Disable Auto Brightness On Your (Kindle) Fire Tablet
4. Look for the Auto-Brightness switch: when it's orange on the right, it is turned on. Tap on it once to disable the screen's automatic brightness adjustment. From now on, you'll need to manually change the brightness.
Posted: Tuesday Aug 11, 2020
Disable auto brightness on your (Kindle) Fire tablet
Posted: (2 days ago) 4. Look for the Auto-Brightness switch: when it's orange on the right, it is turned on. Tap on it once to disable the screen's automatic brightness adjustment. From now on, you'll need to manually change the brightness.
Disable auto-correct / auto-capitalize on Kindle Fire tablet
Posted: (3 days ago) 1. Like Android, your Kindle Fire tablet / Fire phone includes enhanced keyboard features like auto-correct (change words to what it thinks you meant), auto-capitalize, and next word prediction. Some of those get in the way, especially if you are multilingual - every single word will be replaced with its closest English-spelled equivalent.
What is my email address for Amazon Kindle / fire tablet?
Posted: (3 days ago) 1. Each of your Amazon-registered devices and apps automatically receive a dedicated email address - be it a classic Kindle reader with e-ink display, a (Kindle) Fire tablet, or the Kindle app for PC, Mac, and mobile devices.Each of those is considered a "device", and gets its own @kindle.com email address.That allows you to send your self Word documents, PDF files, or plain-text files for ...
Change how often Microsoft Outlook checks for new mail
Posted: (2 days ago) 1. By default, Microsoft Outlook checks for new messages at launch, and every 30 minutes thereafter. You can manually check for new emails by clicking Send/Receive All Folders in the ribbon, or by hitting the F9 key. You can also change that frequency in your send/receive settings.I used Outlook 2016 in this tutorial, but the steps are the same in Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2010!
Add a lock screen password (pin number) on Kindle Fire
Posted: (3 days ago) 2. First, slide your finger down from the top, to show the notification screen. Now tap on the "Settings" button (gear icon in the top right corner).
Import Chrome bookmarks into Internet Explorer 11 / 10 / 9
Posted: (2 days ago) 3. To import from a file: when the How do you want to import or export your browser settings? dialog opens, pick Import from a file and click Next.Select "Favorites" in the next screen (what IE calls its bookmarks), and click Next.Click on the Browse button to select your Chrome bookmarks file, and click Next.Finally, pick where you want Internet Explorer to show your Chrome bookmarks: keep ...
Change the default device/app for Amazon Kindle eBooks
Posted: (2 days ago) 4. What comes next depends on the device: if you picked a Kindle for PC app or an old Kindle e-reader, click on the "Set as default device" link at the bottom.If it's a more recent device, like a Kindle Fire, a Fire tablet, or a Fire phone, click on the Device Actions menu and choose "Set as default device".Make sure that you picked the correct device or app, and click Save in the popup.
Find items you bought in your Amazon orders history
Posted: (2 days ago) 4. If you don't remember when you purchased something, but you remember the name of the product, or a keyword it contained, you can search your order history.Type something in the Search all orders text box and click Search Orders.Notice from my example that you can be pretty vague: as long as that word appears in the product description, Amazon will find the item!
Change default search engine on your (Kindle) Fire tablet
Posted: (3 days ago) 1. The Silk web browser on your Amazon (Kindle) Fire tablet or Fire phone uses Bing as default search engine. This can change over time, because browser makers often tend to pick their default search engines for self-promotion (like Chrome with Google, and Internet Explorer with Bing), or financial deals (like Firefox with Yahoo).
Enable keyboard sounds on your (Kindle) Fire tablet
Posted: (5 days ago) 5. What's awesome about your Kindle Fire's keyboard is that special keys make a different sound than letter and number keys. So, as you type, you'll literally be able to hear when you hit a function key by accident! - the spacebar, the backspace key, the Enter key - and, it seems, the period key as well. Once you get accustomed to it, you'll immediately know if you hit the wrong key!