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Working with Google Chrome favorites keeps your internet sessions neatly organized. Read here how to boost your efficiency in minutes.
Google Chrome desktop icon missing? SOLVED. Read here how to easily create your desktop icon (and start menu and taskbar) step by step.
Learn Chrome with my Google Chrome tutorial sessions starting with how to download and install. Step by step instructions and screenshots included.
Here I explain how to set Google Chrome as default browser in 3 easy steps (screenshots included) and I offer an extra bonus tip for Chrome.
Get your Gmail email signature right: easy-to-follow guide with extra tips to make sure you're signature is working for you every time you hit send
Here's how to change Gmail password the right way, plus a few other tips for your Gmail account security options.
Here's how to set smtp Gmail settings correctly for mail clients like MS Outlook, scanner devices or software that communicates via smtp.
Here's how the Boomerang Gmail add-on can be downloaded free. I also explain how to set up, how to schedule mail messages and lots more.
Here you can create a free Gmail account and get a few bonus quick tips and tricks to get started right away
Want to clear Chrome history on exit? Since Google removed this option in Chrome you need to use an alternative method.
Create a Windows 10 sleep mode shortcut for your desktop or taskbar and put your computer in sleep mode with a single click.
Secure your PC with Windows 10 free antivirus? Learn how and where to get proven security and avoid common mistakes.
Is Malwarebytes Anti Malware download your best bet? Continue here for the official download link and an extra word of advice.
Not sure how to download Google Chrome? I've written this guide to take you through the steps with precise instructions and clear screenshots.
Solved: Add my documents to the start menu. Read here how to add the documents and other folders to your start menu in Windows 10.