• How (and Why) to Switch to Apple Notes January 25, 2022
    Apple Notes is a feature-rich note-taking solution and if you use a Mac, iPhone, or iPad you can use it for free. Switching is relatively straightforward, but there are a few things to keep in mind especially if you use non-Apple devices like Windows PCs or an Android smartphone.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Tim Brookes
  • Never Lose 'Wordle' Again With Our Simple Cheat Tool January 25, 2022
    The writers at Review Geek like to win a game of Wordle without any tricks. At least, that’s what we thought when we still had our daily win streaks. This last week of Wordle has kicked our collective butts, so naturally, we developed a handy tool that gives us each day’s Wordle answer in a single tap or click.Read […]
    Andrew Heinzman
  • Use This Script to Download All Your Humble Bundle Games January 25, 2022
    A lot is changing at Humble Bundle, and some of the changes aren’t making users all that happy. If you want to get out of the Humble Bundle system, there’s a cool tool that’ll let you download all of your games quickly and easily.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Dave LeClair
  • How to Count Colored Cells in Microsoft Excel January 25, 2022
    Using color in Microsoft Excel can be a terrific way to make data stand out. So if a time comes when you want to count the number of cells you’ve colored, you have a couple of ways to do it.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Sandy Writtenhouse
  • You Can Finally Tell Google to Just Stop January 25, 2022
    When you ask Google a question through a smart speaker, the device might decide to go on a rant explaining the thing you ask it about. With a recent update, you can make Google Assistant quiet by simply saying “Stop” without the “Hey, Google” command.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Dave LeClair
  • How to Indent in Microsoft Excel January 25, 2022
    Sometimes, adding an indent to your text or numbers makes them look nicer. Microsoft Excel lets you add an indent to an entire cell, as well as to a specific line within a cell. Here’s how.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Mahesh Makvana
  • How to Close Apps on an iPhone SE January 25, 2022
    If an app ever hangs or malfunctions on your iPhone SE, it’s easy to force the app to close in just a few swipes. While you don’t normally need to do this, it sometimes comes in handy. Here’s how.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Benj Edwards
  • You Can Now Tell Google to "Stop Talking" Without Saying "Hey Google" First January 25, 2022
    The recently-launched Google Pixel 6 has an interesting feature called Quick Phrases, which lets you belt out simple Assistant commands without saying “Hey Google” first. Google is now bringing this feature to Nest smart speakers and displays, starting with a “stop” command that lets you quickly tell Google Assistant to shut up.Read This Article on […]
    Andrew Heinzman
  • You Can Now Add a Text Watermark to Your Google Docs January 25, 2022
    Google recently added the ability to add watermarks to images in Google Docs, and now it’s adding the same feature but for text.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Dave LeClair
  • How to Delete Calendar Events on iPhone January 25, 2022
    If you have an event on your calendar that’s not going to happen, you might want to remove it to keep the calendar decluttered. It’s easy to delete calendar events on an iPhone, and we’ll show you how.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    Mahesh Makvana