Many people are afraid to charge their phone or tablet overnight because they think it might overcharge and destroy the battery, but modern electronics automatically stop charging and will not overcharge.
Do not leave your gadget in the car or outdoors as extreme heat and
cold will harm both your battery life and battery health. Cell phone
batteries can swell and be destroyed within hours due to extreme
heat. In extreme cold areas batteries run out very fast
Older Nickel-Cadmium batteries had a memory effect that meant you
had to drain them every time. Newer lithium-ion batteries do not
have that problem. In fact, li-ion batteries last longest when you
keep them between 40% and 80% charged.
Whether you shut down your computer nightly comes down to personal
preference and the vagaries of Microsoft operating systems. If you
never shut down your computer, it tends to slow down over time, so a
restart every now and then will keep the speed up.
If your Internet connection is slower than usual, try unplugging
both your modem and router from the Internet source for 10 to 15
seconds. This usually works to speed things up. Unplugging many from
the power source does not work as they have internal batteries, so
using the reset button another way to solve this.
Every Web browser has a private mode. When private browsing mode is
on, the browser will not record where you go and it wipes most of
the information someone could use to piece together your online
travels. However, private browsing isn't foolproof. It doesn't hide
your browsing from your Internet service provider, the sites you
visit, or any law enforcement that happens to be watching. Companies
typically log sites visited. Private just means that it is harder to