HowTo 2015 Tablet Articles

Popular HowTo Articles for 2015

How to Get 4G LTE Access for Your Tablet

Wi-Fi is great, but if your tablet can connect to 4G cellular wireless networks you can have high-speed Internet access wherever you go. Here's what you need to know.

How To Keep Accessing YouTube on Your First-Generation iPad

Google has modified its YouTube service in such a way that the app for this service that came pre-installed on the original iPad no longer functions. There is a work-around[...]

How To Use an iPad, Android, or Windows Tablet as a TV

Tablets make good TVs thanks to a huge selection of software and even some accessories to make it easy. TabletPCReview brings you everything you need to know to get started.

How To Clean Your Tablet’s Screen

Fingerprints on the display are an inevitable part of using a tablet. Here’s how to clean the screen… and, just as important, how not to.

How To Sell Used Tablets for Cash

With the holidays behind us, those who upgraded to a new tablet now have an old one that they might like to turn into cash to pay off credit card[...]

Do Not Defragment a Tablet’s Internal Storage

You should routinely defragment the hard drive on your desktop or laptop computer. You should never do this to your tablet.

How to Extend the Battery Life of Your iPad or Phone

Inside your phone, tablet, or laptop likely resides a lithium-ion battery. Learn the best practices to prolong the lifespan of the batteries that power your gadgets.

You Can Use the Copy of Microsoft Office that Came with Your Tablet on Any PC

Looking for an extra reason to get a mid-size Windows tablet? How about a free version of Office that you can use on any computer?

How to Turn an iPad into a Business Laptop

Some classify the iPad as a device for just viewing content not creating it. However, millions of travelling professionals equipped with Apple tablets might disagree. Here's how you can turn[...]

How To Watch NCAA Basketball ”March Madness” on Your Tablet

The free NCAA March Madness Live app promises to allow fans to watch all 67 games of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship.