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Extend the Life Of Your Smartphone Or Tablet Battery.
1. Protect your device from temperatures over 95 degrees (35 degrees Celsius ). Those temperatures can damage battery capacity.
2. Shut down location-tracking apps when not using them.
3. Turn off the function that refreshes apps in the background.
4. Don’t turn it off – It will use more juice powering up that it will quietly napping
5. Keep the ports where your battery plugs into your device clean.
6. Turn off Wi-Fi when not in use. Wi-Fi gobbles a lot of power on all devices because it’s always looking for a signal.
7. Keep the screen as dim as you can stand it
8. Extend the refresh time: Set your email to get new messages every 15 minutes (or even longer) rather than as soon as they arrive on the server
10. For optimum performance, “reboot” your battery whenever you can by waiting to charge until the battery is down to about 10 percent. Then, fill ’er up to 100 percent. Try to avoid overcharging it except for newer devices, which is recommended.
11. Have a tablet? Drain its battery regularly. It appreciates the exercise.
7. How to Add And Subtract Fractions
8. How To Convert Fahrenheit To Celsius
9. How to Quickly Figure Out the Day of the Week Any Date Falls On
10. How To Remember Which Sign Is Greater Than And Which Is Less Than
11. How Japanese kids learn to multiply in primary school
Now this I find fascinating. How simple does this make it.
1. In Order to make a billion dollars in one year, you would have to make an average of $31.69 every second. That is $2,739,726.03 every day
2. There is a spider in Brazil whose bites can cause an erection that lasts for Hours.
Banana spider or Phoneutria nigriventer – is native to South and Central America.
The venom of the Phoneutria nigriventer spider is a very rich mixture of several molecules.
These molecules are called toxins, and then we have various toxins in this venom with different activity.
Because of this, when a human is bitten by this spider, many different symptoms appear including priapism, a condition in which the penis is continually erect.’
Other side-effects on top of the long-painful erections include loss of muscle control, severe pain, difficulty breathing and if its victim is not treated with anti-venom, could lead to death due to oxygen deprivation.
3. The automatic pop-up bread toaster was patented before the bread slicing machine. 1919 and 1928. That’s right, people sliced their own bread for the toaster for almost a decade before sliced bread was sold.
4. For a butterfly to fly it must have a body temperature of no less than 86 degrees fahrenheit or 30 degrees celsius.
5. Butterflies and insects have their skeletons on the outside of their bodies, called the exoskeleton. This protects the insect and keeps water inside their bodies so they don’t dry out.