Posts Tagged 'trick'

How to Carefully Hide Sensitive Photos on Your Smartphone

hide photos.jpgWhether it’s because you like taking racy pictures or you’re storing photos of some your essentials (like your prescriptions, driver’s license or your passport), it’s safe to say that you should be careful with sensitive photos because, as hackers have proven time and time again, phones can be hacked. Here’s how to hide them smartly.

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Why You Should Be Dialing Down the Brightness

092011_rg_DialLaptopBrightnessDown_01.jpgWith multi-monitor setups no longer a rarity, users are sitting from front of a great amount of emanating, bright light. But oftentimes, especially in mix and match dual+ monitor setups, one screen is brighter than the other, which can result in tired eyes. Here’s a simple trick to improve calibrating a multitude of screens…

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Make Social Networking Screen Sleep Fast When Working

060811_rg_TwoScreenSleep_01.jpgMore and more people are working from home, and it’s safe to say that there are quite a few distractions compared to working in an office. That’s why we’ve come across an easy productivity trick, so that you don’t waste hours upon hours on Facebook, Twitter, or other social networking sites and still remain productive. It’s so easy to get lost in multi-tasking and it has been shown that doing one thing at a time is a lot better than doing five.

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Skype Lights: Keep a Blank Browser Window Open

050911_rg_SkypeTrick_01.jpgDepending on your lighting situation at home or when you are on the road, you might run into problems when you Skype regularly, especially in darkened areas. Each room is different, and a lot of it resides on how many lamps are in the room and how bright the illumination is. We’ve got a very simple trick that will help you Skype without any problems when you are someplace where there isn’t much light.

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