The FBI has been warning the public about the router-based malware VPNFilter. This is what you need to know about VPNFilter and how to protect yourself.
If you’re starting out with cooking, you might be searching for help online. Here are some of the best cooking websites for you to get the help you need.
The recent update for Windows 10 allows you to check which apps are using your GPU and how much each one is using. Here’s how to find your GPU usage in Windows.
Facebook has seen a lot of attacks in the past, but the recent malware, referred to as “Nigelthorn,” is particularly nasty for Chrome users.
If your Internet is metered, you’ll want to keep an eye on it so you don’t go over your limit. Here’s how to monitor and control data usage in Windows 10.
If you use 3D applications or games, you may have come across “Vsync” settings. So what is Vsync and what does it do? Let’s find out here.
With 4G holding such a predominant spot in our daily lives, it’s only natural that people look forward to when 5G will come out.
There is an old piece of computer advice that states you should not keep a laptop plugged in to the mains constantly for long periods of time. Does this advice still hold up?
You may have seen a “Data roaming” setting in your phone, but what is data roaming, and why would you enable it if it could incur significant charges?
In Minecraft you can easily change how the character looks in the game with a PNG file. This method of customization, however, has recently come under attack by a MInecraft malware that is buried within the PNG files themselves.
There’s been a development in WebAuthn that may make logging onto websites much easier. This new standard may even take over passwords entirely!
Thanks to mobile apps, crosswords are far easier to get into than ever before. Here’s the best Android crossword apps for dictionary-lovers everywhere.
When buying headphones, there’s one specification that’s not immediately obvious: open-back vs. closed-back headphones. Both have their advantages and disadvantages and should be considered when purchasing a pair of headphones.
Both power cuts and power surges may have a devastating effect on your PC. If you are in a place that is prone to power cut/surge, this is what you need to know to protect your PC.
These days people use PCs, laptops, and tablets for somewhat similar activities. But how much power does each unit use, and which one goes the lightest on your energy bill?
The Google Sheets Explore feature can provide a lot of information based on your data and even updates itself depending on the data you have selected. Learn how you can make good use of it.
Your router will probably come with “Access Point” and “Repeater” modes. These are both very useful features of modern-day routers. The only questions are what does each one do, and when are they used?
Sometimes you just want to play a video on the side while you do other things. Media Player Classic makes it easy for you to do so.
While it is easy to install an antivirus program in Windows, it is relatively difficult to remove it from your system. This article will show how to uninstall antivirus programs in Windows.
What if malware apps can skirt around the Play Store’s virus detection system? This is the case of the malware called “Andr/HiddnAd-AJ,” which managed to sneak its way onto the app store and infect 500,000 devices before it was caught.
Idle games are designed to be played in short bursts and then left alone as they progress by themselves. Check out our top picks of idle games for Android.
Preserving battery life is key for making sure your mobile phone actually stays “mobile.” Here’s a way to check which apps are draining the battery most, allowing you to reclaim your Android battery’s longevity once again.
Have you noticed that Windows puts a little icon in the system tray informing you that you can “safely remove” the USB drive? What does it mean to “safely remove” a USB drive? And do we need to do it with all USB devices?
Recently, we’ve seen a spike in an interesting method of spreading malware – by not using files at all! Here is what you need to know about fileless malware and how to protect yourself.
Recently there’s been a nasty spike of malware found in a large number of low-cost Android phones. This Triada malware is installed during the manufacturing process of the phone, and you can’t just uninstall it.
If you are tired of typing out the same content over and over again in Microsoft Word, try using the “quick parts” and “building blocks” features of Word to help you out.
The official YouTube app for Android doesn’t allow you to play YouTube videos in the background. An easy way to get around this is to use mobile browsers. We’ll show you how with Firefox and Chrome!
With the number of cryptojacking cases on the rise, how do you check to see if your browser comes with cryptojacking protection, and is it secure enough to stop a cryptojacking attack? Let’s find out.
With so many different vendors selling computers these days, it can be hard to find the absolute best deal for your money. Here are some computer price comparison websites to make your life a little easier.
Malware developers are now able to fool the system and sneak malicious code into the Android Play Store that can dodge security checks. Find out how you can identify a fake Android app that’s trying to impersonate a real one.
There are plenty of health-related apps which are focused on getting, and keeping, you healthy. Let’s take a look at some examples of Android apps and how they can help you trim down.
One of the new features in Windows 10 is the “My People” feature which was implemented in the Fall update. It’s a useful tool that gives you easier access to your favorite contacts. Let’s take a look at this new feature and see what can be done with it.
Occasionally, your PC’s screen goes totally black and after a while turns back on again. A small notification bubble will inform you that the display driver has stopped responding and had recovered. So what just happened, and how do you fix it?
If you’re a regular visitor to a specific website, it can be useful to keep the websites you like on your Android home screen. Here we’ll show you how to do so in Chrome for Android.
Cryptojacking started off as something simple, but now it has spread to Facebook. The latest victim to be affected is Google Ads. Find out how cryptojacking in Google Ads works and how it affects you.
When you’re writing a paper, it can be frustrating to get your citations sorted. Google Docs allows you to do your research and citing all within the document itself!
If you’re an avid Google Docs user, this article shows how you can share documents and send Google Docs via email.
If you’re organizing a large amount of data, sometimes you need more than just a table and need your data to answer important questions you may have about it. This is where a pivot table in Excel comes into play.
If you’re trying to squeeze as much usage out of your mobile data plan as possible, here are some apps to make finding data-munchers much easier.
The Windows 10 Fall Creator’s Update brought in some new features for Cortana. Check out the new “Talk to Cortana” feature and see if it encourages you to try voice commands in Windows 10.
More and more people are going online to look for their soulmates, and this is where “catfishing” scams come in. Learn how catfishing works and how to protect yourself from it.
You know the basic password rule: it has to be strong to be secure. If you want a quick and easy way to make a strong password, here are some of the best resources to generate passwords online.
Digmine is a new cryptojacking attack vector that uses a combination of Facebook Messenger and Chrome to infect users. Learn how it works and how you can block it.
Did you know that the gestures you use on the touchpad of your laptop can be changed and customized? This article will show how to bring a bit more personality into Windows 10.
The thing about a digital map is that it requires an Internet connection to be accessible, which is not always possible when you travel. Learn how you can use Bing Maps offline in Windows 10.
While Google moved their custom templates to their GSuite service, you can still create your own templates in Google Docs. If you are using the same document layout over and over again, here’s how you can create your own custom Google Docs template.
The “Troubleshooter” malware scam creates convincing-looking blue screens to trick and panic users to pay up. Here is how you can fix the Troubleshooter malware without spending any money.
It can be confusing why people choose to share PDF files with others instead of the editable .DOCX format. Here are some of the benefits and drawbacks of using the PDF format.
An Embedded SIM (eSIM) is a SIM card embedded within the device itself. It cannot be switched out but still allows you to switch to different networks when necessary.
If you’re looking for a Google Docs alternative, Dropbox Paper is the new kid on the block. Here is what you need to know about Dropbox Paper and its uses.