Tech Tips

29
Apr

How to Fix Outlook 2013 Asking For Your Password Over and Over Again

Written by: Jay H. If you’re using Office 2013, you may have run into your Outlook application asking you to sign in over and over again, even when you enter the right credentials. This issue is annoying at best, but if you depend on emails for your work, it can halt and hinder your productivity. Luckily, you can fix this

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15
Apr

How to Boot Into Safe Mode in Windows 10 or Windows 11

If you’re troubleshooting an issue with your computer, oftentimes you may want to boot your computer into safe mode. Safe mode starts Windows in a basic state with limited drivers and files, meaning that if a problem doesn’t occur in safe mode, it is not the default configuration that is causing your issues. If you’re diagnosing your computer, here are

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4
Apr

How To Save A Page as a PDF

  Written by: Jay H. PDF files are an easy way to share documents, web pages, images, and files. Luckily, it’s easy to save just about anything as a ready-to-share PDF. Here’s how you can save a page or file as a PDF. How to save a page as a PDF Open the webpage or file you want to save

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25
Mar

How To Create Rules in Apple Mail

Written by: Jay H. Every day, we receive a barrage of emails. In the midst of hundreds of spam emails, it’s really easy to miss important emails. Thankfully, in just a few steps, you can create rules to ensure you never miss out on important communications. Here’s how to create rules in Apple Mail. Open Apple Mail, then click Mail

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12
Mar

What To Do If You Get A Tech Support Scam Pop-up

Written by: Jay H. You’re doing your usual browsing, and nothing is amiss. But suddenly, you click on a link and up pops a bright, bold message claiming your computer has a problem and urging you to call a provided phone number immediately. You’ve stumbled upon a tech support scam, which involves cybercriminals using scare tactics to trick you into

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27
Feb

8 Ways To Speed Up Your Laptop

Written by: Jay H. A slow laptop is not only extremely frustrating, but it can grind things to a halt and decrease your productivity. If you’re struggling with a sluggish laptop, you should try these tips before going out and buying a new one. Here are 8 ways you can speed up your laptop. 1. Uninstall unused programs When was

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14
Feb

How To Set Up Automatic Out-Of-Office Replies In Outlook

Written by: Jay H. When you’re going on vacation or out of the office, you can easily set up an automatic out-of-office reply in Outlook. These messages let people who email you know that you’re not available to answer their messages. Here’s how to set up an automatic out-of-office reply in Outlook. How to set up automatic out-of-office replies in

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31
Jan

How To Share Your Outlook Calendar

Written by: Jay H. Your Microsoft Outlook calendar is great for tracking appointments, events, and important dates, and you might want to share your schedule with other people. Luckily, sharing your Outlook calendar is easy and takes only a few steps. Here’s how to share your Outlook calendar. How to share your Outlook calendar with someone To share your Outlook

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20
Jan

How To Make Your Laptop Battery Last Longer

Written by: Jay H. Your laptop is great for getting work done on the go, but its limited battery life can be frustrating. Luckily, there are some ways you can squeeze more life out of your device’s battery. Here are 5 ways you can make your laptop battery last longer. 1. Use power saver mode Power saver mode helps save

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10
Jan

How To Take Full-Page Screenshots

Written by: Jay H. Taking screenshots is an easy way to capture and save what’s on your screen. But what about if you need to screenshot your entire webpage versus just what is on your screen at that time? Luckily, you can easily capture your entire webpage in just a few steps. Here’s how to take a full-page screenshot. Free

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