Extensions can add a wide range of new features and functionality to Google Chrome, but sometimes you need to remove or disable one or more of them. Here’s how to do it…

Many folks I know don’t know what browser extensions are. Browser extensions are small software modules or add-ons for customizing a web browser on a desktop computer. Extensions for browsers on smartphones are not readily seen or available. If you have a desktop computer and use a Chrome-based browser or Firefox (plus many other browsers), I encourage you to experience browser extensions. Browsers typically allow a variety of extensions, including user interface modifications or add-ons that enhance your browsing experience to improve productivity. If you follow the source link below to “How-To Geek” you will learn how to uninstall or disable extensions, if by chance you installed one you do not want. If you are interested in trying some browser extensions and are a Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge user, visit the Google Chrome Store where you will find a wide array of various extensions. Firefox also has its’ own array of extensions as well. Do I use browser extensions? Absolutely… I have about 20 of them installed and have tried hundreds of them.

How to Uninstall or Disable Extensions in Google Chrome @ How-To Geek

Rick’s grab bag of totally FREE Online TV and Movie Streaming Services …

It dawned on me, from assisting someone, that many folks are unaware of some of the FREE online TV and movie streaming services that are available. So, what I have done is listed some of the most popular that I personally know of and use…

What you see below are TV and Movie streaming services that are advertiser-supported video on demand (AVOD) services (that are totally FREE). These services are available on just about every platform out there and can be watched directly from your web browser or from an app (Android, Apple, Windows, etc…). My favorite on this list is definitely PlutoTV; however, the rest are nothing to sneeze at (especially Peacock TV by NBC, which is partially FREE). You will find “live” content as well as content from TV shows, movies, etc… Many are shows of the past; but hey, it is TV!

Note: As a reminder, an internet connection is required to stream these services and when you do, data is used. Make sure you are not overstepping a data cap on your phone. If you have unlimited data, you should have no issue. Also, each of the services below have apps available in the Apple Store or Google Play Store, if watching from your phone or tablet.

PlutoTV
Xumo
Airy TV
TubiTV
Crackle
Haystack TV
Peacock TV

Thank you for visiting…

Best World News App for Android and Apple Smartphones (and devices)…

You have to take my word on this. The best world news app for Android and Apple Smartphones (and devices) is “SmartNews”… It is one of the first apps I install on my phone and other supported devices (tablet, Chromebook, etc…). This app is a news aggregator that will automatically curate must-read stories in an attractive tabbed interface that is categorized. You can even customize and add specific news sources. Trust me, if you want the news as it is breaking, this is the news app to get…

Tech News for You

Source: SmartNews (visit this link to get an overview of the app and the download sources for your Android and Apple Devices).

Microsoft Edge is getting a new password monitor that will notify users if a fraudulent activity/breach attempt is detected as long as their passwords are synced to the Microsoft account …

It only works with a Microsoft account for now, as you’ll need to sync your passwords to the Microsoft account to activate the feature. Once you do so, the next time your password is detected in breach you’ll begin receiving real-time notifications.

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What are the best note-taking apps available for 2021?

Looking for a note-taking app? Below you will find four great resources that provide reviews on notetaking apps such as Evernote, OneNote, Notion, Simplenote, Google Keep, Rocketbook, and the likes. You will find as you explore note-taking apps, it comes down to a matter of preference.

Which one do I use? I have tried every single one of these note-taking apps and what I settled for that meets my needs is Google Drive (with Google Docs). Yes, Google Drive… You can read more on “Using Google Drive To Create A Powerful (and Free) Note-Taking Application“. For notes that I write down, I use a Rocketbook notepad that is reusable.

Follow the links below to get a good overview on what note-taking apps are out there from several of my favorite tech sites…

Best Note-Taking Apps: Evernote, OneNote & More (For Android & iOS)

Systweaks

The 11 Best Note-Taking Apps in 2020 – Evernote, Notion, and More

College Info Geek

The 5 best note-taking apps of 2021

Zapier

Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook – Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included – Infinity Black Cover, Letter Size (8.5″ x 11″)

Amazon – Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook

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