Seven useful Galaxy Tab 10.1 tips

Check out this collection of useful tidbits about the Tab 10.1.

Now that you've purchased a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, you're probably exploring all the cool features this beautiful tablet has to offer. Here's a collection of tips to get you started:

Keyboard settings. Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

How to switch keyboards on Galaxy Tab 10.1
Adjust your preferred keyboard for use on you Galaxy Tab. Also, check out Ed Rhee's guide to installing the Swype keyboard .

Browser settings. Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

Clear the browser history on Galaxy Tab 10.1
Prepare your Galaxy Tab to be viewed by and shared with your family and friends by erasing all traces of your personal browser usage.

Google Books main menu. Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

Read Google Books offline on Galaxy Tab 10.1
Expand your literary horizons even in places where the Internet may be slow or non-existent.

Wallpaper selection area. Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

Change or create wallpaper on Galaxy Tab 10.1
Personalize your Galaxy Tab with a new background that actually suits you.

Samsung Kies interface. Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

Use Samsung Kies to sync media
Samsung's app lets you sync, encode, and organize your favorite videos for viewing on the beautiful 1,280x800-pixel-resolution screen.

The built-in task manager pops up on your current screen. Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

Use the built-in Task manager on Galaxy Tab 10.1
Follow this guide to help squeeze as much juice out of your Galaxy Tab's battery as possible, or keep it running at top speeds.

Share what you see on your Tab with the native screenshot feature. Ed Rhee/CNET

How to take native screenshots on your Touchwiz Galaxy Tab 10.1
Learn how to take screenshots on the Galaxy Tab with no additional software required.


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