If you’re investing in a flatscreen that’s going to work hard for the next few years, you’ll want to make sure you’re getting peak performance.
If you’re looking for a specific scene in a long video clip (like a movie) on YouTube, you could run your cursor along the timeline, but there’s another way that’s even more efficient.
While watching a YouTube video on a PC, it’s possible to shrink the video screen into the lower-left corner of the PC screen.
If you do most of your Netflix watching on a PC, then knowing how to use the keyboard as a control is very helpful. F – Go full screen Esc – Exit full screen Spacebar – pause and play PgUp – play PgDn – pause Shift + Right Arrow – fast-forward Shift + Left Arrow […]
If you’ve indulged yourself with a guilty-pleasure movie or series on Netflix that you’d rather others in your home didn’t know you’ve seen, there’s a way to hide that. Simply log in to Netflix.com on your PC and click on your profile picture in the top-right corner. Go to Account and scroll down to My […]
If you don’t like the default appearance of the subtitles when you’re watching Netflix, there is an easy way to change that. Start by logging into your Netflix account on your PC. Go to Account, then Profile. Find the section for Subtitle Appearance. From here you can adjust the size, font, colour and background of […]
If you’re having issues with your TV remote control, you can use your phone’s camera to check it. Start the phone’s camera app and point it to face the front of the remote, as though you were going to photograph the little transmitter bulb in the front. Now hold down any of the buttons on […]
There’s an easier way to skip ahead when watching a YouTube video on your phone. Instead of clumsily dragging the timeline, quickly double-tap the right-hand side of the screen to jump ahead 10 seconds. If you keep tapping, you’ll jump forward an additional 10 seconds for every tap. Tap on the left to rewind.
Searching and controlling the Netflix app on your TV can be awkward, especially for typing search queries. Here is a quick solution that works on most modern TVs: Use your smartphone.