Are you a gamer? Are you a student at this point of your life? Do you work? Are you trying to get in shape? Expecting a baby? Are you aware that the iPad is helpful for those things and even more? There is pretty much an app for any topic you can think of. However, an iPad is much more than just using apps. Keep reading for some great tips on using your iPad.
You can now use folders on the iOS iPad. Tap an app and hold the icon until it jiggles. Then, drag the app onto a second app and let go. Doing so creates a folder containing both of these apps. This folder can be easily renamed.
When your password is entered 10 times, your iPad erases – is this a function you’d like to turn on? Everything on your iPad will be deleted if there are …
Laptops are versatile tools. Laptops can be used for school, work, or just for having fun in your spare time. No matter what your laptop is for, there are things to consider before buying one. Keep reading to learn the things that you need to know about laptops.
If you’re going to play video games and watch HD movies, a good dedicated graphic chip should be installed on your laptop. There are many video games available; however, if your graphics card is just an integrated chip set, you may not be able to run them. Do some quick research to see if you’l be best served by a processor for your laptop that has two cores, of if you need one that has a quad-core chip.
Prior to purchasing your laptop, look for online coupons and promo codes. Although you may not find a discount, it’s definitely worth a quick …
In this unprecedented time of crisis, the COVID-19 cases are increasing exponentially. The chances that you will get exposed to SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes infection) continue to increase. If you’ve been exposed to someone with COVID-19 or begin to experience symptoms of the COVID-19, you should self-quarantine or self-isolate yourself for 14 days to avoid the spread of the disease and go get rapid testing. Self analyze day to day signs and symptoms of coronavirus. The virus’s incubation period is around 5 to 7 days, but it can be up to 14 days. If you don’t develop symptoms by the end of 14 days, good news you don’t need to test. Patients can stop self-isolating once their doctor advises them it is safe to do so. Generally, factors to consider are:
- You have had 24 hours without fever (off of anti-fever medication)
- It has been at least 10