Tip of the Week

Tip of the Week: Freeze Microsoft Excel Panes

Tip of the Week: Freeze Microsoft Excel Panes

In the right hands, Microsoft Excel can be an incredibly potent data management tool. Unfortunately, scrolling down will leave your headers out of sight unless you take steps to freeze them in place. Let’s discuss how you can do this and be more productive with this tool. (more…)

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Tip of the Week: What to Do to Avoid Malware

Tip of the Week: What to Do to Avoid Malware

We discuss security a lot. It’s really an important issue for businesses and individuals alike. We typically discuss the actions you can take to ensure you are doing all you can to protect your organization’s network and infrastructure from harm. Today, we are going to break down one of the most crucial parts of any cybersecurity setup: the antivirus.  (more…)

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Tip of the Week: Easily Share a Website from Your Smartphone to Your PC

Tip of the Week: Easily Share a Website from Your Smartphone to Your PC

Sometimes you might be browsing the Internet on your phone and come across an interesting tip or page that you want to share with your other device to access later. On Android, you can easily send the webpage to your PC when using the Chrome browser.  (more…)

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Get Control Over Your Battery with Google Chrome’s Battery Usage

Get Control Over Your Battery with Google Chrome’s Battery Usage

Google Chrome is a known battery killer, at least in the traditional sense. Since so many people use Chrome for their browsing needs, Google decided to release a new feature in Chrome 108 called Energy Saver. What does this feature do and why is it important to know about? (more…)

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Tip of the Week: Change Your Default Web Browser

Tip of the Week: Change Your Default Web Browser

When it comes to technology, we all have our preferred ways of doing things. On a computer, you have several ways of accessing the Internet, and we are sure you have your preferred web browsers for accessing it all. Let’s go over how you can ensure that your computer knows what your preferred web 0browser is by switching the default...

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Tip of the Week: Download Your Outlook Email as a PDF

Tip of the Week: Download Your Outlook Email as a PDF

Sometimes you might want to download an email from your inbox. It might be for various reasons, such as documentation or otherwise. What file format works best for this type of purpose? A PDF is one that comes to mind, as you cannot easily edit a PDF, something which makes it great for sending documents that you want to preserve...

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Tip of the Week: How to Clear the Cache on Your Android Device

Tip of the Week: How to Clear the Cache on Your Android Device

In order for your device to run at optimal efficiency, you sometimes need to clear the temporarily stored data on your device known as the cache. You can do this for your applications on your Android device, as well as the browsers you frequently use. Let’s go over how you can do both to speed up your device a bit....

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Tip of the Week: Learn How to Archive Your Emails in Outlook

Tip of the Week: Learn How to Archive Your Emails in Outlook

Sometimes you have an inbox that is chock-full of emails, but you just can’t bring yourself to delete them. After all, who knows what valuable information could be found in all these messages? The natural solution to keep you from wasting time digging through an inbox day after day just to find important information is to get those messages out...

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Tip of the Week: Update Your Android Device

If you use Android devices, then you should know that updating your operating system is incredibly important. You’ll get the latest patches and fixes for various bugs, but you’ll also receive important security updates that will help you stay safe while using your device. Today, we want to walk you through how to update your Android device to the latest...

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Tip of the Week: Create a Calendar Event in Google

Tip of the Week: Create a Calendar Event in Google

How often do you receive requests for meetings or other time-sensitive reminders through your email inbox, only to forget that you signed up for them weeks or months later? Sometimes it can be easier to just add an event to your calendar right from your email inbox. Let’s go over how you can add an event reminder to your Google...

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