatically. There’s no special knowledge required. In this article, […]

How to Turn Your Amazon Echo Into a Smart Home Security System

You’ve been using it for playing music, calling your friends, or just checking the weather. But your Amazon Echo is far more powerful than that. Not only can it form the hub of a smart home, your Amazon Echo (Dot, Spot, Show, whatever) can also act as the control point for a number of home […]

How to Convert Color PDFs to Black-and-White With Preview on Mac

Color PDF documents are generally great, but may not serve your purpose when you just want black-and-white printouts to save on printer ink. Fortunately, macOS High Sierra and the wonderfully versatile Preview app can convert colored PDFs to black-and-white document with a few clicks. But there’s a small bug you’ll have to deal with until […]

Equip Yourself for the Fastest Growing Freelance Jobs With These 5 Skills

We are in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It is already being stoked by a mixed bag of technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, the blockchain, and quantum computing. But there’s another disruption happening below the waves: the rise of the freelancer. The Freelancing in America Survey from October 2017 said more than half of the American […]

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