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How to enable the search widget in Windows 11 Insider Preview Builds for testing

Microsoft introduced a search bar on the desktop in Build 25120 that was released yesterday to the Dev Channel in the Insider Preview Program. The feature is being tested on a limited […]

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25120 introduces a search bar on the desktop

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25120 introduces a search bar on the desktop

Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25120 to users in the Dev Channel. It introduces a search bar on the desktop What's new in Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25120 […]

Google forces Total Commander developer to remove the ability to install APKs on Android devices

Google forces Total Commander developer to remove the ability to install APKs on Android devices

Total Commander for Android no longer allows you to install APKs that you downloaded. The popular file manager boasts a cult following among the PC and Android users. Total Commander for Android […]

Skiff Mail is a new end-to-end encrypted email service, but should you use it

Skiff Mail is a new end-to-end encrypted email service, but should you use it?

Skiff Mail has been launched to the public, it is a new end-to-end encrypted email service provider. The company says that it focuses on protecting the privacy of its users. The service […]

Apple's new rule allows app subscriptions to be auto-renewed at higher prices without informing the user

Apple's new rule allows app subscriptions to be auto-renewed at higher prices without informing the user

Apple's new App Store rule may not be welcome amongst users. The company has decided to allow app subscriptions to be auto-renewed without requesting the user's permission. There are many apps that […]

1.5 million apps on Google and Apple's app stores may be removed for not being updated in 2 years

1.5 million apps on Google and Apple's app stores may be removed for not being updated in 2 years

A few weeks ago, Apple began warning developers that they would be removing apps that haven't been updated in a long time, from the App Store. The Cupertino company is not alone […]

Microsoft Secure Network is now available as a limited preview in Edge Canary

Microsoft Secure Network is now available as a limited preview in Edge Canary

We reported about Microsoft Secure Network a few weeks ago, when it was spotted on the company's support website. The free VPN has officially entered a limited access preview in Edge Canary. […]

We take a closer look at Suggested Actions in Windows 11

We take a closer look at Suggested Actions in Windows 11, and show you how to disable it

Microsoft released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25115 to the Dev Channel. It introduced a new feature called Suggested Actions. Microsoft showcased it with two screenshots. We take a closer look at […]

Microsoft releases a new Sound Recorder app for Windows 11 Insiders

Microsoft releases a new Sound Recorder app for Windows 11 Insiders

Microsoft has announced a new Sound Recorder app for users in the Dev Channel of the Windows 11 Insider Preview Program. It replaces the Voice Recorder app, and brings a revamped design […]

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Nothing Launcher beta is now available for devices on Android 11 or above

A couple of weeks ago, Nothing, the company founded by Carl Pei, released a new launcher app to tease a preview of Nothing OS. While it was intially limited to the Samsung […]

EU will enforce the Digital Markets Act in Spring 2023 and it could allow iOS users to install apps from third-party sources

EU will enforce the Digital Markets Act in Spring 2023 and it could allow iOS users to install apps from third-party sources

The European Union will enforce the Digital Markets Act (DMA) in 2023, and this could have a huge impact on Big Tech companies such as Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and Meta (Facebook). […]

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22616 released

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22616 brings a Controller bar and restores the option to rearrange icons in the System Tray

Microsoft has rolled out Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22616 to the Dev and Beta Channels. The latest build ships with a new way to launch games quickly, and fixes an annoying […]

Firefox 101 Beta brings back the download prompt allowing users to choose whether to open or save files

Firefox 101 Beta brings back the download prompt allowing users to choose whether to open or save files

Mozilla changed the download behavior of Firefox when it released version 97 of the browser, by skipping the prompt that allowed users to choose whether to Open a file, save it, or […]

Google will discontinue its YouTube Go app in August

Google will discontinue its YouTube Go app in August

Google has announced that it is discontinuing its YouTube Go app in August 2022. The search giant is recommending users to install the main YouTube app, or access the streaming service using […]

Mozilla says that mental health and prayer apps have serious privacy issues

Mozilla says that some mental health and prayer apps have serious privacy issues

Mozilla has released a report after analyzing various mental health apps and prayer apps. The results aren't nice, these apps are spying on users and selling personal data to third parties. The […]

Telegram Premium subscription is reportedly in the works

Telegram Premium subscription is reportedly in the works; could offer more stickers and reactions

Telegram Messenger is working on a paid subscription called Telegram Premium. Rumors suggest that it will offer some exclusive stickers and reactions that subscribers may use. The service boasts over 500 million […]

Apple explains its App Store removal rules, will give developers 90 days to update their apps

Apple explains its App Store removal rules, will give developers 90 days to update their apps

A week ago, there was an uproar among the iOS and macOS app developer community, when some of them had received a notice from Apple stating their app would be removed from […]

Firefox for Android now has a toggle for HTTPS-Only mode

Firefox for Android now has a toggle for HTTPS-Only mode

Mozilla has released Firefox 100.1.1 out of beta. It adds a new setting that allows users to enable HTTPS-Only mode. The option was first introduced in Firefox Nightly a few weeks ago, […]

How to transfer your games from Bethesda Launcher to Steam

Bethesda Launcher is being shuttered, and here's how to transfer your games to Steam for free

Bethesda Softworks is sunsetting its game launcher. Don't worry, you aren't going to lose the games that you paid for. Bethesda is allowing players to transfer the games they own on its […]

ProtonMail will not delete user accounts for inactivity if the user had paid for a subscription

ProtonMail will not delete user accounts for inactivity if the user had paid for a subscription at any point

Earlier this month, ProtonMail announced a new email domain for its services. The announcement mentioned something important, it said that free user accounts that were inactive for 12 months would be deactivated. […]

