How to Stop and Get Rid of Adsense Auto Ads and Get Your Old Adsense Ads Back

How to Stop and Get Rid of Adsense Auto Ads and Get Your Old Adsense Ads Back

If you run any sort of website at all, it’s likely that you have at least dabbled with Adsense. And if so, you may also have decided to give Adsense Auto Ads a try. And if you did try Adsense Auto Ads it may be that you regret it, and want to get rid of the damned things. Which turns out to be easier said than done. Here’s how to stop Adsense Auto Ads and get rid of them for good.

How to Get Rid of Facebook Messenger Day

How to Get Rid of Facebook Messenger Day

If you are wanting to turn off the new Facebook Messenger Day, you’re not alone. Messenger My Day is Facebook’s answer to SnapChat My Stories; it’s also annoying the heck out of a lot of Facebook Messenger users, with its ‘Add to your day’ in your face at the top of the screen. So, if you don’t want to ‘add to my day’, this is for you. Unfortunately, the answer to how to turn off Messenger Day is ‘you can’t’..BUT, you can get rid of it entirely. Here’s how.

The Hidden Dangers of the Amazon Echo: Friends, Children, and Even Your TV or Radio Can Order Things – Here’s How to Stop It

The Hidden Dangers of the Amazon Echo: Friends, Children, and Even Your TV or Radio Can Order Things – Here’s How to Stop It

Last month the Neitzel family of Dallas, Texas discovered that their 6-year-old daughter Brooke had ordered a doll house on Amazon by simply saying “Alexa, can you play dollhouse with me and get me a dollhouse?” But that’s not all. When this story was picked up and reported on San Diego’s CW6 (stay classy, San Diego), CW6’s anchor Jim Patton said, on air, “I love the little girl, saying ‘Alexa ordered me a dollhouse’,” triggering a legion of Amazon Echos in the San Diego area to attempt to order a dollhouse of their own.

How to Disable Command-Q to Stop it from Closing Your Apps on Your Mac

How to Disable Command-Q to Stop it from Closing Your Apps on Your Mac

It’s annoying as all get out – you’re just in the middle of something – whether it be composing an email, or a really great rebuttal online – and you go to hit Command+A to select all, or Command+W to close a tab, but you accidentally hit Command Q (CMD-Q) instead, and lose it all in the blink of an eye. Argh! Here’s how to disable Command Q on your Mac to stop it from closing your programs.