• How to Create Templates in Google Docs January 2, 2020
    If you find yourself creating the same outline of a document over and over again, you can save yourself an immense amount of time with a template. Here’s how to create custom-made templates in Google Docs.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Brady Gavin
  • How to Add a Default Signature to an Outlook Meeting Request January 2, 2020
    An odd quirk in Outlook is the inability to add a default signature to meeting requests. Here’s a quick and simple way to set up a one-click solution that avoids cutting and pasting every time you create a meeting.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Rob Woodgate
  • Return Amazon Purchases to Kohl's: They Pack It, You Get a Coupon January 2, 2020
    Hate scheduling Amazon pickups or lugging your packages to the UPS depot on the other side of town? Kohl’s partnership with Amazon makes it dead simple to return your Amazon stuff—they even pack it up for you.Read This Article on LifeSavvy ›
    Jason Fitzpatrick
  • How to Export Apple iCloud and iPhone Contacts to Windows 10 January 2, 2020
    Sharing contacts between your iPhone and a Mac is easy, given that both devices synchronize in Apple’s cloud. But did you know you can share your iPhone contacts with a Windows 10 PC, too? We’ll walk you through it!Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Kevin Parrish
  • How to Use the stat Command on Linux January 2, 2020
    The Linux stat command shows you much more detail than ls does. Take a peek behind the curtain with this informative and configurable utility. We’ll show you how to use it.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Dave McKay
  • What Is “Project Connected Home Over IP” for Smart Homes? January 2, 2020
    Project Connected Home over IP is a new industry group announced by Apple, Google, Amazon, and the ZigBee Alliance. The group will create a new unifying standard for smart home devices, and that’s a big deal. Here’s why.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Josh Hendrickson
  • Want New Year's Resolutions to Stick? Crowd Out Bad Behaviors January 2, 2020
    The New Year is right around the corner, and with that means assessing our habits—the good and the bad. Here’s a different approach: try implementing positive behaviors, which will naturally leave little room for the bad ones to exist. Don’t believe us? Read on.Read This Article on LifeSavvy ›
    Jill Chafin
  • Everything You Need to Play, Rip, or Write Blu-Rays and DVDs January 2, 2020
    DVDs and Blu-ray discs aren’t useless yet. There’s something nice about owning what you pay for, and Blu-ray quality beats streaming by a long shot. But discs are more inconvenient than ever. If you want the best of both worlds, you’ll need to know how to play, rip, and write DVDs and Blu-ray discs on your […]
    Andrew Heinzman
  • Geek Trivia: Spider Silk Was Once Used For What Military Purpose? January 2, 2020
    Intrusion Detection Sensors Bomb Triggers Surgical Stitching Rifle ScopesThink You Know the Answer?
    Jason Fitzpatrick
  • What Does “DAE” Mean, and How Do You Use It? January 1, 2020
    DAE is a semi-popular internet slang term you might see on Reddit or Twitter. But what does it mean, where did it come from, and how do you use it?Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Andrew Heinzman