What Facebook's Privacy Policies Don't Tell You
Microsoft will uninstall its old Edge browser from
Windows PCs on April 13th
Office apps for mobile getting new features
Microsoft is planning a slew of features for its
Office mobile apps, including Outlook, Teams, and many more –
here's all you need to know.
How to Reduce PDF File Size Without Losing Quality
Here's a way to reduce the file size of PDFs on
your Mac without them dropping in quality too much.
Can I Have Different Passwords for YouTube and
Keeping services separate is possible, perhaps just
A Google account includes Gmail, YouTube, and much
more. If you want to keep those services separate, you'll need
separate Google accounts.
Update Your macOS to Big Sur 11.2 for These Bug
How to Calibrate a Controller in Windows 10
Windows 10: Guides, tips, tricks, and everything
you need to know about Microsoft’s OS
Bookmark this page for the latest news and tips on
Windows 10 PowerToys: A cheat sheet
Users are always searching for ways to make their
computing lives better--the Windows 10 PowerToys are made
specifically for this purpose.
Female escort review site data breach affects
Pale Moon 29 is out: first release of 2021
How to Enable or Disable Vertical Tabs in Microsoft
Chrome 88 update patches a zero-day that is being
Update Chrome ASAP -- the latest version fixes an
exploit attackers are already using to take over PCs.
Woman pleads guilty for using gov’t PC to steal
photos of 'snitches' in Iowa
The photos were shared in a group dedicated to
outing “law enforcement cooperators.”
Microsoft to Kill Off Skype for Business Online in
Microsoft is committed to its plan of killing off
Skype for Business Online, and in a notification published this
week, the company reminds customers that the clock is ticking on
the transition to Microsoft Teams.
iPhone 13 could get upgraded ultrawide camera to
boost low-light photography
An ultrawide camera lens upgrade could give the
iPhone 13 killer low-light photography
How Microsoft's Dictation Update Could Help With
What you say is what you get
A deadly E. coli outbreak is hitting the US, and
the source is unknown
Democrats take first stab at reforming Section 230
after Capitol riots
Negotiations have been flipped on their heads with
Dems in charge
How To Change Or Switch Your OneDrive Account In
Big updates coming to Zoom, Google Meet and Teams
No Wearable, No Problem: Google Brings Health
Tracking to Phone Cameras
Google says it’s tested the monitoring features in
clinical studies, and found they work in real-world conditions,
despite only relying on the smartphone's camera.
Facebook's (FB) Standoff with Apple (AAPL)
How to move taskbar top, bottom, left, right on
Yes, you can move the taskbar around to any side of
the screen, and here are two ways to do this on Windows 10.
The Top 6 Risks You Face When Using Facebook
From privacy concerns to predators, Facebook is
full of hidden dangers for unsuspecting users.
Why Password Managers are Safer than the
Password vaults really are your most secure
If you're not using a password manager, you're
likely compromising your security more than necessary. Here's why
using one is safer.
How to Quickly Vet Google Search Results for
Credibility and Security
3 Reasons Your MacBook Has a Faulty Trackpad
The mobile Microsoft Lens app can now read your
Handwriting recognition is coming first to Office
Lens (now Microsoft Lens) and later to the mobile Office app.
Google stripping Chromium of certain API access is
an opportunity for the browser to shine
Google is stripping Chromium of access to its APIs,
which will have a ripple effect across numerous browsers. Jack
Wallen thinks this is a chance for Chromium to step up and shine.
Latest macOS Big Sur also has SUDO root privilege
Write notes in a new tab and save them locally with
the TextNotes extension for Firefox
How to Change Color of Inactive Title Bar in
Amy Klobuchar is the first politician of the Biden
era to take on Big Tech regulations
The senator's new bill seeks to give more power and
resources to federal regulators.
Google Fit to measure heart and respiratory rates
using phone camera
The feature will initially be available to Pixel
Microsoft Authenticator Can Now Import Passwords
from Google Chrome
Microsoft Authenticator started as a regular
authenticator supposed to add a new layer of security to your
Microsoft accounts and eventually evolved to become a fully
featured password manager that so many people seem to love these
Android could copy the iPhone's best privacy
features — what you need to know
Android could copy Apple and start to care more
about user privacy
How the iCloud Password Extension Helps You (and
Apple's making itself cross-platform friendly
Breakthrough drug might cure COVID-19 in just five
Chrome 88 update includes important security fix
for zero-day vulnerability
Making it a more important update than most
How To Enable All Cores In Windows
Use Hotmail or Outlook? You might have to start
paying for it
Parler CEO Fired Over Content Moderation Push
It appears John Matze's push for content moderation
on the platform caused Parler's board to terminate his position,
even though he was close to restoring the social network.
