When a friend asks you if they can borrow your computer to browse the web, it’s usually not an issue. But sometimes it leaves you with search suggestions, and ads for products, that you’re not interested in. Well, Google Chrome has the solution for you! What you need The desktop version of chrome. This has to be one of the most recent versions, but it usually will automatically update and/or send you notifications. The easiest way to tell, is to look up in the top right. Next to the minimize button, you’ll see your name, or “Person” written in a … Continue reading Guest Browsing With Chrome: Let Your Friends Browse Without it Impacting Your Account
PC Basics is just that – the basics of how to use your computer for almost any common task! Today, we’ll go over how to make a video call using Google Hangouts. What you need You’ll need just a few things in order to make a video call. A computer Windows, Mac OSX, and Linux all should work A webcam with a Microphone These are often built in to all-in-one or laptop computers. If you don’t have one set up, pick one up and plug it in via USB They usually will work without any set up. Just plug it … Continue reading PC Basics: Making a Video Call
If you haven’t gotten Windows 10, should you? Find out, on Teen Tech Daily Continue reading Windows 10: Should You Upgrade?
Did Microsoft really make the “best” digital assistant on the market? Today, we look at Cortana. Continue reading First Impressions: Cortana for Android
Slideshows take time to make, right? Wrong. It’s easy and free to make one, and if you know how, it could take just minutes. Continue reading Make a Killer Slideshow in Minutes
Office Lens is a project by Microsoft to make scanning documents as easy as taking a picture on your smartphone. Was it worth developing? Continue reading Office Lens Review: Like a Scanner in Your Pocket