Browser shortcuts let you surf the web faster and more efficiently. There’s a lot you can do in your browser with shortcuts: re-open closed tabs, change screen/font size, automatically scroll through pages, and so on. If you jump between tabs using your computer’s trackpad or mouse, using keyboard shortcuts is faster. In this article, we’ll
Zoom meetings can very easily feel overwhelming when there are a lot of people involved. A feature called “Breakout Rooms” can help large groups by allowing people to break off into smaller groups. It’s a handy trick to know. “Breakout Rooms” are similar in concept to working in groups in a real-life office or classroom.
Adding your signature to a document may be a necessary step to create the final version. You might want to add a signature to a Google Doc to make it appear more official, to personalize it, or for other legal reasons. While Google Docs is intuitive and easy to use, the process of adding your
There are a few companies that people seem to have trust issues with. Google is one of them, and it’s no mystery that the company collects a lot of data about you. But just how much does it have? Let’s check. How to See Everything That Google Knows About You The good news is that
People usually imagine the most prominent targets of hackers and cyberthreats to be government organizations and big businesses. But while these are highly lucrative targets, they’re also exceptionally difficult ones. In reality, most hackers are opportunists. They’re interested in valuable targets, but they also optimize their practices to attack low-hanging fruit. Small businesses represent the