Has your usual Windows 10 screen disappeared and now you have colorful tiles instead? You have inadvertently gone into Tablet mode. Here's how to fix it.
If you take a lot of photos that you then need to edit, email or use in documents then you may be excited to hear that there are free and easy ways to automatically get your photos from your phone to your computer without you doing a thing after the initial setup! If you have a gmail account you can do that using Google Drive OR you can use a free Dropbox account.
The information in this article is from my personal experience in working with hundreds of seniors and hearing from family members who have hired me. I also gathered information in a survey recently which provided added insight. My definition of senior is 60 and over, but I have worked with people younger also. Since I work with the seniors that do have issues that's my focus in this article.
Here are a few of the main areas that are mentioned by seniors that I work with and three tips to help you help a senior.
How to automatically backup photos you take on your devices to your
Google Photos Account
If you have a gmail email you automatically have access to unlimited storage space on Google Photos to backup your pictures from your mobile phone, tablet and computer. This means that you never have to be worried about losing pictures you have taken as they will automatically be backed up to the cloud in photos.google.com. Here is how to do a basic set up.
Most people know that Google has Gmail for email and Google search but there are a lot things you can do with a Gmail account that can be useful for business and personal and most of it is free!
Have you ever wanted to send a text message late at night, early in the morning or at some other inconvenient time (for the recipient). Did you know that your Samsung Galaxy phone most likely has an option for you to schedule your text message to be sent exactly when you it to go! Here's how:
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