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Deleting a Printer from your MacBook Air

Go to the "Apple Menu" in the upper left corner of your computer, then select "System Settings." Find the "Printers & Scanners" category. (You may have to scroll down to find it!) ![][1] In the "Printers & Scanners" section, select the printer that you would like to delete, click "Remove Printer..." and then confirm…

Removing Extra Preferred WiFi Networks

Removing extra WiFi networks from your computer can improve your connection and provide a more seamless WiFi experience. Removing extra networks ensures that your computer is not joining any guest networks, as well as ensuring that your computer is not unexpectedly switching between multiple different networks (which…

Clearing the Chrome History on a Chromebook

1. Launch Chrome 2. Select the three dots in the upper right corner of Chrome 3. Select "History" then on the extended menu select "History" again. You can also hold down the <ctrl> and H keys to select History ![][1] 4. Select "Clear browsing data" ![][2] 5. On the "Clear browsing data" screen, verify that "Bas…

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