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KB4541335 for Windows 10 1903 and 1909 released

Microsoft released the optional non-security update KB4541335  for the company's operating systems Windows 10 version 1903 and version 1909 on March 24, 2020. The company announced earlier that it will pause the […]

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Microsoft is pausing optional Windows update releases

Microsoft announced yesterday that it plans to pause the release of optional Windows updates from May 2020 onward. The company releases so-called C and D releases in the third or fourth week […]

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Firefox Better Web with Scroll: experimental subscription-based service launches

Mozilla launched Firefox Better Web with Scroll today as an experimental service in the United States. Firefox Better Web with Scroll is a subscription-based service that aims to provide an ad-free environment […]

Ghacks Deals: NordPass Password Manager: 1-Yr Subscription (49% off)

NordPass Password Manager is a relatively new product by the makers and maintainers of NordVPN. The service is available for Windows, Mac and Linux,  as well as Android and iOS, and browser […]

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Firefox 76 gets optional HTTPS-only mode

Mozilla plans to introduce an optional HTTPS-only mode in Firefox 76 which only allows connections to HTTPS sites. Most Internet sites use HTTPS already to improve the security of connections. HTTPS encrypts […]

ScreenCloud is an open source image capturing tool that can optionally upload images to Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, Imgur

ScreenCloud is an open source image capturing tool that can optionally upload images to Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, Imgur

We have reveiwed many screen capturing tools at gHacks including Ksnip, Automatic Screenshotter, Auto Screen Capture, Ashampoo's Snap 11, or Martin's favorite program PicPick. Today, we take a look at a tool […]

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Critical font parsing issue in Windows revealed (fix inside)

Microsoft published an advisory yesterday concerning a recently detected font parsing issue that affects all supported versions of the company's Windows operating system (including Windows 7). The issue is rated critical, the […]

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TinyWall 3.0 for Windows introduces major changes

The developer of the third-party firewall for Windows TinyWall has just released version 3.0 of the application for all supported versions of Windows. TinyWall 3.0 is a major release and the first […]

Vov Music Player is a minimalistic music player for Windows

Vov Music Player is a minimalistic music player for Windows

Most music players have lots of options that you can use to customize the playback quality, interface, and other aspects of the player and playback. Players like AIMP, Musicbee or even classic […]

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Firefox will soon support hardware media controls

Mozilla enabled support for the Media Session API in Firefox 76 Nightly recently. The plan is to introduce the API in stable versions of the Firefox web browser soon. One of the […]

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Chromium's "Show Url" is the most useless thing I have ever seen in a browser

Every now and then, browser makers make decisions that seem in diametrical opposition to what user's want or expect from a browser. Granted, these companies have lots of Telemetry data that the […]

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Latest Debotnet release introduces cool new features

Mirinsoft released a new version of the company's Debotnet application to tweak Windows to the public yesterday.  We reviewed Debotnet in late 2019 when it was released initially and then again last […]

Download images easily with the Double-click Image Downloader extension for Chrome and Firefox

Download images easily with the Double-click Image Downloader extension for Chrome and Firefox

Occasionally you may run into some websites don't allow you to download images from their servers. It may be a precautionary measure to prevent others from re-using the pictures, or as part […]

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Mozilla re-enables TLS 1.0 and 1.1 because of Coronavirus (and Google)

Mozilla released Firefox 74.0 Stable to the public on March 10, 2020. The new version of Firefox came with a number of changes and improvements; among them the deprecation of the security […]

BowPad is an open source programmer-friendly text editor with a ribbon interface

BowPad is an open source programmer-friendly text editor with a ribbon interface

Looking for a text editor that has a ribbon interface? BowPad has a nice one, offers all the features you could possibly want, and is programmer-friendly. The program displays a sidebar on […]

Microsoft unveils DirectX 12 Ultimate

Microsoft's DirectX development team unveiled DirectX 12 Ultimate yesterday and praised it as the "best graphics technology" it ever introduced. The company announced DirectX 12 back in 2014. Microsoft's upcoming Xbox Series […]

Explorer Commander is a freeware file manager that supports quad or dual panes

Multitasking with Windows' File Explorer is quite annoying, especially when moving files across different drives or folders. A dual pane file manager makes this job much easier. But why stop at 2 […]

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Microsoft extends Windows 10 version 1709 support because of Coronavirus

Microsoft announced yesterday that support for the company's Windows 10 version 1709 operating system has been extended by six months so that it is supported until October 13, 2020. Enterprise, Education and […]