Now your photos look better than ever – even those dusty old prints. Take out those old pictures you’ve been meaning to scan, and share them! Original post on Google Blog: https://blog.google/products/photos/now-your-photos-look-better-ever-even-those-dusty-old-prints/ Photos from the past, meet scanner from the future Google Photos is a home for all your photos and videos, but what about… Continue reading Google Picture Scan
They are everywhere, storage size is increasing and prices are dropping. We use them for backing up our most critical files, yet most people do not handle them correctly. Of course we should keep them dry, away from temperature extremes and magnets – but there is one common source of corruption that is often overlooked.… Continue reading Flash Drives – How to Remove Correctly
Outlined below is a process that works flawlessly, every time. There has been a literal TON of discussions online re: Win7 / Win8 .vs. Win10 and the upgrading being forced upon us users. — and I’m still dealing with customers that won’t leave Vista. Seriously. I’ve been testing and evaluating Win10 since the initial Beta release.… Continue reading Upgrading to Win10 – Go ahead, it’s stable, simple and it’s the Best of Win7 and Win8
I ran into this problem recently on my Ultrabook – I didn’t have enough room to sync my entire Google Drive Folder to it! It has a 128Gig Solid State Hard Drive internally .. buut ~15gig is the recovery partition, another ~15-20gig is used by the Operating system .. 30gig by programs and development tools ..… Continue reading Out of room on your Laptop SSD to sync all your Google Drive files?
It looks like Google may soon be breaking down barriers between its two operating systems and giving Chrome OS users access to Android apps from the Google Play Store. As spotted by a Reddit user this weekend, Chromebooks running version 51 of Chrome OS are showing a checkbox in their settings menu that reads “Enable Android apps… Continue reading Chromebooks may soon be able to run almost every Android app
We’re running out of time these days for our old favorite, Win7. It died last year, and there are only security patches issued until 2020. As much as we’d like to keep it around, it IS 2005 technology, and will be completely unsupported in a few years. A quick workaround of the security update bug… Continue reading Sticking with Windows 7? The forecast calls for pain
Google Docs just stepped up its voice features in a big way. Nearly six months after introducing voice typing for Google Docs, the company is adding voice commands, which allow you to edit and format documents with only your voice. SEE ALSO: Google Docs now lets you type without typing at all The extensive list… Continue reading Google Docs Voice Control!