TikTok users blown away by man's 'amazing' Spotify
hack: 'Your music should sound a lot better'
HOW TO USE ROBOCOPY MULTI-THREADED FEATURE TO SPEED
UP FILE COPY ON WINDOWS 10
When you have to copy a large number of files to
another drive, Robocopy can significantly speed the process with
its multi-threaded feature — here's how to use it.
Optional Windows 10 Update Fixes Bug Causing Apps
to Forget Passwords
The cumulative update resolves heaps of other
Dealing With Video Starts and Stops While Watching:
Two Common Causes and Three Possible Solutions
The things you need to look at and the things you
There are common causes, and sometimes simple
solutions, for a video that starts and stops as you watch it.
Don't Trust Phone Calls From 'Venmo' or Any Other
How to Use Google Assistant in Chrome on Android
Comcast suspends data caps for certain states, and
Data caps should go away during the pandemic,
Account takeover attacks spiked in 2020, Kaspersky
The surge gives further credence to the idea that
cybercrime is less about tech know-how and more about social
engineering, according to its fraud report.
New Fonix ransomware decryptor can recover victim's
files for free
Did Microsoft reveal Windows 10 21H1's release date
How to Enable Windows Sandbox Feature in Windows 10
Google taps your phone cameras to measure your
And your breathing rate, too.
SoloKeys Solo V2: Open source two-factor
authentication security keys
The Solo V2 brings improved NFC, water resistant,
updatable firmware, and a reversible USB connector.
Cortana Is Becoming a More Important Feature of
Cortana is no longer a first-class citizen of
Windows 10, but this doesn’t necessarily mean Microsoft wants to
kill off the digital assistant.
Apple may finally fix its flimsy iPhone charger
Patent filing shows that Apple is working on
Why Spotify Wants to Monitor Your Emotions
Suggesting songs based on your emotional state
Why does Apple have multiple official Facebook
pages if the social network is so awful?
Google is weighing an anti-tracking feature for
Android, following Apple’s lead
Google’s version may not be as severe as Apple’s
App Tracking Transparency
How To Uninstall Apps On Windows 10
Kim’s pick for private, secure, encrypted email
Report: Twitch Is 'Shadowbanning' VPN Users From
If you're using a VPN while watching a Twitch
stream, there's a good chance nobody is seeing your chat messages.
IBM quantum computers now finish some tasks in
hours, not months
How to view and delete site cookies on Microsoft
Microsoft Edge lets you manage cookies for sites
you visit, and in this guide, you'll learn the steps to view and
delete them all or individually.
4 Easy Ways to Import Passwords Into Chrome
Switching from another browser to Chrome? Easily
transfer your passwords with these methods.
Did My Bounced Message Get There?
All the Places Email Can Fail
When an email message comes back to you because of
a problem, exactly who did or did not get the message can be
Why Is 'Herd Immunity' Suddenly a Good Thing?
How to Speed Up Your Mac
Porsche Design Acer Book RS review: This stylish,
blazingly fast laptop lives up to its name
The detachable display and 360-degree hinge of the
original Porsche Design Book One are gone, now replaced by sheer
Zoom takes it up a notch with a slew of new
The latest additions include room monitoring
capabilities for the hybrid workforce era.
Microsoft fixes issue causing Windows 10 apps to
Sandboxie Plus is an open source fork of Sandboxie
with a modern interface
How to Enable or Disable Scheduled Task in Windows
Amazon will use AI-powered cameras to monitor
delivery vans and drivers
The cameras will constantly record drivers and flag
Coronavirus: How to clean and disinfect your tech
Microsoft Announces Another Major Skype Update with
Desktop and Mobile Goodies
Microsoft has just released Skype 8.68, and this
time the software giant has focused on improvements for both
desktop and mobile users.
Millions of Android devices threatened by botnet
malware — what to do
But there's an easy way to avoid infection
Why Facebook Needs Clearer Misinformation Rules
3.2B email and password pairs were just leaked in
the mother of all data breaches
Clearview’s facial recognition tech is illegal mass
surveillance, Canada privacy commissioners say
One commissioner said the software puts people
‘continually in a police lineup’
How To Check If Someone Else Is Using Your Social
6 smart things to do with your old computer
Nokia's Latest 6.5-Inch Android Phone Only Costs
The Nokia 1.4 offers budget specs hidden behind a
More exploitable flaws found in SolarWinds
software, says cybersecurity firm
6 Alternative Apps For Frustrated Robinhood Users
Are Deleted Emails Really Deleted? You Might Think
They're Deleted, But…
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