If you’re using the Google Chrome web browser (highly recommended), then typing in complex passwords can be a bit of a struggle. Here’s how to see what you’re typing.
Google Chrome power users will know that it’s possible to move individual tabs around, or to drag one out of the window to create a new window of Google Chrome.
Google Chrome has a neat feature that allows it to automatically fill in online forms, saving you time and effort.
If you’re worried you may have left your Gmail signed in on a computer you don’t own, potentially giving strangers access to it, you can easily check this and remotely log out from those computers.
Google Drive is a popular cloud backup tool because it provides free storage. If you use Google Photos on your phone by default, it backs up your photos to Google Drive.
It’s not necessary to log out of one Gmail account before you can check another. It’s now possible to log into multiple Gmail accounts simultaneously and the process couldn’t be easier.
Occasionally when viewing a web page, you might need to zoom in or out to view the content more appropriately (photo detail or fine print). There is a simple keyboard shortcut that works with most web browsers, including Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Firefox. Hold the Control key (Ctrl) and then tap the + key […]
Google Photos is an excellent tool for storing and viewing your photos, but it has a number of other useful features. Most practical for most people is that it can be used to free up precious storage space on your phone by removing photos that have already been backed up to the cloud. To do […]
When you do a search in your Google Chrome browser, the results open in the window you’re viewing. However, sometimes you just want to look up information without losing the site that you were on.