Edit Saved Username And Passwords In Google Chrome Browser


If you know your computer's admin username and password, you can only view the current passwords saved by local Google Chrome browser via clicking three dots on top-right hand corner of Chrome browser and selecting "Settings"; However, to change the saved username and passwords, you'd have to visit this URL online; https://passwords.google.com/ Click the profile … Continue reading Edit Saved Username And Passwords In Google Chrome Browser

Free Domain Email Forwarding For A Website


After you register a domain name with any registrar, most of the domain E-mail forwarding requires extra payment. To get a free domain E-mail forwarding, follow these steps; Method 1: Check With Your Domain Registrar Check with your domain registrar. For example, if you register your domain with Google Domains, they offer a free way … Continue reading Free Domain Email Forwarding For A Website

Create A Windows 10 Desktop Shortcut To Open A Specific Website URL In Google Chrome Browser Private Mode (Incognito)


Sometimes you don't want your computer or internet browser to store your information due to privacy issues. To achieve this, you can start a Chrome browser in Incognito (or a private) mode. Here's how you can create a Windows 10 desktop shortcut icon that opens a specific website in private browsing mode via Google Chrome … Continue reading Create A Windows 10 Desktop Shortcut To Open A Specific Website URL In Google Chrome Browser Private Mode (Incognito)

Favorite Links Browser Bar Represents Our Online Personality


In Chrome browser, I have marked some websites as my favorite links which appear on the top of the screen; Fast.com Yahoo Mail Gmail Contacts via Google Voicemail and SMS checking via Google Voice Blog (Notes) Pixabay - free images Google Drive to save documents online Calendar - Google Whatsapp Web Personal Photos - Google … Continue reading Favorite Links Browser Bar Represents Our Online Personality

Change Default Contact Save Location To Google Instead Of Oppo A1K Phone ColorOS


Whenever you create a new contact and save in on your phone, it automatically stores it in the internal memory of the phone instead of in the Google Contacts. To change the default location for saving your contacts, follow the procedure mentioned here. But first, let's change the default view of your contacts to Google. … Continue reading Change Default Contact Save Location To Google Instead Of Oppo A1K Phone ColorOS

Block Windows Update Via Router Firewall To Free Up Internet Bandwidth And Speed


Sometimes there are too many computers or devices to disable Windows update manually or individually. To stop Windows update eating up your Internet's bandwidth, you can block these individual addresses via your Internet router/modem; Windows update uses these DNS for updates; update.microsoft.com windowsupdate.microsoft.com Block these addresses via your Internet router firewall in the DNS settings. … Continue reading Block Windows Update Via Router Firewall To Free Up Internet Bandwidth And Speed

Top 20 Official Google Apps For Android Phones


1.Google For a quick answer to your question. 2. Google Messages An alternate Google app for your stock SMS Messaging needs. 3. Google E-Mail GMail Free Google E-mail that gives you upto many gigabytes of space for storing your important E-mails Inbox. 4. Google Play Music Millions of songs, radio stations, artists, albums by genre, … Continue reading Top 20 Official Google Apps For Android Phones

Light Internet Browser For Android Phone With Low Storage


Some phones either come with low storage or have stock (default or built-in) internet browsers that suck. To replace them with a more light fast and low on storage mobile browser, you'd have to head to your Google Play store and download any of these market-leading internet browsers for Android phone platform; Firefox Lite - … Continue reading Light Internet Browser For Android Phone With Low Storage

Be Brief – But Not THAT Brief


I sent a detailed E-mail to one of my clients and to make sure she reads it, I was about to send a follow-up text message on her phone like this; Hi. Pls. check your E-mail. Thanks That message would have clearly raised many unnecessary alarms in her head and probably caused some panic attacks, … Continue reading Be Brief – But Not THAT Brief