You can play with it all you want, just don’t touch it. Your phone that is.
Are you tech support for your family or friends? Do you receive frantic calls because they’ve installed malware or somehow managed to break their computer and they need you to fix it? This can be extremely obnoxious — not to mention time-consuming. If you’re tech support, here are some tips to help you make your users’ computers more newbie-proof. Once you’ve got everything set up right, your users will hopefully leave you alone so you can get on with your life and have more precious free time.
You’re out the door in a hurry as you realize your computer is still running. Not wasting any time, you send a quick text stating “shutdown #mycomputer”, and continue on your way.
Can you control your smartphone using only your computer? The answer is a resounding YES. The real question is: how much of your smartphone can you control? As I sat down to write this article, I had no clue what the answer to that question was, and to my surprise, the answer is quite a lot. From texts and call logs to full blown mouse-and-keyboard input, we can actually do much more than you might expect.