Apple has taken great strides to ensure that iPhone users are having an Apple Maps experience on par or even better than Google Maps can provide. One of the factors powering this is extensions, which adds functionality to certain apps by giving them permission to interact. Among all the possibilities, one extension will let you reserve dinner tables right from inside Apple Maps.
The basic clock app on Android devices is functional and has a few nice features. One of these is a "World Clock" view, which lets you see the current time in different cities across the world, and shows the time in your location at the top.
With the awesome web browsing capabilities on the new Samsung Galaxy Tab, you're going to want to get on the web. This video will show you how to connect to the internet directly through your closest Wi-Fi. It's easy with the Android OS, so get ready to surf the web!
A new introduction into the iPhone community is WordPress which easily allows you to easily control things like your WordPress blog on the move. Start off by tapping in your blog details, start writing a new post with a single tap, setting your tabs or publishing data right from the main editor through this. This also allows you to add photos directly taken from your iPhone's camera, you can change your publish date and set a password on your posts to decide who has access to them. Finally yo...
If you have a Mac, you can use Apple's Handoff feature to open one of your Safari desktop tabs in Safari on your iPhone. But if you prefer to use Google Chrome as your desktop browser, whether or not that's because you have a Windows PC, you can't "hand off" open tabs from Chrome desktop to Safari on your iPhone. There is a cool workaround, however.
It's been over a year now since Google introduced a visual way to track down which tabs are playing audio in Chrome, something that was previously only available using third-party extensions. However, they still didn't give an easy option for shutting those tabs up without having to stop what you're doing.
This video describes how to create a custom toolbar in excel. First we have to go to tools menu in the excel. Next take the option of customize there and then choose the toolbars there. Next there will be the option ‚Äúnew‚Äù tab in that box. You have to select it first and then give a name the toolbar, which you are going to create. Then will be get the tool bar. Next if you want to add the buttons to the toolbar that you have created now, you have to go to commands tab. Then you will get ca...
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to add to the Fire Mozilla browser tabs. Begin by going to the Firefox Mozilla add-ons site and search for "colorful tabs". Click Add to Firefox to install it onto your web browser. Once installed, the browser tabs will be randomly assigned to a color. In the add-on options, users are able to configure the color scheme, selected tab and miscellaneous. This video will benefit those viewers who use Firefox Mozilla as their web browser, and would like to...
More video content is making its way to Facebook as the social network relentlessly tries to get its video platform up to par with YouTube. Now, they seem to be making more of an effort to improve their video tab, as new features have started to appear on some Android phones.
Learn how to make tab top curtains with expert sewing tips about all you need to know in this free home decorating video series on making tab top curtains.
While Windows 10's new File Explorer is just as, if not more, useful as it was in previous iterations of Windows, it could definitely still be better. Two features that would greatly improve File Explorer are tabbed results and a customizable user interface, similar to how they are in Google Chrome.
For the most part, Google Play Music makes it extremely easy to upload and organize your music library, as well as access it quickly using the default settings—but there are a few things it could do better.
If you are a multi-tasker like many others and have multiple tabs open on your Firefox browser, you could run into a point where your browser crashes and lose all your tabs. Downloading the add-on BarTab will help you restore all the tabs you have lost. The add-on has customizable settings that let you configure it to what helps you best.
Quick tip on customizing Alt-Tab Interface. Download Alt-Tab Tuner 1.0.1 to get control over Windows 7's Alt+Tab shortcut.
Chrome's Incognito Mode is a great feature for folks that don't want their browsing history tracked. When it's enabled, Incognito Mode makes sure that all cookies and cache that are saved while you're browsing are deleted as soon as you leave a webpage.
New owner of a Samsung Galaxy Tab? Thinking of picking one up? In this Galaxy tablet owner's guide, you'll learn how to use the Tab's built-in web browser. For all of the details, including step-by-step instructions, watch this Samsung Galaxy Tab Google Android smart tablet owner's guide.
New owner of a Samsung Galaxy Tab? Thinking of picking one up? In this Galaxy tablet owner's guide, you'll learn how to use the Tab's various messaging features. For all of the details, including step-by-step instructions, watch this Samsung Galaxy Tab Google Android smart tablet owner's guide.
New owner of a Samsung Galaxy Tab? Thinking of picking one up? In this Galaxy tablet owner's guide, you'll learn how to use the Tab's two cameras. For all of the details, including step-by-step instructions, watch this Samsung Galaxy Tab Google Android smart tablet owner's guide.
The latest beta from Firefox introduces Panorama, a new tab-grouping feature that makes it much easier to manage tabs. See how to use it in this video. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to get started using the Pandora tab manager yourself, take a look!
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to quickly switch tabs with the keyboard. Users will need the Fire Mozilla browser to do this. Begin by going to the Firefox Mozilla add-on site and search for "crtl-tab". Then click Add to Firefox to install the add-on. To activate the add-on, simply press the ctrl and tab buttons on the keyboard. It will then open a thumbnail of your 7 most recently accessed tabs. There is also a search bar for users to use to find a specific site. This video will b...
This video will demonstrate the process to implement page numbers in your Microsoft Word 2007 documents. The video starts out by showing the Insert Tab on the Microsoft Word 2007 Ribbon. On the Insert Ribbon, you will see an icon titled Page Number. All of the Page Number options are available when you click the down arrow directly beside the icon. The are many different position options such top of page, bottom of page, page margins, or current position. The customization options are as endl...
