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.
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.
Where and how to buy groceries and restaurant take-out meals online, and step-by-step instructions for both Smith’s and Grubhub.
No matter the situation, needing multiple tools to work one device is an aggravating experience. Luckily, when it comes to your computers, you don’t have to suffer, thanks to Logitech Flow.
Mozilla Thunderbird is a completely free email application you can easily install, use and customize on your devices. In some ways, Thunderbird is like Microsoft Outlook, which is a personal information manager users can purchase as a part of Microsoft Office. However, you might find Thunderbird a more helpful app because its customization options are much more plentiful.
The days of photo albums are mostly gone. These days, the physical photo is rarer than it’s ever been. When film cameras were more common, it was routine to have albums full of photos from trips, family events, and other notable experiences. There are priceless memories bound up in those old pictures that you might… Read more →
Smartphones are one of the most ubiquitous devices in the developed world. Over 2 billion people own one, and the United States is one of the leaders of this, with seventy-seven percent owning a smartphone. Android is the most common operating system used on smartphones, with 75 percent of the market using it. The operating… Read more →
And Avoid Them in the Future Some rivalries are legendary … Whether it’s Coca-Cola and Pepsi, KFC and Chick-fil-A or Android versus iPhone, certain things are seemingly meant to compete. When it comes to the battle of the smartphones, Android holds its own. Each year, Android accounts for a significant percentage of smartphone sales. Users… Read more →
And Avoid Them In the Future Table of Contents: Malware Explained People Behind the Malware Removing Viruses and Malware from iPhone Preventative Measures Around the world, 1.3 billion people use Apple devices. Although Apple offers lots of devices, from TVs to computers, one of their most popular offerings is the iPhone. In many ways, Apple’s… Read more →
The benefits of having a camera phone are nearly endless … First things first, smartphones with cameras are very convenient. Americans look at their phones about 80 times daily. It’s not uncommon for people to have a phone on them around the clock, which means people can also take a photo whenever a memory worth… Read more →