Recently I got myself Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ which is a fantastic smartphone with a curved screen on both the sides. I love the phone and there is absolutely nothing in it which it can’t do when compared to any other phone in the current market.
To add to the features that I love in this phone, there is one feature of Adaptive Fast Charging which means when the battery goes down you can fast charge it to full in around 30-40 mins but if you compare this to other phones they would still take like 90 to 120 mins to completely charge. Continue reading “How to Fix Samsung Fast Charging Not Working for Galaxy and Note Phones”
Thinking about buying a new PC? Has your once shiny, new computer deteriorated over time? Is it slow, unresponsive, or does it feature an ancient operating system? Before you junk your computer and spend a fortune on an entirely new system, consider the following tips. It is possible to have your old computer running like new again.
Upgrade Your Hardware
No one is asking you told hold onto a buggy, Windows 98 PC. But, if you have a somewhat contemporary PC, updating the hardware could have it operating like new again. Consider installing an SSD (solid-state drive), which will increase speeds and increase your storage space. SSDs turbocharge boot times, app launch times, and browsing times. Continue reading “Don’t Buy a New Computer Until You Read This”
Sometimes you learn about something when you are presented with options. I never knew or better to say, I never figured out that there exists two different formats for a CD/DVD disk. It was last week, when I went on Amazon to buy a DVD pack for myself that I found that there actually exists two different DVD types (excluding others like RW, RAM), DVD-R and DVD+R (DVD minus R and DVD plus R) and it was then that I began reading more on that and finding out what are the differences.
So in case you are still not sure about the key differences between –r and +r formats and why do they even exists, then I am jotting down my findings. Continue reading “Differences between DVD-R and DVD+R”
We are inundated with entertainment access each and every day. If you’re like me then you’re the type of person to spend nearly an hour sorting through the stations, browsing the Web, purchasing digital games, unlimited music stations, or scrolling through Netflix to find something to watch. There is so much choice that it starts to become a problem which people like to call information overload.
On one hand it’s amazing that we have so much content available but on the other it feels like there is simply so much that we can’t decide on what we want to do; it’s an interesting problem.
As someone who probably spends a little too much time browsing entertainment options, I figured, I could give you a distilled selection of services (and recommendations) so you’re no longer aimlessly surfing through the channels, Web, music, or games. Continue reading “Things you can do to Spend Free Time on the Internet”
It’s about time that your most awaited Windows OS will be launched. After Windows 8.1, and skipping Windows 9 in between, next major release of Windows known as Windows 10 is going to be released tomorrow and interestingly for users running their computers on Windows 8.1, Microsoft is offering a free upgrade.
That’s correct, you heard it right. Free upgrade to all the Windows 8.1 users (of course, who want to) and please note that it is not a trial version. The upgrade is a full home version of the Windows 10, which is scheduled to go live on July 29, 2015. So for all those who registered for their free upgrade, the download will start automatically in the background whenever it is available for you. Continue reading “Are you Windows 10 Ready?”
Search engines came a long way and really helped us in searching for almost anything over internet. Internet, which is a knowledge reservoir needs search engine to be searched for and without it, we can’t find out what we are looking for.
Popular search engines like Google, Bing or MSN enable the user to find what they are looking for. Now it also happens sometime that we searched something today and sometime later, we wish to find out what was the keyword that we searched. We can go and check the history but what if, you want to check that for some other user on the same computer? Continue reading “Find what you searched on Internet with any browser using MyLastSearch”
When you are listening to some songs from your iPhone, it shows on your lock screen. Song details like singers, album art and other details are displayed on the lock screen. Although it is a useful feature to have all the information right on your home screen and without needing to click the songs, but it can be too revealing for people around you.
There might be occasions when you are listening to some music, which you might want to hide from others close to you. In that case, it can be done using an app called as Secret “Now Playing” which can be downloaded from the Cydia Big Boss repo on your jailbroken iPhone. Continue reading “Hide Now Playing Music Info and Album Art from iPhone Lock Screen”
Google Maps are my first choice to find out the route that I should take while travelling to some place or may be just to see what’s the current traffic situation is like. I use Google Maps on my desktop with Chrome at work, laptop at home and also my mobile phone which are all in sync with each other.
Everything was great until recently my Chrome browser at work stopped showing the route lines for some direction on Google Maps. It just displays the time taken for different routes but doesn’t display the route lines like it used to. Continue reading “Google Maps not Showing Route Lines in Chrome”
After the Candy Crush notifications, I am now frustrated at my buddies filling my news feed with their game updates. Seeing their game updates again and again on my news feed is kind of irritating and was wondering if there is some way to turn it off. Well, I just came across one and thought to share with you so that you can disable them too. (If you are still struggling to disable the Candy Crush or similar notifications, here is the procedure to disable them). Continue reading “Stop or Hide Game Updates from Friends on Facebook Feed”
If you have been using Samsung Galaxy phones or are a Samsung fan like me, then this news is probably not a good one for you. Security researchers have announced that Samsung Galaxy phones including the latest one S6 is vulnerable to attacks. Well, there is a chance, that yours is vulnerable too out of all the 600 million impacted phones worldwide.
As per the statement, what is making the phones unsecure is the keyboard app called as SwiftKey that comes pre-loaded in the phones. If this vulnerability can be successfully exploited, it can lead to attackers remotely accessing your device to spy through its camera or microphone, track your physical location via GPS, install malicious apps without you knowing, steal information and even eavesdrop on your messages and voice calls. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Phones Vulnerable to Security Flaw”
Cleaning up your hard disks or even the apps is always a good idea as they free up space and helps the system to respond faster. Whatsapp is no different. The app is so famous and easy to use that people often find it simple to share images, audio and video through this, which in turn consumes space on your phone memory or the SD card memory to be able to store that media.
When I feel the space is running low, I tend to clean up the media myself by going into the save location but for all those who don’t like to do this manually, there are apps. One such useful app is called WCleaner for Whatsapp, which is really simple to use too. Continue reading “Clean up Whatsapp to Delete Media and Free up Space”
If you are just like my roommate who keeps on forgetting phone here and there, and then spends time to find out where it is, then this is some useful article for you. Phones these days are so small (well, large ones are catching too fast) that we tend to misplace them every now and then, and then spend time on finding them. How about something that lets phone to tell on its own, where is it?
Sounds funny, isn’t it? But with the help of this useful app which is available only for Android, called as Whistle Phone Finder, you can actually just whistle to locate your misplaced phone. Yes, of course, you need to learn how to whistle at first place lol Continue reading “Whistle to Find your misplaced Android Phone”