Compressing files can be a great way to store data or send data. When data is compressed it takes, less space on your hard drive providing you more space to use and you will also be able to carry more data on your USBs and DVDs, etc.

Compression also helps in sending data online via email or uploading it on a platform for people to download. You also cannot send folders in an email, but you can compress a whole folder to send it via email. Read full post →How To Compress Files In Windows

The biggest drawback of Chrome when competing against other Web Browsers is you cannot continue a failed download from the point it failed, instead you have to restart. This might not be an issue if it was just a tiny file or a temporary download URL, but what if you were downloading a file that is in GBs and it was 70%+ completed? Do you really want to start from the beginning?

We have some solution for you that should be less time consuming than starting the whole download again. All you have to do is locate the unfinished download and resume it in Firefox.

For this purpose, you will need to have Firefox installed Read full post →How To Resume Chrome Downloads (Using Firefox)

All browsers come with balanced fonts, readable and easy on the eyes. However, there are times when you just get tired of watching same font style or maybe the font size is not big enough for you. Some people have weak eyesight so they need to make the fonts bigger to be able to read comfortably.

For all these reasons, all browsers come with the option of changing fonts, both size and type. If you are having issues with the fonts you can easily change them from your browser’s settings. Although the process for reaching these settings is not same for every browser. You need to know how you can change fonts on your particular browser and we are here to help. Read full post →How To Change Browser Font (Style and Size)

Apps in your Android phone can use a good share of resources and if too many apps are operating at the same time it can lead to some performance or battery issues. This is why, it can be important to only running apps that you actually use and others should be deleted or otherwise disabled (when removing them isn’t an option). Read full post →How To Disable Android Apps

If you own a Nexus device then you know how great the “Vanilla” (or “pure”) Android OS is. However, that doesn’t mean that Nexus devices are not lacking any functions. There are many features that you might not find on a Nexus device but the best thing about Android platform is the fact that you can add anything to your device after it has been rooted.

Root permission grants you access to do almost anything with your android device, change the ROM, install new services, completely tweak the look of your Android OS, get rid of bloatware, etc. If you really want to root your Nexus device then we will teach you a simple method that will let you Root almost any Nexus device from the latest Nexus 6 to the old Galaxy Nexus, except for the Nexus One smartphone because that’s really old. Read full post →How to Root Any Nexus Device

Cookies are tiny bits of information stored by websites you visit in your PC so when next time you visit that website, they will know who you are and have your data arranged. This helps in many ways, like remembering your shopping cart and login information, etc. that helps keep things automatic. However, cookies can also be used for advertising purposes to provide you better advertisements. If you like, you can delete cookies anytime you want to stop first-party or third-party advertisers from tracking your internet behavior. Read full post →How To Delete Cookies (Major Browsers)

Accidentally deleting important files is quite common when you have tons of data to delete. In most cases, you should be able to retrieve data from the Recycle Bin but what if you deleted from there too or deleted the file while pressing “Shift” Key (it deletes data permanently instead of sending to Recycle Bin)?

However, you might not be out of luck yet, there is still a chance that you might be able to recover your files using proper tool. When you delete a file it is not actually deleted, it is just removed from the system’s index, but still stays on the Hard drive. The OS just can’t detect the file again, which is why you can’t see it, but with the help of a Data-recovery tool you can recover these files. Read full post →How To Recover Deleted Files On Windows

Your default Android keyboard is quite reliable and can get the job done without clenching your teeth. You can easily text, chat or type emails, but things could be better, or look more stylish.

Even if you just explore the default Android keyboard a bit, you should be able to find different ways to increase your productivity and type faster. If you want to go beyond that, there are hundreds of Third-party keyboards that many people claim are much better than the default keyboard. Options are there, all you have to do is jump in.

If you are ready to change your keyboard and then hop along, let’s help you get the perfect keyboard according to your need.

Note: This tutorial is created using Samsung Galaxy core 2 running Android 4.4.2. For other Android devices, the process and settings should be similar with slight differences. Read full post →Change Android keyboard: Fun & Free

The current generation of consoles has been quite successful. Both Sony and Microsoft have offered a lot of new features and options with their respective consoles. Sony Playstation 4 has sold a lot more units worldwide than Microsoft’s Xbox One, however, after a decent price cut and a great bundle offer last month, Xbox One has received some serious attention from gamers as well. There’s no denying that both consoles offer a lot of new things to the gaming community and both have their ups and downs. We’re not here to argue which console has the edge over the other one. We cater to all gamers be it a PC gamer or any console gamer. Today, we will help out gamers who’ve just bought their shiny new Xbox One and want to learn how to fix the really slow installation process of different games. Read full post →How To Install Xbox One Games Faster

If there is an error in your Windows or you want to teach someone using your PC then Screenshots are one of the best ways to express. They will provide exact image of what is happening on your screen which you can share to make it easier for anyone to know.

Taking screenshots is actually quite easy but there are some other methods and tools that can help take screenshots in different ways. If you know how to take proper screenshots according to the requirement of situation, you can present it even better.

In this tutorial, we will use different methods, both Windows built-in and third-party tools, that will enable us to take screenshots in different ways and make the process easier.

Read full post →How To Take Screenshots In Windows