Kevin shows the different features and options with the program ownspy, which is through OwnSpy and is capable of tracking through phone a persons location as well as texts and phone calls. He first logs in and the first screen that opens is the tracking screen where you can sync how often the program will update the persons location. The second tab is SMS, which will show you all texts and conversations as well as the length, date, and time. The third tab lists all the persons contacts. The ...
Android has a built-in browser called WebView that any app can use, which makes it easy for developers to display webpages without actually having to build an internet browser into their apps. But WebView is a stripped-down, bare bones browser with no ties to Android's default browser, Chrome, so none of your synced data like bookmarks, passwords, and history is available when an app is using WebView to display a page.
Everyone in the world uses tablets these days, so it's no wonder that the Samsung Galaxy Tab has different languages built right in. To change your language on the Android tablet, all you need to do is navigate to the Settings menu.
If you think you've got to much clutter on the top portion of your web browser, then Google Chrome has the solution. Chrome has an option which allows you to choose something called "side tabs" which moves the tabs for those websites and webpages you have open from the top of the browser to the left side. But how do you get side tabs in Chrome? lifehacker has the answers.
Wish there were a way to open and display multiple tabs at once in Mozilla Firefox? With the Split Tabs browser extension, it's easy! So easy, in fact, that this home computing how-to from the folks at Easily can present a complete (and somewhat talky) overview of the process in just over two minutes' time. For the specifics, just watch this handy how-to.
With over 500 million downloads on Android alone, I find it safe to assume that most of us use the Chrome Browser on our mobile devices; it's great for reading articles with Reader mode enabled, syncs open tabs and bookmarks across all your devices (as long as you're signed in to your Google account), and is regularly updated with new features and optimizations.
Did you get the latest Firefox browser? If you're a tab addict, you know how much memory all those tabs can hog. Enter BarTab, which will help speed up your web browsing experience, and still allow you to keep as many tabs open on your Firefox browser as you wish.
Wish there were a way to unclose a Chrome tab you've accidentally clicked away? Well, there is, and this clip will show you how it's done. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this handy home-computing how-to from the folks at Tekzilla can present a complete overview of the process in about two minutes' time. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
Learn how to force the Windows 7 taskbar to display a preview for each and every one of your Mozilla Firefox tabs upon mouse-over. This home-computing how-to from the people at Tekzilla will show you a quick and easy about:config Firefox hack that will permit you to do just that. For more information, and to get started using this hack yourself, give this clip a look.
When you tap on a URL link in a text, email, or wherever, your iPhone's default reaction will be to open it up in Safari, and there's no way to change this in the settings. However, there is a way you can work around this to open up links in Chrome instead. Even if you accidentally open a link in Safari, there's a quick way to jump the tab right into Chrome.
If you're like me, your iPhone has way too many Safari tabs open. Links from other applications open up new tabs automatically, it's too easy to open up new tabs to search, and sometimes you're skittish about closing pages you don't want to forget about. This all creates a massive mess that requires cleaning house, and there's an easy trick to doing just that.
Since its debut 9 years ago, the iOS App Store has always had roughly the same functionality: Featured apps, categories, top charts, a search function, and a place to update your apps. But starting with iOS 11, that's all changing — drastically.
Browsing the web just got easier in Android 2.2 (Froyo), thanks to the wonderful new Samsung Galaxy Tab. It's the perfect Android tablet for those device-hungry techies. This video gives you some quick information on using the built-in web browser on the Galaxy Tab, including how to play back video.
First comes navigation, then comes customization. That's how it always works. You need to familiarize yourself with the workings of the new Samsung Galaxy Tab first, then learn to customize the Samsung Galaxy Tab operating system to your liking. See how to customize your five homescreens!
This video tutorial is in the software category where you will learn how to remove tabs and scroll bars from an Excel spreadsheet. Open a work sheet and you will find scroll bar on the right and at the bottom. But, why should you take them off? If you are making a user form that you want to send to your employees and you don't want them to mess it up, then you may do this. Go to the office button and click on 'excel options' at the bottom. On the next window go to the 'advanced' tab and scrol...
Essortment teaches you how to understand guitar tabs. There are six lines that represent a string: E, A, D, G, B and E. Numbers are written on the strings representing fret tabs that tell you where to fret on each string. Also learn how to read a cord which is all the numbers placed at the same time. Numbers on top of each other is a string and lined up means to strum. These are the basics to reading a guitar tab so when you see a tab you are able to play and understand.
In this Microsoft Excel 2007 for Dummies video the instructor shows how to record a Macro. Macros let you create a shortcut to perform a sequence of commands all at once. For example you can create a macro to quickly build a sales report template that you frequently use. When ever you run that macro the Word will automatically build the template for you based on the recorded commands. To write macros you need to have the developer tab enabled. To enable it click on the office button and at th...
The iPad's got some stiff competition these days, especially from Android, who plans to invade the tablet market with their high-end mobile operating system. And they're off to a good start with the Samsung Galaxy Tab, available from AT&T, T-Mobile, Vodafone and Verizon Wireless, along with other carriers.
In this tutorial, we learn how to add watermark using Camtasia Studio 6. First, go to the "add" tab and then click "import media". Now, click "add in timeline" and edit it to how you like it. Next, go to the produce tab and click "produce video as". Click "add/edit reset" and choose which one you like, then click "edit" and "next" until you see the watermark tab. Now click "add watermark" and click "options" when you are done. Click the folder to find your watermark and choose how you want it...