Do you use Dropbox for online cloud storage? If you do, then you probably access your Dropbox from your phone, PC, laptop, tablet, among many other devices. Today’s post will go over how to check what devices are linked to your Dropbox account.
You will consistently hear about how you need to back up your data. This is absolutely true, you should be backing up all of your data. However one of the things that seems most forgotten in a backup is your bookmarks.
So you are trying to use your MacBook, on battery, and it seems that the battery life gets shorter and shorter before you have to plug it back in. Well you aren’t going crazy, every time your battery drains
One of the principles of Tech Geek and More is to make tech easy. For that, Today’s post will cover How To: Turn On Two Factor Auth Instagram. We just want to make sure you have the knowledge to protect your online presence.
In the continuing push to make sure you have the knowledge to protect your online accounts, today we give you the information you need to protect your Twitter account. Today’s post will cover How To: Turn On 2 Factor Authentication for Twitter.
There is 1 “feature” (and I use the term loosely) in iOS that just drives me and most users we support insane. The feature involves iOS automatically adjusting the screen to the brightness around you.
One thing you can do secure an online account is to activate Two-Factor authentication. Twitter, Facebook, Google, Dropbox, iCloud, and most online email services offer two-factor authentication. With two-factor authentication, when you try to log into your account, you will receive a message
Here is an interesting “Did You Know” about Instagram. Did you know that you can track how long you have used instagram, on a daily basis, over the past 7 days? Yep, for those who may need to confirm if they are addicted to Instagram
Do you live on YouTube? For videos, YouTube is still the gold standard. The problem is that YouTube tracks everything you do. So that can cause a couple of issues. You may not want to have others see what you have been looking at
Today’s post is inspired by a question, by a fellow employee. The question she asked was in Microsoft Outlook, how do you adjust the default font and font size for messages?