How To See Your Game's Frames Per Second (FPS)
Want to see how well your computer is handling games? You can check on this by looking at the FPS (frames per second) that should help clue you in, and if you’re wondering how to do this, you’re in luck as this guide will show you how.

How To Export Your Gmail Contacts
Are you planning to migrate to a different email provider? Maybe you just want more control over your contact list than trusting it to Google’s cloud? Either way, here’s what you need to know if you are interested in exporting your Gmail contacts.

How To Turn Notifications On Or Off In Chrome
Sometimes when you go to a website you might get prompted whether or not you want to turn on notifications. If you’d like to learn how to better manage your Chrome notifications, here’s how.

How To Reset Network Settings On iPhone
Having issues with your WiFi or cellular connection on your iPhone? Then perhaps you might want to consider resetting your network settings to see if that helps.

Advertising

How To Group Tabs In Google Chrome
Did you know that in Google Chrome you have the ability to group your tabs together? If you didn’t know, then check out our guide on this awesome productivity hack!

How To Export Your LastPass Passwords
Now that LastPass has crippled its free tier, you might be considering looking for a different password manager, so here’s how to export all of your LastPass passwords to bring it over.

How To Uninstall Flash Player On Windows 10 + macOS
Now that support for Adobe Flash has officially come to an end, here’s what you’ll need to do if you wish to remove Flash Player from either Windows 10 or macOS.

How To Play Stadia On The iPhone And iPad
While Google Stadia does not have an official app on iOS devices yet, it doesn’t mean that iPhone and iPad users are left out of the loop. If you own an iPhone or iPad and want to play Stadia, here’s what you need to do.

How To Go Live On Twitter
Did you know that Twitter has a feature that lets you create a live broadcast? If you’re interested in using that feature, here’s what you need to do.

How To Create A QR Code For Your WiFi Password
Creating a QR code for your WiFi will make it easier for friends or guests to your home to quickly and easily connect to your home’s WiFi network instead of bothering you for it.

How Do I shoot in RAW On My iPhone
Want to take RAW photos on your iPhone? Maybe you own an iPhone 12, or maybe you own an older iPhone, but don’t worry as this guide will show you how to capture photos in RAW.

How To Recover Deleted Emails In Gmail
Accidentally deleted an email you didn’t mean to? If you’re using Gmail, here are some ways you can recover that deleted email.

How to Change Microphone Volume in Windows 10
Are you getting feedback from people that say that you sound too quiet when you’re on video or voice calls? Then you might want to increase your microphone’s volume, and here’s how you can do that.

How to Free Up Space On Your Apple Watch
As the Apple Watch isn’t offered in various storage configurations, it means that you might encounter an issue where your watch runs out of space, but here’s how you can free up that valuable space.

How to See How Much RAM Your Phone Has
Our smartphones are essentially like computers, which means that in addition to having a processor, they also have RAM. Want to see how much RAM your phone has? Here are the steps.

How to Make The Most Out of Google Photos
Google Photos is the most popular photo storage solution. Not just limited to Android’s market share, but Google Photos is technically the most convenient and easy to use option for most of the users.You can easily sync your photos automatically with unlimited storage for high-quality photos (till June 1st, 2021). Of course, when Google’s new policy comes in to effect, any photo or video you upload will be count against […]

How To Disable The Windows 10 Login Screen
If you want to disable the Windows 10 login screen so that you can startup your computer faster, here’s what you need to do.

How to Change Your Monitor’s Refresh Rate on Windows 10
Monitors come in varying refresh rates and they’re usually set to a particular refresh rate by default, but did you know that you can actually increase or decrease your monitor’s refresh rate?

How To Disable Edge’s New URL Copy and Paste Feature
The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge is the new default browser for Windows 10. Even though it is a decent web browser, the improved copy and paste feature introduced by Microsoft is annoying for many users.In this article, we will take a look at how to disable the new URL copy and paste feature.What’s the Problem with the New Copy and Paste feature?Usually, when you copy and paste the URL from the […]

How to Set Up a VPN
A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is meant to provide an encrypted connection to the Internet from your device. You can mask your IP address, bypass geological restrictions, and enhance your digital privacy on the Internet.But, how do you set up a VPN?