2:59PM | Wednesday, 1 February 2012 | By Patrick Stafford Gmail is a great way to keep track of your email, but if it goes offline you’ve nowhere to turn. That is, unless you install the Offline Gmail app.
1:48PM | Monday, 30 January 2012 | By Patrick Stafford Using email for conversations means you often have to go back to earlier messages to see what you said. That can be a chore, unless you have conversation view turned on.
1:15PM | Monday, 23 January 2012 | By Patrick Stafford DropBox is a great way to store your data, and the first couple of gigabytes are free. But it may be annoying for you to check just how much you’ve used.
1:10PM | Friday, 20 January 2012 | By Patrick Stafford If you’ve been using a newer web browser for a while, you’ll know there are features available that allow you to reopen the tabs you used last time.
1:24PM | Thursday, 19 January 2012 | By Patrick Stafford If you’re using Tweetdeck regularly you’ll know it’s an efficient way to keep track of your tweets.
1:41PM | Tuesday, 17 January 2012 | By Patrick Stafford If you’re using any sort of email client, then you’ve probably stored up hundreds or even thousands of deleted messages that you thought were gone forever. In order to save space, you should simply delete them.
1:08PM | Monday, 16 January 2012 | By Patrick Stafford It’s the beginning of the year, and you may want to start yours off on a good foot. One way to do that – at least, digitally – is to give your computer a quick cleanup.
1:54PM | Friday, 13 January 2012 | By Patrick Stafford Most people don’t need to burn discs anymore, using USB keys instead. But for those who do, some may not realise you can actually burn discs straight from Windows explorer instead of a dedicated program.
1:33PM | Thursday, 12 January 2012 | By Patrick Stafford Many businesses are now using instant messenger programs to keep in touch with staff, as it saves money on phone calls and allows instant communication.
1:49PM | Wednesday, 11 January 2012 | By Patrick Stafford If you’ve ever watched a video on an iOS device, then you’ve probably had to stop watching and then do something else, leaving your video half unwatched. But there’s a way to resume videos from where you left off.