How to Best Take Full Advantage of Windows 10 Backup and Recovery Tools

Plenty of people have run into problems with their computers because of not having sufficient backups. Experienced IT people recommend having three backups: at least one locally and one offsite. With cloud storage, your offsite storage for your most important files is taken care of. You need to make sure the rest is done too though.

The DJI Osmo Pocket: Is it Still Worth it in 2020?

DJI is known for their quality drones, but they’re a capable competitor in the camera field too. And that’s evident with the Osmo Pocket, a camera with a unique value proposition most competitors can’t match.Unlike most portable handheld cameras, the Osmo Pocket uses hardware instead of software to address shakiness. It uses a Gimbal stabilization system that allows for unique shots as well as remarkable feats of stability.But is it worth the price?

Everything You Need to Know About the DJI Mavic Air 2

DJI rapidly carved out market share with drones that were affordable and packed full of features. The DJI Mavic Air became one of the best bang for buck drones on the market. Its mix of affordable quality and high-tier picture capability set it apart from a lot of other drones. And with the Mavic Air 2, they’ve upped the ante.

How to Fix the Most Common Video Chat Problems On Smartphone Apps

Video chat is great when it works but it can be challenging to troubleshoot when it doesn’t. What sort of problems might you run into when you use video chat on your smartphone? We’ll go through the major apps and how to troubleshoot them so you know what to do next time your video won’t work.

How to Safely Purchase Groceries Online During the COVID-19 Pandemic

There are ways you can buy groceries without ever having to leave your home. Many retailers offer delivery or pickup services that let you minimize contact and maximize safety. There are quite a few options out there, but the three we’re going to cover are Instacart, Amazon Fresh and Walmart Grocery.

How to Use Remote Connect to Provide Basic Remote Tech Support: Connect Remotely to Help Relatives and Neighbors

Many of you have provided basic technical support and troubleshooting for families and neighbors that aren’t as tech savvy, especially for those that did not grow up with the internet and computers. COVID-19 and social distancing has possibly severed the ability for you to be physically present to resolve their current tech issues. But tech issues aren’t going away (in fact they may be increasing as home-bound people are using tech more often while at home). So how does one resolve these issues? Over the phone can be painstaking and frustrating. Luckily, there are a few options to remotely connect with someone else to offer remote support and help them with their computer, issues on the internet, hardware issues, smartphone, and tablet issues.

How to Best Use Remote Tech Support During Self-Isolation or Quarantine

It makes sense that as people spend more time inside they use more technology. It’s the easiest way to minimize disruptions to our life. The consequence of increased technology use, though is tech issues increase tremendously, as well.