How to Stop Facebook from Uploading Low-Quality Photos and Videos from Your Phone

Over the past few years, the quality of mobile cameras has become insane. Unfortunately, Facebook hasn’t quite caught up to this. By default, when you upload a photo to Facebook from your phone, it’s uploaded as a low resolution file. Here’s how to change that.Open the Facebook app, go to the Options screen and select Settings. Head to Account Settings > Videos and Photos. Turn on both Upload HD switches on. Open the Facebook app, go to the Options screen,

Read more

How to Match Colors on Your Multiple Monitors

If you’re anything like me, you love working on a big, beefy desktop PC with as many monitors as will fit on your big, beefy desk. And if you’re anything like me, it also drives you crazy when the colors and image settings on those monitors don’t match exactly.I won’t lie: getting your monitors to match each other is a tough chore, especially if they’re from multiple manufacturers or product lines. It’s doubly difficult if you’re trying for color accuracy,

Read more

How to Move to a Dedicated Camera After Using a Smartphone Camera

Last year, for the first time in five years, the number of cameras sold actually increased. While I’ve got nothing other than personal anecdote to back it up, I suspect that people are loving taking photos on their smartphones so much that some of them are actually deciding to buy a dedicated camera.If you’re one of those people thinking about making the leap from using a smartphone to a camera, here’s what you need to know.Camera quality isn’t something that’s

Read more

How to Get the Most Out of Your Chromebook

Chromebooks are fantastic little devices—they’re simple enough for nearly anyone to use, and often come in at prices a fraction of Windows laptops or MacBooks. Whether you’re a Chromebook veteran or a first-time buyer, here are some tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your machine.If you’re just fooling around with the idea of getting into the Chromebook scene, you’re probably curious which one to buy. They can come in at prices as low as $99

Read more

5 Handy Tips for Organizing Your iPhone and iPad Apps More Effectively

Often find yourself wading through pages of icons, looking for that certain app? There’s a better way. Learn to organize your iPhone home screen properly, and use a few extra tips to find the right app every time. Here are out favorite tips and tricks for a more productive iPhone.This isn’t really an organizational trick, rather a super-handy way of always finding the app you’re looking for (provided you can remember its name).Simply pull-down on the home screen to reveal

Read more

How to Create a Marathon Training Plan With Excel

Gearing up for a big race? This can often take months of training, and the best way to make the most of it is to keep a close eye on your performance. You can use Excel to create a spreadsheet where you can log all your runs for future reference. What’s more, if you set it up correctly, it will create graphs How to Create Interactive Excel Charts With the INDEX Formula How to Create Interactive Excel Charts With the

Read more

Google Quietly Launches Gmail Go for Android

Google has launched Gmail Go for Android. But, unlike other Go apps, Gmail Go has rolled out without a formal announcement, so we don’t yet know all of the details. Gmail Go is the latest in a growing line of lightweight versions of popular apps designed for low-end Android phones. Since 2016, Google has released a series of Go-branded apps. Such as YouTube Go, which is now available in 130 countries, and Files Go. And in December 2017 Google launched

Read more
1 2 3 4 77