How To Use Auto-Advance In Gmail

When deleting, muting, or archiving emails from the Gmail inbox, it can be useful to show the next or the previous message after that instead of returning to the inbox. This is by configuring the auto-advance feature. Here is how to do that for the web version: Login to Gmail and click on the gear icon. Then, click on See all settings. From the settings page that appears, click on the Advanced tab....

Print Documents In Bulk With BulkPrinter

BulkPrinter as the name suggests is a free Windows tool that lets you print different documents in bulk. These documents can be of different formats too. Key features: Free to download and use. Supports common file types like PDF, Word, PPT, XLS/XLSX, CSV, PNG, JPG, TIFF, etc. Print selectively using different settings like orientation, page numbers, and more. Download and install it from here. Using...

How To Swap Faces From Photos With AI Technology

We used to have fun with face swapping as it is interesting to replace one person’s face with another one’s. Before AI technology and deepfake were born, you would have needed to learn Photoshop skills to interchange your face with another person. It would take a long time and it may seem unreal and strange if you are new to face swapping. With the help of AI technology, machine learning, and deepfakes...

How To Free Up Gmail Inbox And Manage Google One Storage Limits

Having many Gmail messages with large attachments can quickly use up the default storage limit provided as a part of free Google One quota. So, it can be useful to clean up your Gmail inbox and delete messages with large attachments that are no longer needed. Here is how: Login to Gmail, and in the search box, type in:  larger:10mb This will show all messages having attachments larger than 10...

Can’t Open AVIF Images? Convert Them To JPG First

AVIF is a media file developed by Alliance for Open Media. It is an image file format that is used to store image sequences that are compressed with AV1 in the HEIF container format. AVIF is similar to JPG because it uses compression to get to smaller file sizes. Tests by companies like Netflix show that the AVIF format has better compression efficacy than JPG. Also, AVIF files support multiple color...