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Google Password audits all your passwords to reveal weak, reused or compromised passwords

Google Password, an online service that stores passwords of user accounts, may now audit all stored passwords to reveal weak, reused or compromised passwords to the account owner. The company announced the […]

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Quick overview of the 2019 Microsoft Surface event

Microsoft revealed seven new products on today's Surface event; five of which will come out this year, two next year. The coverage of the event is overwhelming and many sites post five, […]

File Commander is an open source file manager for Windows, Linux and macOS

File Commander is an open source file manager for Windows, Linux and macOS

We have seen some retro-like file managers in the past. Let's take a look at File Commander, another file management tool. Its interface may look familiar if you have used Total Commander […]

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TLS 1.0 and 1.1 deprecation: Chrome to display "your connection is not fully secure" warnings

Google announced today how the company's Google Chrome web browser will handle sites that use the security protocols TLS 1.0 or TLS 1.1 in the future. Major browser developers including Google, Mozilla, […]

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First look at OneDrive's Personal Vault feature

Microsoft revealed the new Personal Vault feature for its OneDrive storage solution in June 2019. The feature was made available to OneDrive users from Australia, New Zealand and Canada initially with the […]

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Microsoft announces yet another Windows 7 support extension (for SMBs)

Microsoft announced yesterday that the option to get extended support for the company's Windows 7 operating system will be available to businesses of all sizes. Support for the Windows 7 operating system […]

Flexxi is an open source batch image resizer for Windows

Flexxi is an open source batch image resizer for Windows

There are plenty of situations where you may need to resize an image or multiple images, e.g. when you want to share images online, create wallpapers that match the screen resolution, create […]

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How to clear and disable the YouTube Watch and Search history

The video streaming site YouTube keeps track of your activity on the site. If you are signed in to an account, it keeps a record of all videos that you watched, all […]

Ghacks Deals: The Complete .NET & C# Developer Certification Bundle (98% off)

The Complete .NET & C# Developer Certification Bundle is a big development bundle that includes ten different courses to learn and improve .NET and C#. The entire bundle is available for $31 […]

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Windows 10 version 1909: new and changed features

Microsoft has yet to reveal the release date for Windows 10 version 1909, a new feature update for Windows 10 that does not have many of the characteristics of a feature update. […]

FoxyTab is a highly customizable tab manager extension for Firefox

FoxyTab is a highly customizable tab manager extension for Firefox

There is no shortage of tab managers for Firefox but FoxyTab is one that goes all out for customization. It's a very user-friendly extensions that adds nifty little options that you may […]

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How to create a local account in Windows 10 1909 if the option is not available

Options to create an offline account or a Microsoft account are presented to administrators and users who set up a Windows 10 PC. Microsoft prioritizes the Microsoft account option heavily during first […]

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Report: Microsoft makes it difficult to create local accounts in Windows 10

Windows admins have options to create local or Microsoft Accounts when it comes to the operating system. The initial setup after installation pushes the Microsoft Account option but it was possible up […]

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Mozilla disables TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in Firefox Nightly in preparation of deprecation

Firefox maker Mozilla disabled support for the protocols TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 in recent versions of the Firefox Nightly web browser. Major browser makers such as Mozilla and Google announced in […]

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SimpleScreenRecorder is a user friendly video capturing app for Linux

Video recording tools can be complex for many users. Besides requiring users to configure plenty of options, they often make use of technical terms such as bitrate, fps, codecs, sample rate and […]

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Microsoft: Windows 10 version 1903 is ready for broad deployment

Windows 10 version 1903, the soon-to-be-replaced latest feature update version of Windows 10, has been declared "ready for broad deployment" by Microsoft. The news comes in form of  a new paragraph added […]

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Disable Windows 10 Game Bar tips and notifications

The Game Bar feature of the Windows 10 operating system has come a long way since first bits of the feature were introduced in earlier versions of the operating system. Game Bar, […]

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How to import tabs from Chrome to Firefox and vice versa

So, you have decided to switch from Chrome to Firefox, or maybe it's the other way around. The problem is you have a lot of tabs opened, and you can't abandon the […]