There is now the option to setup individual profiles in Google Chrome so that each person can save their own bookmarks and personalizations, but still switch easily and quickly between them. It can also be really useful if you use your laptop for work and want to switch off at the weekends.
Category: Google Chrome
Did you know you you can search a webpage? See all your downloads on one browser screen? Quickly switch between open Tabs? Here is a list of all the useful shortcut key combinations available when using Chrome and Safari Web Browsers.
Parents - Don't have a scanner at home? Kids need to send scanned copies of their work to the teacher? No problem! The Notes App which comes with your iPhone or iPad as standard has the option to Scan Documents straight into your Files or an email.
Probably the most frustrating thing when using the Internet is trying to remember hundreds of different passwords (as we all know by now that we shouldn't set them to be the same for everything!) There are many schools of thought on password strategies to help you remember your passwords, however the invention of Keychain on … Continue reading Saving Passwords
Did you know that you can put just the icon for the website you want to save in the bookmark bar?
If you have many old and expired credit cards saved in your web browser, getting rid of them is pretty straightforward. Instructions for both Safari and Chrome web browsers are included below.
Updating Your Address in Web Browsers. If you have just moved home, have an old address, or the wrong address setup in the autofill option for your web browsers it can be very frustrating. Setting this up correctly can save you a lot of time if you have to complete forms online.
Getting your Child's physical workspace setup is what we've seen and heard a lot about this week as many start back at school online. One thing I haven't seen much about is setting up our children's Internet or online workspace. Getting this right early on can really set our children up for success. In this … Continue reading Organizing your Child’s Internet Workspace