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How to add a hotkey for delayed screenshot capture in ShareX

How to add a hotkey for delayed screenshot capture in ShareX

Though I have reviewed many screenshot tools -- QuickSnip, HolzShots, or AutoScreenshot, my personal favorite has always been ShareX. I'm sure it's the same with some/most of you. Despite being a stellar […]

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Thunderbird 78.3.3 is out. Find out what is new

The Thunderbird email client development team has released a new version of the latest version of the desktop client for all supported operating systems. Thunderbird 78.3.3 is a minor bug fix release […]

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What is the best way to bulk delete or archive Gmail emails?

I'm using several work and home Gmail accounts, and manage them using Thunderbird for the most part. I started to use the Gmail application on my Pixel 3a device recently for a […]

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Get the price history of Steam games, active player stats and more with the Steamdb extension for Firefox and Chrome

If you are a PC gamer, you have probably bought games from Steam. The platform offers discounts for many titles from time to time. But how do you decide if a discount […]

Ghacks Deals: The Advanced Cyber Security Career Advancement Bundle (98% off)

The Advanced Cyber Security Career Advancement Bundle is a big eLearning bundle that focuses on Internet security and security certifications. The bundle includes the following courses: CISA Certification -- Gain expertise in […]

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Time to remove Nano Adblocker and Defender from your browsers (except Firefox)

When Nano Defender was launched in 2019, it quickly became a go-to extension to bypass anti-adblocking mechanisms on Internet sites. It used code from uBlock Origin, one of the most prominent content […]

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Vivaldi 3.4 lands with editable context menus, auto-reload, and Vivaldia

Vivaldi Technologies released an update version of its Vivaldi web browser for all supported platforms today. Vivaldi 3.4 introduces several new features and improvements, some of which highly requested by users of […]

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Macrium Reflect 7.3 backup software update introduces native task scheduler

If you are using the backup software Macrium Reflect, you may know that it relied solely on the Windows Task Scheduler for backup tasks. The new Macrium Reflect 7.3 update introduces support […]

Inbox Notifier displays a notification on your desktop when a new mail lands in your Gmail inbox

Inbox Notifier displays a notification on your desktop when a new mail lands in your Gmail inbox

Gmail is probably the most popular email service available today. Most users use the mobile app for managing emails on their smartphone, especially on Android devices. But now with everyone working from […]

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Microsoft begins Manifest v3 tests in Edge that impacts extensions like content blockers

Microsoft announced today that extension developers are now able to test the new extension manifest v3 in the company's Edge browser. When Google announced Manifest v3 for extensions back in January 2019, […]

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Farewell Yahoo Groups! Shutting down on December 15, 2020

Yahoo announced this week that it will shut down Yahoo Groups on December 15, 2020. Yahoo Group users are informed by Yahoo via email about the shutdown timeline. Dear Yahoo Group Moderators […]

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Google is changing Chrome's caching to prevent snooping and improve security

Google plans to introduce a change to caching in the company's Chrome web browser that is designed to improve user privacy and security. All web browsers use a cache by default to […]

Restore windows to their saved size and position with using Window Resizer

Restore windows to their saved size and position with using Window Resizer

There are many ways to reposition the windows of programs that you use. Of course, the most popular way is placing the windows manually with a click and drag, and by using […]

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Windows 10 may soon notify you about new startup apps

Microsoft is testing a new feature in Insider Builds of its Windows 10 operating system right now that notifies the user when a new startup application is recognized by the system. When […]

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Microsoft Windows Security Updates October 2020 overview

It is the second Tuesday of October 2020 and that means that it is Microsoft Patch Day. Microsoft released security updates for all supported versions of the company's Windows operating system as […]

Ghacks Deals: The Super Software Engineer Bundle (98% off)

The Super Software Engineer Bundle covers a wide range of topics that are of interest to software engineers. It includes video content on Internet of Things, Angular, Java, MongoDB, Python, artificial intelligence […]

Yale is a freeware tool that displays your CPU, memory, disk and network usage in a compact widget

Yale is a freeware tool that displays your CPU, memory, disk and network usage in a compact widget

System monitors are handy programs if you want to know if your computer is using a lot of memory, CPU or other resources.  The Windows Task Manager serves the purpose rather well, […]

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Firefox 81.0.2 will be released today fixing a network error on Twitter

Mozilla will release a new stable version of its Firefox web browser on October 13, 2020. Firefox 81.0.2 is a minor browser update that fixes a connectivity issue on Twitter that exists […]