Most PCs and almost all phones have Bluetooth capabilities.
It’s fast, reliable, and the latest version is more battery
efficient than previous ones. In short, it’s a convenient way to connect
your devices and transfer files between them.
How to Connect
In order to connect, both devices need to have Bluetooth turned on.
On most Android phones, you’ll see a Bluetooth toggle icon in the Quick Settings dropdown menu. If not, you’ll find it in the Settings menu. On iOS, to go to Settings and look for the General heading. Once it’s on, the Bluetooth icon should appear in the status bar.
For Windows 7, select the Start button, then select Devices and Printers. Select Add a Device and wait until it discovers your phone, then select Next.
For Windows 10, select the Start button, and type Bluetooth. Select Bluetooth settings. If Bluetooth is off, turn it on, select your phone, and select Pair.
Follow any instructions that appear on your PC or phone. Most likely,
you’ll have to type …
Your computer’s wallpaper might not be seen often, but it’s still a good
idea to make it something awesome. Whether you have a mega-collection
of wallpapers from your favorite media or feature a picture you took, the right wallpaper makes your computer more personal.
However, no matter your wallpaper, there’s something you can do to improve its quality. Did you know that Windows 10
compresses all wallpaper images to improve performance? Those on low-end
machines benefit from this, but if you’re rocking a powerful rig, you
might want to make your wallpapers display at full clarity.
To change this, open up the Registry editor by typing regedit
into the Start Menu. Remember that making Registry changes can be
dangerous, so be careful while you’re in here. Navigate down to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop
Once here, right-click on the right side of the window and choose New > DWORD (32-bit) Value. Name it JPEGImportQuality.
Next, double-click this new value and set it t…