It is always a good idea to review your privacy settings on any device. Most often with apps, when you download them, they always need access to something before being able to work. You would almost always grant the access to use the app properly, but there are ways to control your data and how it is shared. Here is a detailed article on how to review and change your privacy settings specific to iPhone. Click on the link below.
Windows users are familiar with the concept of the task manager, a program that shows everything running on your computer. The Mac version is called the activity monitor. Google’s Chrome browser has a task manager of its very own and it’s a good way to keep a handle on your tabs.
If you have 30 tabs open, it can be hard to remember what’s where. Access the task manager through the settings (it’s under “more tools”) or use the shift + esc keyboard shortcut on a Windows machine. The task manager lists all your open tabs. Double-click on a tab’s description to make it pop up in view in the browser. There is also an “end process” option that lets you close tabs you no longer need or shut down a misbehaving tab.
When you want to quickly open a link in a new tab, look to your mouse. After placing your cursor on the link, click down on your scroll wheel. It’ll automatically open the link in a new tab.
“Microsoft Outlook lets you create electronic sticky notes that you can display either in Outlook or right on your desktop, letting you get all those real sticky notes off your desk. Here’s how to use them.”
The Chrome 54 update introduced some minor modifications to Google’s browser. Now Google Chrome automatically detects your DPI (Dots Per Inch) settings. This has scaled up Chrome’s UI so that it’s more zoomed in for some who have Windows DPI settings above 100%. This is how you can restore the browser’s UI scaling back to what it was before the update.
To fix this issue, follow these simple steps;
- First, you should right-click a Google Chrome shortcut and select Properties from the context menu.
- Click the Compatibility tab on the Google Chrome Properties window as below.
- That tab includes a Override High DPI Scaling Behaviour option. Select that option’s check box. If you don’t see this checkbox, you should see a button that says “Change high DPI settings”. Click that, you should see the checkbox there.
- Click Apply and OK to apply the setting.
- Restart Google Chrome if you had the browser open before selecting the
Override High DPI Scaling Behaviour option. Note that this option might not fix Google Chrome’s scaling in Windows 7.
Without the use of third party apps, Gmail now lets you write an email and schedule a sending time. Here is how to do it;
In the Gmail desktop browser, compose your email as you would regularly. Instead of clicking on send, click on the little arrow next to the send button. Click “Schedule Send”.
Choose when you want to send the email. You can choose a time like “tomorrow morning” or provide a custom date/time.
Please note that Windows Server 2008 is nearing its End Of Service Life! Customers still running Windows Server 2008 after end of support will face a number of challenges: increased threat of cybercrime, loss of support for popular applications, rising costs and limited options for Cloud computing.
What does End of Life mean?
Almost all Microsoft products have a support lifecycle during which Microsoft provides new features, bug fixes, security fixes, and so on. The end of this lifecycle is known as the product’s End of Life. When Windows Server 20018 reaches its End of Life before the end of this year, Microsoft will no longer provide:
1. Technical support for issues
2. Bug fixes for issues that are discovered
3. Security fixes for vulnerabilities that are discovered
Advisory: Windows Server 2008 will reach End of Service Life (EoSL) officially ends on January 14th 2020. However we recommend transition to Windows Server 2016 or Windows Server 2019 to ensure ongoing support and avoid disruption to your business prior to thisdate.
We strongly encourage that you upgrade as soon as possibleto avoid any down time. Please contact us to assist with your transition. Our support team will be glad to help out!
The desktop of every version of Microsoft Windows has included a “My Computer” icon. Windows 10 still has it, but they now call it “This PC”. If you don’t see the icon on your desktop, here is how to restore it;
1 – Right-click on an empty area of the Desktop, then select Personalize from the drop-down menu.
2 – Click the Themes link in the left-hand column.
3 – Click Desktop icon settings.
4 – Check the box beside Computer in the window that pops up. You can choose to either display or hide any of the icons listed inside this window simply by checking or unchecking them.
5 – Click Ok.
A great step by step article on how to customize your junk email folder in Outlook. Get through your inbox faster with these steps to get rid of the spam clogging your inbox. Click below to check it out.
“Junk Email is the folder where Outlook sends mail it thinks is spam. You can customize Outlook’s spam filter to block or whitelist senders or domains, or crank up the automatic filtering and delete spam automatically.”