Google ended support for Google Calendar sync and the application completely stopped working on 1 August 2014. You are no longer able to sync your Google Calendar with Outlook Calendar, thus, forcing you to switch to a single character.
It might be an easier option to just stick to one calendar, but there are still people who prefer to use both. So the need of syncing Google Calendar to Outlook still persists. You cannot get the syncing feature by any official means and Google doesn’t seem to be in any mood of rethinking the decision.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t have an alternative solution. Many third-party tools and services have sprang out that let you sync your Google calendar to Outlook and vice versa. In this Tutorial, we are going to introduce some reliable tools and services that will let your sync Google Calendar for Free!. Read full post →How To Sync Google Calendar To Outlook
The Windows Registry is a database/storage area for the operating system that is used to centralize settings and data for Windows itself, but also for countless apps that choose to use it (the alternative is a local settings file).
It was created for Windows 3.1 and doesn’t always reflect how apps are being used today. As a result, it is quite common to see computers with a bloated Windows Registry. This would result in slower computers because the more information there is, the longer it takes to find information.
There are solutions to clean-up and defragment the Windows Registry to avoid wasting performance and disk space, and to make your computer faster. In this article, we will show you how to do it in a matter of clicks. Read full post →How To Clean The Windows Registry