Improve device security (Cell Phone)
You probably set up some kind of fingerprint ID or PIN code when you first set up your device, but that screen lock protection isn’t much use if someone manages to grab or access your phone before the lock is enabled—and that’s why you should pay attention to what your screen timeout window is (the number of seconds your phone waits without any screen input before locking the device).
Give your eyes a rest (Cell Phone)
Blue light produced by the screens of our gadgets has been linked to reducing the quality of our sleep, so it’s probably not a good idea to watch hours of YouTube before bed. If you must check your phone late at night, you can at least change the display temperature so less blue light gets emitted.
Save on storage space (Cell Phone)
Both Android and iOS come with built-in tools for clearing out photos and videos from your phone once they’ve been safely backed up to the cloud. Enabling these features can mean you avoid running out of room on your handset at the most inopportune times—like when you’re trying to take a new photo.
Stretch out your phone’s battery life (Cell Phone)
No matter what the make and model of your phone, it’ll come with some built-in tools for managing battery life more efficiently, which will mean a longer time between charges—it’s just a question of turning them on.
Identify who’s calling (Cell Phone)
When your phone starts ringing from the other side of the room, it can be helpful to have an idea of who’s calling, as it’s probably a factor in whether you want to answer the call or not. To this end, both Android and iOS let you associate particular ringtones with particular contacts in your address book.
Turn on Wi-Fi calling (Cell Phone)
If your phone is struggling to find a cellular connection but does have a strong link to Wi-Fi, it can use the latter option to send and receive calls—as long as your provider supports it (all the major US ones do).
Taking out the trash
You’d be surprised at how much digital clutter builds up on a hard drive. The first place to start when it comes to getting rid of it is the Recycle Bin (on Windows) or the Trash (on macOS).
Enlist some outside help
If your Laptop is running super slow reach out to a PC repair vendor like Tampa PC Consultants who look and Diagnose the issue. It could be failing Hardware to corrupt software.
Lighten the startup load
On Windows, open Settings (via the cog icon on the Start menu), then choose Apps and Start-up to see a list of programs starting up with the OS. Disable the ones you don’t need for a faster start up
Clear out the clutter
get rid of games you haven’t played in ages, and applications you tried for a bit but then abandoned. You can easily install this software again, if needed.The same principle goes for the extensions and add-ons weighing down your browser