If you use OneDrive, you’ll want to read this before you delete a file. Continue reading
Now that you’ve learned the basics of Google Drive, it’s time to focus on some specific applications inside of it.
First, we’re going to take a look at Google Docs. Almost every feature in here is like Microsoft Word with a few key differences. First, let’s open Google Docs. The easiest way to do this is to go to drive.google.com.
Yesterday we introduced you to the idea of a personal cloud. Click here if you haven’t checked out that article yet. Today, we’ll take on some of the most-asked questions about personal clouds.
Does this outdate other storage mediums? Do I need one to keep up-to-date with technology?
Don’t worry — other storage mediums aren’t going anywhere! If you’re worried that these personal clouds may… Continue reading
Elizabeth from Huntsville AL writes: “I see lots of questions about Windows 10 users not being able to download photos From their iPads to their Windows 10 desktops. Is there an answer to their being Unsuccessful? Are there any ways to successfully transfer iPad photos?”
There are several ways to transfer photos that are on an iPad or iPhone to a Windows computer. The easiest method is to use online… Continue reading