Bitwarden Password Manager can now generate unique usernames

Bitwarden Password Manager can now generate unique usernames

While many people use password managers for the convenience of remembering a single login, the master password, the primary advantage that such programs offer, is that they provide an easy way to […]

Apple warns developers that it will removed outdated apps from its App Store

Apple warns developers that it will removed outdated apps from its App Store

Apple has sent out emails to app developers, who haven't updated their apps for a long time. The Cupertino-based company has informed them that it will remove outdated apps from the App […]

Opera 86 brings URL categories in Address Bar, Text Snapshot and Crop Tool

Opera 86 brings URL categories in Address Bar, Text Snapshot and Crop Tool

Opera browser has been updated to version 86 in the stable channel. The patch brings a refined address bar, and a couple of useful additions to the application's built-in screen capture utility. […]

DuckDuckGo for Mac

Here's a quick tour of DuckDuckGo for Mac

DuckDuckGo browser for Mac was released in beta about a week ago. I got an invite after opting into the waitlist, and tested the browser. Here are my first impressions of the […]

Sony releases Firmware Updater for Windows to allow users to update the DualSense wireless controller without a PS5

Sony releases Firmware Updater for Windows to allow users to update the DualSense wireless controller without a PS5

Many people use a controller to play games on their computer. A gamepad can provide better controls for movement or combat in games like Elden Ring, and tighter driving/steering in racing games […]

Telegram adds support for custom notification sounds, mute duration, new animated emoji

Telegram adds support for custom notification sounds, mute duration, new animated emoji

Telegram has updated its apps with improvements for notifications, auto-delete, emojis and more. Here's a brief overview of the new features, and how to use them. Custom Notification Sounds for chats When […]

Microsoft is planning to allow ads in free-to-play Xbox games

Microsoft is planning to allow ads in free-to-play Xbox games

Microsoft is reportedly working on a way to show ads in free-to-play Xbox games. A report reveals that the tech giant is working with adtech companies to build an ad network for […]

WhatsApp to increase attachment size to 2GB, add emoji reactions, larger group calls

WhatsApp to increase attachment size to 2GB, add emoji reactions, larger group calls, and more

WhatsApp Messenger has laid down plans for some changes coming to its apps. The Facebook-owned service is also set to introduce a new feature called Communities, to help organizations, schools, local clubs, […]

Proton Calendar for Android launched

Proton Calendar app for Android is now available for all users

Proton AG has rolled out Proton Calendar for Android for all users. A beta test version of the app was launched last year, with the same end-to-end encryption system used in Protonmail. […]

Windows Spotlight in Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22598

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22598 released for Dev and Beta Channels

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22598 has been released to the Dev and Beta Channels. It adds some new features to the Media Player app, Windows Spotlight, and fixes a number of […]

DuckDuckGo browser for Mac

DuckDuckGo browser for Mac is now available in beta (via waitlist)

DuckDuckGo browser for Mac has been released in beta. The search provider had revealed its plans to release a desktop browser in December 2021. DuckDuckGo for Mac - an overview It comes […]

Protonmail users can activate a free Proton.me email address until April 30th

Protonmail users can activate a free Proton.me email address until April 30th

Proton AG has launched a new email domain called Proton.me. Users who have a Protonmail.com address can activate a free Proton.me ID with the same username, for a limited time. This isn't […]

Hackers distributed a modified version VLC to launch a malware attack

Symantec says that hackers distributed a modified version of VLC and exploited it for malware attacks

Last week, news began circling around that VLC was being abused by hackers to inject some malware. The issue came to light after Symantec published a report on its Security Threat Intelligence […]

Microsoft Edge 100 improves the resources saved by Sleeping Tabs

Microsoft Edge 100 improves Sleeping Tabs ability to save more resources, and allows you to monitor its performance

Microsoft Edge 100 was released a few days ago, and is essentially a security update. The Redmond company has highlighted that the latest version improves the browser's performance with a more optimized […]

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22593 brings Home page for File Explorer

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22593 brings Home page for File Explorer, new shortcuts for Snap Layouts

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22593 is now available for users in the Dev Channel. It brings some features that were announced in the recent Windows 11 event, along with various bug […]

Waterfox G4.1.0 update sets Startpage as the default search engine for Private Tabs

Waterfox G4.1.0 update reduces requirement to SSE 4.1, sets Startpage as the default search engine for Private Tabs

Waterfox has been updated to version G4.1.0 which introduces a new feature called Tab Unloading. It also fixes some bugs and adds a couple of new options. Waterfox G4 is compatible with […]

AMD GPU drivers are overclocking CPUs on their own

AMD GPU drivers are overclocking CPUs on their own

AMD seems to be having a rough year, a month ago it acknowledged that its Ryzen processors were causing Windows 11 systems to stutter. While users are waiting for a fix for […]

Microsoft unveils Tabs in File Explorer

Microsoft unveils new features for Windows 11 including Tabs in File Explorer, Folders in Start Menu, Do Not Disturb and more

Microsoft announced some important features during its Windows 11 event. Here is a breakdown of what you can expect in the near future. Tabs in File Explorer are official Tabs in File […]

Microsoft's roadmap confirms that Teams will soon be supported in Firefox

Microsoft's roadmap confirms that Teams will soon be supported in Firefox

Microsoft has updated its roadmap for Teams to confirm that Teams support for Firefox is in the works, it's about time. Many people view Teams as the successor to Skype, not just […]

Microsoft To Do app for Windows adds support for Smart due date and reminder recognition

Microsoft To Do app for Windows adds support for Smart due date and reminder recognition

To do lists are a great way to get things done, Windows 10 and 11 come with an app to help you with this, Microsoft To Do. The latest version of the […]