What is happening to your virtual cobwebs in your personal tech space? They may not be visible in your daily life, but they create their own version of digital dust. You can benefits from these tips to clean up your tech space. So, what are you waiting for? Get to work!

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Glorious Twitter cleanup:

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  1. Open Twitter

  2. Select the gear icon in the upper right hand corner.

  3. Select ‘Configuration’.

  4. You will find a screen that shows various subjects in a list on the left.

  5. Select ‘Applications’.

 

Facebook cleanup:

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The easiest way to clean applications and their permissions is by means of Configuration.

  1. Open the Facebook.com page and look for the small triangle that points downward in the upper right hand corner.

  2. Select and click on Configuration.

  3. On the left panel, select Applications (If you do not like any of these options, click on the “x” to disable this function.)

 

Review your browser pages:

Erasing your internet history or the automatic generated list of the sites you have visited, will help your computer to function much faster.

  1. Go to Google Chrome and select the icon of three lines in the upper right hand corner of your browser.

  2. Select history and choose: Clear browsing data.

  3. Choose what you wish to eliminate and ready!

 

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What are you waiting for? Follow these simple steps and you are on the way to becoming a tech cleaning specialist! Share or comment this article if you have any more information to add. We would love to hear from you!