I recently wanted to save an animated GIF off of Twitter to my hard drive. A right-click did not provide me with the option to save it though. Twitter does things slightly different with videos and animated GIF images. However, I did find a way to save animated GIF files. Just use these steps I […]
The first time you login to Facebook from your Android or iPhone device, you are prompted to setup Profile Picture Login (formerly known as One-Tap Login). To set it up again, try these steps.
If you view the LinkedIn website from a mobile device like an iPhone or Android, the mobile version of the website will display by default. If you want to view the full version of the website, you can with these steps.
Whether your migrating your data or just want it in both places, you can easily import your Microsoft Outlook Contacts into your Google Gmail account.
This weekend, a friend somehow managed to acquire my Netflix password. Naturally, I had to change it. It took me a while to find where I could go on the website to change the password. After about 5 minutes, I finally figured it out.
There is no way to delete your Facebook status from the Home screen. This throws a lot of people off. However, you can do the following steps to remove a post.
People are hacking into Facebook accounts at a high rate. You might want to change your password to one that is more secure. We show you how from the desktop and mobile versions of the website as well as the Apple iOS and Android apps.
Today I was trying to suggest a friend on Facebook to another one of my friends. I opened the friends’ profile and the link to Suggest friends wasn’t there. It’s used to be located under the main profile photo. It has moved though. To find it, follow these steps.
Today, I was asked a question about using the Facebook For Android app to update a Facebook brand page for which you are an admin. You can’t access many of the features on Facebook with the Android app. When you visit Facebook in a web browser, it will show you the mobile version of the […]
Is your Facebook profile picture getting a little old and stale? Change it up a bit with these steps.
Need to get rid of some photos on Facebook? This tutorial will teach you how to delete photos and videos from Facebook from Android, iOS, or a Desktop PC browser.
Facebook’s decision to play videos automatically in the timeline has made many users angry. Not only does it use more data if you’re on a mobile device, it’s takes up space and distracts from other items you may want to see. Fortunately, there’s something you can do to prevent videos from playing automatically on Facebook. […]
Your friend posted a picture of you on Facebook that you don’t want anybody to see. Even worse, they tagged you. So now the photo is out there for your friends to see. Luckily you can remove the tag from the photo.
Gmail has a feature where you can recall a sent email message. I’ve needed this feature several times, but never knew it existed.
A security feature in Yahoo Mail prevents images from loading on certain messages. You can choose to show or hide images within email message by making a change in Yahoo Mail settings. Just use these steps.
The switch from Google Talk to Google Hangouts has left some users confused. With the old GTalk client, you could easily see who was online, idle or offline. With Google Hangouts, it’s a little more difficult. Here’s the best way to tell if people are online in Google Hangouts.
Users of the Samsung BD-D5700 Blu-ray player or other Samsung streaming devices may encounter a problem with Netflix where they can no longer stream content. They may get an error that says “We cannot play the title right now, please choose another title or try again later. No matter what, every title does this.
A strange thing happened to me while I was playing a video on Netflix via a web browser. It failed to play the video and threw an error that said: “Whoops, something went wrong… Digital Rights Management (DRM) Error. We’re sorry, but there is a problem playing protected (DRM) content. The date on your computer […]
While attempting to use Netflix in Google Chrome within Microsoft Windows 8, I was prompted with a message that said “To continue, you’ll need the Netflix app for Windows 8”. I found this ridiculous. I don’t want the app. I want Netflix to play movies just as it used to. Fortunately, this was only a […]
Clear movies from your Netflix “Recently Watched” list using these steps.