You can’t just close the browser’s tab to sign out of a service/platform you recently signed into. The session usually remains active with the help of the cookies stored on your browser. This could pose a threat if you tried accessing your Gmail account on a shared computer. So, in this article, we will let you know to truly sign out of Gmail. Read full post →How to Sign Out of Gmail



Many users have at least two email accounts; one for personal and another for professional use. So what happens when you have a custom email address (non GMail.com domain) and wish to manage it (send and receive email) via Gmail? The process is fairly simple, just let out step-by-step tutorial guide you through. Read full post →How To Use A Custom Email Address With Gmail


Almost every Internet user must have downloaded a ZIP file from the Internet, but not all of them know how they are created in the first place. Do you need a 3rd party software to create a ZIP file? Does the operating system on your system includes a native support for Zip files? How do you start creating compressed ZIP files? Fret not, in this article; we will show you exactly how it is done on the most commonly used operating systems (Windows, Linux, Mac OS). Read full post →How Do I Make A Zip File?


Thankfully, since Android 5.0 Lollipop, Google has added a functionality called “Guest Mode” that is meant to keep any third party using our smartphone – with our consent – limited to a specific set of apps. Setting up and using Guest Mode is very simple, and we are going to be guiding you through the process step by step. Read full post →How To Use Guest Mode on Android


 

The particular guide involves using your device’s File Manager app, without needing to consult your computer. If you are not familiar with the File Manager app, you can take a look at our tutorial. To kick things off, open the File Manager app, which is located somewhere in your phone’s home screen along with the other apps. Depending on your device’s manufacturer, the app’s name might vary – Files, File Explorer etc. Read full post →How To Move Photos To SD On Android


On Android, the result of maxing out your storage is the appearance of the annoying “insufficient storage available” notification. Freeing up your device’s storage usually involves plugging the device into your computer, where you can unload your photos and videos. In this tutorial, we will guide you through tips on how to seamlessly and wirelessly clean up storage space on your Android smartphone and tablet.

Read full post →How To Free Storage Space on Android, Without Computers


Mirroring your Android smartphone or tablet to a TV used to be quite an ordeal, which usually involved rooting the phone or using a bunch of cables. Not anymore, though, thanks to manufactures integrating Mirroring in their very own UIs, a slew of free apps on Play Store and Chromecast. In this tutorial, we are going to be showing you how to easily mirror your Android device’s display to your TV, both wirelessly and via cable. Read full post →How To Mirror Android Screen On Your TV


In this tutorial we are going to be showing you how to seamlessly disable automatic in-app purchases, thus giving you a few seconds before ultimately making the decision whether to buy those extra credits, or preventing a malicious third-party from purposefully maxing out your credit card. The process is very simple. Read full post →How To Turn Off In-App Purchases on Android


A new form of payment has managed to find its way into the mainstream: smartphones. Both major smartphone manufacturers, Apple and Samsung, have developed their very own ‘smart pay’ apps, called Apple Pay and Samsung Pay respectively. Google’s counterpart is Google Pay. Read full post →How To Use Google Pay


The first screen (or tab) that you observe while launching a browser is the “homepage.” You may even refer to it as the start page of your browser. As per your preference, you may set it to anything you like. It could be a blank window, a search engine, or a blog.

To save time, you should set your favorite website on the Internet as your homepage. Fret not; it is very easy to set the homepage to your favorite site. We will walk you through the steps to do it for three different browsers (Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome). Read full post →How to Set Your Home Page On Edge, Firefox and Chrome